Discover this charming Rochester, New York hotel minutes away from the Blue Cross Arena and the Sea Breeze Amusement Park® and many outdoor recreational activities including: hiking, biking and golfing.
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Located off the New York State Thruway in east central New York, the Best Western Rochester Marketplace Inn is proud to offer friendly customer service and sophisticated accommodations. This hotel features 98 well-appointed guest rooms; each fully equipped with free high-speed Internet and cable satellite television featuring HBO®. Guests will enjoy an array of amenities including a complimentary full breakfast, fitness center, guest laundry, and a business center.
The Best Western Rochester Marketplace Inn is conveniently located minutes away from the Greater Rochester International Airport, a variety of popular restaurants and several educational institutions. Families visiting the Rochester area will enjoy spending the day at the Sea Breeze Amusement Park® or Seneca Park Zoo. This convenient downtown location is close to corporate locations including Bausch & Lomb, Xerox® and Kodak. Both the Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester are within three miles of this New York hotel. Rochester is also home to many local events such as the Corn Hills Arts Festival, the Xerox® Rochester International Jazz Festival and the Rochester Lilac Festival.
The friendly, helpful staff at the Best Western Rochester Marketplace Inn is ready to ensure a fun-filled memorable stay in Rochester, New York. Make a reservation today and save! Enjoy your stay.
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“OK stop in Rochester”
Vancouver, Washington on 15-Oct-17
A comfortable hotel in a convenient location. Friendly workers that seem to care for the customer. Clean and not overpriced. Breakfast is not that great but I think this is a trend for the Best...
Friendly and helpful staff, room was clean, bed was good and food was near the hotel. Happy with a our stay and would stay again. Breakfast wasn't too bad. We were on our way home from Maine and the...