Syracuse Hotels by Neighborhood

Make your experience seamless by booking your adventure at one of our many area hotels.

Search by neighborhood for the perfect retreat. With 50+ hotels in the area and 7,000 rooms available, there are plenty of ways to come stay with us in Syracuse.


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Syracuse Hancock International Airport Renovations since the pandemic


Offering up plenty of parks and greenspaces, restaurants, bars, shopping and close proximity to Syracuse Hancock International Airport and major interstates, the North Suburbs and Airport area of Syracuse is convenient for travelers of all kinds.


City of Syracuse Skyline Facing the Dome


The hub of the city, Downtown consists of many unique districts, including Armory Square, Hanover Square, Clinton Square and Columbus Circle. Downtown Syracuse is the perfect place to walk, bike or drive around, take in the sights and sample some of the best bites our city has to offer.


Ariel View of Hall of Languages Building

University Hill

Accommodations at the heart of the Syracuse University and SUNY ESF action — University Hill is home to national hotel brands & unique boutique resorts offering all the comforts of home and Downtown living, including exclusive eateries and swanky shopping.


Sunset at the Iron Pier in Inner Harbor, Syracuse

Inner Harbor

Walkable from Downtown and located near major interstates, the up and coming Inner Harbor district is a sidewalk community located at the eastern shore of Onondaga Lake. Discover nearby attractions, restaurants, bars, breweries, hotels, trails, shops and Destiny USA — the largest shopping & entertainment complex in New York State.


Sunset at Onondaga Lake Park


With several hotel options near Syracuse's Hancock International Airport, Interstate 81, Destiny USA and Oneida Lake, Syracuse's North Area has plenty of choices for places to rest your head after a day of activities and travel. Many of the area's hotels offer transportation to and from the airport, and visitors can enjoy multiple restaurant and shopping options nearby.

Entrance to Beak and Skiff with Tractor and Buildings in Background


Just south of the city are gorgeous rolling hills and vast valleys to enjoy year-round. Cruise historic scenic byways and enjoy everything apple in the autumn, or take advantage of Syracuse's healthy winter snowfall at one of the nearby ski resorts. Spend spring and summer among the pristine nature trails or at one of the many waterfalls — there's more than enough outdoor activities nearby to satisfy, no matter the season.


Doubletree Pool Exterior    


Conveniently located off I-90/New York State Thruway, Carrier Circle and East Syracuse are home to over a dozen hotels just minutes from Downtown Syracuse & Le Moyne College. Sitting at the intersection of many major highways, hotels in this area are close to several corporate and commercial headquarters and are just a short drive to many attractionsarea restaurants and shops.


Lakeview Amphitheater at Night with Crowd Lit Up

West & Fairgrounds

Right at the edge of the city lies the open air St. Joseph's Lakeview Amphitheater, New York State Fairgrounds where the annual New York State Fair is hosted, Onondaga Lake and accompanying parks and trails, as well as diverse cuisine and shopping center in Fairmount and Camillus.


Syracuse Hancock International Airport Renovations since the pandemic


Nestled on the shores of Skaneateles Lake and Taking the number one spot on Oprah Magazine's Charming American Towns You Haven't Heard of But Should Visit ASAP list, Skaneateles is the spot to experience the beauty, luxury and hospitality of the Finger Lakes. You'll find quaint but affluent shops, stunning restaurants, charming B&Bs, pristine colonial residences and the occasional celebrity sighting.