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Buffalo Wing Festival Lodging and Travel Directions

If you are planning on attending the 2006 National Buffalo Wing Festival in Buffalo, NY, you may want to consider the following hotels, some of which are offering discounts. Hart Hotels, the official sponsor of the festival, is offering a special rate on rooms so if you book a room, mention the Buffalo Wing Festival.


2006 Guest Room - $94.00

Holiday Inn Buffalo Downtown (716) 886-2121 5 minutes from festival
Holiday Inn Buffalo Airport (716) 634-6969 10 minutes from festival
Holiday Inn Buffalo Amherst (716) 691-8181 15 minutes from festival
Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Buffalo / Galleria (716) 896-2900 5 minutes from festival
Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Buffalo / Airport (716) 631-8700 10 minutes from festival
Hampton Inn Amherst (716) 689-4414 15 minutes from festival

DIRECTIONS FROM AIRPORT

Follow signs exiting airport to 33West to Downtown, follow that to 90 West, take exit 53 from the 90W onto the I-190 heading towards Downtown Buffalo/Canada From the I-190 you will exit at Elm Street (exit # 6) Keep left at the fork and then turn left onto Swan Street. Dunn Tire Park is on the Left.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM EAST

Take the 90W to the I-190 heading towards Downtown Buffalo/Canada From the I-190 you will exit at Elm Street (exit # 6) Keep left at the fork and then turn left onto Swan Street. Dunn Tire Park is on the Left.

DIRECTIONS FROM WEST

Take the 90E to the I-190 heading towards Downtown Buffalo/Canada From the I-190 you will exit at Elm Street (exit # 6) Keep left at the fork and then turn left onto Swan Street. Dunn Tire Park is on the Left.


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