Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge
The Sheraton Redding Hotel was built along the Sacramento River near the foot of the Sundial bridge (one of the biggest working sundials in the world), designed by Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava.
Nestled within the grounds of the 300-acre Turtle Bay Exploration Park, the LEED-certified hotel boosts 130 guestrooms, an outdoor pool complex, banquet facilities, and the Mosaic restaurant. The interior design of the rooms exudes contemporary elegance and resort-style comfort and were designed concurrent with and were part of Marriot’s initial refresh of the new Sheraton design roll-out in 2016.
The three-meal restaurant, Mosaic, takes its namesake and inspiration from the white glazed mosaic tile that adorn the Sundial Bridge as well as the heavily forested region that surrounds the City of Redding. The family-friendly restaurant features a woodfired pizza oven, communal tables, and custom finishes and furniture throughout.
Full-service Mosaic restaurant
Pool complex, banquet facilities, and fitness center