Hotels in Rancho Cordova

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What you should know about Rancho Cordova

Just east of Sacramento, California lies the colorful neighborhood of Rancho Cordova. The American River running through the area offers inspiring scenery and is perfect for watersports. The riverbanks provide the ideal location for cycling or just strolling. As well as the sporting activities available in the neighborhood, Rancho Cordova is home to cultural and historic sites. The range of Rancho Cordova hotel rates on offer makes this an attractive destination for all budgets and, with such a variety of things do, no one can get bored here.

Hotels in Rancho Cordova

Hotels in Rancho Cordova cover the mid segment of the market and are often well-located along US-50. There is plenty to choose from across most price ranges. With spacious rooms for all types of travelers, the top-rated Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova boasts a swimming pool and terrace for relaxation, as well as facilities for business travelers. In an equally fantastic location, the Hyatt Hotel is a luxury hotel in Rancho Cordova that sits just a few miles from the Aquatic Center and Mather Golf Course and Sports Center. The modern rooms with separate sitting areas make this another great choice for vacations and business trips.

Things to see in Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova is best enjoyed from the American River—at the Aquatic Center and various points along the American River Parkway there are watersports on offer that all the family can enjoy, whether you want to try your hand at kayaking, rafting, or swimming. And, if you don’t like the water, miles of bike trails line the river, offering great tracks for both serious and amateur cyclists. For those looking for something a little more tranquil, salmon-fishing and bird-watching are just two relaxing activities popular with locals and visitors alike. Just as relaxing are the many wineries and breweries in the area, while the historic districts of Placerville and Old Sacramento give a fun glimpse into the past. And, if you’re after a bit of culture, the California State Railroad Museum is a great trip for the whole family, and the Crocker Museum, established in 1885, displays artworks from around the world.

Good for outdoor activities

If sports and outdoor activities are what you’re after, Rancho Cordova is definitely the neighborhood for you. The neighborhood’s climbing walls and dirt tracks provide hours of entertainment, while those wanting to make a splash have easy access to the facilities along the American River Parkway. Rancho Cordova is also a great destination for families. Children’s play centers, a children’s museum, an aquatic center, and lots of other family-friendly activities make the neighborhood fun for all the family. Plus, cheap Rancho Cordova hotels make it an affordable vacation spot, even for those on a budget.

How to get to Rancho Cordova

With Route 50 running from Sacramento right through the center of the neighborhood, driving is the easiest way to travel to Rancho Cordova. The drive north from San Francisco to the neighborhood is a simple route along Interstate-80. Those on a budget can get here by bus from across California and other states, while Sacramento International Airport is the perfect choice for getting to Rancho Cordova on flights from across the US. Hail a cab from the airport and you’ll reach your Rancho Cordova hotel in around 30 minutes. Once here, traveling around the neighborhood is easy on city buses and the light rail system.