Families love that they can walk to multiple attractions from this hotel. Horseshoe Falls is just under a mile away and Clifton Hills and Fallsview Indoor Waterpark are only four blocks from the hotel. At the hotel guests can enjoy the indoor pool, outdoor pool, and garden. The standard room with two queen beds to accommodate up to four guests will work great for families. Connecting rooms, cribs, and extra beds are available. These guestrooms also include breakfast, free Wi-Fi, cable TV, private bathroom, and air conditioning. Breakfast is served every morning, and the hotel has a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner. Guests can also find multiple restaurants within walking distance.
Our Editor Loves
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Walk to Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
- Free breakfast
- Water Parks
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
My wife and I arrived to Niagara Falls a day early. We were unable to check into our regular hotel, so we needed a place to stay for the night. For one night for a king room, with parking it was over $150.00. I could see paying that for a five star hotel, but this was definitely not. The staff was ok. The room and hotel was out dated in some areas. The bed was not comfortable, and the breakfast food, and choices were poor. the parking was tight, and it was a little bit of a walk. I am a Choice Gold member, and this was one of the worse hotels we ever stayed in.
Room is comfortable enough for a family retreat. Book here for a good room rate and location. The morning staff is generally annoyed by people, but nevermind them and have a good time. 1 block to bus stop or 15-minute walk to activities. Safe to walk, but the route has some dark streets with no traffic at night. Taxis are readily available, but save yourself the agony and go online to find info to call one yourself instead of asking someone who works there. Restaurants nearby. Hot breakfast included. Bring keycard to get in to eat, but expect a big, ugly scene if you attempt to take any food back to your room for your disabled child. Apparently a major no-no that you're expected to know ahead of time. No fridge or microwave. There is a coffee maker and hair dryer, and I liked the set of both firm and soft pillows provided. Balcony you can actually step out onto and use. TV channels are fuzzy, maybe to make sure you see the note by the screen saying you'll be charged for missing towels (they count daily). Lady in charge of breakfast locks the door early, complains, and is generally loud and rude. Front desk staff during the day seem tired of dealing with people, but the guys on the night shift make up for it by being very nice.