The Salvatore family welcomes you to Western New York’s Premier Boutique Hotel.

Family owned and operated,  Salvatore’s Garden Place Hotel prides itself on quality service, refined accommodations and a premier guest experience.

With over 160 rooms and suites, The Garden Place Hotel provides a refreshing STAYcation experience for guests. Our location is perfect for business travelers, families exploring Western New York’s attractions, or a romantic couples recharge.

Enjoy our new breakfast restaurant.  Whether you are looking for a gourmet coffee, fresh pastries, or made-to-order breakfast sandwiches The Garden Café is here to serve you.

Remington’s Lounge is a full service bar located within The Garden Place Hotel; Happy Hour specials are featured daily with two menu options available for guest selection. Please stop by the Lounge Monday-Friday between 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. and weekends from 3:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Stop in for our Daily Happy Hour 4:30-6:30!

The Courtyard, at The Garden Place Hotel, is a spacious indoor venue perfect for Wedding Ceremonies, Receptions, Business Events and more.

For more information call 716-635-9000 or email:

Celebrate, work
or take a romantic getaway

The Garden Place Hotel is perfect for Bridal parties, business travelers, and couples looking for a romantic getaway.

Let’s Spend The Night Together!

Stay up late — Get up early — We have you covered.

Unwind with a cocktail from Remington’s Lounge.  Start your day in our comprehensive fitness center and recharge with a made-to-order breakfast at The Garden Café.

Located just 2.5 miles from the Buffalo International Airport (complimentary airport shuttle service available) and moments from Exit 49 off of the Interstate 90, making us easily accessible to short and long distance travelers alike.

Nearby attractions include: Niagara Falls, New Era Field, Key Bank Center, Shea’s Performing Art Center, Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo’s Outer Harbor, Universities, Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House, The Albright Knox Art Gallery, and more.