Overall, a great stay and...
Pros: We liked the friendly staff who made check-in smooth and answered all our questions. We made a lot of special requests online first, such as: early check-in, an extra bed for our 12 year old, a bathtub, downstairs(our 17 year old daughter is on crutches), and a room by the pool. All which were already fulfilled when we arrived. They also honored our last request of late check-out and we got to stay until 2pm. All these requests were no charge. The room was very clean, the king-sized bedroom was huge(they could've fit a pool table in there next to us!), we had our own T.V., mirrored closet, lots of drawers, an alarm clock and a door.Bathroom had a shower/tub combination and was clean. They supplied a hairdryer, shampoo/conditioner, bar soap and lotion. It also had a door on it, which we were happy about because we read at other hotels they sometimes don't have a door on the bathroom(and it locked too!).The living room fit the extra bed we requested nicely, had a fold-out couch(which had springs, but our teenager said it was comfortable), two comfy chairs, a T.V., a table that had an extra table that slid out for family meals and a swivel chair if you wanted to use it as a desk. Nice black-out shades in both rooms, and enough plugs for all our devices.The maid was really friendly, I just had her vacuum since the room was still clean, and give us extra supplies of towels etc.The breakfast area was nice with a view of the pool. The fruit was really fresh and croissants were good. The first day they had electrical problems so they only had cold breakfast, which was ok. Our daughters liked the muffins/pastries and fruit. They were very nice about trying to make everyone happy because of the electrical problem. Said they'd heat up anything for guests if they needed it in their kitchen. Next day they had it working, and we made croissant egg sandwiches, while our girls liked the fluffy waffles(make your own) and yogurt parfaits.
Cons: When we were driving up towards the hotel, the area surrounding it looked very sketchy, and with homeless nearby. There was construction going on for a Marriott next door to it, and one day was loud enough to hear through the walls(which usually insulated well, considering we were located by the ice machine and could not hear it being used, and located by the airport). We read reviews about cars getting broken into, but luckily ours wasn't. We could see our car from our window which was nice. The location was far from the center of town and the hospital we needed to go to for our daughter's follow-up. And traffic is terrible, everything took twice as long to get to. Which is not their fault, but something to be aware of if you need to drive anywhere in Fresno.
The master bedroom would've been nicer if it had a lock on the door for extra privacy.
The bar area would be better at night if they used some mood lighting. It was way too bright. Also, we didn't go to the bar because it was filled with construction workers from the Marriott they are building.