Knights Inn Tonawanda/Buffalo Area
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We didn't want to spend too much so this was one of the best cheapest hotels we could get.
Rooms were clean but old.
It was about 15miles from Niagara Falls but very near to all eating outlets like Buffalo Wings.
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