Area Attractions

Our Rancho Cordova hotel gives you a convenient location near everything the Rancho Cordova/Sacramento area has to offer. Attend an event at the nearby Cal Expo, Golden 1 Center or Mather Sports Complex, and enjoy some family time at the Sac State Aquatic Center, Sacramento Children’s Museum, Fairytale Land, Sacramento Zoo and Folsom Zoo, all no more than 20 minutes from our hotel.

Hyatt Place Sacramento/Rancho Cordova

10744 Gold Center Drive
Rancho Cordova, California, United States, 95670



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Local Attractions

Rancho Murieta Equestrian Center

California’s premier equestrian & event facility. As the largest equestrian facility in California, Murieta Equestrian Center is home to five indoor arenas, 12 outdoor arenas, two cutting arenas and cattle facilities.

Sacramento State - California State University, Sacramento

Public university in Sacramento, California. Iit is the eleventh oldest school in the 23-campus California State University system. The university enrolls approximately 31,130 students annually, has an alumni base of more than 240,000[6] and awards 7,000 degrees annually. Home to Sacramento State Hornet athletics.

Mather Sports Complex

Mather Sports Center is an impressive facility that provides athletes of all abilities with a fun and safe place to grow and compete. Complete with turf and grass fields, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, Mather is a central location for athletic league play, events and tournaments throughout the year.


Sacramento State Aquatic Center

We are located on beautiful Lake Natoma and are a National Boating Instruction Safety Center where we offer classes, camps, facility reservations, team building, youth groups and equipment rentals. We are open to the general public.

Cal Expo

Cal Expo is home to the California State Fair and plays host to hundreds of other signature events each year. Featuring 350 beautifully landscaped acres, Cal Expo facilities were dedicated as a place to celebrate California’s achievements, agriculture, diversity of its people, traditions and trends that will shape the Golden State’s future.

Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park

In 1839 a Swiss immigrant named John Sutter received a land grant in the Sacramento Valley from the Mexican government. He used the land to create a flourishing agricultural empire and named it New Helvetia (New Switzerland.) This empire established Sacramento's earliest settlement and the first non-Indian settlement in California's Central Valley.

American River Parkway

The American River Parkway is the Sacramento Region’s greatest recreational asset. The Parkway includes the Lower American River, over thirty miles of meandering equestrian/hiking trails, and one of the country’s best Class I bike paths.

Family Attractions

Sacramento Children’s Museum

The Sacramento Children’s Museum (SCM) is designed for children to "learn-by-doing!" Encourages families to explore, create and inspire. SCM includes hands-on exhibit areas featuring art, water, airways and raceways, a giant Lite Brite and fun activities.

Folsom Zoo

The Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary is a zoo and animal sanctuary located in the city of Folsom, California, which has been open since 1963. The facility differs from traditional zoos and is more like a sanctuary in the way the animals are acquired and the care they receive.


DOCO – Downtown Commons

Downtown Commons is a two-level outdoor mixed-use entertainment and shopping complex located along the alignment of K Street in downtown Sacramento, California, near the State Capitol building. DOCO is where the locals hang out and visitors from around the globe experience this region at its finest.

Arden Fair Mall

Arden Fair Mall is a two-level regional shopping mall located on Arden Way in Sacramento, California. It consists of over 165 tenants, encompassing over 1,100,000 square feet of retail space. It is anchored by JCPenney, Macy's, Nordstrom and Sears.