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Binghamton Riverwalk Hotel & Conference Center


3 Star Hotel

225 Water Street Binghamton, New York 13901,
Phone: (607) 722-7575




Binghamton Riverwalk Hotel & Conference Center Overview

Located in downtown Binghamton, New York near the confluence of the Chenango and Susquehanna Rivers, Binghamton Riverwalk Hotel & Conference Center is ideally situated for those who want to experience the best of the area’s historic, cultural, and scenic offerings, while enjoying the convenience of being in downtown’s business and government districts. Our hotel is also just minutes away from Binghamton University and Broome Community College.

With 207 extra spacious guest rooms and hotel suites, Binghamton Riverwalk Hotel & Conference Center is prepared to accommodate every traveler, from individuals to conventioneers. Our full-service hotel features on-site restaurant and lounge, full room service, and an indoor heated lap pool and whirlpool.

Enjoy Broadway theater, opera, and performing arts at the historic Forum Theatre, just steps away from our front door, or take in a world class symphony or ballet at Binghamton University’s Anderson Center. Our downtown neighbors include NYSEG Stadium, home to the Binghamton Mets, The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, home to Binghamton Senators Hockey, The Roberson Museum, and numerous shops, art galleries, restaurants, cafes, and nightspots of course, our hotel is the perfect starting point for a stroll or jog alongside the Chenango River on the Binghamton River Trail.


(607) 722-7575

Pet Travel Tips:

  • Before leaving, check to make sure the hotel accepts pets. And check either our on-line advertisements or directly with the hotel, to find out any restrictions, fees, etc.
  • Also find Emergency Veterinary Clinics in the area to which you're headed.
  • If the pet travels with you, it will retain a sense of identity. However, pets can become frightened and bolt away from you out of open doors and windows. Keep your pet on a leash when outside your car or hotel.
  • Occasionally travelling can upset your pet's stomach. Take along ice cubes, which are easier on your pet than large amounts of water. It is recommended that you keep feeding to a minimum during travel. More pet travel advice...