Syracuse, NY, is a city of 150,000 in the center of New York State and within the boundaries of Onandaga Nation of Iroquois Confederacy. Hotels and accommodations run the gamut, from bargain deals to five-star luxury suites. Due to the high concentration of activities, hotels sell out quickly – especially when there are big events at various venues in Syracuse, NY.
Conventions coming to Syracuse have their choice of facilities: Nicholas J Pirro Convention Center, The Convention Center, Christ the King Retreat House, and the Homewood Suites by Hilton.
From fine dining to fast food joints, Syracuse offers it all. Checkers is a five-star food source offering delivery service. Other five-star choices include Pascale Wine Bar & Restaurant, Francesca's Cucina, Angotti's Family Restaurant, Asti Caffe, Riley's, Black Olive, among others.
Syracuse has one place at the top of this list and that is the Syracuse University Carrier Dome – especially with tickets in hand. If you are a visitor, vacationer, or business traveler with time on your hands, there are museums, landmarks, and activities that are entertaining, educational, and historical.
The number of malls within Syracuse is enormous. However, it appears that the Carousel Center is top in its class.
Public transportation is abundant: taxis, cars, buses, transit, limousines, or bicycles are available just around the corner and Amtrak and the International Airport both serve Syracuse and the surrounding metropolitan area. Shuttles transport arriving visitors to various lodgings and take departing travelers to their transportation of choice.