My girlfriend and I stayed two nights in this hotel for a wedding during memorial day weekend.
The area this Inn is located is a nice busy area. It is close to Syracuse but far enough away where you are not in a city type of area. It is on a busy road, but this means it is close to any shopping you may want/have to do, close to a Wegmans and most banks and plenty of restaurants.
The rooms were nice although it seems to be a hit or miss after talking with some people. Our room had the standard hotel ammenities such as a fridge and desk to do any kind of work you may have. The bed was very comfortable although a couple of stains on the blanket. It was a dark stain, almost as if something was burnt by the bed. It wasn't a big stain and didn't seem like anything disgusting caused it, so I wasn't to bothered by it. The room also had a mini fridge which was nice, but some other people I talked to didn't have one so it seems like this could be hit or miss.
The bathroom was clean and an average size. The showers however were not great. There was very, very little water pressure so it was a little tough taking a shower in the morning. Also, there was only 1 roll of toliet paper available and it wasn't a new roll so once we were out of that the first night and had to wait for the maid to come to replace.
The lobby of the hotel has a woodsy/cabin feel with a nice fire place in the middle. They provided coffee/tea in the morning. There are also two buildings to the hotel. The main building has the lobby/fitnesscenter/rooms while the building next to it was a restaurant/bar, confernce center and suites. The bar was nice but closes at 12AM and the conference center was a decent size, not to big but could hold about 150 people.
I am not sure if this was because of the holiday weekend (memorial day), but the pricing seemed a bit on the high end for this hotel. But all in all, this was a good place to spend the weekend with plenty of things to do in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The American Arts and Crafts Movement blossomed at the turn of the 20th century on the tree lined streets of peaceful villages in upstate New York. The movement was a personal and architectural revolt against the ornateness of the Victorian style. This Movement sparked a period of design characterized by simplicity, honestly and integrity. Here in Fayetteville, Leopold and John George Stickley created Arts and Crafts furniture using innovative construction techniques which have endured as hallmarks of the Movement. The Craftsman Inn is dedicated to these Craftsman ideals. Look around, the designs that inspire the building, the chairs and tables, the lighting and pictures, all evoke that ideal. Our Limestone Grille was launched in 2008 as the heir to our more stately Craftsman House. The Limestone reflects the 21st century evolution of these concepts as once again a desire for a simpler, truer,more authentic approach becomes prevalent. Our dining room and lounge reflect clean, Mission style design but with warm colors, classic furnishings, and contemporary appointments. Our service staff and bartenders provide friendly yet attentive service, knowledgeable without being presumptuous, helping to create the sense of relaxed comfort we all seem to miss so much of the time. That end result is what inspires us to do the best we can. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Craftsman Hotel Fayetteville