Knights Inn Fresno North2.0 out of 5.0
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Outdoor pool
Located within a mile (2 km) of Vineyard Farmers Market, Knights Inn Fresno North is within 3 miles (5 km) of Fresno Art Museum. This 63-room motel welcomes guests with free breakfast and conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. Fashion Fair Mall and St. James' Anglican Cathedral are also close to this Fresno motel.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast offered each morning.
All of Knights Inn Fresno North's 63 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. 27-inch TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Other amenities include free newspapers, free local calls, and hair dryers.
Guests of Knights Inn Fresno North enjoy an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Additional amenities include a business center, a seasonal outdoor pool, and coffee/tea in a common area.
Guest reviews for Knights Inn Fresno North
Business trip nice very nice hotel and staff was OK alot of ammenities . overall treat experience
dont stay here
the hotel was taken over and is ran privately, not a part of the chain. when my group arrived our on smoking room smelled strongly of smoke. while we requested a room change (check in had just started) we were told we could get refunded but could not switch rooms. we were finally allowed to look at another room, which was next door and more acceptible. the bathroom only had 2 sets off towels (we paid for 4 people). the room was very no frills. when i went later in the evening to ask for cups (which they did provide) i started at the side door by the pool, and even though the people behind the counter saw me, they ignored me, so i had to walk around to the front of the building. then, in the morning, we, along with other occupants went to the continental breakfast (part of the reason i chose this place). the sign said breakfast at 6am, we were there at 6:30 am, and the door was locked. after ringing the bell we were allowed in but told breakfast was at 7 and it didnt matter what the sign said breakfast was at second. breakfast was coffess (not ready), milk, 2 types of cereal, and white bread. the juice machine was broken and no apologies were given. many of the people there, iincluding my group, were there for the state cross country meet. so im sorry to say overall this place was not a place i would ever go again. it has potential but not with the present management.
Rude check in, no English, locked INSIDE our room, smelled awful, unsafe neighborhood, bugs, terrible outside view, stray cats, proprietor eating and spitting food while "attempting" English, disgusting food offerings, we even refused to stay last night, has to spend extra for safety, homeless surrounding hotel, dog barking next door, picture on website was NOT what it looked like...A/C worked and that's all that was decent. Would really like refund but was on hold over 10 min x2 to speak to someone. Awful!
good night stay
Good place for a simple night stay. Able to check in with no issues as well check out and great customer service.
inexpensive and worth it
I picked the cheapest hotel I could find on Blackstone. I should have spent a little more. The room smelled musty. The shower curtain was too short to reach across the shower. The electrical outlets were loose, and I needed to unplug the microwave in order to plug in the coffee pot. The trim on trhe bathroom mittor was falling off. The room was generally worn and in need of refurbishment.
days inn fresno
This hotel has a beautiful pool and a cute breakfast area but seriously lacks in cleanliness. Our shower was dirty, especially the showerhead, and I mean dirt not hard water deposits. There were peanuts left on the floor from previous guests evidently. The carpet was not well vacuumed - there were quite visible specs of lint and food by the window and overall it appeared dirty. The location is good, there are several places to eat if you like fast food and there is a Hometown Buffet. It was also not far from the State track meet which we traveled from Los Angeles to see. Our key had to be scanned four times before it would open the door. We were located at the building farthest from the lobby, so we walked back and forth to have it rescanned each time, no apologies offered by the attendant and no offers from the attendant to come back with a new key, even after the second or even third attempt to unlock the door.
not worth the money
Very uncomfortable in many ways. At check in I would have walked out and gone somewhere else had the room not been previously purchased. Outdated decor as well as worn out beds. I always thought I couldn't go wrong with days inn but now I know better. If my wife would have been with me I would have rather slept in the car.
The front desk people was not friendly, and he received 3 complaining calls during my check in. About the room: amenities are old; tower smells bad; the wireless password is not working; and the phone in our room is not working, so I can't even call the front desk.
I expected "Days Inn" to be something less than a Hilton, but something more than this near flophouse. The clerk's demeanor was diffident at best, if not near surly. I had a hard time seeing the very very small room numbers from the parking spaces, so I had to get out of the car to locate my room before I knew where to park. The walls are paper thin, so the adjacent room's TV noise was unpleasant. The maid did not show up to re-make the room until almost 5pm for my second night (as if I had not learned my lesson from the first night). The second night was intruded by the bump-bump bed noise of the upstairs lovers. I could hear "everything". The bathroom sink looked filthy. It cannot possibly be cleaned properly because the enamel is etched and rough. The bed was hard. On the bright side, the sheets and towels were clean. The best thing about this Days Inn is that I now know which one to avoid in Fresno.
The area this hotel was in, combined with the lack of security (non locking doors to the outside where anyone could enter and dead bolt on room door not locking) left my son and I with a feeling of unease. I would not stay here again.