The historic Hotel Syracuse, located in Syracuse, New York, was designed by renowned hotel designer William Stone Post of George B. Post & Sons of New York City in 1921 with the hotel built from 1922-1924. The 91-year old hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
As of June 2015, work on the restoration of the historic hotel had begun. The restoration of the hotel is of overwhelming interest to officials and locals, with many hoping the revamped hotel will bring additional recognition to Syracuse and complement the Nicholas J. Pirro Convention Center. The hotel, officially renamed the Marriott Downtown Syracuse, is slated to open for business in the Spring of 2016 with 261 guest rooms, 17 suites, and all major historic spaces returned to their former grandeur.
“We are delighted to celebrate the rebirth of the historic Hotel Syracuse as the Marriott Syracuse Downtown, and to commend all members of the project team for their leadership and vision.”
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Grand Light artisans hand-paint Lobby chandelier swags with a historically accurate finish.
The Marriott Syracuse Downtown Persian Terrace custom chandeliers and wall sconces installed.