Why The Mansion on Delaware Avenue?

The Mansion on Delaware Avenue marries luxury service, elegant 19th-century architecture, award-winning cuisine and contemporary meeting facilities to make your small group meeting a seamless, constructive, enjoyable endeavor.


From Land Rover transportation, to evening cocktails, European breakfast spreads, 24-hour business services and more, the complimentary amenities offered at The Mansion on Delaware Avenue are unparalleled in the Buffalo area. Business travelers staying at The Mansion need not worry about parking downtown, finding meeting locations and printing directions, renting a vehicle or arranging dinner plans.

Enjoy smoked salmon and freshly baked pastries while sipping locally roasted coffee and reading your selection of regional and national news. Wander over to your on-property meeting area or boardroom where a dedicated Butler awaits your group with refreshments, required technology primed for your needs.

Break from a day of productivity and collaboration with complimentary evening wine, craft beer or freshly shaken Butler cocktails comprised of local, small-batch spirits. Try your hands at a friendly game of billiards as you await your dinner reservation, arranged by The Butlers for one of downtown Buffalo's finest restaurants. Enjoy a private drive in The Mansion's Land Rover to and from dinner before turning into your guest room retreat of contemporary design and billowing frette linens.

This is doing business at The Mansion on Delaware Avenue.


Revered as Buffalo's exclusive luxury historic property, The Mansion on Delaware Avenue is known for consistent, dependable, first-class hospitality services. The Mansion boasts countless regional and national awards for industry-leading hospitality and luxury hotel services:
  • The Mansion is recognized as a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame inductee for best-in-class hospitality among the top-performing 10% of hotels on TripAdvisor for five years in a row.
  • The Mansion on Delaware Avenue was Buffalo's first AAA Four Diamond award-winning luxury hotel, placed among 5.7% of the nearly 28, 000 hotels approved by AAA for over 15 years.
  • Conde Nast Traveler has ranked The Mansion on Delaware Avenue among the Top 20 Hotels in NY State & the Mid-Atlantic as a part of the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards.
  • The Butlers are recognized as the 2016 Lodging Employee of the Year by the National Travel and Tourism Beacon Awards for exemplifying an unparalleled level of service in WNY's hospitality industry.

The Butlers are accustomed to accommodating high-profile events and meetings, trained to ensure your group receives the utmost in privacy and seclusion. The meeting areas and boardroom provide quiet, secluded spaces catered to high-profile small group business meetings. Private Land Rover transportation allows for intimate, isolated discussion before and after off-site meetings and dining, perfect for priming presentations and reviewing material post-conference.


Business and leisure combine at The Mansion on Delaware Avenue as The Butlers arrange every formality from transportation, to your evening cocktails and dinner reservations.The Butlers are your time-saving amenity; arranging, organizing, delivering and executing, providing seamless service 24 hours a day, anticipating and meeting your needs. Arrive to a complimentary valet as The Butlers bring your luggage inside. Your transportation and dinner are arranged upon your arrival as you prep for your meeting, The Butlers' 24-hour business services at your fingertips. Business becomes leisure as The Butlers transform your corporate trip into a simple, effortless holiday at Buffalo's luxury historic venue.


The Mansion's kitchen sources the freshest local ingredients and products whenever possible with a 275 square foot Chef's Garden located immediately out the kitchen door. Close-knit relationships with resident farmers throughout WNY, our cuisine features the crisp vegetables, grass-fed meats, supple fruits and fresh herbs.

Chef creates nearly 225 menus each year, each made to order for corporate events, small group meetings, banquets and more.

General Meeting FAQ

What is the distance from the airport to The Mansion on Delaware Avenue?
The airport is a ten mile, 16-minute ride from The Mansion on Delaware Avenue. A taxi from the airport starts around $35 one way while pre-arranged shuttles start at $21 per person. The NFTA-METRO Airport-Downtown Express runs non-stop service between the airport and Buffalo's central business district for $2.50, running weekdays every 30 minutes. The Butlers at The Mansion on Delaware Avenue will arrange Land Rover transportation to pick guests up at the downtown destination.

How many meeting rooms does The Mansion have to offer?
With The Boardroom, Salon Hugo, The Library, Salon Allison and The Grand Salon, The Mansion on Delaware Avenue maintains five dedicated private event and meeting spaces. 

How many hotel rooms may we reserve for our meeting?
The Mansion on Delaware Avenue's Whole Hotel Package allows for full rental of the hotel. The package includes all 28 guest rooms, all meeting and event spaces and the entire management and Butler Team dedicated to your guests. Smaller room blocks can be coordinated by calling The Butlers at (716) 886-3300.

How many restaurants are in downtown Buffalo?
There are over 100 restaurants to satisfy a variety of tastes and preferences. The Butlers at The Mansion on Delaware Avenue are trained experts in matching guest palates to the complimenting eatery in downtown Buffalo. The Butler's Land Rover transportation offers complimentary chauffeur service within a three-mile radius of the hotel for quick, easy access to the restaurant of your choice.

Select from one of The Mansion on Delaware Avenue's Pamper Your Palate partner restaurants and enjoy a $100 credit toward the dining experience of your choice. Learn more about downtown Buffalo's finest hotel dining package here.

Butlers facilitate productivity in The Mansion on Delaware Avenue's contemporary and elegant spaces trimmed with 19th-century embellishments.

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