As the Buffalo Bills gear up for the start of training camp and we all eagerly await the start of the season, there’s a popular fan hotel going up for sale. When people from out of town fly into Buffalo, many choose to stay at the hotel closest to the airport. One of them is being sold and auctioned soon.
There is nothing like staying in a hotel. Some of my favorite childhood memories are the fun we had at hotels during summer vacations and road trips with the family. There’s something special about an indoor pool or the long hallways to walk through and what a kid doesn’t like and the elevator! Come to think of it, IF I had the money, having to stay in a hotel could also be fun. Here is the opportunity for those with good cash flow.
According to multiple reports, one of the oldest and most popular hotels in the Buffalo and Western New York area is up for sale.
A real estate company has listed the 300-plus-room Millennium Hotel Buffalo on Walden Avenue in Cheektowaga for sale and the minimum bid is two million dollars. The hotel is still open and operational and the auction is scheduled for September 6-8.
Now that we have kids, I still enjoy staying in hotels and traveling. Now we are looking for more “kid friendly” places to stay. Our children are all under 6 and I understand that most people want peace and quiet when staying in hotels. Our kids aren’t always so calm, so we bought an RV and did more camping than hotel stays. But for Mom and I, a one-night getaway always finds us at a hotel somewhere enjoying some peace and quiet.
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