We spent two nights at the Courtyard at Armory Square and loved it. The hotel is beautifully decorated, the rooms large and clean and the staff exceptionally friendly and helpful. The location is an easy walk to many restaurants, bars and shops and not far from Syracuse University. We are looking forward to staying there again.
Welcome to the brand new Courtyard Syracuse Downtown at Armory Square. As a guest, you can valet park your car and step into …More
Front desk staff, not so great. I kept getting the "B" team when I had questions or needed help. Why put someone up front to deal with guests if you can't help them? There was no supervision (like person was in training). Other than that, great location, within walking distance to SU.
Traveller from SLC,UT
Enjoy a warm, familiar welcome at Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel & Conference Center. Located on the scenic campus of …More
This older hotel is in a great location to the Armory Square restaurants, etc and not far from Syracuse University, where our daughter attends. The staff is nice and the room was quiet. The negatives are that our room was comfortable, but looked like it had been redone by Home Depot, which is too bad, since it is a historic building. The elevator (only one of) was very slow, but that is understandable being in an older building. We were on the ninth floor, so it was a bit of an issue. The breakfast was pretty good, but coffee was average and the muffin I had seemed stale. My husband had a fresh omelet and the chef running that station was wonderful.
In a nutshell, great location, good price, but could be a tad nicer on the rooms; at least the one we had.
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.