'Nothing ends nicely, that's why it ends, those were the words of Tom Cruise three time academy award nominee and three time Golden Globe winner. He is probably right.
Syracuse was first seen by the Europeans when the French missionaries set up shop in the area in the 1600s. But you would want to start your vacation or holiday first. It's the fifth most populous metropolitan city in the state of New York. The options in the city are endless from both the young, old and the old at heart. There is really something for everybody. Check out the guide to point you to the right direction when choosing a hotel in Syracuse. You may find options of Syracuse hotels pretty confusing.
Thinking of Spending Less on Accommodation in Syracuse?
If you are wondering how many cheap hotels there in Syracuse well, there are quite a number. A great example is the Knights Inn Syracuse/Liverpool. It's not a classy place but the location is quite 'set'. There are many places to see around which will definitely make you feel like a New Yorker. The rooms are relaxed with Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, microwaves and coffee makers. If you have kids that are under the age of 17, they can be able to stay for free. You are graced with a complimentary continental breakfast and parking. There is also a business center and an onsite laundry facility. Putting that in mind, the word cheap hotels does sound weird with all the extras. Take a look at also the Super 8 Syracuse East, Budget Inn, Quality Inn & Suites Downtown, Budget Inn all of these Syracuse hotels are equipped with either Wi-Fi, free breakfast or both.
Need to Make a Lasting Impression in Syracuse in Style?
Flamboyant luxury hotels in Syracuse are quite a number. So, don't be overwhelmed with the list of options that are at hand instead, make use of them and enjoy the thrill and the exquisiteness. One of the hotels in Syracuse that you could look out for is Genesee Grande Hotel. This elegant hotel is not far from the Syracuse University. The rooms have a classy taste equipped with free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, desks and en suite bathrooms. You can also find suites which are equipped with sitting rooms, offices and/or Jacuzzis. For the busy, there are meeting facilities, fitness facilities for the active, a koi pond and a restaurant with a terrace.
What Treat Can I Expect in Syracuse?
Well, you will be thrilled if you are a live jazz lover. The city is the master piece of the annual live jazz music festivals that are held outdoors not once but twice. The two festivals are Polish and CNY Jazz Arts Foundation's Jazz in The Square Festival. The city is also home to the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra which was founded in 1961 and has 75 members. The city also has a multitude of museums and art galleries for artistic and creativity lovers. The city has more than 170 parks, fields and recreation areas that add up to more than 4 square kilometers.