The interior design of the public areas captures the outside magic of the city, from the Syracuse Nationals Car Show to its blurred snow filled streets, leaving guests with a lasting impression about the flavor of Syracuse. The lobby, restaurant, pre-function corridors, ballrooms and meeting rooms are envisioned to be dynamic multi-use spaces combining technology and culture to create a hub for social and business activities.
The renovated lobby will be a large, open and inviting space, with a more casual and informal welcome area to check in, a communal table with technology connectivity, and numerous smaller furniture clusters that will provide more private personal areas to meet the varying needs of the hotel guests. These areas will be designed to integrate smoothly and flow together seamlessly through the strategic placement of furnishings and technology based guest services.
Corridors have become a moving experience which tie the look of public spaces to the guest rooms in a seamless flow. The interior design of the corridors is based on the play of light and shadow, creating an experiential journey for the guests. The intentional use of color, pattern and texture breaks up the journey.