Marriott Rochester Airport

1890 West Ridge Road, Rochester, New York, 14615, United States
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Forum Posts

Is this a safe area in Rochester?

by baz12

I am going to be visiting Rochester University with my son. Is this a safe area? I would like to stay at the Strathallan Hotel on East Avenue. How is the neighborhood-both day and night? No one at the University seems to answer our questions about safety.

Re: Is this a safe area in Rochester?

by pg12359

I graduated from the University of Rochester and have also stayed at the Strathallan. Safety is a relative term. I do not consider either area "unsafe" but, as always, common sense should prevail if wandering around these areas - particularly at night.
The U of R campus is very safe and there is really no reason to leave the campus - especially if you are just visiting. I did not wander around the area of the Strathallan since I attended a wedding there and had no reason to leave the hotel. I did park my car on the street for two nights and had no problems.

Re: Is this a safe area in Rochester?

by baz12

Thank you for your response. Some people were saying some parts of the city are high crime areas--I just wanted to make sure of this area. I know at night, in all areas something can happen, but the percentage is higher in some neighborhoods (as I can attest to in my own city of Phoenix AZ). Thanks again for your reply.

Travel Tips for Rochester

take a drive downtown via...

by NANCYD

take a drive downtown via Monroe Ave better yet park your car and take a stroll down the Ave just down a side street will take you to Park Ave another street of interseting people ... people watching is fun here ...Cobbs hill is where the citys water resovior is and a beautiful view of the city is seen here the sky line is breath taking from here Highland Park is a must see espically in early May when the Lilacs are in bloom there are many other beautiful flowers and trees High Fallsa is another must see tucked behind Kodak Park and Frontier Feild High falls is where the night life happen many clubs and reastrants are here and the city everputs on a laser light show on the falls at night Rochester may not be a big city but it is a fun place to live Since I grew up on the out skirts of Rochester my fondest memories were when I was a young foolish teen living in my first appartment off the Park ave Monroe ave area ....we were young and crazy and enjoyed the city alo....t the streets were our friend laughing up and down the streets not a care in the world

Sector 7

by davecallahan

The city of Rochester is delineated into 10 individual political/social units called sectors.

Sector 7 is the arts and culture part of the city. It extends from the rail tracks on the north to Monroe/Highland Avenues on the south and from the Inner Loop of I-490 on the west to a wedge of Highland Avenue/rail tracks on the east.

Inside this sector you will find University area, East Ave area, Park Ave area, Cobbs Hill, Pinnacle Hill and Upper Monroe. The first three of those areas are where you find the Art Gallery, the Science Museum and the historic houses from early Rochester times. This is where the "Neighborhood of the Arts" is and Village Gate Square (art gallery and upscale mall).
Upper Monroe neighborhood is where a resurgence of upscale yuppies are moving in with eclectic off-beat shops and boutiques. Cobbs Hill is where the city reservoir is located and is a popular hiking/jogging area. Pinnacle Hill is the highest point in the city andallows of view of Lake Ontario and the Finger Lakes, all the local bodies of water, but only on a very clear day which are few and far between for Rochester.

Get a "Garbage Plate"

by eng17ine

One of the biggest parts of going out in Rochester is ending a night of drinking with a Garbage Plate at Nick Tahou's. Nick is the only TRUE Garbage Plate but lots of places have their own plates.

The typical plates are 2 Hots or Hamburgers over Mac salad and Home fries, you can subitute beans or French fries. An they are topped with onions, mustard and a meat hot sauce.

Park Avenue Festival

by davecallahan

Artisans from the Rochester/Monroe-County area will be showing their arts and crafts again this year. The first weekend in August celebrates Rochester's contribution to the world of art with a festival that goes from Alexander Street and Park Avenue all the way down to Culver Road and Park Avenue. There are more than 300 craftsmen lining the road with tables and tents to exhibit and sell their wares. Food tents and stages with live entertainment will be placed at strategic spots along the route.

See the website below for details on times, dates and events. There is also a section on where to park.

street map and guide

by davecallahan

A street map of Rochester makes it pretty easy to get around the city and the adjacent suburbs. The map should show the one way streets so that you can wind your way around downtown without getting too frustrated.
An example of a good map to have with you is the Rand McNally paper map (available at books stores like Barnes and Noble). Nowadays there are also good street finders and maps on personal GPS systems but I have not advanced beyond the paper and pencil stage myself so I do not feel comfortable with the newfangled gadgetry yet.

A good walking guide for the city and nearby parks is Freeman's Walking Guide for Rochester. It has over 30 places to spend time out of doors seeing sights in Rochester by foot or bike.

Also check the "warnings" section of the VT travel guide for Rochester and mark the places on the map that can be dangerous for naive visitors (especially at night).
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/cda2d/8/

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Address: 1890 West Ridge Road, Rochester, New York, 14615, United States