For reasonable price you can spend night or two when you visitng your student at University at Buffalo. The hotel is located in walking distance from Norhythm Campus of UB. Free and fast Wi-Fi is a plus. Short drive (around 20 minutes ) from Niagara Falls.
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Northtown Center at Amherst, University At Buffalo - North …More
Great hotel for the price point and particularly good for families with kids as the double room is big enough for a family of six - plus the hotel rules actually allow for it (very few allow that many in a single room).
Breakfast was good enough with a wide selection of cold foods.
Gym was adequate
Traveller from Houston TX
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Daemen College, Island Park, and Glen Falls. Grover Cleveland …More
Great hotel if staying near University of Buffalo. Perfect location from airport and close to many restaurants. Hotel was clean and staff accommodating. Great gym, biggest one I've seen, plenty of treadmills.
This 10-story hotel is adjacent to the University of Buffalo and is 13 miles north of downtown and the convention center.More
Travelling to Connecticut and was using this as a stop over. Front desk clerk was accommodating and without us asking placed us away from a group and advised what time to go for breakfast to avoid the rush. Great breakfast
Located in the heart of Amherst, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Boulevard Mall and 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from Buffalo Zoo …More
Visiting Niagara Falls, this was one of the closer/cheaper hotels. Very clean, very friendly. Bummed there was no refrigerator in our room. We would stay there again if traveling to the Buffalo region.
Traveller from Colchester, Vermont
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Northtown Center at Amherst, University At Buffalo - North …More
Buffalo’s largest suburb, Amherst is home to nearly 120,000 people. Chiefly residential, Amherst boasts the Amherst Museum, depicting the city’s days from Colonial times to the present, as well as several musical, cabaret, and theater groups associated with state and private universities.