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Amazing Views, Food & Location from the Hyatt at Capitol Park

Hyatt at Capitol Park Sacramento
I firmly believe in taking a night away from the kids every once in a while to recharge your batteries and reconnect with your spouse. My husband and I got to do just that when we were invited to stay at the Hyatt at Capitol Park, in Sacramento.  If you are local and looking for a place to relax and take in the scenery, I highly recommend venturing to the Hyatt at Capitol Park. Perhaps you are paying Northern California a visit, then there is a lot to do and see right in this area!  The Hyatt is in an awesome location, and within walking distance of the State Capitol, theatre, comedy clubs, shopping, and so much great food and history!
California State Capitol View from the Hyatt at Capitol Park
As for the rooms, you cannot beat the view! Looking out our bedroom window was the beautiful capitol building and lush trees surrounding it. Watching the sunset behind the capitol building was just breathtaking.
Hyatt at Capitol Park Sacramento Hotel Room
As for the accommodations, we are talking very clean and relaxing. For me, I like a big bed so the bed size wasn’t ideal, but they were quite comfortable, as were the sheets and pillows! I am very picky about those things and the Hyatt exceeded my expectations. We loved the large flat screen television for movie watching when we turned in for the night. The fresh fruit and Evian water that was left in our room was just gravy.

For breakfast, my husband and I had the opportunity to meet with executive chef Jason Poole, of Vines cafe inside the Hyatt. He was very charming and down to earth, and very talented of course. We had a great visit while learning about the menus, as well as getting a peek at his own private garden. The Hyatt is very interested in serving up the freshest of foods, even if it means they need to grow it themselves. I find this very impressive! Something that piqued my interest is that the Hyatt has something called “For Kids By Kids”. They have young chef, Haile Thomas, who inspires kids to eat right by creating healthy dishes that taste good! Kids can also choose from the three-course seasonal, organic menu created by renowned chef Alice Waters. Even though we traveled without our kids this time, we looked over the kids’ menu and I was very impressed at what I found. Healthy options that really did sound appealing to children! That’s my kind of dining!
California State Capitol
Even though there really is a lot of comfort and tasty food to enjoy in the hotel, I recommend taking a walk. Go ahead and walk around the capitol building when it’s just starting to get dark. It is gorgeous when it is lit up! My husband and I especially had a lot of fun and laughter when we discovered some quite funny statues behind the Hyatt. I will spare you our goofy pictures, but we had a great time. You can also catch a flick at the IMAX theater that is directly behind the hotel. So much to do and too little time. I suppose that means we will have to sneak away again sometime!

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  • Ohh, this sounds AWESOME. I am considering the Hyatt for BlogHer14 in San Jose, but now I am considering a little getaway for the hubs and I too 🙂

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