This hotel was very dirty. The train was non stop all night, I just wanted to kill my self . If you like dirty hotels good luck and for those people who want a good night sleep Spend the extra $20 trust me It's worth itMore
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This hotel was very dirty. The train was non stop all night, I just wanted to kill my self . If you like dirty hotels good luck and for those people who want a good night sleep Spend the extra $20 trust me It's worth itMoreShow less
Dear valued customer. We have taken your comments seriously and actions have been taken to improve our Hotel. Our staff has been working very hard and the quality of service and facilities have been improved drastically. Once again, please accept our most sincere apology regarding your stay. We look forward to showing you a great service with our new renovations. Thank you for your time and your comments.
Front Office Manager
We stayed her for just 1 night as Yosemite pit stop. Hotel room large, cool with somewhat noisy aircon but all round excellent value for the price we paid. We stayed here as we were put off by some of the hotel reviews in Fresno and were really glad we did. Hotel restaurant not brilliant....but room great!
Just stayed there for a couple of days. The hotel is situated very close to highway 99, as most of the time you'll be coming in and out of Fresno. We weren't able to find many restaurants or convenience stores around the hotel, which was important. Other than the restaurant next to the hotel, where they situated the free continental breakfast.
Very spacious rooms, great beds, pillows were hollow, but put them together, and they're fine. Bathrooms are what you expect from these type of hotels.
Staff is great, very friendly.
A downside was that there were train tracks outside the inn, and the train is VERY LOUD, and this is coming from someone that lives in NYC, near the subway. Other than that, very peaceful. Would definitely stay here again.
Thank you for taking the time to write your complimentary review of our Hotel. We sincerely appreciate it. I would also like to apologize to you if someone mislead you regarding the services that are located nearby.
For all Trip Advisor readers, with respect, I would like to point out the following.
There are two convenience stores across the street behind the hotel, both independently operated (BJ's and a 76). There are four restaurants within a block of our hotel. All four of the restaurants are independently operated and offer a taste of Madera's incredible food offerings. The newest being a Mediterranean Grill that moved into the shopping strip just behind the hotel. There are two Mexican restaurants across the street behind our hotel, one is a very nice sit down with a lounge, the other a fast food type. There is an Oriental buffet about a block and a half south of the hotel. These are in addition to the restaurant within the Hotel. Although these restaurants are all independently owned and operated, they are local favorites and very respected for their food offerings.
Jon King, CHA
My crew and I stayed there for 4 weeks. The rooms were large, comfortable and quiet. The hotel decor was a bit retro with thick glass doors, palm fronds on the carpet and Miami Beach pastels in the lobby and halls. The upbeat staff was excellent. We were greeted by staff members at every encounter. The reasonably priced internal bar and restaurant made the stay pleasant as we didn't have to go back out after coming home from work. I can honestly say that it was the most comfortable stay I have had out of an estimated 200 locations throughout California.
This was easy-off and easy-on Hwy 99. We were travelliing from Southern Calif. to Northern Calif. and wanted to break up the long drive. Staff was very attentive to requests and any concerns. The arrived about the same time as a youth soccer team. We asked to be as far away as possible. We were placed on a different floor. This is not a luxury hotel. But, it is a great place to stop and rest if you do not require 5-star accomadations. Will stay again if occasion requires.
We stayed here for one night on our way to northern California. Read other reviews about pillows and the beds - all are true. Definitely bring your own pillow, these ones have nothing to them. I read that the beds were hard - certainly true. We payed $50 to stay for the night and would do it again but wouldn't pay any more than that. Just know that you're not getting a crazy bargain for some nice hotel, you're gettin exactly what you pay for. P.S. Stale cereal at the continental breakfast.