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Hotel & entertainment help, please!!

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Hotel & entertainment help, please!!

I'll be in upstate NY this coming weekend, Sunday, Feb. 22nd to be exact. I'd like to stay in downtown SU, somewhere near the Dome and try to scalp a ticket to the Nova/Cuse game. Would love decent hotel suggestions for the night, and also, if there is any nightlife what so ever going on that Sunday night. Thanks.

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Two closest hotels to the Dome are probably the Renaissance and the Genessee Grande. Both are pretty expensive.



The best place for finding people out is either on Marshall Street, near the Dome, or downtown in Armory Square. Marshall Street will be almost entirely students. Armory Square is more of a mix of students and townies, but could be quieter on a Sunday night.

Armory Square to the Dome is a 5 minutes cab ride.

If you decide to stay closer to the nighlife, the Jefferson Clinton hotel is in the middle of it all in Armory Square. I've never been in it, but looking in the winows, it seems overpriced to me. I am sure it is nice, just not $130/night. I'd stay at one of the two above.


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excellent. Thanks for your help.

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