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Four Points Hotel - Fresno

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3737 North Blackstone
Fresno, CA 93726


Great Looking and a Great Location. Near Fresno's downtown area, the deluxe 3 Diamond Four Points by Sheraton Fresno has spectacular grounds and gardens, plus a whole host of amenities and special touches we know you'll love.

All Under One Roof. Settle into one of our comfortable guest rooms and enjoy our signature Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort (SM) bed. There are plenty of thoughtful touches, like our 32" TV's and free Wireless and High Speed Internet Access. Start your day with a workout in our fitness center or a refreshing swim in our outdoor pool. Dine with us at Smuggler's Restaurant where you can enjoy a full meal or a cold beer at the bar. Don't forget to grab a cup of Seattle's Best (SM) Coffee in our lobby!

An Affair to Remember. Traveling for business, pleasure, or planning an important event or meeting? We'll take care of every detail, so you'll never have to worry. And we're very proud to offer a 100% smoke-free environment.


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