Located in the cool, historic neighborhood of Elmwood Village, this B&B offers all the comforts of home away from home. In fact, this place asks that you inquire if children are welcome for those particular days before you reserve a room. The idea behind the policy is because the B&B is meant to be a place of respite for adults. There are four different rooms; the Master Suite, The Middle Western Room, The Middle Eastern Room and the Skylight Suite. Each one provides quirky accommodations, for instance the Middle Eastern Room has its restroom across the hall (still private) and the Master has a double Jacuzzi!
Luxury is the word that comes to mind when you stay at the Mansion on Delaware. This 1869 Second Empire Mansion has 28 unique guest rooms and some feature fireplaces and bay windows that look out over Delaware Avenue. Amenities include 24hr. on-call butlers alongside room service also served at any time. Mornings include a deluxe, continental European breakfast and evenings include cocktails, both complimentary. The hotel in its prior state was a boarded up, dilapidated building, then it was rehabbed and became a world-class hotel that has its place on the Historic Hotels of America registry. It has received the AAA's prestigious Four-diamond designation and has also been featured in publications such as Architectural Digest and the New York Times.
Located in the historic Jackson Building that is nearly a century old, Hampton Inn & Suites Buffalo Downtown offers comfortable rooms and convenient amenities. The hotel is perfect for both business and leisure travelers, the former has access to state-of-the-art facilities and the latter access to all of the sights downtown. After a day exploring Buffalo or attending meetings, don't forget unwind in their indoor swimming pool or their whirlpool.
This hotel might be more known for its inimitable restaurant, Russell's Steaks, Chops & More, than its incarnation a hotel. Nonetheless, Salvatore's still provides plush accommodations for those who wish to stay close to the airport, but don't want a standard chain hotel. Each room's walls are painted in soothing, warm tones and some have in-suite fireplaces and Jacuzzi bathtubs. The hotel also offers special packages for couples and conference spaces for corporate or business events.
This building in which this hotel is housed was the first one in the U.S. designed by a professional female architect, Louise Blanchard Bethune. Built at the beginning of the 20th Century, the ornate and commanding edifice delights all visitors with its stunning interiors and classic facade. The striking guest lobby, with its impeccable Art Deco details will take your breath away and the guest rooms still retain the charm of the original architect. Despite the nod to nostalgia, the rooms incorporate contemporary furnishings and luxurious amenities, both which make for a comfortable stay. For food, the building houses two stellar restaurants, the Pan-American Grill and Pearl Street Brewery alongside Brawler's Back Alley Deli for more informal non sit-down service.
Located on the Roycroft Campus in the town of East Aurora, this picturesque country inn is one of 14 buildings on this National Historic site where writer-philosopher Elbert Hubbard started his utopian arts-and-crafts community in 1895. Following a multi-million dollar renovation project, the inn reopened with every modern convenience, including the latest audio-visual equipment for special functions. The guest rooms, however, retain their original charm: wicker furniture, Roycroft lamps and William Morris wallpaper. There's also a full-service cocktail lounge-restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This is the biggest hotel in Western New York following an 18-million-dollar renovation and expansion. The Adam's Mark is located in the heart of downtown and this elegant property features rich woodwork throughout and a remodeled 4,000 square foot lobby alongside comfortable rooms and luxury services. The hotel is just a few minutes from plenty of downtown attractions, such as Buffalo City Hall, the waterfront, sports venues, and much more. Before heading out, take the opportunity to dine at the hotel's restaurant or drop in at the Tiffany Rose Lounge for a drink.
Housed in a tall, beautiful glass building on Lafayette Square, Hilton Garden Inn Buffalo Downtown is equally stunning from inside as it is from the outside. The 123-rooms situated in this building offer stunning view of the city's skyline and is well-furnished with all the latest amenities. Microwave, flat-screen TV, refrigerator, extra-large beds, and room service are some of the amenities offered here. Hilton Garden Inn Buffalo is know for its moderately priced, yet, luxurious rooms.
Embassy Suites Buffalo is a comfortable and stylish hotel located in downtown Buffalo and part of the Embassy brand under Hilton. Due to its location downtown, guests can easily access the nearby restaurants, shops and especially the historic Allentown neighborhood. If you're here on business, after the conference or meetings, you can take a dip in the hotel's swimming pool or work out in the fitness center. The suites are all equipped with modern amenities like flat-screen TVs, luxury toiletries and other nice touches only found in the Hilton chain.
The Lofts On Pearl apart-hotel is the best place to stay if you're in a group or have a family. The spacious lofts make it feel as if you never left the house, with kitchenettes that include stove and dishwasher, you'll feel like a native 'Buffalonian'. The one and two-bedroom suites also come equipped with a refrigerator to store your groceries and a fireplace for those cold nights in Western New York. The lofts are also managed under the same group that runs the popular Pearl Street Grill & Brewery, the Hotel @ Lafayette and Brawler's Back-Alley Deli. The building's location is also convenient, it is a few minutes walk to Lake Erie and another few northward to historic Allentown.