March 9-11, 2018


Welcome to the perfect downtown Buffalo retreat. Located in the historic Richardson Romanesque J.A. Webb building, one- and two-bedroom suites combine modern amenities and boutique charm. Enjoy easy access to sports, entertainment, shopping, and dining, as well as quick transportation across the city via the Buffalo Metro Rail at the Seneca Station stop, just around the block. Convenient for all travelers, Lofts on Pearl is near the Buffalo River and Lake Erie, a short drive from Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF).

Parking & Hospitality

Self-Parking available from $10-$20 a block from hotel. Rates are subject to change.


Buffalo is brimming with nightlife options. Are night clubs and dancing your scene? Try the Chippewa Street Entertainment District. For a laid back, classic Buffalo bar, head to Cole’s, Founding Fathers or Gene McCarthy’s. Live music fans will love Nietzsche’s and Sportsmen’s Tavern, two legendary Buffalo venues. Resurgence Brewing Company and the dozens of beers on tap at Big Ditch Brewing Company, Flying Bison Brewing Company or Community Beer Works will leave you in craft beer heaven. Allentown, the Elmwood Village and Hertel Avenue are also full of late-night bars and restaurants, and with a 4 AM closing time, you can party all night!


With hundreds of events scheduled throughout the year, there’s something for everyone at Canalside. Plus with a ton of free activities, Canalside is the place to be whether you’re looking to unwind, have some fun in the sun or ice skate on the canals.

Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino

Amid the thrill of professional sports, year-round activity, and the energetic nightlife of the city's Inner Harbor area and Cobblestone District, Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino offers non-stop thrills. Across the casino's 67,000-square-foot casino, guests will find more than 800 slot machines and 30 table games to keep their pulse racing.

KeyBank Center

Buffalo loves its sports. Just a stone’s throw from the casino is KeyBank Center, home to the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres.


One of the world’s favorite snack and game day foods – chicken wings – originated at Buffalo’s famous Anchor bar one night in 1964. While Buffalo still embraces that claim to fame, there’s also an incredibly diverse culinary scene at nearly 1,100 independently owned restaurants in the region. Looking for a great night out? Try Italian at Tempo, sushi at SeaBar or contemporary cuisine at the Left Bank. How about some Buffalo classics? Don’t miss brunch at Betty’s or the red sauce at Chef’s Italian Restaurant. There’s something to please every palate in Buffalo.