We are committed to keeping you and our team safe during these unprecedented times. We are taking many additional steps to ensure you may enjoy our property and our facilities in a clean and safe environment. Please contact us directly with any questions.
Built in 1927, Jefferson Clinton Suites stands as one of the most historic hotels in Syracuse. It was designed by Syracuse architect Gustavus Young and was one of approximately 20 hotels in the Armory Square area that serviced the railroads. With 11 floors, it was the tallest structure of its time in the city skyline. When viewed from the western corner, the building's unusual shape presents the illusion of a facade with nothing behind it.
Fast foward to the 21st century, Jefferson Clinton Suites is one of the most modern and sustainable hotels in the area, with an array of amenities and initiatives designed to promote healthy living and protect and preserve our vital natural resources for future generations. Relax in one of our 40 Suites featuring full kitchens, seperate livingrooms and spacious bedrooms.
SUSTAINABLE FEATURES & INITIATIVES
Management and staff at Jefferson Clinton Suites work hard to minimize the impact our operations have on the world around us while ensuring our guests have a relaxing and memorable experience. We call it Sustainable Hospitality.
We’re working hard to change our procedures to limit our impact on the environment- please let us know any suggestions you may have.
- Green seal paper towels, toilet tissue and facial tissue throughout
- Sales marketing pieces and guest paper products are printed on 100% recycled stock
- Guests are offered e-folios at departure
- We provide recycling bins in all guestrooms, admin space and throughout our public space
- Green seal certified cleaning products where applicable- including laundry detergents
- We have switched 90% of our paint to low or no VOC paint
- We have a linen re-use program in place
- We use environmentally sensitive amenities in our guestrooms
- We have 90% energy efficient lighting with a bulb recycling program in place