Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento Reopens Following Emergency Renovations

Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento
The 7th Street Standard

SACRAMENTO, California—Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento and Presidio Companies announced the re-opening of Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento, a lifestyle hotel located adjacent to the Golden 1 Center. The hotel had briefly closed to repair damage caused by a water main break on the roof. Damage was limited to guestroom corridors and back-of-the-house areas. The remainder of the hotel sustained little to no damage. The 7th Street Standard lobby-level restaurant remained open during the renovation. All associates were retained.

Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento is owned by Presidio Companies and managed by Evolution Hospitality, the lifestyle operating division of Aimbridge Hospitality.

Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento has 172 guestrooms and suites, and 2,000 square feet of meeting space. The original hotel’s history dates back to 1911 when it opened as the five-story Hotel Clayton. In 1939, it became Hotel Marshall. The property was home to the Clayton Club. Now standing eleven stories high, the Hyatt Centric has Marshall amps stacked behind the front desk and hand-painted murals of musicians.

The Clayton Club rooftop lounge pays homage to the original club. Chef Ravin Patel helms the kitchen at the Clayton Club and leads The 7th Street Standard, which has a bar and dining room that stayed open during the hotel’s renovations.

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