1.7 mi from SYR airport
- Amenities: Pets allowed, 24-hour front desk, Laundry, Family rooms, Free parking, Internet services, Heating, Fax/photocopying, WiFi, Free WiFi, Air conditioning, Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), On-site parking, WiFi available in all areas
- Pets Allowed with a $10.00 non refundable pet fee per stay (No Cats)
- Check in time: 3:00 PM
- Check out time: 11:00 AM
About the Super 8 Motel – Syracuse East
Situated adjacent to Interstate 90, is East Syracuse, New York’s Super8 Motel providing all the comforts of home in close proximity to Syracuse Hancock International Airport and only15 minutes away from Syracuse University. Each room, including non-smoking and handicap-accessible, offers satellite/cable television and state-of-the-art computer capability. In addition to a microwave and refrigerator in each room, Super8 provides a complimentary breakfast to be enjoyed in a charming breakfast nook or in guestroom privacy. Twenty-four-hour front desk personnel stand ready to assist with copy/fax and wake-up call service. In addition to free-guest parking, Super8’s lobby is furnished with comfortable chairs and adjacent lamps offering an ideal spot for reading or while awaiting other guests or friends. In addition to visits to Syracuse University and other nearby colleges, East Syracuse is home to non-academic venues such as Turning Stone Casino. Within a 30-mile drive, the casino hosts well-known entertainers such as KISS, Mariah Carey, Bill Cosby and others on a regular rotating schedule. Casino gaming is operated by the Oneida Indians. No visit to East Syracuse would be complete without exploring the Empire Expo Center, home to America’s oldest state fair, circa 1890. Expo Center’s annual events calendar includes boar-goat and horse competitions, antique, jewelry/ minerals shows and seasonal festivals. East Syracuse Super8 Motel is the ideal accommodation while visiting the Eire Canal and Eire Canal Village. Erected on the site of the original 1817 canal construction settlement, replicas of a village church, school, tavern, blacksmith shop, ice house and home afford visitors a glimpse into the lifestyle surrounding one of America’s historical landmarks.