This historic "
"grand dame hotel on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution was built in 1881. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it was the first hotel in the world to have electric lights, courtesy of Thomas Edison, son-in-law of Chautauqua Institution founder Lewis Miller. This elegant wood-frame hotel, which has 160 guest rooms, overlooks Chautauqua Lake and offers yesterday's charm with modern amenities. All room rates are based on the American Plan, which includes three meals daily. Many notable people have stayed here over the years, including Teddy Roosevelt, Ulysses S. Grant, Susan B. Anthony and, more recently, Bill Clinton. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This resort hotel, located just across the road from Chautauqua Lake, has 51 modern hotel rooms, some with Jacuzzi tubs and private balconies. It is close to the Chautauqua Institution and a short walk to Mayville restaurants and attractions. The resort's three-star restaurant, the Captain's Table, overlooks Chautauqua Lake. The menu features American cuisine liked baked chicken and prime rib. The resort is also well-known for their candy shop, which has been in business since 1942. Specialties include their trademark goat's milk fudge and molasses sponge candy. The resort also has a large country-themed gift shop, an 18-hole miniature golf course, indoor pool and exercise room. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Located in the 1920 Jackson Building, Hampton Inn & Suites Buffalo Downtown offers a comfortable stay. The hotel is perfect for both business and pleasure travelers. After a day exploring Buffalo or attending meetings, you can unwind in their indoor swimming pool or their whirlpool.
Embassy Suites Buffalo is a luxurious hotel located in downtown Buffalo, so guests can easily access the nearby restaurants and shops. Guests can also enjoy the hotel's swimming pool or work out at the fitness center. The modern furniture offers a contemporary and beautiful setting.
Econo Lodge South is a petite hotel situated in downtown Buffalo offering sincere services to its guests. Its simplicity and elegance has touched the hearts of many. Given the number of attractions nearby the hotel such as Buffalo Museum, Kissing Bridge and the Niagara Falls, you could spend days on end sightseeing. You just need to visit once to make Econo Lodge South one of your favorite accommodation. With low prices and high standards, you have all the reasons to pack your bags and check out this hotel!
This completely non-smoking hotel is a heaven for people looking out for a leisurely stay or a business weekend. Belonging to the Prestigious line of Marriott Hotels, 'Courtyard Buffalo Amherst' is ideally located. For some sight-seeing and amusement one can pick a lot of interesting spots. A must-visit is the University At Buffalo Center For The Arts. If you are in the mood of a little light-hearted amusement then Seneca Niagara Casino is also worth a try.
Luxury is the word that comes to mind when you stay at the Mansion on Delaware. This 1869 Second Empire style Victorian Mansion has 28 unique guest rooms, some with fireplaces and bay windows. Amenities include butlers on call 24 hours a day, along with in-room dining available at any time, and a gourmet continental breakfast. The hotel, which was transformed from a boarded up, dilapidated building to a world-class hotel, has received the AAA's prestigious Four-diamond designation. It has been featured in Architectural Digest and the New York Times. Reservations are strongly suggested, as it is often fully booked. - Christine Smyczynski
In the Linwood Historic Preservation District, close to Elmwood Avenue's restaurants, and boutiques, this B & B is rated as one of the best in the city. Its five rooms celebrate the nationalities that helped found Buffalo-French, Italian, Irish, German, and Polish-and there's a Native American common area. The building was constructed in 1881 for Colonel Charles Lee Abell, a descendant of the Mayflower pilgrims. The B&B opened in 1990 following major renovations, and is a founding member of the Western New York Bed and Breakfast Association.
The only all-suite accommodations in downtown Buffalo, this seven-story hotel features bedrooms separated from living areas by French doors. There are also pull out sofa beds, large dining areas and bathrooms accessible from either the bedroom or living area for your convenience. There's an on-site restaurant and bar TGIF's, as well as several nearby dining spots including the Bijou Grille, and Gallery 101 Bistro. The hotel's location in the Buffalo Theater District allows access to such attractions as the Studio Arena Theatre, and the Tralfamadore Cafe. Formerly known as Radisson Suites Hotel Downtown.
2 Fountain Plaza (at Huron Street) Buffalo, NY 14223
Straddling the downtown Buffalo Theater and Financial districts, this hotel underwent a $3 million renovation on everything from its ballroom to guestrooms. The Hyatt Regency is home to E.B. Green's Steakhouse, the Bakery, Genesee Sports Bar & Grill, and the Café Petit. Neighborhood attractions include the Studio Arena Theatre, and the Allentown Historic District.
Located in the beautiful village of Clarence northeast of Buffalo,
this inn offers intimacy combined with modern amenities. The country setting rooms are furnished with antiques and most of the rooms have working fireplaces as well as private balconies. ...
Opened in October 1998, this North Side inn has many
amenities found in more expensive hotels, including an indoor pool and free breakfast bar. The hotel is located just minutes from the State University at Buffalo, 10 minutes from ...
This upscale dessert restaurant, located in a historic 1870s mansion
in the heart of Williamsville, features world class desserts, served as the entrée. About eight different plated desserts are offered on the menu each day. Some of the items ...