Country Inn & Suites by Radisson opens Syracuse hotel

The hotel is located 3 miles from Syracuse Hancock International Airport. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, an upper-midscale hotel brand, opened the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Syracuse North, N.Y. The hotel recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation that features the brand’s latest design encompassing modern interiors, furnishings, guestrooms and suites. The hotel is located 3 miles from Syracuse Hancock International Airport.

“As part of our five-year strategic plan, we aim to accelerate the transformation of our Country Inn & Suites by Radisson portfolio to our Generation 4 product,” Aly El-Bassuni, SVP, franchise operations, Americas, Radisson Hotel Group, said in a statement. “This hotel is a wonderful representation of that plan in action and a strong partnership with our owner, who is committed to investing in their property and delivering exceptional hospitality to our guests.”

The hotel offers 76 guestrooms and suites, along with pet friendly rooms. Guests have access to an onsite fitness center, business center, free Wi-Fi and a complimentary breakfast. Throughout their stay, guests can treat themselves to complimentary freshly baked cookies as well as coffee and tea.

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“We are thrilled to open the doors to our refreshed hotel under the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson brand,” Naresh Patel, owner of the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Syracuse North, said in a statement. “Our hotel’s modern design, complimentary amenities and focus on providing a welcoming, home-like atmosphere is guaranteed to make us a success.”

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