If you’re headed to Fresno and looking for hotel to stay at, you’ll be happy to know that no matter what your travel budget, you will find an accommodation to suit you. Unlike many other destinations in California, Fresno has more affordable lodgings, so you can spend more money on doing things than staying there.
If you hope to walk to a lot of places near your hotel, look into staying in Central Fresno. Central is also known as downtown, and the Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center, the Fulton Shopping Mall, restaurants, and more are right at your doorstep. Hotels here are quite affordable and you save more by not having to take transportation.
The Hoover neighborhood has a suburban feel and is very family-friendly. It is home to Fresno State University, so you will find budget-friendly shopping and dining options here, as well as the Fashion Fair Mall. Take in a Fresno Bulldogs game at the university throughout the year, as there is no shortage of teams to root for.
For easy access to downtown, without actually staying in downtown, hotels near the Fresno High Roeding neighborhood are worth a look. You can get a glimpse of historical Fresno on East Olive Avenue. There are plenty of places to shop and great eateries, plus this is where you’ll find the Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts, a Fresno landmark.
Need to have quick access to the airport? There are several convenient hotels near Fresno Yosemite International Airport. They provide everything for the business traveler, including meeting rooms, Internet, fitness centers, and on-site restaurants. Even with all the amenities and convenience, you won’t go broke spending the night (or several) in these hotels.
With so many different areas to stay in, and hotel rates being reasonable in all of them, your only dilemma will be if you want to stay in the middle of it all or in a quieter part of Fresno.