YOUR GATEWAY TO THE SPLENDOR OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS, A SWIMMING POOL, AND FREE PARKING MAKE FRESNO CITY INN A TRUE GEM AMONG HOTELS NEAR YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
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Space, Style, and Comfort
Kick back and relax in large, well equipped rooms and suites
Fresno City Inn is Your Base Near Yosemite
Welcome to Fresno City Inn, an inviting place to stay near Yosemite National Park
Our oversized rooms and suites, convenient amenities, and friendly staff make us the best choice for budget-minded travelers. Parking and WiFi are always free, and we welcome you to use our seasonal outdoor pool, our laundry facilities, and our vending machines.
About Our Centrally Located Fresno Inn
Fresno City Inn offers a friendly atmosphere and plenty of room to stretch out, whether you’re here for a weekend trip, an extended stay, or a family vacation to a national park. Rooms are spacious (boasting up to 300 square feet!) and have flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Select rooms come with a small refrigerator, microwave, and a coffee maker. Suites are equipped with kitchenettes, perfect for longer stays. You’ll feel right at home, no matter how long you’re in town!
Fresno is the perfect destination for a weekend trip or staycation
Dozens of restaurants are located just steps away along Blackstone Ave. Also nearby are attractions like Blackbeard’s Family Entertainment, Club One Casino, Fresno Art Museum, and Wild Water Adventure Park. Golf courses, nature areas, hiking trails, theaters, and casual eateries dot the landscape. And downtown Fresno’s coffee shops, cocktail bars, and restaurants can be reached in about 15 minutes.
Stay in the Heart of the San Joaquin Valley
Easy highway access makes getting around a breeze
From our Fresno hotel, you can reach Yosemite’s marvelous cascades and vast pine forests in just over an hour. And if you’re looking for a place to stay near Sequoia National Park, you’re in luck: it’s just an hour and a half drive from here to the home of the world’s largest trees.