The Wade Room

In 1932, Buffalo’s spectacular Art Deco City Hall was completed. Designed by the architect John Wade and his assistant George Dietel, the building captured the eclectic character of America’s seventh largest city. The Wade Room incorporates doors, lights, and artwork reminiscent of Art Deco, with floor to ceiling windows, leaded glass, and inlaid floors. A queen size bed, water closet and shower ensure a comfortable stay. The Wade is handicap friendly.

Standard in all rooms:
Parking for one vehicle, air conditioning, WIFI, cable and flat screen TV, coffee maker, full bath, hair dryer, Gilchrist and Soames bath products, and full breakfast. An iron and ironing board are available upon request.