Hotel Piccadilly is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Fresno, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Piccadilly Inn Shaw Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and beach chairs. Plus, Piccadilly Inn Shaw Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Fresno be sure to experience local ribs favorites at Yosemite Falls Café, Outback Steakhouse, or Texas Roadhouse.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Oso de Oro Park (0.7 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Fresno!
Clean and big room. Helpful staff. Front desk was so super efficient and coordinated. Amazing lobby restaurant with great tapas, live band, good selection of drinks, and very friendly staff. Great vibe. I was trying to book Piccadilly inn airport in Fresno but ended up booking this. Was asking if there’s any airport shuttle and found out I booked wrong hotel 😂. It wasn’t that far with Uber to airport and downtown Had a big shopping mall next to the hotel so very convenient. Also a great Italian restaurant close by. Provide to go breakfast and very good coffee. Has a coffee machine in room. Overall great experience.
Upon checking into my room and checking it for cleanliness I found a bed bug in the bed skirt. This was for room 146..immediately checked out and was given a weak apology. The interior is outdated, torn bedskirt, dust on the light fixture, dirty smudges on the refrigerator that was not very cool.
I enjoyed my brief stay at the Hotel Piccadilly. Would I be willing to stay here again? Yes. Are there pros and cons for me? Definitely. Instead of separating the pros and cons I am just going to ramble on about my stay and let my feelings about it dictate my final star rating. PRO: the rooms aesthetics are better than other places I have stayed in Fresno. I like this pace, black out curtains, desk, multiple TV channels, fridge, level of noise and the hotel is in a nice location, and it has a restaurant (I did not dine there). CONS: It is not immediate located near 99 nor 41, so if you are there for work, you have to take travel time into consideration. It is easier to move around if you have a vehicle. I appreciate the professional look of the front desk. But I felt judged when I walked in. I know I am tattooed (a sleeve only) but do I really have to tell people I am an RN to get respect. The stairs to the room that I stayed in was frightening. They do not feel safe. The doors to the hallways were never locked. There were no cameras in the hallways for an extra sense of safety. The to go breakfast was not worth it. What am I suppose to do with an orange and no knife. A prepackaged bagel. It literally turned rock hard after a few hours. Other places I have stayed that would be considered beneath the Hotel Piccadilly, cook the breakfast. If you are looking for a decent place to sleep. This place is not bad. I would stay here again in the future for that reason. I will also post this review on 2 other sites that I use. This is my own option on my stay and I am not sure if I can mention them here and every site has their own rating system.…
We stayed here for three nights while visiting friends and we had a super comfortable stay. Our was spacious and the bed was really good. I loved the garden setting infront of our room cos it gave us some privacy when we opened our curtains in the day time. Breakfast is 'pick up and go' packs and it was nice to have hot good coffee in the Lobby even though Keurig maker was provided in the room. We would stay here again on our next trip to Fresno.
We used the Picadilly as a night's rest on our want to Vermillion Valley and the beginning of our hike on the John Muir Trail. We got here pretty late and they checked us in, room was cool, clean with 2 beds, perfect for our first night in CA. Free breakfast was pretty good and our shuttle picked us up right at the hotel. Not much time to use the amenities but it provided an affordable night's rest.
The room was huge and very comfortable, it has a lot of parking spots. The rooms were a little outdated but we stayed there for one night. The hotel is weird there are several detached buildings and it’s kind of difficult to carry your stuff back to the car. The location is really good. There’s an outdoor patio that’s really cute where you can eat at night. The overall experience was ok but I wouldn’t go back, check in at 4 is ridiculous specially after a long day of driving, Rene from the front desk was kinda rude and unwelcoming, girl check your attitude at the door. The cold breakfast is one of the worst things we tried, it felt like trash food from a motel, stay away from it.
