Hotel RED ROOF SYRACUSE

6614 NORTH THOMPSON ROAD, 13206 Syracuse
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08.12.16 - 09.12.16
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Earliest check-in 15:00
No breakfast
Wifi not
available
Parking directly at the hotel
Hotel information

Service & facilities

Hotel facilities

  • Elevator
  • Hotel-owned car park

Room facilities

In-house services

  • Pets permitted

Style of hotel and ambience

- From syr - syracuse hancock intl airport, from syracuse hancock international airport:, take i-81 south to i-90 east. Follow i-90 east to, exit 35 carrier circle. Follow carrier circle to, thompson rd. North exit., ., -Additional driving directons, ., Traveling on i-90:, exit at carrier circle exit 35 and travel south., Turn right onto carrier circle-sr 298 and then, turn right onto thompson road north. The red roof, inn will be visible on the right side of the road., ., Traveling on i-81:, exit onto i-90 east and follow to carrier circle, exit 35. Travel south on carrier circle and turn, right onto carrier circle-sr 298. Turn right onto, thompson road north and the red roof inn will be, visible on the right side of the road., From downtown syracuse:, travel north on i-81 north and then exit at 25-a., Merge onto i-90 east and follow to carrier circle, exit 35. Bear right onto carrier circle and then, turn right onto carrier circle-sr 298. Turn left, onto thompson road north and the red roof inn will, be visible on the right side of the road., ., Located 4.5 miles northeast of downtown syracuse., ., Corporate locations-, bristol myers squibb 2.4 MI- 3.9 KM, new venture gear 1.2 MI- 1.9 KM

Hotel data

Trade fair/conference hotel, child-friendly hotel

Service times

Earliest check-in:

3:00 PM

Accepted payment methods

  • Diners Club
  • Visa
  • Eurocard/MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Location and distance

6614 NORTH THOMPSON ROAD, 13206 Syracuse -

Surroundings of the hotel
  • 2.45 km
  • 6.61 km

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