Buffalo, NY lies on the eastern shore of Lake Eire, right on the Canadian border and about 20 miles down stream from the Niagara Falls. In the early 20th century Buffalo was the largest inland port and one of America's largest cities, but it has fallen from grace.
For three decades, between 1960 and 1990, Buffalo has seen some dark times, but in recent years it has rebounded.
With millions spent on the downtown showpiece Theater District, expansion of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, waterfront housing, and a Metro Rail line from HSBC Arena to the South Campus of the State University at Buffalo.
Notable attractions in the Buffalo area include the Buffalo Zoo, Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Six Flags Darien Lake.
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The Buffalo Adam's Mark is located downtown at the Waterfront with beautiful views of Lake Erie. It is within walking distance of the convention center, theater and major sports complexes and twenty minutes from the airport.
The Best Western Norstar Inn offers easy access the Aquarium of Niagara, Six Flags Darien Lake, Casino Niagara and Niagara Falls and is in close proximity is the Ralph Wilson Stadium, which is home of the Buffalo Bills and the HSBC Arena, home to the Buffalo Sabers, the Buffalo Destroyers and the Buffalo Bandits.
Hampton Inn is the nation's leading chain of quality, value-priced hotels. Here you'll find clean, fresh, comfortable rooms standard with a coffee maker, iron and ironing board, data port, and free in-room movie channel (HBO).
The Doubletree Club Buffalo Downtown is Buffalo's newest downtown hotel. Located directly across the street from Buffalo General Hospital and adjacent to Roswell Park Institute. The Pillars Hotel offers a unique non-smoking environment throughout the hotel.