When you stay at Hilton Garden Inn Syracuse in East Syracuse, you'll be convenient to Brooklawn Golf Course. This hotel is within the vicinity of Old Erie Canal Historic State Park and Shoppingtown Mall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 100 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with bathtubs are provided. Conveniences include irons/ironing boards, and rollaway/extra beds can be requested.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy a range of recreational amenities, including an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness facility.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Hilton Garden Inn Syracuse.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and express check-out. Free parking is available onsite.
Full Service Hotel Year Built 1985 Year Remodeled 2011 Additional Property Description Enjoy a warm welcome at the newly updated Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center. It features a major transformation for a fresh look and added comforts. Check out our recently renovated lobby with the addition of the Link at Sheraton experienced with Microsoft. Enjoy our redesigned guest rooms..each with ultra comfortable Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds as well as complimentary wireless High Speed Internet. Club Guests will enjoy the upscale comfort of our Club Lounge with views of the historic campus. Located on the scenic Syracuse University campus..our hotel features over 10K square feet of flexible meeting space and complimentary transportation is provided to and from Hancock Intl Airport as well as the bus/rail transportation center. There is plenty to see and do..from shopping at the renowned Carousel Center Mall to great nightlife on famed Marshall Street.
As stunning fall colors settle into the leaves of Saratoga County, beer lovers gather at the Malta Drive-In to celebrate the changing of the season with 27 different German and seasonal fall craft beers. Traditional German food complements a wide selection of American seasonal favorites, such as the Fall Summit ale from Peak Organic Brewing Company and the traditional Oktoberfest beer produced yearly by the Spaten brewery. The organizers endeavor to entertain more than taste buds, arranging live musical performances throughout the day from German accordion player Herb Liebenhagen, Saratoga favorite Headband Jack, and the Bluz House Rockers. Visitors also partake in games and contests such as Best Brat Costume or Who Smells the Most Like Cabbage.
Lakeland Winery's winemaking parties bridge the gap between independent home brewers and off-the-shelf wine buyers with engaging and informative viticultural classes. Experts trained in conversational French oversee groups of up to 15 at the winery, where they can choose to sample the store’s award-winning wines for a small fee before deciding which variety to make. After the wine has fermented, groups can cork each bottle and design a label, choosing from designs that include elegant fonts or scenes depicting the messy breakup of the California Raisins.
Burgundy booths and dark-clothed tables give Sweet Basil Thai House's spacious dining room an alluring mystique, which sets the scene for the artful plating of classic Thai dishes presented by native-born chefs. Their specialties run from favorites such as pad thai and pineapple fried rice to red-curry duck, which they roast to crisp before simmering it with pineapple and vegetables. While these dishes are prepared, the wait staff moves about the tables, dropping off glasses of Thai iced tea and fresh coconut juice or willing corks to leap from bottles of wine that diners brought with them.
As the name implies, Kellie's No Name Diner exudes an unpretentious, no-frills attitude, with friendly servers carting out plates of hearty American diner fare. Guests pair piping-hot cups of coffee with huge portions of eggs and bacon, waffles, and pancake stacks, chatting with neighbors and passing the time until lunch, where feasts of roasted chicken, chicken parmesan, and fried fish quell noisy stomach rumbles.