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Motel 6 Syracuse

6577 Baptist Way I-90 at Carrier Circle, Exit #35, Syracuse, United States Show Map
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Check in from 12h / Check out prior to 12h

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Hotel description

Motel 6 Syracuse offers a comfortable setting while in Syracuse. It also provides a designated smoking area, a 24-hour reception and a wake-up service.

Motel 6 East Syracuse has 87 modern rooms that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay. Private bathrooms come with either a bath or a shower.

Guests staying at the motel can enjoy a unique dining experience at the in-house restaurant, ideally located for those who want to stay nearby when looking to sit down to a meal. A wide selection of dining options can also be found close by.

Syracuse Hancock International Airport is less than a 15-minute drive from Motel 6 Syracuse. Syracuse University, Onondaga Lake and Clinton Square are within a 20-minute car ride from the motel.

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Restaurant, Air Conditioned, Cable / Satellite TV, TV, En suite, Private Bathroom
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24 Hour Reception, Wake-up Service, Photocopier, Designated Smoking Area
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Private Toilet

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Overall Rating:
5.88/10
Cleanliness:
6.1/10
Service:
7.3/10
Amenities:
5.49/10
Location:
6.82/10
Food:
5.9/10
Rooms:
5.99/10

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