CONVENIENTLY LOCATED HOTEL IN ARMORY SQUARE DOWNTOWN SYRACUSE, NY
Convenient On-Site Amenities
From a convenient business center to exceptional fitness facilities, the Jefferson Clinton Hotel Downtown Armory Square offers an array of amenities guaranteed to enhance your stay, whether you’re visiting the Syracuse area for work or play.
We offer complimentary Wi-Fi, an on-site complimentary laundry facility and same day dry cleaning service Monday through Friday. Guests may enjoy freshly baked cookies in the lobby at check-in. Upon request, guests may enhance their stay with locally made truffles, gourmet cheese and fruit platter or jumbo shrimp cocktail.
COMPLIMENTARY HOT BREAKFAST BUFFET
Start your day off right with a hot breakfast buffet, featuring selections including fresh baked local breads and pastries from Geddes Bakery and delicious omelets and waffles made to order. Coffee, tea and fresh fruit are available all day long. Breakfast is served Monday through Friday 6:30am to 9:30am and weekends and holidays 7:30am to 10:30am.
Grab an energizing workout at the fitness center, where you’ll find a treadmill, elliptical trainer, free weights and a recumbent bicycle. If you need fresh air enjoy the Onondaga Creekwalk, a 2.5 mile walking, running or biking trail just steps from the hotel. Complimentary bike rental is available at our front desk.
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Everything from standard guest toiletries including shampoo, soap, lotion, toothbrush and shaving cream to those items you may not know you need including sewing kits, stain remover, lint rollers, fabric tape, clothing steamer, phone chargers, power adapters and umbrellas. We also have playing cards and Xbox and Wii consoles with a variety of games.
Address last-minute work emergencies, stay connected with the office or print your boarding pass at our business center.
Parking is available for a fee of $10 per vehicle per night.
Room service delivery is available from some of Syracuse's most unique restaurants including Empire Brewing Company, Kitty Hoynes and Peppino's Neopolitan.