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    What is a hotel on the river in old town that has docks? Going up there on Saturday and staying the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norcalcat View Post
    What is a hotel on the river in old town that has docks? Going up there on Saturday and staying the night.

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    Actually, its the Delta King.

    http://www.deltaking.com/

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    Le Rivage is another place just down river from Old Town. It just opened last year. Very nice place.

    http://www.lerivagehotel.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsantos12 View Post
    Le Rivage is another place just down river from Old Town. It just opened last year. Very nice place.

    http://www.lerivagehotel.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by norcalcat View Post
    What is a hotel on the river in old town that has docks? Going up there on Saturday and staying the night.

    Delta Queen?
    Not sure the Delta King has docks by the hotel. I would say by far the best place is the Embassy Suites. They have docks and close to Crab Shack , back door and other Kool places in Old Sac. I docked new years eve in front of Joes Crab Shack and watched fireworks.
    La Rivage is new hotel South of Old town a few miles with new docks and a Scotts Sea Food Restaurant there. It is Right across from the Sac Yaght Club where catsass and I have our big boats. If your there give us a holler, we may dinghy across and meet ya.



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    Quote Originally Posted by acatitude View Post
    Not sure the Delta King has docks by the hotel. I would say by far the best place is the Embassy Suites. They have docks and close to Crab Shack , back door and other Kool places in Old Sac. I docked new years eve in front of Joes Crab Shack and watched fireworks.
    La Rivage is new hotel South of Old town a few miles with new docks and a Scotts Sea Food Restaurant there. It is Right across from the Sac Yaght Club where catsass and I have our big boats. If your there give us a holler, we may dinghy across and meet ya.
    Whats a Yaght club? You going out this weekend?

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    Its a mispelled Yacht club. ha ha



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    i've stayed at the Embassy Suites a couple times and its a nice place with okay rates. Parking is a bit pricey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John. View Post
    i've stayed at the Embassy Suites a couple times and its a nice place with okay rates. Parking is a bit pricey.
    Read post 1 I think they are going by boat, not car



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Sass View Post
    Whats a Yaght club? You going out this weekend?
    I think I will be there all weekend, I have to practise for next weeks 4s games.. Gotta bring home the Gold



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    Quote Originally Posted by acatitude View Post
    Read post 1 I think they are going by boat, not car

    parking is still a bit pricey.

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    [B]HAVE STAYED AT BOTH SEVERAL TIMES (RIVER KING AND EMBASSY) EMBASSY IS BIGGER,COCKTAIL HOUR (A MUST AFTER A DAY ON THE RIVER) AND THEN BREAKFAST BUFFET IN THE AM,EVERYTHING IS WRIGHT THERE YOU CAN SEE YOUR BOAT FROM YOUR ROOM AND THEY HAVE ALWAYS BEEN PRETTY COOL ABOUND RAISING HELL TILL LATE (YA TUNNEL T IS MY FRIEND AND I STILL HAVE YET TO FINISH A MEAL JOES CRAB SHACK WITH OUT GETTIN KICKED OUT) DONT INVITE TUNNEL T UNLESS YOU WANT FREE COCKTAILS.START THE BIG TAB AND THEN THEY KICK YOU OUT.ALL GOOOOD..../B]

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    Another nice thing about Embassy Suites is they will send a bell boy down to the docks to get your luggage/ice chests for you. I think the rooms are between $149-$200 a night.

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    Ya, staying at the Embassy suites. $149 a night. $45 for hte use of the dock for the night.

    Anyone gonna be up there Saturday?
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