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Sacramento Location Guide

Attending an upcoming Success Seminar in Sacramento?

Here is everything you need to know:

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1000 Front Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Welcome aboard an authentic paddlewheel riverboat, revived to its former glory and moored along the Old Sacramento Waterfront. Originally built in 1927, The Delta King has been restored and converted into a boutique hotel with one-of-a-kind facilities for riverfront dining, nightlife, conference facilities, and a beautiful riverside wedding venue.


The Delta King’s Mark Twain Theater offers an ideal setting for our seminar. Located on the bottom floor and accessible by both stairs and elevator. 


Be sure to check out the Delta King's Pilot House Restaurant or the Delta Bar & Grill for your lunch or refreshment needs.

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Two hour metered street parking is available throughout Old Sacramento Waterfront 7-days a week from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. 


Surface lot parking is available at Front & L Street, accessible from Firehouse Alley, and two public parking garages are available:


Old Sacramento Garage, entrance on I Street between 3rd and 2nd.


Weekend Pre-Pay Rates – $10

Friday from 3 p.m. to close

Saturday and Sunday, all day


Tower Bridge Garage, entrance on Capitol Blvd at Neasham Circle near the Tower Bridge.


Weekend Pre-Pay Rates – $10

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The most convenient hotel would be the seminar location hotel, The Delta King Riverboat. Walk through the lobbies of this floating hotel, restaurant and entertainment fixture to explore the history of river travel between Sacramento and San Francisco and the restoration of this historic vessel.

Other area hotels within walking distance are the Holiday Inn Capital Plaza, Embassy Suites, Vagabond Inn Executive Sacramento Old Town, and The Sawyer Kimpton Hotel. 

To read more about each location and for contact information, please click the link below.

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Sacramento is known for its diverse and wonderful restaurants and eateries. Old Town Sacramento has everything even the most disearning foodie could crave for.


From great stopping points for lunch, a great cup of coffee, or a tasty snack. Better yet, stay long enough to enjoy any of their incredible 5-star restaurants, or maybe just keep it simple with a boardwalk hot dog. The choices are many and all yours. On the Waterfront, any bite’s a great bite.

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