Our downtown Buffalo, NY hotel showcases Buffalo's best; including Shea's Performing Arts Center, First Niagara Center, Harborcenter, Canalside and Buffalo Creek Casino. We are also conveniently located near many of the area’s best restaurants, shopping, and museums. Several of these most visited Buffalo attractions are easily accessed by the Metrorail which stops directly in front of our hotel.
This historic Buffalo theater is home to touring Broadway musicals and other live special events.
HarborCenter is a hockey-themed building that occupies a full 1.7 acre city block formerly known as the Webster Block, directly across from and connected to the First Niagara Center and the Erie Canal Harbor or "Canalside". There are two indoor ice rinks with seating for 1,200 people, a training center, proshop, (716) Food and Sport ® restaurant and a Tim Horton’s Café & Bake Shop ®.
With hundreds of events scheduled throughout the year, there’s something for everyone at Canalside. Plus with a ton of free activities, Canalside is the place to be whether you’re looking to unwind, have some fun in the sun or ice skate on the canals.
Located on Buffalo's waterfront, First Niagara Center is Western New York's premier sports and entertainment facility. Primarily known as the home of the National Hockey League's Buffalo Sabres, First Niagara Center is a state-of-the-art venue that was designed with all kinds of live entertainment in mind. First Niagara Center hosts the best concerts, ice shows, sporting events, and family shows entertaining audiences of all ages.
Owned and operated by the Seneca Nation of New York, this casino has both table games and slot machines in roughly 67,000 square feet of gaming space.
Allentown is one of the most well-known and historic neighborhoods in the region, home to shops, restaurants, bars, galleries, First Friday artwalks, artists, festivals & more! From frugal to fancy, established to avant-garde, this unique district has something for everyone.
Kleinhan’s is the home of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Built in the 1930’s, it was recognized as one of the greatest concert halls ever built in the United States and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1989.
The Elmwood neighborhood is one of Buffalo’s busiest commercial districts bustling with boutiques, restaurants, cafes, delis, salons, specialty shops and nightclubs.
Open year round, the Buffalo Zoo offers guests fascinating animal exhibits, naturalistic wildlife habitats, beautiful garden areas and several unique areas in which to enjoy an environment that is full of fun, adventure and history. The Buffalo Zoo is open daily rain or shine!
Visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s six-structure Darwin Martin House complex located in the historic Parkside neighborhood of Buffalo, NY. A variety of tours are offered year-round. Reservations are strongly recommended.
The Albright–Knox Art Gallery is an art museum located in Delaware Park. The gallery is a major showplace for both modern and contemporary art.
The Walden Galleria is an enclosed shopping mall with more than 200 stores located in Cheektowaga, a suburb of Buffalo.
The Fashion Outlets is an upscale shopping environment that is home to over 150 top designer and brand name stores that offer savings up to 75% off.