48 Freeman Rd. Williamsville,
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Welcome to the Econolodge, a Williamsville hotel near Buffalo Niagara International Airport
Conveniently located only two miles from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, the Econolodge hotel is close to several area attractions and local points of interest. Ralph Wilson Stadium (home of the Buffalo Bills football team), Darien Lake Theme Park, Buffalo Niagara Convention Center multipurpose venue, Buffalo State College and the Buffalo Zoo are all just minutes away form this Williamsville, NY hotel.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational activities in the surrounding area like boating, fishing, bowling, skating and golfing. There are several restaurants, cocktail lounges and shopping opportunities within walking distance from the hotel.
Guests of this Williamsville, NY hotel are invited to enjoy many fine features and amenities like:
Free airport transportation
Free continental breakfast & free coffee
Free local calls
Indoor heated pool
Pet-friendly hotel; additional fees apply
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The price for hotel is reasonable. Have a pick up, drop off service from and to the airport. Location is nearby the airport but there is no bus service to rich any point of the city, deffenetly need a car. The rooms arepretty spacious, clean. Negative side that the hotel by itself is old with very poor maintenance. The rooms have really strange odor, even after cleaning. Other than that it's O.K. to stay for the short time.
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