WholeStyl

Sacramento CA, United States

WholeStyl

Homestay, 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

Urban
Shared
4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
Homestay

gps 12th Ave, Sacramento, CA 95820, USA

WHOLE Family - WholeStyl is located in Sacramento and provides accommodation with a shared lounge and free WiFi, 3.1 miles from Funderland and 3.1 miles from Sacramento Zoo. The nearest airport is Sacramento Airport, 16.8 miles from Whole.Styl.

Reviews

Ok, so what this place is is essentially a house turned into a hostel that is being run by a very sweet older couple. The main area consists of 3 bunkbeds and 2 sofas, theres a kitchen area with a fridge where you can keep some food, a living room with cable, a bathroom with a shower, and a large backyard if you want to sit down outside for a while. The two who run the place are extremely friendly and the beds are comfortable enough.

The place is nice! It's a hostel with a few shared rooms. We stayed there only one night. The rooms are spacious enough. I really liked how everything is organized and assigned for each guest. We were friendly welcomed. Each bed has a charger next to it, very convenient! The outside yard is beautiful, perfect for a morning breakfast. Overall our quick stay was good and we felt safe. Thank you!

Sacramento CA

Sacramento, capital of the U.S. state of California, lies at the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River. The district of Old Sacramento harkens back to the city’s Gold Rush era, with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides. One of several museums in Old Sacramento, the California State Railroad Museum depicts the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, one of the country’s earliest technological feats. In downtown Sacramento lies the state’s seat of government, the neoclassical California State Capitol, where a museum displays the region’s history. To the west, the Crocker Art Museum showcases a global collection of fine art and hosts special exhibitions. Swiss immigrant John Sutter founded the city’s earliest white settlement, Sutter’s Fort, in 1839. Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park, on the site just east of downtown, features restored buildings, artifacts and historical reenactments. South of downtown, the Sacramento Zoo houses native and endangered species.