The Best Hotels in Buffalo for Every Traveler

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9 December 2020

Combining the serenity of Western New York with an artistic and gastronomic buzz, Buffalo holds promise for foodies, creative types and lovers of the great outdoors. If you’re looking to admire the exquisite architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright at the Martin House Complex, delve into the Arts and Crafts movement in East Aurora, or stay downtown and plug in to Buffalo’s electric nightlife (last call here tends to be later than in the more famous ‘city that never sleeps’ on the east coast), our selection of hotels, inns and B&Bs is sure to have something for you.

Curtiss Hotel

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Curtiss Hotel
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Style and luxury infuse every inch of the Curtiss, a five-star grand dame of the Buffalo hotel scene. Housed in a landmark art deco building from 1913, the view is impressive enough before you even get inside – but wait until you ascend to the Vue Rooftop Lounge, where vistas out to Lake Erie and Canada accompany exquisite cocktails. The classical elegance of the guestrooms is matched at the Chez Ami Restaurant, home to the only revolving bar in Western New York.
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The Westin Buffalo

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Downtown Buffalo settings don’t come much better than The Westin’s. If you’re looking to take in a show, there’s the famous Shea’s Performing Arts Center in easy reach, while beloved music venue Buffalo Iron Works is also nearby, down on the waterfront. The Patina 250 restaurant, meanwhile, is a hit with locals for its pan-American cuisine; try the grilled salmon poke bowl with miso mayo.
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The Mansion on Delaware Avenue

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This grand hotel sits in a stately mansion which dates back to 1869, and in places – the drawing room, for instance, where you can play pool or relax with coffee as you gaze out onto the garden – you’ll feel as though you’re back in that bygone age. The luxurious guestrooms have been only subtly modernized in their decor, but are equipped with all modern conveniences as well as a 24-hour butler service – so you really will feel like the lord or lady of the manor.
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The Delavan Hotel & Spa

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Glittering chandeliers illuminate the grand, tall-ceilinged lobby of The Delavan – they’re so well loved here, in fact, that photos of them adorn the walls of the guestrooms, and the Chandelier Bar was named after them. Sliders, oysters, and other delectable snacks are on offer there, but for the real deal head to the Italian Prime restaurant, where mouthwatering steaks are served Oscar-style, topped with chopped Maine lobster.
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Reikart House, Buffalo

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A part of the ever-stylish Tribute Portfolio group, Reikart House is a vision of understated elegance in an attractive Greek Revival building. Impressionistic paintings by local artist Peter Fowler adorn the walls throughout, while the Jazzboline restaurant pays tribute to local history – it’s named for a banjo-like instrument invented by the hotel’s namesake, Amherst hotelier Frank Reikart, with their Jocko monkey bread named after his pet monkey.
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  • Salvatore's Garden Place Hotel

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    Salvatore's Garden Place Hotel
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    Set around a lavish Italianate courtyard, with creeper vines hanging from Juliet balconies and patio tables where you can enjoy a cappuccino, Garden Place feels like a little world of its own in the Williamsville neighborhood of Buffalo. The Salvatore family have owned hotels for generations, and the traditional guest rooms certainly have the feel of a restful home.
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    Oasis Bed and Breakfast

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    Occupying a wooden farmhouse dating back to the 1890s, Oasis Bed and Breakfast pays homage to its heritage while meeting modern standards of luxury. With just five rooms, it has an intimate feel, but each one has a striking design inspired by a different part of the world: the Germany room, for example, transports you to a lodge in the Bavarian Alps with its woodcut wall art, while colorful woven textiles adorn the walls of the Mexico room.
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    River Spring Lodge

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    With its rich dark wood furnishings, sink-into-me leather sofas, and dog-friendly ethos, River Spring Lodge presents a feeling of snug luxury. It sits on 20 acres (8ha) of woodland, so communing with nature – whether on the walking trails or beside the trout pond – is a piece of cake. Indulgent five-course country dinners, paired with exquisite wines, are just the thing after a day in the fresh air.

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    Cosy, Countryside, Boutique, Fine Dining, Relaxed, Romantic, Stylish, Rural, Foodie, Great Location

    Roycroft Inn

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    Artistry runs deep in the foundations of Roycroft Inn, which has been welcoming visitors since 1905. The brainchild of Elbert Hubbard, the man behind the American Arts and Crafts movement, the inn upholds the spirit of its origins as an artisans’ retreat. See it in the beautiful but unpretentious guestrooms, with their wicker chairs, wood-paneled walls and woven blankets; and in the Salon, where the naturalistic paintings of Alexis Jean Fournier still beautify the walls after more than a century.

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    Cosy, Casual, Family Friendly, Historic, Quirky, Relaxed, Traditional, Great Location
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