ABOUT HOTEL HENRY
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ABOUT HOTEL HENRY
Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center is an innovative 88 room full-service hotel and conference center with modern purpose, designed to fuse with the architectural legacy of the National Historic Landmark Richardson Olmsted Campus. Hotel Henry’s Urban Resort is distinctive from the type of “resort” that most travelers expect. Instead, the surrounding city of Buffalo – its galleries and cultural institutions, architecture, nearby parks… are the treasures to be enjoyed.
The Urban Resort is the design-rich city of Buffalo itself. Situated on 42 acres within the City of Buffalo’s museum district and cultural corridor, the Urban Resort Conference Center is surrounded by parks, lakes, museums and connected to the fun and vibrant Elmwood Village. Throughout the building, Hotel Henry’s uncommon spaces invite guests to explore, gather and tuck away in the unique character of Richardson’s masterpiece. Interior and exterior spaces invite guests to find their own corner and make their own experience.
Check-in is at 4 pm.
Hotel Henry’s main entrance is at the corner of Rockwell Rd. & Cleveland Cir. (not Forest Avenue).
You can pull us up on Google Maps here.
Check-out is the morning after your stay at 11 am.
Grab coffee and a bite to eat downstairs at 100 Acres before you go!
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ACTIVATING THE RICHARDSON OLMSTED CAMPUS
Hotel Henry is owned and operated by CityInn Buffalo, LLC, a local partnership of hoteliers. Hotel Henry resides in the center three buildings of the Richardson Olmsted Campus as an independently owned lodging property, activating 1/3 of the campus as the first phase of redevelopment. Hotel Henry’s neighbor, the Richardson Center Corporation, is currently planning future phases of renovation and landscape improvements. We look forward to welcoming more neighbors in the campus soon!
Interested in touring the hotel? Welcome in! Hotel Henry welcomes the community to the hotel anytime, free of charge. Grab a coffee at 100 Acres, relax in the lounge, and explore Hotel Henry’s rotating art exhibits. Stop in for a public event, fitness class, or concert! View Hotel Henry’s upcoming public events here.
HISTORIC & ARCHITECTURAL TOURS
All tours of historic or architectural nature, including buildings not yet developed, are coordinated through our neighbor, the Richardson Center Corporation. These include one and two-hour guided tours, photography tours, landscape tours, patient life tours, private tours, group tours, and student tours. The Richardson Olmsted Campus is open year-round with historical tours available May through September. Visitors can learn about the past, present, and future of the Richardson Olmsted Campus on a public or private guided tour or by listening to the Richardson Center Corporation’s free audio tour. Register for tours through the Richardson Center Corporation here or call 716.601.1150.
If you are interested in viewing Hotel Henry’s event spaces for a conference, wedding, or event, please email
email@example.com to schedule a site visit.
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