Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Salina, Econo Lodge and Suites North Syracuse is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation.
Econo Lodge North Syracuse is a budget friendly hotel offering a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a seating area in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk. Plus, guests can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Salina. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you like pubs, North Syracuse Econo Lodge is conveniently located near Salt City Grille.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Econo Lodge and Suites North Syracuse is sure to make your visit to Salina one worth remembering.
Stopped in with the kids on our way up to Canada. There are not of frills, but the TV worked, the beds were comfortable, and the breakfast options (waffle, pastries, etc) were decent. Our room (one of the suites) appeared to have been recently renovated. The staff, both at night and in the morning, were very friendly and helpful. Not a bad place to stay, if you are looking for a bed and quick breakfast.
A diversion required me to quickly stay overnight here. The ex-Marine gentleman at the front was amazing. He personally picked me up and dropped me off at the airport. The facilities were clean and neat. I can easily reccomend.
The night I checked in with my family, the clerk at the front desk was very helpful. he gave a nice room located on the 2nd floor in the newer section. In fact from the last time I was here they have Painted the hallways I noticed and even the outside of the hotel. The room was done up with the new vinyl flooring along with new drapes and lamps. The morning came and the Delicious homemade waffle along with the fruit and yogurt with the variety of pastries and juice and coffee make for a great breakfast. this truly was a great place for my family to stay. thanks to the staff.
Last minute reservations..only location with rooms available on the one night we needed a room. The room was basic sleeping needs. Very outdated. Floors were in need of mopping horribly. Breakfast was mostly processed muffins and pastries...but did have some fresh fruit..more than I expected. I can't say that I would stay there again, but it was a room when we needed one and I did feel relatively safe.
There is no house keeping when I checked in there were stains on the sheets and blanket I let it go went to work came back to the hotel same sheets and blanket on the bed they don’t change the beds it’s nasty stay somewhere else
Given the wide range of reviews, I was a bit concerned about booking this hotel. However, I didn't experience any of the problems some reviewers of this hotel complained about. I arrived at SYR at midnight, and the night clerk (who doubles as the airport shuttle driver) picked me up at baggage claim within 10 minutes of my call. Everything worked in the room (heater, refrigerator, coffee maker, etc). The Pergo flooring (which I prefer over carpet) was clean. Plenty of clean towels and hot water. The bed sheets and linens were clean. The night I stayed, the hotel was dead quiet. For the money I paid, I'm happy with this hotel.
Stayed with my wife before going to state fair, room was updated and clean. Bathroom clean and plenty of towels. Staff friendly and helpful. Thought it was a little weird not having carpet in room, (pergo flooring), but got used to it. Definitely recommend for a good night's sleep and clean room.
Stayed in the jacuzzi suite, not bad, small tub for 2 Staff friendly / Breakfast is quick, nothing special Rooms were comfortable / choice of restraunets off down the road / Quick excess to thruways although, bring a GPS easily to get lost with quick turn offs
We were returning home from South Carolina. We were distraught and trying to get back home to be with our children as our grandson is gravely ill. We were caught in a blinding lake effect snow storm and forced off the road to shelter somewhere for a few hours. Unfortunately for us we found this place. It was 1:30 am and we were exhausted, just needed somewhere to rest for a few hours. After standing in the snow and ringing the office bell a man met us and let us in. He gave us a deal - $71 US dollars or $91Canadian to us. Not cheap. We were given a “Non-Smoking” room #208. Once inside we found a dingy dirty room with cigarette burns in bedding, which also looked like it had been slept in. Furniture was old, stained and damaged. The room was freezing cold and smelled awful. There was no hand soap, no toilet tissue, no plug for the bath, a broken coffee maker, no remote for tv, and internet did not work. We spent 4 uncomfortable hours resting in our coats on top of beds. We did not dare to face the complimentary breakfast. We did not use shower - it was too cold and there was no soap anyway. As we left I told the same man who checked us in what I thought. He just said - somewhat sarcastically - “Oh, I’m sorry”, but no offer of a credit or anything else. We have stayed in countless inexpensive motels along routes i95 and i81 on our travels to and fro south, and this is the very worst experience ever. Just don’t go there! You have been warned.…
I don't understand the people writing horror stories in their reviews. It's a budget hotel, but the room was fine. Wi-fi worked, TV worked, all the lights worked. It was clean. I wasn't expecting the Ritz-Carlton for sixty five dollars a night. But I stayed here two nights and it was a reasonable stay.