Multi-Million Dollar Renovation Underway for Sacramento's the Citizen Hotel, Autograph Collection

The Iconic Downtown Property Will Unveil 196 Elegantly Redesigned Guestrooms and Suites and Newly Appointed Meeting Space in Summer 2022

USA, Sacramento, California. April 14, 2022

A multi-million-dollar renovation in underway on The Citizen Hotel, Autograph Collection, a luxury urban hotel property located in downtown Sacramento's historic 1926 Cal-West Insurance Building, on the corner of 10th and J Streets. The project is slated for completion in early summer 2022 and includes a revamp of each of the property's 196 guestrooms and suites, as well as its 9,900 square feet of meetings and events space. Five floors of newly redesigned guestrooms are complete and available immediately for reservation.

The new look and feel, imagined by Los Angeles-based Indidesign, will create a seamless juxtaposition between the building's storied 1920's history and the area's sophisticated modern persona - a buzzing intersection of politics, culture, commerce and entertainment. The finished project will incorporate the modern amenities that create a seamless working experience for business travelers, while featuring the stylish and distinctive design elements that have become the property's hallmark for leisure travelers looking to enjoy the energy of Sacramento's lively metropolitan entertainment district. Enhancements will include newly reconfigured meeting spaces which host upscale social events, conferences, and small board meetings. Guestroom upgrades will include new textiles and wallcoverings, stylish, high-end furnishings and upgraded bathrooms, all while maintaining the integrity of the original historic architecture.

Purchased by Miami-based investment firm, Cambridge Landmark in 2019, The Citizen Hotel, a property built on Sacramento's rich legacy as a capitol city, features an enviable location between DOCO, Sacramento's outdoor mixed-use entertainment and shopping complex, Golden 1 Center, and the city's recently renovated Convention Center. A hotspot for locals as well as travelers, the luxury property offers a host of attractive amenities including Grange Restaurant & Bar, a stylish upscale eatery recognized by the acclaimed MICHELIN restaurant guide and recent recipient of a MICHELIN plate award. The hotel is a member of the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program, meaning guests of the hotel can earn points and redeem rewards towards perks including complimentary upgrades, welcome amenities, and free nights.

The Citizen Hotel, Autograph Collection is located at 926 J St, Sacramento. For more information, visit www.thecitizenhotel.com or call (916) 447-2700. Or follow the property on Facebook or Instagram.


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