We enjoyed our one night at Hotel Skyler. It is only 4 years old and it is nice that everything is so new. It was very clean and our room was well appointed. The bathroom was quite large with a very nice tiled shower (no tub). The lobby had a complimentary breakfast that was also very good. The staff were very helpful and willing to suggest local things to see and do. We ended up at Destiny USA mall. A very large mall with lots of cjoices of stores. It was only 5 minutes by car from the hotel.
We would stay there again.
Lovely hotel. Rooms were nicely appointed and comfortable and bathroom was very clean. Breakfast was good, staff was friendly and parking and internet were free. Perfect hotel for those who are exploring surrounding areas and looking for a nice place to rest at night.
We spent a weekend here and it was a nice getaway. My family was visiting so we gave them our house as opposed to having them pay for a suite at a hotel. We were pleasantly surprise with room. It was nicely refurbished. Apparently Sheraton has been updating their accommodations. The bed was very comfortable. Overall a nice stay.
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The hotel is reasonably priced, with a good location. Our room was just like the pictures on the hotel website. Everything was clean, & except for a hole in the drywall where it looks like they planned to put a vent, the entire room was actually perfect! The staff was knowledgeable about local events and did a great job of promoting them, too, but a problem with the construction is that the front desk was located in one of the rooms, making things cramped for check-in and for breakfast. I hope that their repairs include improving the angle of the ramp from street to hotel parking lot, as we scraped bottom coming in, but there is a lot of energy and a lot of money going into improvements so I have no doubt that future guests will like what they see.
Syracuse, “the Salt City,” has its downtown at the southern end of Onondaga Lake. The restaurants, shops, and bars in Armory Square are popular with students from Syracuse University, about 3 miles away (5 km), and the summer months bring cultural festivals to the downtown streets.