Adam's Mark Buffalo

Address: 120 Church Street, Buffalo, New York, 14202, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 120 Church Street, Buffalo, is near Buffalo City Hall, Guaranty / Prudential Building, The Bruce Trail, and Old Erie County Hall.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Adam's Mark Buffalo

      OH, THE HUMANITY !!

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      I stayed at Adam's Mark Buffalo this past weekend to attend a funeral. All went well, from my late check in, free continental breakfast, free local newspaper, and quick check out in the morning. All the staff were friendly and polite, always ready to lend a helpful hand if requested. My room was fine, on the top floor, yet the bathroom was on the small side, with just a bit of mildew on the shower curtain. I would certainly stay here again without hesitation. Now, if I could just fine some good buffalo wings in this city....

      Much Better Now!

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      I stayed at the Adam's Mark for 5 days while in town for business. After reading the reviews here, I am a bit surprised. I found the hotel clean with a great staff who were always there to help. My room was fine, especially at the price I paid.

      The conference areas are out of this world! We attended a meeting and I couldn't believe the quality and amount of meeting space the hotel had. The service and food were great.

      I would reccommend the Adam's Mark Buffalo to anyone.

      Great location, great service.

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      On one of my visits to Buffalo, NY I stayed at the Adam's Mark hotel right near the waterfront (Lake Erie). Upon entering I noticed high water fountains and figures outside the main entrance. Inside I was greeted by friendly butlers and was helped right away with luggage to the front desk where friendly service checked me in. The room was facing the downtown skyline, and what a view it is, especially at night time. When I needed room service, it was always promt and never a problem. Everything was clean and comfortable. I recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Buffalo.

      Adam's missed the Mark.

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      I too stayed at the Adam's Mark to attend a wedding. They must give a very good sales pitch to the wedding couple or have a great honeymoon suite. To say our rooms were dissappointing would be an understatement. At first glance, the rooms appeared clean. But with a second look, the carpet was absolutley filthy. It had been vacuumed but was covered with stains and looked to have been in place for about 25 years. The bedding was just as old and tired. I have never slept on such an uncomfortable bed. The pillow was flatter than a pancake. Our room was on the 4th floor and faced the highway. It was very noisy even on Sunday morning. The bathroom was so small you could hardly turn around in it and the shower tile grout was green with mold. The only reason I'm scoring this a two instead of a one is because of the staff. They were very friendly, helpful and efficient. They could use more help on the front desk. Anytime I walked through the lobby there were only two front desk employees and a line out the door of people waiting to be helped. I would say that Adam's missed the Mark on this one. There are plenty of other places to stay in downtown Buffalo.

      A bit tired

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      Conferece Area and lobby were very nice. Rooms however, were small and in need of renovation. Woodwork needs painting, sink had a big crack, etc. Parking garage is very dark and a long walk from Lobby entrance.

      Needs updating, freeway noise

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      I stayed at the Buffalo Adam's Mark this past weekend to attend a wedding. The hotel lobby is lovely and has lots of nice original art, but the rooms need to be updated - circa 1980! Some small problems with restaurant service, but staff was nice. My room was allegedly "non-smoking" but it was obviously just "declared" to be non-smoking for my benefit - curtains and bedspreads were stinky, and, while the room next to mine had one of those "no smoking" symbols on a little plaque on the door, mine did not. Although the location was good for my event(s), please be aware that the hotel sits RIGHT NEXT to the busy freeway. Guests are charged for parking in the Adam's Mark lot, and use your cell phone for all calls - high fees for using their telephone, even for local calls.

      Loved the Easter Sunday Brunch

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      I took my wife and 10month old daughter to Adams Mark for their Easter Sunday Brunch. It was absolutely terriffic!!! The food was fabulous and the presentation probably the best I have seen at any hotel. The service was excellent and very friendly. We will be back again next year and will probably make this a family tradition !!!! Thanks for your wonderful commitment towards excellence..........my family enjoyed every minute of our stay!!

      Great Experience

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      My wife and I spent one night at the Adams Mark on 2/13/04 and even though there was a youth confewrence at the hotel with 1100 attendees we had a great time. The hotel provided complimentary transportation to the Buffalo Sabres hockey game. We also ate at the hotel and were not disappointed. We would highly recommend the Adams Mark to anyone going to Buffalo........

      Adam's Marks

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      My wife and I lived in Buffalo all our lives and recently moved away and was visiting our families for Thanksgiving. We decided we would stay in the Adams Mark since we've never stayed there. The first floor and recreational facilites were recently renovated and were quite nice.

      They must have had the 2nd team working the holiday there was no staff to assist us with our luggage-so we let that go. There were only maybe 10 cars in the lot (which we had to pay to park in-Buffalo was empty-obviously everyone left to go visit somewhere else). The room was straight from a 1970s roadside motel-starving artists paintings on the wall, flowered bedsheets and stained,smelly rug. Perfect to commit suicide in. I'm 6'6" the beds were too short the pillows were like laying on a stuffed sock and our end of the hall had no light. We asked for different accomodations-and were told no more rooms at the EMPTY INN....Free breakfast buffet was included thankfully since there are no restaurants within walking distance of the location or open for the holiday. Needless to say my wife and I have already made our excuses not to come back for Christmas. Last one out of Buffalo please turn off the lights.....

      Weekend at Adam's Mark

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      Having read two negative reviews here before leaving for our wedding weekend in Buffalo, I steeled myself for the worst. HOWEVER we LOVED the hotel, found the staff to be very helpful and really enjoyed the restaurant and the little Starbucks kiosk that was open by 7 in the morning. Free newspapers, very good room service and NO NOISE. I'd stay there again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Adam's Mark Buffalo

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