Find Luxury Hotels in Syracuse, NY from CA $57
Search over 1 million properties and 550 airlines worldwide
Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Top Syracuse Luxury Hotels
Reviewed on Sep. 25, 2020
Reviewed on Sep. 21, 2020
Reviewed on Sep. 23, 2020
Want to find a great accommodation for your luxury trip to Syracuse? Expedia can help you arrange a flight to Syracuse, NY (SYR-Hancock Intl.) airport or Cortland, NY (CTX-Cortland County) airport, and then you can select from various places to stay that will deliver the luxury you'd like to find. Amenities are important when you plan a trip, so we make it easy to find what you want to make your stay relaxing and comfortable. If you want an upscale hotel with a spa, an indoor pool, or luxury bedding, Expedia can assist you in finding the best luxury hotel experience that Syracuse offers. Known for its shopping and theater, Syracuse also has some interesting things to see and do including Museum of Science and Technology and Erie Canal Museum, so you may want to take in the local sights during your visit.
When to Visit Syracuse
Here's what you can expect the weather to be like while you are staying in Syracuse:
- Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 80°F
- Coldest months: January, February, December, and March, with an average temperature of 17°F
- Driest months: February, January, March, and April, with an average rainfall of 2.69 inches
- Rainiest months: July, September, August, and November, with an average rainfall of 3.65 inches
Enjoy all that Syracuse has to offer and visit Museum of Science and Technology, Erie Canal Museum, and Everson Museum of Art. If you have some spare time during your trip, you might want to check out OnCenter Complex and Carrier Dome.Some other things that make Syracuse special are the:
- University life
- Live music
- Whale watching
Getting Around Syracuse
Take advantage of local transportation options that make it easy to see Syracuse. To see more of the surrounding area, ride one of the trains from Syracuse Regional Transportation Center or New York State Fair Station.