The hotel is located in the hospital and university area so it is somewhat not in the central part of Syracuse, but that did not affect our stay at all. The hotel used to be a Jewish church built in 1921 and converted into s hotel in 2011. Easy to park, very friendly staff, free WIFI, free coffee in the... More
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- You’ve never been anywhere like Hotel Skyler. In the serene and welcoming lobby, industrial minimalism meets soothing organic comfort. Retro and metro mingle cozily in one-of-a-kind guestrooms. From the moment you check in until you reluctantly say goodbye, you’ll know you’re somewhere special – somewhere designed to nurture the spirit and the planet. You’re at Hotel Skyler, Syracuse’s first LEED Platinum hotel. ... more less
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