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Sheraton Grand Sacramento 
1230 J Street 
Sacramento, CA 95814 

The Sheraton Grand Sacramento is located at 1230 J Street (13th and J Street) in Sacramento, California. Experience a welcome unlike any other in Sacramento and take advantage of a beautifully restored historic building in the ideal location. 

$175.00 single or double occupancy, plus taxes. The deadline to reserve a room is Friday, July 20. You may try to get a room outside of the room block by calling 1-916-447-1700 or clicking this link.  

Travel and Parking

900 13th St. Garage
$6/hour (900 13th St.)
$34/daily (900 13th St.)

Hotel Parking
$30/daily valet (Pull up outside of hotel on J St.)

Driving from the San Francisco Bay Area

  • Take I-80 East.
  • Take the I-5 North Exit towards Redding
  • Take the J Street exit
  • The Sheraton Grand will be on the right after about ¼ mile. 

Transportation to/from the Airport
The easiest way to get to the Hotel from the Sacramento International Airport is via Lyft or Uber. Drive time is about 20 minutes depending on traffic.  

If you are getting to Sacramento by Amtrak the station is 0.7 miles from the venue so if walking this distance is too far we encourage you to:

  • Take a taxi, Uber or Lyft.
  • Bring a Bike:  You can bring a bike on the Capitol Corridor Amtrak trains and ride directly down J St. to the Sheraton Grand. 

Sacramento Regional Transit
LightRail and bus service are good ways to get to and from Sacramento from outlying cities such as Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Fair Oaks, Carmichael, North Highlands and Natomas. The closest station to the Sheraton Grand is at 10th and K. For more information on routes and schedules visit:

The YoloBus offers service to downtown Sacramento from West Sacramento, Davis, Woodland, Winters and Vacaville. Routes and schedules can be found here:

Looking for Things to do in Sacramento?

With its thriving cultural scene, striking architecture and lush vegetation, this often overlooked California city — the photogenic backdrop of  the movie “Lady Bird” — has much to offer the weekend visitor. Check this article by the New York Times 36 Hours in Sacramento.