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Best hotels near Syracuse Stage, Syracuse

3.7/5104 Reviews
3.7/5104 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.22km from Syracuse Stage
Near Syracuse University, walk for up to ten minutes, personally think that it is the most cost-effective hotel around Syracuse University, hotel facilities are general, but very clean, the hotel lobby is being repaired, the hotel has free drop-off service, not far from a small pizza shop Pizza is delicious, this hotel is recommended!
4.1/5100 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good100 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.25km from Syracuse Stage
The hotel offers free parking and breakfast. It is within walking distance of the city centre and Syracuse University. On the day of check-in, we took a walking tour of Syracuse University and ate Chinese food there, which was generally satisfactory. We are working for the Syracuse Immigration Bureau. The hotel is only 5 minutes drive from the Immigration Department.
3.8/5115 Reviews
3.8/5115 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.31km from Syracuse Stage
Upon entering our room, we were hit with a strong, unmistakable odor of cigarette smoke. I appreciated that the hotel was dog friendly, however upon check in they informed me that all dog rooms were on the 2nd floor. The front desk clerk claimed this was to avoid potential anxiety in the elevators for dogs (probably the real reason was they didn't want dogs peeing in the elevator). The elevators were vert slow so I did appreciate being able to walk the one flight, although I did not appreciate the view from our second floor window which looked directly over the highway! Oddly, the blackout curtains did not close all the way, and the sheer panels let the light in. We were only there one night, so it wasn't a huge deal. The decor was pretty dark and dated. The one good thing was the bed was very comfortable and the pillows were great. We chose this hotel for its proximity to Syracuse University as the closer hotels were booked for move in weekend. I have it booked again for Family weekend but am having second thoughts given the very high nightly rate.
4.4/599 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent99 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.34km from Syracuse Stage
Breakfast is the same every day, and the location is next to Syracuse University. The decoration facilities of the hotel are relatively outdated and the bed is too soft. We booked it for 4 days. We couldn't stand it until the third day and we had to change the hotel. Ctrip’s policy on room reservations is not flexible enough. When encountering special circumstances, they need to communicate with the hotel. They will refuse directly. We negotiate with the hotel and the hotel basically agrees to refund one day’s room rate. As long as Ctrip communicates with them, it’s fine. Ctrip customers directly Tell us that because we ordered no refunds, we can't communicate and feel depressed.
4/5120 Reviews
4/5Very Good120 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.7km from Syracuse Stage
The location in Syracuse Campus was great, as the purpose of my trip was to help my daughter settle in to her dorm in Syracuse University. It is also close to Marshal Street where the restaurants are in the Campus. The hotel allow us to check-in early just before 2pm, which was great for us and that gave us more time to shop for needed stuffs for my daughter. Room was clean and spacious and I like the bottled water provided, which most hotel in Syracuse does not.
3.8/5109 Reviews
3.8/5109 Reviews
Syracuse
|1km from Syracuse Stage
In May '22 we spent two nights at the Quality Inn and Suites in downtown Syracuse. Our experience there was mixed but it exceeded our expectations, which were fairly low, going in. We chose it because it was modestly priced and within walking distance of St. Joseph’s hospital and Armory Square (the city’s main restaurant district). We had read the negative reviews and we knew that area of the city was a kind of rough so we had no illusions that this was a five star hotel or that it would even be up to the standards of Quality Inns in the suburbs. This “inn” is a motel, not a hotel, and guests can get to their rooms from the parking lot or from the lobby, through partially enclosed and secured walkways along the exterior of the building. This was a plus for us as we were still COVID-careful and trying to minimize time spent in enclosed public spaces. It helped that we had mild spring weather during our stay. Getting to and from these rooms would probably feel very different in the cold of winter or during a summer heat wave. The three-story building is old and clunky with an exterior that is utterly devoid of charm but is being reasonably well maintained. Our room was clean, spacious and seemed as if it had been remodeled not too long ago. It had a microwave, a medium-sized refrigerator and a coffee-maker but, surprisingly for a so-called “suite”, no table on which to eat. It was darker than we would have liked, as the décor was heavy on deep blues and browns, but it wasn’t so dark as to feel uncomfortable. Our one window was on the back of the building and afforded an uninspiring view of the highway and an abandoned warehouse, but it did provide natural light and was partially screened and could have been opened, had we wanted to do so. Most of the other rooms have windows on the front, facing the walkways, and probably let in less light. The parking lot is unsecured but it is monitored by video cameras, which are watchable by the desk attendants. There was safe in our room that was big enough to store our laptops and other valuables. The area in which the motel is situated has seen better days and is a hodge-podge of industrial and commercial buildings, once-stately structures that have fallen into decay and a few small businesses, including a 7-11 and pizza shop. We felt totally comfortable walking around during daylight hours and the few other pedestrians we encountered were in no way threatening. The folk staffing the reception desk seemed to members of one family and could not have been nicer or more helpful. We would happily stay there again.
