Multimillion-dollar renovation completes at Hampton Inn & Suites hotel

by | 16 Oct 2020 | Design

The wide-ranging revamp of Hampton Inn & Suites Buffalo-Downtown, supported by architectural and interior design practice Thomas Hamilton and Associates, has now finished.

Buffalo Lodging Associates has announced the completion of this six-storey, 140-key hotel’s renovation programme. The extensive refurbishment saw the revamp of all the property’s public spaces and guest rooms.

Thomas Hamilton and Associates makes its mark

The multimillion-dollar renovation work encompassed a variety of elements from carpets, floor tiling, window treatments and paintwork to soft furnishings, artwork and lighting. Thomas Hamilton and Associates thoughtfully conceived these new modern interiors to accommodate guests’ desires to be both comfortable and connected throughout their stay.

“Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Buffalo-Downtown takes pride in providing our guests with a memorable travel experience backed by the latest innovations and amenities in hospitality,” said Jeff Dougan, president and CEO of Buffalo Lodging Associates. “These renovations demonstrate our commitment to guest satisfaction and alignment with the standards of this category-leading brand.”

Modern comfort in downtown Buffalo

Following the work, guests can expect to see touches of cool blue running throughout each guest room, and sleek greys with purple accents distinguishing the lobby.

The hotel’s suites boast fully equipped kitchens along with separate living and sleeping areas, as well as spacious guest rooms featuring amenities such as microwaves, mini-fridges and coffee-makers. The convenience factor is upped further by the addition of complimentary breakfasts, wifi and access to a fitness centre, as well as the luxury of a whirlpool spa and indoor heated pool.

The hotel’s 220 Delaware Avenue location also provides travellers with easy access to a range of restaurants and downtown Buffalo attractions such as Albright Knox Art Gallery, Shea’s Performing Arts Centre and Canalside waterfront. From here, guests can venture onto famous sporting and cultural venues, as well as experience the spectacular natural beauty of Niagara Falls.

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