Hotels in Syracuse

Bang smack in the middle of New York State, the city of Syracuse offers plenty for culture vultures. There are quirky museums, a buzzing nightlife, and a year-round program of events that has earned Syracuse the fitting nickname ‘City of Festivals’.  Depending on what time of year you visit you could be in time for the Scottish games, the Festa Italiana, Oktoberfest, or the famous St Patrick’s Day Parade. With lots of great places to eat, drink, and be merry, Syracuse is a great all rounder of a destination.

Hotels in downtown Syracuse are the best option if you’re planning on doing a lot of sightseeing. The downtown neighbourhood is easy to get around by foot or by bicycle, making it the most convenient area to stay in. If you book a hotel outside of the city centre, you should definitely plan on hiring a car for the duration of your stay. Most of the action is in downtown, and the best way to get there is to drive.

There are lots of great places to stay in Syracuse. Whether you’re looking for no-frills business hotels in downtown, high-end chain hotels in University Hill, or a budget inn in DeWitt, Skyscanner can help you find the ideal place to stay.  You can also save money on the best accommodation in Syracuse with Skyscanner. We show you the most popular places to stay, along with prices from the top booking websites so you can find the best deals at a glance.

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