4.1/5105 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good105 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.11km from Syracuse Stage
No free breakfast, it seems like 11 knives per person.
3.9/581 Reviews
3.9/581 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.28km from Syracuse Stage
We enjoyed this hotel during a 2-night stay in Syracuse en route to Niagara Falls. We had the one bedroom, with a kitchenette. It was huge, with a full-sized fridge, microwave, and dishwasher. The bedroom was spacious, with a separate living room with a pull-out couch and table. It was very clean, and staff was friendly. Breakfast was decent if you are in a rush, but there are many delicious breakfast spots nearby. The location was in the middle of cafes, restaurants, bars, and museums. We will definitely stay here again if we return to Syracuse!
4/556 Reviews
4/5Very Good56 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.46km from Syracuse Stage
August 2021 we stayed at Residence Inn Armory Sq. We were moving my last child into Syracuse. Needless to say I was a wreck. Leaving one day I happened to meet Mel. She saw my sadness empathized with me…about my baby and empty nest. I was crying she asked if she could give me a hug & I was so grateful for it. Then she said you need chocolate. She got me a Snickers bar for my ride home. She left me with parting words if I need anything to find her “Mel I’m always here” Fast forward Feb 2022 we returned for a visit. Ad soon as I saw Mel I approached her to thank her. To tell her home much her hug & kindness helped me at a hard time. She remembered giving me the Snickers bar I didn’t. She then said I’m going to give you another. A Snickers and a hug our tradition. We chatted for a while before I left . What a wonderful lady! Additional comment she graciously handled an extremely rude customer earlier in the day with grace & professionalism
4.1/595 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good95 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.48km from Syracuse Stage
Hotel worth staying at
4.1/599 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good99 Reviews
Syracuse
|2.49km from Syracuse Stage
Like most people, we haven't done much traveling this year.. So, we were really looking forward to a quick overnight in Syracuse to visit some friends. I was using my Marriott credit card annual certificate for a complimentary one-night stay. We could have picked several other Marriott properties, but they all charged a $50-$75 fee for traveling with our dogs. So, we chose the Aloft as they are dog friendly and do not charge a separate fee. (bravo!) Nice room 2 queen beds. Small windows that actually open for fresh air. Bathroom/closet area strangely configured. All this empty space under the sink/countertop with a small refrigerator there. Great--except that the last guest's leftovers from Applebee's were still in there. Hmm, so that obviously wasn't cleaned. Wonder what else wasn't? Closet opposite sink/countertop. You had better not be short, as it is elevated off the floor and you won't be able to reach the hangars. Small Mr. Coffee machine in alcove next to closet. Based on the refrigerator, no thanks. Cool modernistic sink, but easy to splash water everywhere. Pocket door to toilet and standup glass enclosed shower. One hook for towel/clothes, etc. Have to reach in to turn on water to warm it up, which means opening the door, which means water splashes on the floor. Oh, and the warm water? Never showed up the Sat. night we were there. I let if run (and splash while checking temp), run/splash, repeat. Finally gave up and took a very quick cold shower.
4.2/5101 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good101 Reviews
Syracuse
|3.44km from Syracuse Stage
We had asked for a room not facing the highway and we ended up getting a room on the highway. Way too noisy and kept us up quite a bit, also woke up the kids. Pool area was quite dirty, same Band-Aid and tuff of hair in the same spot for two days. The pool itself also had quite a bit of hair. Bar hour was good, general cleanliness of the rest of the hotel was also good. We had issues with hot water, it seemed to run out then come back randomly. Passed on these same comments at checkout. If it wasn't for the proximity to the mall, I wouldn't recommend this place.

Reviews of Hotels near Syracuse Stage in Syracuse

Hampton Inn & Suites Syracuse Dewitt
4.3/5100 Reviews
Syracuse
|5.02km from city center
Very happy with our room and the cleanliness of everything. Staff was very nice and accommodating. The one glitch was driving past the entrance due to the sign location. Breakfast buffet was good. We really enjoyed our stay.
