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InnBuffalo off Elmwood        
619 Lafayette Ave

InnBuffalo off Elmwood is located in Buffalo and is close to Niagara River. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit the area's popular attractions.The hotel has 9 elegant rooms that are equipped with a range of essential amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Holiday Inn Buffalo International Airport Star Rating 3        
4600 Genesee Street

This modern lodging is a 2-minute drive from Buffalo Niagara International Airport and an 11-minute drive from Buffalo Zoo.The simple rooms feature desks, coffeemakers and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with premium cable. There's also free WiFi and high-pressure showerheads in the bathrooms, while kids 19 and under stay free with an adult.
BEST WESTERN PLUS Galleria Inn & Suites Star Rating 3        
601 Rossler Dingens Street

This straightforward hotel is 10.3 miles from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and 11 miles from the Buffalo Zoo.The relaxed rooms have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Sleep Inn Buffalo Airport Star Rating 2        
100 Holtz Dr.

Set 1 mile from Buffalo Niagara International Airport, this classic hotel is also 8 miles from The Buffalo Zoo and 11 miles from central Buffalo.The informal rooms offer desks, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Suites add pull-out sofas, minifridges and microwaves; upgraded suites feature whirlpool tubs.
Days Inn Tonawanda Star Rating 2        
1120 Niagara Falls Blvd

This straightforward hotel is 4 miles from Buffalo Zoo, 6 miles from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and 17 miles from Niagara Falls State Park.The humble, relaxed rooms offer desks, free Wi-Fi, TVs and coffeemakers. Some add minifridges and microwaves.
Econo Lodge Tonawanda Star Rating 2        
2000 Niagara Falls Blvd.

Situated off Interstate 290, this basic hotel is 9.6 miles from Martin's Fantasy Island, 16.9 miles from Niagara Falls and 18.
Center Way Hotel Tonawanda Star Rating 2        
225 Crestmount Ave

Located just off the Interstate 290 highway, this modern roadside inn is 1.2 miles from the shops, bars and restaurants in Downtown Tonawanda and 2.9 miles from the Herschell Carrousel Factory museum, while tourist hotspot Niagara Falls lies 14.
Hampton Inn Buffalo Williamsville Star Rating 3        
5455 Main Street

In buzzy downtown Williamsville, this modern hotel off Interstate 290 is 3 miles from The University at Buffalo and 22 miles from Niagara Falls.All rooms include free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers and flat-screen TVs. Suites add living areas with pull-out sofas, as well as kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs.
Adam's Mark Buffalo Star Rating 3        
120 Church Street

This modern hotel in Buffalo's downtown is 0.5 miles from the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center and 19.6 miles from Niagara Falls.
Hampton Inn Buffalo South/I-90 Star Rating 3        
1750 Ridge Road

Off interstate 90, this modern roadside hotel is 9 miles from downtown Buffalo and the Canalside District park, and 2 miles from Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens.Coffeemakers, 32-inch flat-screens with HD channels, and both full and lap desks (for working on the bed) are offered in each room, as well as free WiFi and custom-designed beds. Suites add kitchenettes, living rooms with sofabeds and whirlpool tubs.
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Buffalo New York has been historically considered the gateway to the American west and is situated at the eastern edge of Lake Erie, the western part of New York State, and is only a twenty-minute drive to spectacular Niagara Falls. A visit to Buffalo must include a trip to Niagara Falls, but the city of Buffalo itself has so many attractions including famous architecture, eclectic shopping centers, well-known restaurants and pubs, and many other entertainment possibilities. Attractions Buffalo has endless family attractions as well with some of the most popular being: The Buffalo Zoo, The Children's Museum, the Buffalo Museum of Science, the Amherst Museum, the Maid of the Mist, the Aquarium of Niagara, Martin's Fantasy Island Amusement, Old Fort Niagara and many different boat, bike, and bus tours. One of America's most historic cemeteries, Forest Lawn Cemetery is unmatched in its beauty of valleys, hills, streams, and lakes.

There are tours provided and history comes to life. "An inauguration that changed the course of the country" is remembered at the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site when Theodore Roosevelt was sworn into office. The Buffalo And Erie County Naval and Military Park is closed December through March, but the other months one can visit this museum on the shore of Lake Erie and explore several US Navel vessels including the Fletcher-class destroyer USS The Sullivan, the submarine USS Croaker, and the Cleveland-class cruiser USS Little Rock. After or during one's visit to the Naval Park, the Erie Canal Harbor is also a must see!

One can take an educational and fun water tour of Buffalo on the Spirit of Buffalo with Buffalo Sailing Adventures. Restaurants With close to 1000 restaurants in Buffalo, it is very hard to choose the top places to eat.

Anchor Bar on Main Street is the bar famous for inventing Buffalo wings in 1964. An all-American food today, the wings spread from restaurant to restaurant, and then across the nation. Family owned and operated, it is still the place to go. Charlie the Butcher serves a well-known Buffalo masterpiece, "beef-on-weck". It is sliced roast beef on a kummelweck roll or "beef-on-weck" dipped in au jus with a dollop of horseradish. Santasiero's is an authentic family Italian place that is a local favorite and a purely Buffalo experience. The Swannie House is a classic bar and another great place to grab wings, fish and chips, or chicken fingers. Other well-known and popular restaurants include: Rue Franklin, San Marco, Buffalo Chop House, Bacchus, Tempo, Hutch's, Papaya, Oliver's, and Salvatore's Italian Gardens. Shopping Sloan's Antiques is a place for amazing vintage finds, with three massive multi-floor warehouses. All along the East Side of Buffalo, one can find many other vintage and knick-knacks stacked high. Retail outlets and malls can be found at Boulevard Mall, Eastern Hills Mall, Fashion Outlets of Niagara and McKinley Mall. Second Chic is a consignment shop that specializes in hip clothing for both men and women. Rust Belt Books is one of the oldest bookshops in Buffalo and features weekly poetry readings. It also has an assortment of first edition and rare books. The Allentown district is home to many offbeat and unique vintage shops including Antique Man. Arts, Architecture, and Entertainment.

Albright-Knox Art Gallery has one of the top collections of modern art with a rotating lineup of awe-inspiring exhibitions. Art pieces from such artists as Andy Warhol, Chuck Close, Sol LeWitt, Frida Kahlo and many more are also permanently displayed here. Eliel and Eero Saarinen's Kleinhans Music Hall is home to the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and also an architectural masterpiece. It stands as a stunning creation of Streamlined Modernism. Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House Complex is one of Wright's most famous Prairie residential complexes. Built in 1903-1905 for wealthy businessman Darwin D. Martin, it is considered one of Wright's finest achievements and holds National Historic Landmark status. Buffalo has a long, rich industrial past and along with its history, many historic and architectural works of art were also created. Industrialism may be a thing of the past, but Buffalo and the many attractions it has to offer is definitely here to stay.