The Genesee Grande Hotel

1060 E Genesee St, Syracuse, New York, 13210, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 1060 E Genesee St, Syracuse, is near Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Museum of Science & Technology, Everson Museum of Art, and Salt Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Genesee Grande Hotel Syracuse

    Elegance at the Genesee Inn

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    Sophiscated yet relaxing. From the rooms to the hotel staff everything is done with the comfort of the guests in mind. Very relaxing.

    Style & Grace

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    This is a wonderful hotel and we would recommend it highly to anyone staying in Syracuse. Beautifully appointed lobby and rooms, friendly professional staff, comfortable and cozy - from the fireplace in the lobby to the uniquely furnished rooms.

    The most luxurious hotel in Syracuse!

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    I recently stayed at The Genesee Inn Hotel during a business trip to Syracuse and I highly recommend this hotel to anyone that appreciates basking in luxury! This hotel is beautifully appointed with luxurious ammenities - the beds are unbelievably comfortable...the guestrooms are gorgeous - featuring many "little touches" such as chenille throws that make one feel at home. This hotel has been completely renovated and they left no stone unturned...it's beautiful! I have stayed there on two separate occasions and I'm looking forward to a return trip next week!

    Company visit

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    On a corporate visit to Syracuse, our company put us up at the Genesee Inn, so I have no idea what they paid. I was in a suite which usually our company doesn't spring for, however when I asked if this was the big suite and what does it go for, the front desk informed me that I was actually in a junior suite. The manager gave me a tour of the rooms, at least five different styles. As a seasoned traveler, I was surprised to say the least. I was surprised at the quality of the hotel for a small city, and I was surprised the manager took time out of his day to show me the other rooms in the hotel. Thank you Julian for the tour.

    What a find!

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    The Genessee Inn is a gem of a hotel. The rooms are beautifully furnished and the suites are designed to accommodate both business and family travelers. The service was excellent and the food delicious.

    This hotel is my choice when I visit Syracuse!

    Nice

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    Very nice people at the front desk. It wasn't very busy, they said because they just finished a renovation and nobody knows about it, so I am telling you. The room I stayed in was not only more than adequate in size, but luxurious. Nothing I have had in Syracuse before. The only place I will stay when I come back. Thank you for a wonderful visit.

    Great for a reception, overnight accom. & restaurant

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    We recently had my son's rehearsal dinner, wedding reception @ the Gen. Inn. I cannot say enough good about it! The accomodations are first class, the food was superb and the employees of the Gen Inn were top-notch! We spent the night at the Mayflower and the suite was wonderful in every way. Anything you could want was there. The food both at the reception and meals I have ate there on my own was very, very good. I highly recommend this facility - no matter what the event! Our guests were both impressed and pleased with everything. Best kept secret in Syracuse!

    First class

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    What a welcoming place for out-of-towners like us...or the perfect romantic get-away for locals! My husband and two children had the pleasure of staying at the Genesee Inn for a friend's wedding reception that was recently held there. It couldn't have been more perfect. Not only was the reception one of the most impressive I've ever been to (the food was incredible and the service was impecable) but the room was very tastefully furnished, extremely clean, and so well suited for our family of four (with a pull-out for the kids in the sitting area and a beautiful granite kitchen). I would recommend The Genesee Inn for anyone treaveling to the Syracuse area....or as a weekend treat for two!

    The Best

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    My stay at Genesee Inn Hotel was just perfect. We had a beautiful (newly renovated!) room that offered space & luxury. Our meals (breakfast & dinner) were just wonderful, truly first-class service accompanied a perfect stay. This hotel is THE place in Syracuse, to stay, to eat...for everything. It's perfect!

    King Luxury Suites

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    I've just had a wonderful stay at the Genesee Inn Hotel. The newly renovated King Luxury suites are worth every penny. The staff was friendly and helpful from check-in to check-out. I will make a point to visit the hotel whenever I'm in the area.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Genesee Grande Hotel Syracuse

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