Have stayed at Wyndham Garden Buffalo Williamsville several times now and continue to be very happy there. Rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable, the amenities at the hotel are lovely and ensure you have a happy stay and the staff are unfailingly hospitable. All of this is offered at a very reasonable rate. It's a great stay. Plus, the hotel is located steps away from the heart of Williamsville as well as easily accessed by the highway making it an ideal spot for getting around, on foot or by car.
Traveller from Canada
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Island Park and Glen Falls. Daemen College and Grover …More
Hotel was nice. Check in was easy. Large lobby area. Hotel security was a little over the top. We were there for a gymnastic event, obviously with children and they followed the children around and had them very nervous all evening.
This 10-story hotel is adjacent to the University of Buffalo and is 13 miles north of downtown and the convention center.More
Just stayed at the double tree in Amherst for a Buffalo bills game, the hotel was as described on Expedia, the staff here are a perfect 10 /10
The only complaint was I had to fix the toilet as it got stuck on and they're was a few pubic hairs in the bathroom from previous guests , not a big deal
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Amherst Audubon Golf Course, Boulevard Mall, and Lasertron …More
Cold winter weekend, single digits outside. The bed had a single top sheet and a thin blanket only. This is Buffalo, where's the down comforter?!?!? I turned up the heat but I was still cold. I have to admit I did not call down since it was 1a when I rolled into bed; only stayed one night.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Daemen College, Island Park, and Glen Falls. University at …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.