|This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town. All information here is for historical reference only.|
|110 F Street|
|On the corner of 1st Street & F/G Streets in Downtown Davis|
|Next to Seasons|
|Check-in: 3pm Check-out: 12pm|
|Front Desk Staff available 24 hours a day|
|(530) 753-3600 or (800) 753-0035|
|(530) 758-8623 or (530) 758-7421|
|Marisa Schaffer, General Manager - ext. 395|
|Emily Ziser, Sales Manager - ext. 397|
The Hallmark Inn at UC Davis was the largest hotel centrally located in the the heart of Downtown Davis with 120 rooms and suites. It was within walking distance of UC Davis, art galleries, an array of restaurants, and an award-winning Farmer's Market. For those visitors interested in the Mondavi Center for the Arts, Institute for Wine & Food Science, UC Davis Extension or any of the many entertainment options in bike friendly Davis, the hotel offered free bicycle rentals to guests!
In 1998, the hotel was renovated with a new lobby, bar and breakfast room to become Hallmark Inn. Seasons restaurant opened next door in 2003 replacing Lyons. The hotel underwent a full renovation of all hotel guestrooms and suites in 2009. In 2013, a beautiful new lobby and gallery space was added along with on-site Cafe 110 and a variety of retail spaces. Hallmark Inn was owned by the Youmans family and was part of the local property management company, Hallmark Properties. Prior to becoming Hallmark Inn, it was a Ramada during the 1980s.
A Hilton Garden Inn has now taken its place.
General Manager's Corner
- $5 donation to Yolo CASA receive a $115 + Tax per night rate for King Rooms (Upgrades available at an additional charge)
- subject to availability, not available on special holidays & weekends
Features & Amenities
- Breakfast Credit of $8.50pp for selections in Cafe 110 included in some rates
- Courtyard Lounge cocktail reception from 5 to 7 PM showcases local wine & beer, open to public
- 24-hour fitness room; also available is reduced fee access to a local athletic club
- 24-hour computer center with internet access, faxing, copying, and printing
- Free, password protected wireless internet in all guest rooms and public spaces
- Outdoor swimming pool/patio with 1000' mural by local artist Stephanie Taylor
- Free parking for overnight guests with permit can also accommodate tour buses
- Complimentary bicycle rental program available for guests
- BeeKind amenities by Gilchrist & Soames in all guest rooms
- Co-located with Seasons, which offers takeout, outdoor, and private dining options
- Cafe 110, just off of hotel lobby, is open for breakfast and lunch to public
- F Street Gallery is located in hotel lobby and features works by local artists
All guest rooms are spacious with plush bedding, 32" LCD flat screen televisions, cordless phones, desk and Keurig coffee brewers. About 50% of the rooms have two Queen sized beds that can accommodate up to 4 people. The single King rooms are upgraded to include leather chairs and ottomans with some having balconies and microwave/fridge combinations for a minimal additional charge. There are four suites available that have separate parlor areas, two LCD televisions, microwave/fridge combinations and sofa beds.
Two conference rooms are available in the East Wing of the hotel and can accommodate 20-50 people in various sitting arrangements. Meeting details can be arranged with the hotel sales staff Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Hallmark Inn is used by many groups visiting Davis for conferences, Mondavi performances, athletic tournaments/camps, or social gatherings. The rooms facing the train tracks have been dual paned with additional insulation to buffer as much noise as possible. If you are a light sleeper or concerned, ask for a room facing the pool when you make your reservation or check in.
Public Transportation - Hallmark Inn is located just steps from the Amtrak Train Station and has close access to Unitrans A, and E. Just a few blocks away on 5th Street, there are two Yolobus route stops that will take you to Sacramento, West Sacramento, Woodland and Sacramento International Airport
Bicycle - The Hallmark Inn offers free bicycle rentals for guests to enjoy Davis the way it is meant to be seen, over the handlebars of a bike. Everything that Davis has to offer can be easily accessed by bike. Join the Davis Bike Loop just behind the Davis Commons Shopping Center. The bike lane on 3rd Street going west will take you past Central Park and into the heart of UC Davis in about 3 minutes. The nearest grocery store is the recently renovated Davis Food Co-op, which has ample bicycle parking just half a mile to the north on G Street or Whole Foods one block away in the Davis Commons on 1st and E Street
Pedestrian - For recreational adventures, a beautiful 3.5 mile walking path loop in the 100 acre UC Davis Arboretum can also be accessed behind the Shopping Center. All of Downtown Davis and it's innumerable activities are within walking distance of the hotel.
Automobile - Entrances and exits to I-80, either to San Francisco or Sacramento, are just 0.5 miles away and located on the southern side of the Richards Underpass. More shopping choices are available on the other side of I-80 at the Oakshade Town Center.
Parking - The hotel offers ample parking both underground and at street level for overnight guests with hotel permit. The underground lot has a clearance of 6'8" and provides elevator access to all guestroom floors above. The East lot can accommodate tour buses and large vehicles, however arrangements must be made in advance to ensure availability.
ADA Accessibility - 4 guest rooms are completely accessible and the entire hotel is visitable. Also, the hotel offers TDD equipment to enhance rooms for guests with hearing impairment.
2008-05-10 18:30:18 It seems that the Hallmark Inn has undergone a series of upgrades over the past year. I've stayed here several times over the past two years, and last weekend when I was there I discovered that the big old televisions in the rooms have been replaced with wall-mounted flat screen TVs. This is a welcome change as the old televisions were the annoying type where they'd be extremely loud every time you'd turn them on. The phones have also been replaced, I'm pretty sure the bedding is new, and there is definitely new paint on the walls. Overall this place is a lot nicer now than the last time I was there, which was actually just last summer. —OscarSabino