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Hotel Skyler Syracuse Joins Tapestry Collection

Built in 1922 to house the Temple Adath Yeshurun congregation, and later home to Salt City Center for the Performing Arts, the eco-friendly hotel was the city's first to achieve LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Hotel Skyler Syracuse - Exterior
Hotel Skyler Syracuse Joins Tapestry Collection

Tapestry Collection by Hilton

Hotel Skyler Syracuse, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, is an eclectic, 58-room University Hill hotel within walking distance of many attractions, including Syracuse University, Carrier Dome and Upstate University Hospital. Built in 1922 to house the Temple Adath Yeshurun congregation, and later home to Salt City Center for the Performing Arts, the eco-friendly hotel was the city's first to achieve LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

"With its storied history, contemporary style and eco-friendly focus, Hotel Skyler Syracuse perfectly embodies the independent spirit of our newest brand," said Mark Nogal, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. "Our first hotel illustrates how the collection encourages hotels to preserve what makes them original while also offering new opportunities for our guests to enjoy the reliability and benefits that come with our Hilton Honors program."

The brand is also celebrating the launch of its partnership with Youth Service America. The organizations have aligned to support young people through the #LeadASAP Tapestry Collection Spark the Arts Campaign, which will activate youth to use their "spark" for the arts to improve their communities.

"Underscoring Hilton's global initiative to empower young people, we're excited to partner with Youth Service America to aid in making a true impact within the communities we serve, starting right here in Syracuse," said Nogal. "Hilton has reached over 550,000 young people through our Open Doors commitment and Tapestry Collection by Hilton is proud to contribute to the goal of impacting 1 million youth by Hilton's centennial in 2019."

#LeadASAP Tapestry Collection Spark the Arts grants will be awarded in or around Tapestry Collection hotel locations, and all project ideas should fall into the categories of either Awareness, Service, Advocacy or Philanthropy (ASAP). Beginning June 12, 2017, youth ages 12-25 who are interested in supporting the Syracuse-area can visit YSA.org/TapestryCollection for more information and to submit their application.

"#LeadASAP projects implemented through Tapestry Collection Spark the Arts grants will harness the creativity and commitment of young people to meet the needs of others," said Steven A. Culbertson, president & CEO of YSA. "When youth find their voice and take action to improve their communities through creative expressions, they can make a lasting, positive change in the world."

In addition to the YSA partnership, as one of only five LEED Platinum certified hotels in the U.S., and 11 in the world, Hotel Skyler Syracuse is committed to sustainability, boasting a number of features to help invest in a better tomorrow. For example, room keys activate lights as well as heating/cooling, which power down when guests exit the room. Low-flow fixtures in guest bathrooms aid in water efficiency, and organic fabrics, low-emission carpeting and non-toxic housekeeping products are also utilized in guestrooms. Preserving the environment is a cornerstone of Travel with Purpose, Hilton's corporate responsibility strategy to create shared value for Hilton Team Members, guests, business partners and communities.

"Hotel Skyler Syracuse has proudly earned a reputation for providing inspiring and invigorating guest experiences, thanks to cutting-edge technology, eco-friendly features and attentive service," said Robert Benetti, area general manager, Hotel Skyler Syracuse and Woodbine Hospitality. "Today, as the inaugural hotel in the Tapestry Collection, we are that and more - backed by the strength and reliability of Hilton and advantages of the Hilton Honors program." 



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