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  • Parkview Hotel
  • 713 East Genesee Street, Syracuse (Map) 
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  • A Excellent, 4.25 / 5 Based on 149 reviews
U0.5 miles from The Oncenter ( 3 mins )
&11 mins on foot
6Featured Review- Katherine: "Clean. Easy access. Great location for eating and shopping. Lovely decor and very comfortable bed!" (show more)

Pros: Clean. Easy access. Great location for eating and shopping. Lovely decor and very comfortable bed!

Cons: None.

Having never been to Syracuse, choosing this hotel was based on the web photos depicting a more unique and quaint style than bigger chain hotels. The photos were accurate and upon arrival we were not disappointed. Completely enjoyed the room and will definitely choose this hotel on future visits. Well priced and good location. Free shuttle service to our dinner location and free breakfast were an unexpected bonus.

  • Hotel Skyler
  • 601 South Crouse, Syracuse (Map) 
  • yyyyy
  • A Wonderful, 4.6 / 5 Based on 49 reviews
U0.6 miles from The Oncenter ( 3 mins )
&11 mins on foot
6- Vicki : "Very clean; staff very helpful and friendly; the hotel was close to everything we needed it for."
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The Oncenter, Syracuse

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The Oncenter Reviews

This venue is ranked #4 of 5 rated venues in Syracuse

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OVERALL AVERAGE SCORE: Very Good | 4 out of 5

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Very Good | 4 out of 5

BY: Krista C, St.Albans, VT

Staff was friendly.

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