Rodeway Inn

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$ 65

Property Location Located in Syracuse, Rodeway Inn is in the business district, within a 5-minute drive of Brooklawn Golf Course and Palace Theater. This motel is 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Destiny USA and 10.4 mi (16.8 km) from Syracuse University. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and ki...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location Located in Syracuse, Rodeway Inn is in the business district, within a 5-minute drive of Brooklawn Golf Course and Palace Theater. This motel is 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Destiny USA and 10.4 mi (16.8 km) from Syracuse University. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Brooklawn Golf Course - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi - Palace Theater - 3.6 km / 2.2 mi - Le Moyne College - 5.2 km / 3.3 mi - ArtRage Gallery - 7.2 km / 4.5 mi - Erie Canalway Trail - 7.3 km / 4.6 mi - NBT Bank Stadium - 7.6 km / 4.7 mi - Central New York Regional Market - 7.7 km / 4.8 mi - Destiny U...

6578 Thompson Rd, Syracuse, NY 13206, USA - Syracuse, New York - U.S - 13206

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Reviewed 3 november, 2021

I wished it was like the photos and statements used on the website. Unfortunately, it wasn't. The hotel is going through an akward renovation resulting in half updated spaces. My room was clean and the bedding was top notch and very comfortable. One half of the large window was dressed nice (the other section wasn't) and the bathroom was half updated (shower was all newly tiled but faucet wasn't attached to anything behind the tiles, and the mirror, sink and vanity were old and marked up with burns). It was quiet at night and the AC worked well. There was no breakfast, although the website said there would be. Someone had thrown up next to my car in the one hour between when I checked in and when I left for dinner. That was still there the next morning when I checked out.

Karol H

Housekeeper

Reviewed 12 may, 2020

I recently stayed at the Redroof Inn in East Syracuse. As I was walking out of my room to checkout, a housekeeper named Mia, gave me attitude about hurrying up to get out of the room. I proceeded to the lobby where she came in and was putting her finger in my face saying we need to have a conversation outside. I felt threatened and attacked. Being a manager in the hospitality industry, I would never tolerate this type of behavior and there would be severe consequences. I feel an unjust was done and hope no one else has to experience what I did.

Zross716

Great stay

Reviewed 9 august, 2018

This is a great place to stay! Great place for a great price. I stayed here a few times and every time I was met with a smile and had a great stay. Rooms are good. Good breakfast I would definitely stay again.

Jamaal T

Easy check in, easy access. And affordable!

Reviewed 25 july, 2018

Very easy to get to off the Carrier circle round about. And next door neighbors with Dunkin donuts! Comfy beds! No elevator. Breakfast is basic. Just remember...it is economical, easy to find & comfy with lots of parking!

V M

should never have come here

Reviewed 25 november, 2017

One part not their fault: we screwed up and inadvertently reserved a smoking room (yes, you can still find them, even in New York State). However...that room was the scruffiest place I have stayed in probably 40 years. Time was, we stayed in lots of cheap lodging, it was kind of a challenge. One cabin in New Hampshire, you could actually put your toe into a hole through the floor near the toilet. But that was then. So the room is really beat up, with dents in the inside of the door where some rowdy guest punched it out or had his head slammed into it, who can say. The bar of soap is tiny on the one hand, and insoluble in water on the other hand (or on either had or both together rubbing). The drawers are falling out of the dresser (not sure where the gideon bible is, if any). They apparently got into a feud with Dunkin next door because you can't park on that side of the motel, Dunkin threatens with a sign to tow your car, and you can't even walk around the building to get to your room because Dunkin built a wall and put up a hedge. Apparently the motel does own the sidewalk behind the building in front of the rear rooms, but nothing else. To get to the back you have to walk through the lobby and out through a door held open with a towel wrapped around the latch so it doesn't lock. By the time you book your stay they may have torn the place down, so if you are looking to try for a really bad room you may need to hurry. No sign of a wrecking ball, however.

donald g