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Hostels in New York
HI-Syracuse, Downing International Hostel
Syracuse is a great base from which to explore central New York State!
The hostel, loacted in a Victorian mansion built in 1895, features stained-glass windows and an ornate staircase.
The hostel is centrally located to the Finger Lakes, Lake Ontario, and the New ork State Fair.
Explore Syracuse's history at the Onondaga Historical Association, Erie…
HI-New York City
The #1 Hostel in New York is in the Heart of the Big Apple
Located in a landmark building on the Upper West Side, HI-New York City is the premier hostel in New York. Only two blocks from Central Park, this Big Apple hostel is also close to a main subway line, Columbia University, lots of bars and a 24 hour grocery store. Once you’re ready to venture further,…
HI-Tibbetts Point Lighthouse
HI-Tibbetts Point Lighthouse Hostel is located at the point where Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River meet. After the lighthouse became fully automated in 1976, the Victorian-era lightkeeper's quarters was converted to a hostel. Explore the Lighthouse Museum next door.
In the town of Cape Vincent, visit the Historical Museum, Fisheries Station - Aquarium and Breakwater Gallery.…
About New York
The state of New York has it all – astounding natural beauty, urban culture, and never-ending excitement. Hostelling International USA offers numerous hostels throughout the state, including Buffalo – Niagara Falls, Cape Vincent, Syracuse, and New York City. New York adventures near HI hostels include the world-famous Niagara Falls, where visitors can view the falls from high above the Horseshoe Falls or American Falls, or even beneath the falls from the Maid of the Mist cruise line. Buffalo features a high-energy nightlife and inspiring cuisine – it’s even the home of the Buffalo wing, first served in the city’s Anchor Bar. HI’s Cape Vincent hostel is located along the St. Lawrence Seaway, home to thousands of islands along the U.S. and Canadian borders. Syracuse is home to the annual Winterfest event, held every February – fitting for the city that receives more snow on average than any other U.S. city.