My Reservations :
Choice Privileges®
Customer Support

4371 Federal Dr., Batavia, NY, US, 14020

  • Phone: (585) 344-9999
  • Fax: (585) 345-7400
4.3 out of 5 (44 reviews)
77% of guests recommend this hotel
Selected Favorite
  • Outdoor Activities

    »Mancuso's Bowling Alley

    Mancuso's offers 36-lanes with electronic scoring, weekly rock & bowl, and a full arcade with pool tables that is connected to the bowling facility.

    214 East Main Street
    Batavia, New York 14020

    »Falleti Ice Arena

    Offers public skating, lessons, hockey, and birthday parties.

    22 Evans Street
    Batavia, New York 14020

    »Adventure Calls Outfitters

    The Genesee River, within Letchworth State Park, is the perfect trip for novice paddlers and families alike. Cattaraugus Creek in March and April offers thrills and spills for anyone willing to brave the weather. The Salmon River is everyone's favorite, providing heart pounding rides in the spring and summer both. They offer lots of other fun outdoor adventures in addition to rafting.

    33 Swan Street
    Batavia, New York 14020

    »Terry Hills Golf Course

    Terry Hills features a championship 27-hole public golf course. The all new clubhouse boasts both a restaurant and banquet facility that offer panoramic views of the golf course. Locally renowned Chef Gene Hewitt has created the restaurant menu using a unique blend of classic cuisine and his own personal touch. It features great sandwiches, burgers, pastas, and salads as well as seafoods and steaks. There is also a seasonal 18-hole miniature golf course on site.

    5122 Clinton Street Road
    Batavia, New York 14020

    »PolarWave Snowtubing

    A downhill ride in uniquely designed snow tubes is what snow tubing is all about. PolarWave Snowtubing Park arranges for such snow tubing events, complete with music and refreshments. You can make group as well as individual reservations to enjoy this fun trip down the 'chutes'. The park organizes holiday parties, reunions, corporate events as well as parties for senior citizens. Call for snow tubing hours as they vary according to weather conditions.

    3500 Harloff Road
    Batavia, NY 14021

    »Genesee County Park & Forest

    This 431-acre park is located on land that once was owned by the county "poor house" in the late 1800s. It is the first and oldest county forest in the state. The park has gently rolling hills and five small ponds. There are six miles of trails that can be used for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. There are also snowmobile trails. The trail system also has Braille and large-print signs. The interpretive center has many hands-on exhibits for children. Other park amenities include picnic tables, grills, horseshoe pits, volleyball nets, playground equipment and baseball fields. - Christine A. Smyczynski

    11095 Bethany Center Road
    East Bethany, NY 14054

    »Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

    This 20,000-seat performing arts center in the Darien Lake entertainment complex attracts national and international acts for both Canadians as well as Yanks. For those intending to catch a concert, the complex has its own hotel — the Lodge on the Lake — as well as several restaurants and places to grab a drink. Check website for complete calendar of their summer concert series and for other information. 

    9993 Alleghany Road
    Corfu, NY 14036

    »Darien Lake Theme Park & Resort

    Located between Buffalo and Rochester, this family-oriented entertainment complex ranks as the largest theme park/resort in New York State. Everything here is done on a grand scale—from the Superman Ride of Steel to the 20,000-seat Performing Arts Center. There are more than 100 rides in all, spectacular laser light display, water park and five massive coasters, as well as the Lodge on the Lake Hotel, gift shops, campgrounds, and restaurants such as the Beaver Brothers Lakeside Cafe.

    9993 Alleghany Road
    Corfu, NY 14036

    »Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge

    This 11,000-acre wildlife refuge, which is situated in both Genesee and Orleans Counties, is the largest wildlife refuge in New York State. Known locally as the "Alabama Swamps" because it's located within the town of Alabama, it has wooded swamps, marshland, pastures, and cropland. It is a sanctuary for migrating waterfowl and home to 10 different species of duck, as well as fox and deer. There are three nature trails, along with four overlooks. In the winter the trails can be used for cross-country skiing. Fishing is also permitted on the refuge; catch northern pike, blue gill, yellow perch, white perch and carp, to name a few. - Christine A. Smyczynski

    1101 Casey Road
    Basom, NY 14013

    »Merle Maple Farm

    The Merle family has been producing maple products for over 100 years. With 16,000 taps they are one of the top ten producers in New York State. In addition to syrup they make a variety of maple products including maple cream, maple mustard, maple sugar and maple candy. They have won top prizes at the state fair several years in a row. While the farm is open for sales year-round, the best time to visit is during Maple Weekend in March. During this event they offer tours of the sugaring house, horse-drawn wagon rides, kid's activities and product samples. - Christine A. Smyczynski

    1884 Route 98
    Attica, NY 14011

    »Mill Creek Golf

    Located only minutes from Rochester, in nearby Churchville, Mill Creek Golf offers a new nine-hole executive golf course in a quiet country setting.

    670 Hosmer Road
    Rochester, New York 14428

    »Great Pumpkin Farm

    The Great Pumpkin Farm is a lovely way to celebrate autumn in Western New York. It is the place to find all your fall decorating needs, including hay bales, corn stalks and of course, pumpkins. They have thousands of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes, from tiny gourds to huge hundred-pounders. In addition, you can get apples and fresh squeezed cider. There are a variety of activities including pony rides, a corn maze, live entertainment, tractor-drawn hay rides, face paining and more. Special opening festivals include the Oinktoberfest BBQ cook-off and the World Pumpkin Weigh-off. - Christine Smyczynski

    11199 Main Street
    Clarence, NY 14031
    Earn valuable points toward free nights.