Built in 1926 as one of Sacramento’s earliest high rises, this one-time insurance building has been reborn as the Citizen Hotel. An extensive renovation gave the building a second life as a stylish 198 room boutique hotel, part of the Joie de Vivre chain. With handsome dark woods and clever political cartoons hanging from the walls, the Citizen gives a savvy nod to its distinguished location just a quick stroll from the cupola topped State Capitol, and there’s even a lending library with politically themed films. The hotel is also home to Grange, where outstanding dishes focusing on ultra-fresh and seasonal local ingredients are prepared.
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