The Wright Suite

The city of Buffalo boasts of 5 homes and other structures designed by the great architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, including one of his most ambitious structures, a home for his friend and confidant, Darwin Martin, President of the Larkin Soap Company. Wright also designed the company’s Larkin Administration Building which was razed in 1950 and led to the preservation movement in Buffalo. The Wright Suite is characterized by references to the influences on Wright’s vision: Asian cultures and his Prairie Style. The Wright Suite has a sitting area, a side room, queen size bed, and a full bathroom with a leaded glass window.

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.