Enjoy one of the finest stays in the downtown Buffalo area at Hotel Henry with attractions surrounding its unbeatable location. This hotel consists of seven different room styles, sure to have one that fits the needs for your stay.
The Hotel Henry is connected to the Richardson Olmsted Campus, previously known as the Buffalo State Asylum. The hotel features immaculate architecture designed by Henry Hobson Richardson. The landscape of the hotel was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.
Looking to observe art aside from the building itself? There are sculptures on the grounds of the hotel that are attractions within themselves.
Check out nearby attractions like Delaware Park and the Elmwood Village as you explore the things that make Buffalo such a unique place to visit! Enjoy a drink at Henry’s North Patio and enjoy the great views or at The Lounge at Hotel Henry and enjoy the upscale atmosphere that is offered.
“My wife and I stayed overnight at the Hotel Henry after traveling to Buffalo for a show at Shea’s. In my opinion, the success of this adaptation of a historic property into a sophisticated, urbane hotel cannot be overstated. Yes the floor plan presents some challenges so way-finding does not adhere to a conventional straight-line corridor experience, but that is completely part of the charm. We felt we were exploring an art gallery that we then had the privilege of staying in.”
—Tom C., Rochester, NY
Take Amtrak to Hotel Henry
Enjoy this urban resort from New York via Amtrak to Buffalo-Exchange Station in Buffalo—Don’t forget to use the New York By Rail 15% discount!
Get picked up from Buffalo Station and taken to your reserved #NYTRAIN Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Click here to reserve your car or call the Buffalo office today at: 716-884-6666.