The Delavan Hotel & Spa
The Salvatore family welcomes you to Western New York’s Premier Boutique Hotel. Designed for comfort, The Delavan’s 60 elegantly appointed, luxury rooms and suites, large hallways and a spacious lobby. Amenities include a full spa from the award winning Capello’s Salon and Day Spa, offering hair, manicure and pedicure services, a fitness center, and the newest in integrated electronic technology.
The Delavan is perfect for Bridal parties, business travelers, and couples looking for a romantic getaway. The soon to open Capello’s Salon and Day spa will be the perfect add-on to a girls weekend getaway.
The Delavan Hotel & Spa is conveniently located on The Salvatore’s Hospitality Campus that also includes Salvatore’s Italian Gardens Restaurant, The Chandelier Bar, and Salvatore’s Grand Ballrooms.
Located just 2.5 miles from the Buffalo International Airport (complimentary airport shuttle service available) and moments from Exit 49 off of the Interstate 90, making us easily accessible to short and long distance travelers alike.
In addition to our central location, The Delavan offers many amenities and services at a competitive rate, providing a great value to our guests. It is in our mission to go above and beyond for every one of our patrons to ensure a memorable stay.
Location & Attractions
Centrally located to the Walden Galleria Mall, with over 200 specialty shops and 7 full service restaurants.
15 Minute drive to Downtown Buffalo with attractions such as Burchfield Penny Art Museum and Albright-Knox Art Gallery, located in the historic Elmwood Village; downtown First Niagara Center and Buffalo’s newest addition, The HarborCenter & Waterfront.
25 Minutes from Niagara Falls and Niagara Falls State Park, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
30 Minutes from Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills.
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The Delavan, is appropriately named as a fitting tribute to the original J. Salvatore’s Restaurant, opened by Salvatore’s grandfather in the late 1930’s on Delavan Avenue in downtown Buffalo, NY.
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