You’ve Never Seen Lodging Like This! 9 Most Unique Lodging in WNY, Buffalo
Looking for a unique weekend away from home in the Buffalo-Niagara region/Western New York? Theme park camping and guest houses, a historic mansion, the setting of Jim and Pam's honeymoon on the TV Show The Office, a National Historic Landmark and more amazing getaways are scattered around the region.
Lodging options include hotel, cabin, RVs, camping and guest houses with unlimited Park Admission during your entire stay! (Value of: $ 45.99/person per day!)
Located in downtown Buffalo, The historic boutique hotel combines Second Empire architecture with modern elegance and comforts.
With 24-hour butler service, a complimentary European breakfast, complimentary cocktails in the evening, shoe shining and pressing, a handsome Billiards Salon, and more it's like traveling back in time.
Located 500 yards from the brink of Niagara Falls, the Red Coach Inn overlooks Niagara's majestic Upper Rapids. With a warm English-country ambience, the Inn was the honeymoon hotel for Jim and Pam on the TV show, The Office.
The restored Roycroft Inn, located on the Roycroft Campus, is an architectural treasure decorated with Arts & Crafts-era furnishings. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986, the inn opened in 1905.
The Hotel @ The Lafayette is a new boutique hotel in a restored 1905 building that was designed by America's first professional female architect - Louise Blanchard Bethune.
The Giacomo was built in 1929 as an office building and features a blend of art deco and Mayan revival design. The boutique hotel overlooks Niagara Falls and is within walking distance of Niagara Falls State Park attractions.
Beaver Hollow, with four lodges and 20 cottages, is nestled on 300 wooded acres between Buffalo and Rochester. The resort has four-star dining, nature trails, a garden and a spring-fed lake.
The historic Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston, featuring a full-service spa and is located near the Lewiston Landing boat launch. In 1812, the grounds of our hotel marked the launching point of America’s invasion into Canada. The boutique is located minutes from Niagara Falls.