In Cicero, New York, a peaceful suburb of Syracuse, you’re sure to find a few great ways to enjoy some rest and relaxation.
During the summer months, head to Joseph F. William Memorial Park for beach access to the lovely Lake Oneida, the largest lake in the state of New York. Picnic by the veranda, sit back and enjoy the birdsong, or dive right in for a swim. Take a bite of fresh local produce at the weekly farmer’s market for a delicious taste of all the region has to offer.
For golf enthusiasts, a trip to the Northern Pines Golf Club’s tranquil greens ought to do the trick. Or, if all of this R&R has got you craving something fast and loud, ESTA Safety Park Dragstrip might be more your style. Just watching those cars whip around the track is bound to get your blood pumping.
A trip to Syracuse's historic downtown is a fabulous way to spend the day. Check in your hotel’s lobby or at the front desk for information and brochures to help you navigate the wealth of entertainment options available. Scour the antique shops, dine, and wander among the beautiful old buildings downtown. Explore hands-on exhibits at the Museum of Science and Technology, which also boosts New York’s only Full-Dome IMAX Omnitheater. Take in a show at the gorgeous Stanley Center for the Arts. Depending on the night, you could catch a Symphony Orchestra, Broadway theater, a pop concert, or a famous comedian.
Whether you spend your time on the shores of Oneida, pounding the city pavement or doing a little of both, you’ll love knowing that your peaceful IHG Cicero hotel room is there to cap off your day. Convenient, comfortable and affordable, there’s no better place to stay in Cicero than IHG.
Stay connected in Dewitt, a welcoming neighborhood nestled in East Syracuse, New York, and enjoy our hotel's practicality. You can work productively on the free high-speed, wireless Internet access using your laptop, tablet or our 24-hour business center.
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