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Collegian Hotel & Suites, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
3.7/5104 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.99km from city center
Near Syracuse University, walk for up to ten minutes, personally think that it is the most cost-effective hotel around Syracuse University, hotel facilities are general, but very clean, the hotel lobby is being repaired, the hotel has free drop-off service, not far from a small pizza shop Pizza is delicious, this hotel is recommended!
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Courtyard Syracuse Downtown at Armory Square
4.1/595 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.71km from city center
Hotel worth staying at
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Aloft Syracuse Inner Harbor
4.1/599 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.83km from city center
Like most people, we haven't done much traveling this year.. So, we were really looking forward to a quick overnight in Syracuse to visit some friends. I was using my Marriott credit card annual certificate for a complimentary one-night stay. We could have picked several other Marriott properties, but they all charged a $50-$75 fee for traveling with our dogs. So, we chose the Aloft as they are dog friendly and do not charge a separate fee. (bravo!) Nice room 2 queen beds. Small windows that actually open for fresh air. Bathroom/closet area strangely configured. All this empty space under the sink/countertop with a small refrigerator there. Great--except that the last guest's leftovers from Applebee's were still in there. Hmm, so that obviously wasn't cleaned. Wonder what else wasn't? Closet opposite sink/countertop. You had better not be short, as it is elevated off the floor and you won't be able to reach the hangars. Small Mr. Coffee machine in alcove next to closet. Based on the refrigerator, no thanks. Cool modernistic sink, but easy to splash water everywhere. Pocket door to toilet and standup glass enclosed shower. One hook for towel/clothes, etc. Have to reach in to turn on water to warm it up, which means opening the door, which means water splashes on the floor. Oh, and the warm water? Never showed up the Sat. night we were there. I let if run (and splash while checking temp), run/splash, repeat. Finally gave up and took a very quick cold shower.
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From$152
Clarion Pointe Downtown
3.8/5109 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.54km from city center
In May '22 we spent two nights at the Quality Inn and Suites in downtown Syracuse. Our experience there was mixed but it exceeded our expectations, which were fairly low, going in. We chose it because it was modestly priced and within walking distance of St. Joseph’s hospital and Armory Square (the city’s main restaurant district). We had read the negative reviews and we knew that area of the city was a kind of rough so we had no illusions that this was a five star hotel or that it would even be up to the standards of Quality Inns in the suburbs. This “inn” is a motel, not a hotel, and guests can get to their rooms from the parking lot or from the lobby, through partially enclosed and secured walkways along the exterior of the building. This was a plus for us as we were still COVID-careful and trying to minimize time spent in enclosed public spaces. It helped that we had mild spring weather during our stay. Getting to and from these rooms would probably feel very different in the cold of winter or during a summer heat wave. The three-story building is old and clunky with an exterior that is utterly devoid of charm but is being reasonably well maintained. Our room was clean, spacious and seemed as if it had been remodeled not too long ago. It had a microwave, a medium-sized refrigerator and a coffee-maker but, surprisingly for a so-called “suite”, no table on which to eat. It was darker than we would have liked, as the décor was heavy on deep blues and browns, but it wasn’t so dark as to feel uncomfortable. Our one window was on the back of the building and afforded an uninspiring view of the highway and an abandoned warehouse, but it did provide natural light and was partially screened and could have been opened, had we wanted to do so. Most of the other rooms have windows on the front, facing the walkways, and probably let in less light. The parking lot is unsecured but it is monitored by video cameras, which are watchable by the desk attendants. There was safe in our room that was big enough to store our laptops and other valuables. The area in which the motel is situated has seen better days and is a hodge-podge of industrial and commercial buildings, once-stately structures that have fallen into decay and a few small businesses, including a 7-11 and pizza shop. We felt totally comfortable walking around during daylight hours and the few other pedestrians we encountered were in no way threatening. The folk staffing the reception desk seemed to members of one family and could not have been nicer or more helpful. We would happily stay there again.
