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Read all about it as our Marriott Syracuse Hotel renovations continue to evolve.

Syracuse Hotel Renovation

The latest collection of news as we renovate and evolve at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown, formerly Hotel Syracuse.

A Piece of History Returns to Hotel Syracuse
“Family members donated a bronze plaque of the first hotel president. Joseph Griffin helped build and run the hotel in the early 20th century.”

Work At Marriott Syracuse Downtown Ahead of Schedule
“It’s going very well. We’re actually a little ahead of schedule in some areas. The weather was kind to us this early winter and hopefully it’ll keep up,” said Ed Riley, Marriott Syracuse Downtown owner.”

Famed hotel nearing end of $70M restoration and rebranding
“When the restoration is completed, the property will have 261 guest rooms and 18 suites, three ballrooms, a conference center, a full-service restaurant, a sports bar, steak house, and a coffee shop.”

Despite construction, dream weddings planned at Hotel Syracuse
“The active construction hasn’t deterred couples from planning their dream weddings here. Hotel owner Ed Riley says giving couples…a place to make memories is the whole reason he wanted to bring the Hotel Syracuse back to life.”

Cafe Kubal to open at Marriott Syracuse Downtown
“Cafe Kubal will be the official coffee shop of the Marriott Syracuse Downtown. The hotel announced… the storefront will be on South Warren Street and have access to the street level lobby.”

Former Hotel Syracuse tower to become extended-stay hotel
“The new owners of the 15-story tower added to the Hotel Syracuse in the early 1980s plan to turn it into an extended-stay hotel.”

Crews restoring Hotel Syracuse features for new Marriott
“Before the restoration, though there’s been a good deal of what you could call archeology there with the uncovering of several hidden gems.”

St. Patrick’s Day Events in Syracuse include our Historic Hotel
“The Hotel Syracuse was a major part of the St. Patrick’s Day event in Syracuse some time ago and it is so exciting that it will return again as the place to honor the Grand Marshal.”

Our Syracuse hotel renovation is nearly complete! The days are getting closer to when we will be welcoming our first guests! Continued to stay tuned for the latest developments.

Until next week, 

The Marriott Syracuse Downtown