We like this hotel, nothing but positives. A 1926 building, still with many original features, which has a certain `style` to it. (So much nicer than some modern hotels which appear to be assembled from a kit). The staff are very friendly and helpful, the rooms are VERY spacious, and it`s surprisingly quiet for an urban location. We were only booked in for one night as we were travelling on.
Traveller from England
Located in Downtown Syracuse, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Community Folk Art Center, Erie Canal Museum, and …More
Syracuse, “the Salt City,” has its downtown at the southern end of Onondaga Lake. The restaurants, shops, and bars in Armory Square are popular with students from Syracuse University, about 3 miles away (5 km), and the summer months bring cultural festivals to the downtown streets.