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The place is a renovated 1929 heritage building that was a dining club with guest rooms on the third and fourth floors. The club eventually folded and was converted with great care to this gracious hotel, with the only the same floors have guest rooms....More
I just spent one night here as I came to Rochester for a concert at the Eastman Theater. What a lovely, well-kept Inn this is. Beautiful chandeliers and silk floral arrangements make for a great first impression. My room was spotlessly clean. The furnishings are...More
This was unfortunately one of the worst hotels I've ever stayed in. There wasn't much right about my experience. You expect really great service from a boutique hotel, but that wasn't the case. There weren't any niceties at check in such as, "do you know...More
I called this hotel, wanting to stay there. A young woman answered the phone. I asked her name, and she was reluctant to tell me and finally said "Sam". She asked me to hold three times, and on the third time, she hung up on...More
Chose the Inn on Broadway due to its proximity to a museum we were going to in the area. What a beautiful historic hotel. Beautifully appointed room complete with robes. Our room looked as if it had been renovated recently. Was traveling with my adult...More