The Inn is constructed like a two story "motel" with open cooridors (you open your room door and you are outside). The rooms are well appointed, very clean and an average size. The furniture in my room was mixed. The hardline (bed, tables, TV/credenza) looked new and very high quality (as was the mattress/bedding). However, all the upholstered chairs (there were four) looked as if they had been stored outdoors in a rainstorm. The material was ripped and badly stained. The room had all the amenities you could ask for; fridge, iron/board, alarm clock, a clever single-serve coffee pot, and LCD TV with cable. The bathroom was on the small size, but clean and well maintained. A nice selection of toiletries were provided. There were soda vending machines, ice machines and laundry facilities available. The lobby was small, with only a couple of tight tables to accomodate the continental breakfast service. The selection was good and what you would expect. The make-your-own waffle station was a nice option if you wanted something hot. The location is near a rather dull college campus, hence the name. It's a few blocks from the last stop of Buffalo's one and only subway line. Strangely enough the system is run on a honor system. There are no ticket turnstiles to go through. The first several "above ground" stops downtown do not require a ticket. It is only when you enter the underground section when tickets are "required". The neighborhood is rather commercial, but not industrial or too busy. I felt safe walking around on my own. There is a Dunkin Donut's right next door and several other casual restaurant (McDonald's, pizza, Chinese) options in a nearby strip mall.