The operation began as a luxury-suite hotel for men and women of wealth, social refinement and prominence. They expected comfort and aristocratic accommodations while visiting the Pan American Exposition, and found them only at The Lenox.
Under new ownership since 2005, every area of the hotel has been renovated in keeping with this original tradition. Performing artists, international visitors and tourists of all types are delighted to discover that the Lenox has maintained its historic charm.
Today, the Lenox is proud to be the only hotel in Buffalo that has been in continuous operation since the late 1800’s.