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From$94
Residence Inn Syracuse Downtown at Armory Square
4/556 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.69km from city center
August 2021 we stayed at Residence Inn Armory Sq. We were moving my last child into Syracuse. Needless to say I was a wreck. Leaving one day I happened to meet Mel. She saw my sadness empathized with me…about my baby and empty nest. I was crying she asked if she could give me a hug & I was so grateful for it. Then she said you need chocolate. She got me a Snickers bar for my ride home. She left me with parting words if I need anything to find her “Mel I’m always here” Fast forward Feb 2022 we returned for a visit. Ad soon as I saw Mel I approached her to thank her. To tell her home much her hug & kindness helped me at a hard time. She remembered giving me the Snickers bar I didn’t. She then said I’m going to give you another. A Snickers and a hug our tradition. We chatted for a while before I left . What a wonderful lady! Additional comment she graciously handled an extremely rude customer earlier in the day with grace & professionalism
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Embassy Suites Syracuse Destiny USA
4.2/5101 Reviews
Syracuse
|2.8km from city center
We had asked for a room not facing the highway and we ended up getting a room on the highway. Way too noisy and kept us up quite a bit, also woke up the kids. Pool area was quite dirty, same Band-Aid and tuff of hair in the same spot for two days. The pool itself also had quite a bit of hair. Bar hour was good, general cleanliness of the rest of the hotel was also good. We had issues with hot water, it seemed to run out then come back randomly. Passed on these same comments at checkout. If it wasn't for the proximity to the mall, I wouldn't recommend this place.
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From$168
Hotel Skyler Syracuse, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
4.4/599 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.03km from city center
Breakfast is the same every day, and the location is next to Syracuse University. The decoration facilities of the hotel are relatively outdated and the bed is too soft. We booked it for 4 days. We couldn't stand it until the third day and we had to change the hotel. Ctrip’s policy on room reservations is not flexible enough. When encountering special circumstances, they need to communicate with the hotel. They will refuse directly. We negotiate with the hotel and the hotel basically agrees to refund one day’s room rate. As long as Ctrip communicates with them, it’s fine. Ctrip customers directly Tell us that because we ordered no refunds, we can't communicate and feel depressed.
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From$185
Crowne Plaza Syracuse
3.8/5115 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.46km from city center
Upon entering our room, we were hit with a strong, unmistakable odor of cigarette smoke. I appreciated that the hotel was dog friendly, however upon check in they informed me that all dog rooms were on the 2nd floor. The front desk clerk claimed this was to avoid potential anxiety in the elevators for dogs (probably the real reason was they didn't want dogs peeing in the elevator). The elevators were vert slow so I did appreciate being able to walk the one flight, although I did not appreciate the view from our second floor window which looked directly over the highway! Oddly, the blackout curtains did not close all the way, and the sheer panels let the light in. We were only there one night, so it wasn't a huge deal. The decor was pretty dark and dated. The one good thing was the bed was very comfortable and the pillows were great. We chose this hotel for its proximity to Syracuse University as the closer hotels were booked for move in weekend. I have it booked again for Family weekend but am having second thoughts given the very high nightly rate.
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Best Western Syracuse Downtown Hotel and Suites
3.9/581 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.53km from city center
We enjoyed this hotel during a 2-night stay in Syracuse en route to Niagara Falls. We had the one bedroom, with a kitchenette. It was huge, with a full-sized fridge, microwave, and dishwasher. The bedroom was spacious, with a separate living room with a pull-out couch and table. It was very clean, and staff was friendly. Breakfast was decent if you are in a rush, but there are many delicious breakfast spots nearby. The location was in the middle of cafes, restaurants, bars, and museums. We will definitely stay here again if we return to Syracuse!
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From$139
Marriott Syracuse Downtown
4.1/5105 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.5km from city center
No free breakfast, it seems like 11 knives per person.
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From$169
Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center
4/5120 Reviews
Syracuse
|1.34km from city center
The location in Syracuse Campus was great, as the purpose of my trip was to help my daughter settle in to her dorm in Syracuse University. It is also close to Marshal Street where the restaurants are in the Campus. The hotel allow us to check-in early just before 2pm, which was great for us and that gave us more time to shop for needed stuffs for my daughter. Room was clean and spacious and I like the bottled water provided, which most hotel in Syracuse does not.
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The Parkview Hotel
4.1/5100 Reviews
Syracuse
|0.53km from city center
The hotel offers free parking and breakfast. It is within walking distance of the city centre and Syracuse University. On the day of check-in, we took a walking tour of Syracuse University and ate Chinese food there, which was generally satisfactory. We are working for the Syracuse Immigration Bureau. The hotel is only 5 minutes drive from the Immigration Department.
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From$129

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