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Central New York's Syracuse -- marketing itself with "Let Loose in the 'Cuse!" -– lies along the Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes region, as a repository for new millennium fun and historic footnotes. The Brannock Device -- that metal contraption measuring tootsies and arches in shoe stores -- was invented by Charles Brannock, founder of Syracuse's Park Brannock Shoe Co., also patenting the world's first loafer. The reclining dental chair, patented in 1840, was invented by Milton Waldo Hanchett of Syracuse. Dating to 1841, Syracuse is home to the nation's longest-running state fair, now sprawling over 365 acres at the Empire Expo Center, attracting more than a million visitors annually. Other Syracuse attractions range from the Erie Canal Museum, the Everson Museum of Art, and the International Mask and Puppet Museum to the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST), on Franklin Street. The first Franklin, a four-cylinder, two-seater, was manufactured in Syracuse, and the first Franklin car ever sold is displayed at downtown's Onondaga County Historical Association Museum. Syracuse University, founded in 1870, is home to the Carrier Dome, the northeast's largest domed stadium and the largest structure of its kind on any college campus President Grover Cleveland grew up in Syracuse, as did actors Richard Gere and Tom Cruise, the latter two graduating from North Syracuse High. Fishing, boating, hiking and camping around Oneida Lake are popular, and Niagara Falls, Lake Ontario, and New York City are all less than a day away. Greater Syracuse accommodations range from riverfront lodges, quaint bed and breakfasts, and motor inns to downtown hotels.
We have organized our listings of Syracuse's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Syracuse area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels located in the greater Syracuse area. Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) is located 7 miles north of the city.
Hotels located east of Syracuse in Utica. This area includes the cities of Rome, Herkimer, Oneida and others.
Hotels located near Lake Ontario in the city of Oswego and other surrounding cities including Fulton, Pulaski and others.
Hotels options southwest of Syracuse in the Auburn, Waterloo, and Skaneateles areas.
Hotel options located in East Syracuse.
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Area Facts: The first dentists' chair, first bank drive-up window, first Ferris wheel built in the United States, first foot measuring device now used in shoe stores everywhere and the first woman to argue a case before the U.S. Supreme Court all came from Syracuse. The local area code for Syracuse is 315.
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