The Radisson Fresno Hotel Conference Center specializes in multi-cultural weddings, especially traditional Indian weddings.
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Centrally located in the heart of downtown Fresno, the Radisson Fresno Conference Center puts you in the hub of it all. Across the street from our hotel is the government district, including Courthouse Park and Fresno Superior Court, while the Fresno Convention Center and Valdez Hall are just minutes away.

Whether you are passing through Fresno to visit San Francisco or Yosemite, or are in town for an extended stay, there are a variety of things to see and do in Fresno. Catch a triple-A baseball game at Chukchansi Park, home of the Fresno Grizzlies, see a live musical or Broadway play at the Saroyan Theater, tour the Legion of Valor Museum or have some fun in the sun at Island Waterpark.

We’re also just a few minutes away from the lively Tower District, which is known for delicious dining, shopping and exciting nightlife. Best of all, we offer our guests complimentary shuttle service to and from Fresno Yosemite International Airport and Amtrak station.

Enjoy these nearby attractions:

  • Club One Casino (next door)
    Classic games like Texas Hold'em, Blackjack, Spanish 21 and Three-card Poker are the highlight of this 51-table casino.
    Phone: +1 (559) 497-3000
  • Chukchansi Park (0.25 miles)
    Live baseball action featuring the Fresno Grizzlies is the draw at Chukchansi Park, the city-owned baseball stadium for this Pacific Coast League team, the Triple-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants.
    Phone: +1 (559) 442-1047
  • Legion of Valor Museum (0.4 miles)
    Memorabilia, photographs, artwork and exhibits offer visitors an educational look at America's wars at this extraordinary museum founded by war veterans and their wives.
    Phone: +1 (559) 498-0510
  • Arte Americas (0.5 miles)
    This cultural center celebrates art in Mexico, Latin America and the Southwest by hosting visual arts, dance and literary art performances.
    Phone: +1 (559) 266-2623
  • Fresno Convention Center (0.5 miles)
    Concerts, sporting events, weddings and Broadway performances keep this multi-complex, featuring four venues, busy year round.
    Phone: + 1 (559) 445-8100
  • The Grand 1401 (0.5 miles)
    The Grand 1401 hosts large weddings and other events in downtown Fresno.
    Phone: +1 (559) 266-8000
  • Saroyan Theatre (0.5 miles)
    A variety of shows and concerts are featured at this nearby theatre.
    Phone: +1 (559) 445-8100
  • Selland Arena (0.5 miles)
    This expansive area hosts a variety of events from concerts and circus performances to Fresno Monsters hockey games and Disney On Ice shows.
    Phone: +1 (559) 445-8100
  • Valdez Hall (0.5 miles)
    Approximately 32,000 square feet of space makes this hall ideal for hosting meetings, conventions, banquets and weddings.
    Phone: +1 (559) 445-8100
  • African American Historical & Cultural Museum (1 mile)
    A center for the African-American community, this cultural museum offers opportunities for learning more about the African American culture, history and art of their heritage.
    Phone: +1 (559) 268-7102
  • Save Mart Center (8 miles)
    See top performers in music and outstanding athletes at this arena.
    Phone: +1 (559) 347-3401
  • Forestiere Underground Gardens (9 miles)
    For a unique learning and touring experience, this National Register of Historic Places landmark provides visitors with a glimpse of underground passageways reminiscent of the catacombs.
    Phone: +1 (559) 271-0734
  • Island Waterpark (9 miles)
    The ideal spot for cooling off, Island Waterpark features a lazy river, water slides and swimming pools.
    Phone: +1 (559) 277-6800
  • Wild Water Adventures (19 miles)
    Numerous water rides, swimming holes and water play areas are the highlights at this attraction.
    Phone: +1 (559) 299-9453
  • Kings Canyon National Park (54 miles)
    The world's largest trees can be viewed at this national park, where deep ravines and vast rugged landscapes offer great hiking opportunities.
    Phone: +1 (559) 565-3341
  • Yosemite National Park (62 miles)
    Enjoy outdoor activities at this national park, including fishing, camping, hiking and horseback riding.
    Phone: +1 (209) 372-0200
  • Sequoia National Park (77 miles)
    Spend the day outdoors at this national park, offering hiking, fishing, rock climbing and picnicking.
    Phone: +1 (559) 565-3341