HOTEL HENRY’S URBAN RESORT NEIGHBORHOOD OFFERS A COSMOPOLITAN BUFFALO ADVENTURE THAT BEGINS WITHIN STEPS OF THE HOTEL GROUNDS. THE URBAN RESORT NEIGHBORHOOD IS A BORDERLESS DESTINATION.
Enjoy a vibrant urban streetscape interwoven with sprawling parkways, enlivened by local food and commerce, an adjacent college campus, world-class art and design, and nature’s reflective beauty. Its innovative design invites guests and event attendees to explore its expansive surroundings. This is the urban resort experience.
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.
THE ELMWOOD VILLAGE
Linger at open-air cafes and peruse a local farmers’ market in the Elmwood Village, inviting you to local boutiques and restaurants, cozy coffeehouses and historic pubs. The tree-lined streetscape is home to a thriving culinary scene, Western New York artisans and the shopping center of downtown Buffalo. The Elmwood Village bestows a sense of whimsy, charm and electricity to Hotel Henry’s Urban Resort neighborhood.EXPLORE THE ELMWOOD VILLAGE
Immerse yourself in inventive sculpture, conceptual paintings and cherished masterworks in Buffalo’s cultural corridor, boasting world-class art and design in its museums and galleries. Discover the renowned Albright-Knox Art Gallery, home to one of the most significant collections of modern and contemporary art in North America. Cross the street to the Burchfield Penney Art Center, where evolving exhibits and programing features artists from throughout Western New York. Explore a rich past of American architecture and innovation as you look over Hoyt Lake and Delaware Park at the Buffalo History Museum. Hotel Henry lies at the heart of Buffalo’s cultural corridor.
Steps from Hotel Henry’s grounds, Delaware Park serves as the focal point of Buffalo’s Olmsted parks system. Delaware Park’s 350 acres of sweeping meadow, forest and water gives guests sprawling parkways to explore Olmsted’s masterpiece. Immerse yourself in the artistry of the Rose Garden or row around Hoyt Lake, embracing the fresh air and beauty of Buffalo’s “Central Park.” Enjoy live local theater in the summer with Shakespeare in Delaware Park, fall foliage come October, and a stunning snow-covered waterscape in the winter. Jog or cycle the winding paths around the tranquil water or simply sit and take in Olmsted’s work of genius.EXPLORE THE OLMSTED PARKS