Hotel Henry is an original-concept full-service hotel with guest rooms and suites, nestled within the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus, located just steps from the Buffalo State campus. Rooms embody a variety of unique layouts, with efficient use of historic spaces and the buildings’ original design.
Hotel Henry is holding a block of 30 rooms for AERC participants. The per room rate of $129/night is available for attendees using the booking code "AERC2019." The hotel can offer a government rate of $104/night for anyone with the proper government ID. NOTE: Reservations must be made by May 6 to secure the conference rate.
The Buffalo State Student Apartment Complex (STAC) is a new apartment-style living space designed for upper division and graduate students living on campus. Rooms are outfitted with XL twin bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and a wardrobe/closet, plus a shared full kitchen and living room furniture.
The STAC has a block of 30 rooms for AERC participants. The per room rate of $62/night includes linens and is available by booking online via the link below.
Looking for a “no-fuss” kind of stay and complimentary breakfast? The Holiday Inn Express is located in the heart of downtown Buffalo, with easy transportation options to campus via bus or Metro Rail. A TGI Friday’s restaurant is on the bottom floor, and walking distance from Canalside - Buffalo’s newly renovated waterfront - and countless other downtown attractions.
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Located in the city’s museum district, this fully restored historic mansion offers nationally acclaimed butler services and award-winning dining, with iconic 19th century architecture and beautiful contemporary décor.
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This landmark French Renaissance-style hotel blends historical décor with modern amenities to create a gorgeous atmosphere. Built in 1904, Hotel at the Lafayette was designed by Louise Blanchard Bethune, the first American female architect. Pan-American themed rooms, a brewery restaurant, local coffee shop, and stunning banquet rooms inside.
This boutique hotel is the perfect downtown retreat, with 31 unique accommodations, with expansive living spaces and full kitchens in all guest suites. Another major perk of staying at the Lofts is that you can just hop across the parking lot for a legendary dining experience at the Pearl Street Grill & Brewery.
Each of the three rooms in this restored historic mansion are named after and celebrate a prominent local architect: Milton Beebe, Frank Lloyd Wright, and John Wade. From Prairie style to contemporary and art deco, each suite in this Second-Empire style home offers an experience unique to its own.
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All of the guest rooms in this B&B are named after streets in the historic Parkside neighborhood, full of 19th century charm with 21st century amenities. If it’s a gorgeous day and you’re feeling adventurous, take the 2-mile minute walk through Delaware Park to Buffalo State, and enjoy all the natural beauty it has to offer.
Prefer the serenity of the waterfront with quick access to the city? This riverside bed and breakfast might be the place for you. South Bridge B&B offers stunning river views in each of their suites, dock access to go kayaking on the Niagara River, and bike rentals to explore the island.
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