Millennium Airport Hotel Buffalo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMillennium Airport Hotel Buffalo Cheektowaga
Staying on the park and stay deal.
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Despite being an old hotel the main foyer was very nice. Rooms were unexpectedly very well put together.
We had asked for an early checkout but come morning we were awoken by a knock. Then another knock sometime later. Then a third time when we told the lady we were to check iut at 1 pm.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Millennium Airport Hotel Buffalo Cheektowaga
After staying at this hotel last year when it was the Four Points, I saw great improvement! Although the exterior still needs some work, the room decor was so nice. The bed was much more comfortable than last summer! Hotel staff was very accomodating and attentive. It's also a nice location for an airport hotel. A shopping mall is just next to the hotel, which offers more dining options than just the hotel restaurant. The Millennium Aiport Hotel is ablsolutely an above average airport hotel!
I am from the niagara region in Canada, I wanted to spend the night at a Buffalo hotel and take a shuttle in the morning to catch a flight at nearby Buffalo Airport. I found that this hotel had great shuttle service and was close to a mall so we had something to do the day before. The rooms are a little tacky and were being renovated while we were there, defininitely not a place for a long stay if you plan on spending time at your hotel.
It was okay
There weren't really any problems but the room was old. We had a king bed and the room was a fair size. Yes the carpet was stained, the fabric on the little lazy boy chair was stained, the sink was cracked, floor boards and ceiling tiles need replacement but it was clean. The pool area was quite nice. A number of rooms faced the indoor pool which would have been nice if you were on the 2nd floor. Excellent location to the highway, airport and Walden Galleria which you could walk to.
This hotel is billed as 3-stars. NO WAY could this still be considered a 3-star property. Stained carpet, pealing wall paper, stained blankets, dusty heat vents and gross old bathroom. Upon rolling back the bedding, we found stained well worn sheets. We had to call housekeeping for new sheets which they promptly brought up within 5-minutes. I asked the front desk if we might be moved to a better part of the hotel that was renovated and not seedy. They politely said there was no renovated part of the hotel. Was happy we only stayed one night. Could not have taken two nights in this truly gross hotel. Do not stay here.
We were on the main floor. The room was disgusting. The walls were buckling, the baseboards were warped off the walls and full of dirt between them and the wall. Carpet was dirty. Bathroom was dirty - didn't even want to get in the shower.Needs a reno badly. I don't ever want to go there again. For any amount of money.
Cheap hotel (on priceline)
I stayed here for 22 dollars a night on pricline, I usually pay about 27 a night. I get some friends together for a little pool party and we sit around and drink beers poolside and hang out. The pool area has a nice vibe to it.
When you book a room on priceline, they don't give you a poolside room, so you have to walk quite a ways downstairs to the pool area. Not a huge deal.
The pool is pretty decent, indoors, has a cool tropical theme to it. No lifeguard on duty, and if you go at the right time, there is nobody in the pool to bother your group. We go on off beat days in the middle of winter and the hotel is basically empty.
There is a little video arcade next door (pretty dingy), and there is a little excercise room with sauna (ok i guess, but not very large). But no public jacuizzi. When we got there it seemed that they roped off much of the area surrounding the pool because they were holding a conference there. Weird. We made sure to not make much noise in the pool (lol). Be sure to check out the pool after like 8pm, otherwise its packed to capacity with familys and kiddies.
The actual room itself is pretty basic. Clean, but well used. Reminds me of a holiday inn. Little "ice box" fridge in each room, no microwave. No bar in the rooms. Actually its kinda worse than a new holiday inn, the rooms seem old and well used.
Free high speed internet access (dsl speeds) if you bring your own ethernet cable. Its not wifi.
Free newspaper in the morning, and the staff is pretty friendly. I didn't eat in the restaurants in the hotel, they are usually cheezy and expensive.
This hotel is right next door to the walden galleria mall, so its busy all the time. The hotel parking lot is private from the mall, which is good, but they don't do a good job plowing the lot. My truck almost got stuck in the snow drifts. Free parking though, which is a bonus.
This hotel is like 1-2 miles from the airport, which is good for travelers, i'm not sure if they offer shuttle service, but I'm sure that they do.
There is a olive garden restaurant right across the street (be careful crossing, its a major intersection). There is a wegmans grocery store across the street. Both are decent places to go. Avoid the restaurants in the shopping mall, they are gross for the most part.
They walked into my room when I was NUDE!
They walked into my room when I was NUDE! This is the WORST hotel EVER! Stay away. The hotel is old and dumpy. VERY MEAN STAFF.
Not worth the steep price!
My family and I recently stayed at the Four Points Sheraton in Buffalo, NY for 3 nights/ 4 days. The total of the bill was $727.00!!! What I asked for was a room with a king size bed, jacuzzi, and sofa sleeper for two daughters to share. What I ended up with was a room with king size bed, jacuzzi that was not aestically pleasing (looked like something out of a hospital), stains on the carpets and fleas in our beds! Not to mention our room was right next to the pool which does not close until 10pm. We heard a lot of yelling, screaming and kids were banging on our door! We also noticed that the security was lax in allowing the nonguests on the property. People were able to walk in off the street and use the hotels pool without anyone saying a thing. There was no keycard or doorkey needed to access the facilties. This caused the pool to be overcrowded and the noise level intolerable. We tried to rent a movie using the on screen tv menu which indicated the price was $10.99 to watch.. I admit this was too much to pay for a movie you only get to watch once but imagine my surprise when I got the bill and saw that I was charged $64.00 for this! By the end of our stay we were all grumpy from lack of sleep, frustrated by the poor quality of service and itching from head to toe from flea bites! (We later discovered that the hotel permits dogs to be brought into hotel which would explain the flea infestation.) I would not recommend this hotel and I would never stay at the Four Points Sheraton again.
We stayed in the 3rd floor of the hotel which was the floor that haven't renovated yet. The floor was completely worn out. Lightings in the corridor were terrible. In the room, it was even worse. Wallpaper started to come off and the ceiling looked like it was going to fall down. The basin in the washroom was cracked. Carpet in the room stained. The heat inside the room was too hot even thought we set it at the lowest temperature. Overall, the room looked like it was from the 80s design. The good thing with the hotel was the housekeeping department. Bed + linens seemed to be clean and tidy.
Sheraton Four Points - Buffalo Airport
Well maintained hotel. Many coferences, banquet activities can make parking annoying, especially in winter. Grounds crew have some difficulty keeping up with ice and snow on parking lot. Staff are very accomodating. Frequent traveler club is wonderful. Breakfast and dinner are offered with membership, which is free. Menu is varied and plentiful. Club staff take pride in providing for their guests. Hotel is centrally located. A good place to stay if you are driving in Buffalo and don't know the city. Shopping is across the street.
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