A stay at Clarion Hotel & Conference Center places you in the heart of Dunkirk, steps from Chadwick Bay and close to Dunkirk Historical Museum. This hotel is within close proximity of Dunkirk Historical Lighthouse and Rockefeller Arts Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned guestrooms. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and complimentary newspapers, as well as phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities, including a health club, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. This hotel also features wedding services and a fireplace in the lobby.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast and lunch, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms and banquet facilities.
Since 1910, Hallmark has stocked its shelves with a wide variety of greeting cards, gifts, and thoughtful keepsakes. Patrons can write a formal request for better candy from neighbors with Halloween greeting cards ($0.99+ each) or record a personalized greeting card to document a baby's first words in English or made-up baby language. Keepsake ornaments ($9.95+) inspired by the memorable Peanuts comic strip feature Snoopy, Lucy, and Charlie Brown decked out in Halloween costumes, and a variety of scrapbook kits and photo albums help to preserve memories without having to pickle the brain. A large selection of wrapping paper, ribbons, and bags encloses gifts in layers of festivity.
Tanning Bed bronzes bodies with a bevy of beds calibrated to control the ideal combo of UVA and UVB light. The tanning center's tanning beds offer a better way to copperize your chassis by allowing you to control your exposure to the sun's trilogy of UV rays. Thanks to a set of beds sporting bulbs that are regularly changed, tanners receive the maximum bronzing benefit from the warm, relaxing bath of vitamin-D rich light. Customers can choose to generate a golden bod through an array of options, including one-week ($9.99), one-month ($39.99), and three-month ($89.99) memberships. Packages of two ($9.99), 10 ($39.99), and 20 visits ($69.99) are also available, helping turn your skin bronze more efficiently than wearing a dress of living goldfish.
In 2005, after years of working as a freelance engineer, Karl Farmer decided to draw on his business sense, mechanical know-how, and love of colored sponges to start his own residential and commercial cleaning company. Karl handles the business aspect, and his wife, Richelle, handles the day-to-day operations, sending out fully insured technicians to clean homes or wax the floors of local businesses. Clients can request an NYCS technician's power-washing services to clean the side of a building or rouse sluggish children for school.
The chopper controllers at Western New York Helicopters steer flight instruction that ranges from one-time introductory experiences to complete pilot certification. The resident fleet of R44s and S-300Cs gamely trucks the earthbound on any aeronautic needs, from local tours to power line patrols to diplomatic negotiations with the owl kingdom. Launching from Hamburg Airport just 15 miles south of Buffalo, the happy hoverers direct air traffic from both Canadian and stateside pilots-to-be.
The story of Rose Brook Golf Course dates back to the late 1960s, when—according to course lore—a retired iron worker who had found success by inventing the popcorn machine set out to turn his lifelong dream of owning a golf course into a reality. In the process of achieving his goal, a course maintenance mishap culminated with the man driving a bulldozer over a 100-foot gorge. The man survived the plunge, the story goes, and drove the heavy machine 2 miles out of the creek before returning to sculpt the rugged earth and relentlessly remind the dozer that it owes him its life. Styling itself as “the working man’s country club” ever since, the course has retained the vision of its founder, as friendly, laid-back vibes resonate across 18 holes of rolling terrain in a diverse, 5,806-yard layout, providing guests a pressure-free respite from their vocations. During each round, players contend with 12 ponds as well as frequent encounters with the aforementioned gorge, which runs across multiple holes and sends shudders down the cybernetic spines of passing golf carts. After their birdie-hunting expedition, clubbers can enjoy succulent meats right off the grill or sudsy beverages to wash down inadvertently swallowed divot tools.
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