First time caller... I am reluctant to write reviews because life is short and most things are just not that important, but- on principle, and in particular- this one time, I accept my charge. On my first night staying at the hotel, I stepped into a small puddle of water between the stool and tub getting my left sock and foot wet, surprising me as I didn't see that coming out of the blue. Was it black waste water or grey waste water? A tub floor mat was hanging over the side of the tub so that might of been the source, as opposed to the stool or tub drain, but who honestly knows? Later, when attempting to turn on the shower mixer handle, I struggled to get water flowing as there was a strong resistance. When exerting greater force the plastic handle's center cap popped off exposing a locking screw. I attempted to replace the cap but could not get it to seat properly. I was able to control the temperature and flow rate of the water stream with much difficulty but could not shut the water off completely after showering. I literally pushed with as much force as I could while bending over to gain leverage, getting the water to trickle out into a stream about the size of a drink straw. The following morning I used the Keurig brewer, finding what appeared to be a human hair floating on top of the water in the fill reservoir. The hair was fine, black, and had the curled circumference of about the diameter of a quarter coin. Your guess is as good as mine as to where the hair originated... Later, I went to get a boxed breakfast using a voucher that was issued (and dated) upon check-in and wondered during my stroll, about what all I would be reporting to the front desk. Report the puddle issue? Report the shower issue? Report the hair issue? In fact, I had two breakfast vouchers due to my length of stay, that I submitted for two meals, yet upon issue I received just one meal and the second voucher was returned, as each voucher (unbeknowst to me) was dated for each individual day that I had booked into the hotel. I made known that I was checking out the following morning at 3am, in order to be at work by 7am (3 hour drive) and this was why I attempted to get the second meal early. Much to my chagrin, this request fell on deaf ears. I would like to note that I am in a room with two queen size beds capable of supporting between two and four people in total, which would require up to eight boxed meal vouchers over the course of an equal stay. Disappointed in such a cheapskate policy, I told the staff member that I would on principle, stick around until 6am the following day in order to receive the second meal. Having reported the shower issue and getting a less than desirable response to my attempt to obtain a second meal- God forbid... early, that already existed in voucher form, I decided to retrieve the hair and report it as found using a napkin, coffee stirrer stick and zip loc baggie as forensic retrieval tools. Handing over the hair elicited a nonresponse from the staff member that I had been dealing with regarding the room issues and meal voucher exchange. In spite of real room deficiencies, not a word or gesture of compromise came from Hotel Picadilly's front desk staff. In all fairness I wanted to be measured in my complaint as I work in hospitality and understand that things happen periodically and that most issues are unknown to the management and are usually resolved when brought to their attention. In this case, once I notified the front desk staff member of the shower issue, I was informed that repairs would be attempted but that I would have to leave my room during the process. I declined the inconvenience. The following is the vaunted and protected boxed breakfast meal contents that management could not bring themselves to advance to me, let alone consider as a comp gesture: small strawberry yogurt 4 oz, plain bagel 3 oz, peanut granola bar 1.2 oz, cream cheese 1 oz, small apple As I prepared to send this review, I received a knock at the door by a maintenance team of two staff members that are working on the shower handle issue as I type. I can actually hear a torch being used. I appreciate the fact that I do not (now) have to leave my room to get maintenance service work performed, as I injured myself at my job and need to rest both of my legs, which is the entire purpose of my stay. The maintenance staff just left after successfully repairing the shower and I meant to give them a tip, or I should say that the thought to give them a tip just popped into my head so I hurried outside and caught them both before they left the area. The senior person was reluctant to accept any gratuity, but with some modest cajoling on my part, did finally accept my sincere gratitude. I can assure the reader that my tip total would pay for several boxed breakfasts so my journey, review and complaints have now come full circle. I hope the front desk staffer reads this and GETS A CLUE!…
Not much to say other than it’s a nice hotel in a nice location. I stayed here for one night before my flight back home the following day. The room I stayed in was clean, roomy, and comfortable. Check- in fairly quick. There’s plenty of things to do or places to eat in the area. This hotel is definitely worth staying in.
The rooms here are in several buildings with about 15 rooms per building. There are card-access doors in each building to provide the illusion of security, but the security doesn't work and the doors are always open. Vending and ice are difficult to find. And strangely, parking may not be available outside your building. There is a one-hole golf area, for those with a three-figure handicap.
Stayed 2 nights in a double queen and this hotel was not at all as advertised. The main building seemed nice but I got a discount rate and was put in a building that has not been updated in decades. Not particularly clean, very old upholstery with stains and tears, blinking lights, and an air conditioner that lit up the whole room. My room was also not serviced while I was there. The TV was broken and when I called front desk they suggested I come get batteries. I was kept up by loud sounds from the gym and echoing slamming doors in the building. Definitely do not recommend or at least recommend getting on the phone and verifying that you will be in an updated clean.