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Quality Inn in Cortland, New York

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Quality Inn



Address:

188 Clinton Ave.

Cortland,
New York,
13045

Phone:
(607) 756-5622
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The Quality Inn hotel is ideally located with easy access to Interstate 81. This pet-friendly, smoke-free hotel is convenient to area attractions, like SUNY Cortland and Cortland Country Music Park. Cortland Regional Medical Center is only about a mile and a half away. Free amenities include continental breakfast, high speed WiFi, coffee in the lobby, and local calls. This Cortland, NY hotel offers business travelers conveniences like a business center and access to copy and fax services. Competitive corporate rates are offered. All rooms feature plush pillow-top mattresses, large-screen televisions, coffee makers, irons with boards and hairdryers. Microwaves and refrigerators may be rented for a small fee. Valet cleaning services are provided for guest convenience for an additional charge.

Hours of Operation:

Monday :24 Hours
Tuesday :24 Hours
Wednesday :24 Hours
Thursday :24 Hours
Friday :24 Hours
Saturday :24 Hours
Sunday :24 Hours

Categories

  • Hotels & Motels

Websites

  • reservation:https://www.choicehotels.com/new-york/cortland/quality-inn-hotels/ny260/rates?pmf=yext&mc=llyxyxpx

Emails

  • :ihelp@choicehotels.com

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Hotels and motels in Cortland are the lodging facilites to be availed by tourists. Hotels are houses that provide fully furnished rooms, with attached bathrooms and all the amenities & facilities for lodging to people. Provision of food is optional. Motels are far smaller as compared to hotels with less staff, facilities and usually owned by a family.


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