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2 Room Suite in/near Syracuse? FIL snores!!

Grimsby, Canada
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2 Room Suite in/near Syracuse? FIL snores!!

We are travelling through Syracuse and need a 1 night stay. We would not be pulling in until around 9:30pm but want a decent hotel and ideally a 2 room suite. We are travelling with the inlaws who wish to share a room but unfortunately my FIL snores which will keep me awake. Any recomendations for a hotel that is either close to/off the I90 or any other place?? We actually want to do a wee bit of shopping the next day and than continue on our way.

Any thoughts to help keep the costs down by sharing a room but also allow me and hubby to get a decent night sleep??

Thanks :)

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1. Re: 2 Room Suite in/near Syracuse? FIL snores!!

There are many hotels off of Thruway Exit 35 (Carrier Circle). Contact Candlewood suites, Springhill suites and the Residence Inn. Sounds like you need two bedrooms that can be shut off from one another....unless you can deal with a pull out sofa. I'm not familiar with the floorplans so you should call the properties.

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2. Re: 2 Room Suite in/near Syracuse? FIL snores!!

The Homewood Suites in Liverpool (Exit 36 from I-90 and Exit 25 from I-81) has two room suites and the entire hotel was just renovated top to bottom. They even have some suites with 2 bedrooms AND two bathrooms.

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3. Re: 2 Room Suite in/near Syracuse? FIL snores!!

A two bedroom suite will probably be more expensive than each getting a separate regular room. That could be your easy answer.

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