by Amanda Geronikos
The Sheraton on the Falls is one of the most coveted hotel in Niagara Falls, Ontario. It provides spectacular views of the famed attraction (don’t forget your camera), and is so close, the roar of the falls can be heard from many guestrooms. The hotel is conveniently situated on Clifton Hill, a hub for attractions and restaurants.
While the location is the hotel’s main draw, Sheraton on the Falls rolls out the red carpet for families, with plenty of onsite or nearby dining options, spacious guestrooms with mini-fridges, free Wi-Fi, pools and a private walkway to Fallsview Indoor Waterpark. If you’re traveling with grandma and grandpa, they’ll appreciate a private walkway to their own play land — Casino Niagara.
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Our Editor Loves
- Views of Niagara Falls
- Onsite restaurants
- Walkway to Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
- Water Parks
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Find the Best Price for Your Stay
The expansive hotel provides a total of 669 accommodations, each of which include the hotel's signature beds, Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds. Most rooms include mini-fridges, and all provide coffeemakers (with coffee by Starbucks), pay-per-view movies and free Wi-Fi. Cribs are free of charge, and rollaway beds can be requested for $20 per night.
Traditional Two Queen
These rooms provide two queen beds, and but don't provide any views.
Cityview Two Queen
These rooms also provide two queen beds, but offer "city views," which are actually views of buildings and parking lots.
Cityview One King
These rooms also offer "city views," but have one king bed instead of two queen beds.
American Fallsview Two Queen
If you're looking for a view of the Falls and enough space for your family, this is your best option. These rooms provide floor-to-ceiling windows and a view of the Oaks Garden Theatre.
Superior Fallsview Two Queen
These rooms provide slightly more space and even better views, particularly at night when the Falls are illuminated. They have two queen beds.
Deluxe Fallsview Two Queen
These rooms are located between the 14th and 19th floors, affording even better views of Niagara Falls. They're equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows and two queen beds.
Deluxe Fallsview One King
These rooms are exactly the same as Deluxe Fallsview Two Queens, except they provide one king bed.
Fallsview King Jacuzzi
This room option is best suited for adults, with one king bed, a giant soaking tub, fireplace and a gorgeous view of Niagara Falls.
American Falls Corner Suite
These rooms also provide soaking tubs, fireplaces and awe-inspiring views, but they additionally provide sofa beds to sleep four guests (five if you order a crib or cot). Guests of these rooms receive access to the Club Lounge, where complimentary breakfast and snacks are served.
Canadian Falls Corner Suite
The hotel touts these rooms as those with the best views, and they provide one king bed and one queen sofa bed to sleep four or five guests. If you stay in one of these rooms, you'll also enjoy access to the Club Lounge.
Penthouse Two Story Suite
If you want to truly spurge, book a stay in a Penthouse Two Story Suite, which has a bedroom loft and bathroom on the upper floor, and a sofa bed and second bathroom on the lower floor. It can sleep four to five guests. Of course, the views can't be beat with a location on the 22nd floor. Access to the Club Lounge is included.
by Paul B
I can't say enough about the Sheraton on the Falls,Canada.My wife and I spent the greatest Anniversary we could ever ask for. It was extremely important to us to celebrate our 50th year. Everyone at the Sheraton went above and beyond to make sure it would be an unforgettable experience. From the time we drove up to the day we left everything was perfect. If there's a higher rating than 5 stars, they deserve it.
by W I
It was I good experience we had fun. I recommend this place good service. Special thanks to chef Dan and all the staff at the falls view buffet. And thank you to everyone works there keep up the good work
The hotel provides an indoor swimming pool, open year-round, and an outdoor pool, open during the summer months. There are no lifeguards on duty.
Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
Guests of Sheraton on the Falls can easily access Fallsview Indoor Waterpark via an indoor walkway (they can also access Casino Niagara). The popular water park features 16 waterslides, pools, games and places to eat. While water park admission isn't included in hotel rates, guests can purchase packages to combine accommodations and admission, plus other extras.
Fallsview Grand Buffet Restaurant
This recently renovated restaurant features views of Niagara Falls, along with a delicious spread for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Kids (ages 12 and under) eat free between 5 and 6 p.m. with the purchase of an adult meal. The restaurant is open 7 to 11 a.m. for breakfast, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch, and 5 to 10 p.m. for dinner.
There's a Starbucks located next to the lobby, with the usual suspects -- minus bagels -- on the menu. Seating is provided in the hotel's lobby lounge.
Planning & Tips
All About the Extras
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
Parking is available for $25 in a parking garage. When you arrive, you can park in a temporary lot while you check in to the hotel. Staff will direct you where to go.
The hotel offers a Family Waterpark Package, which includes one or two nights' accommodations and four passes to Fallsview Indoor Waterpark. Other packages are offered, but are mostly geared toward adults.
Available to guests on the hotel's upper floors, the Club Lounge provides complimentary, continental breakfast and snacks throughout the day.
The hotel provides an extensive fitness center, with cardio and strength training equipment. Towels are provided.
Check-in is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at 11 a.m. Don't plan to check in early, especially during high season. The hotel guarantees guests can check in by 4.
The Art of Smart Timing
Sheraton on the Falls bustles with excitement throughout the year, particularly in the summer months, when rates -- even for the most basic rooms -- are highest. You'll pay a pretty penny no matter when you visit, but consider a visit in September, October, April or May to avoid some of the crowds.
Sheraton on the Falls is located 45 minutes to an hour from Buffalo Niagara International Airport, with traffic factored in. Expect to pay $4.50 in tolls -- a $1 toll in New York, and then a toll of $3.50 to cross Rainbow Bridge to Canada.
The hotel is so close to Niagara Falls that it doesn't make sense to drive. It's also located on Clifton Hill, putting several restaurants and attractions within reasonable walking distance. If you plan to visit the Skylon Tower, you'll want to drive, and parking is available for $10 there.
For Mom and Dad
Guests of the hotel receive free beer tastings at Niagara Brewing Company, just around the corner. Taste a few beers before ordering a whole pint, along with small plates such as a cheeseboard and soft pretzel duo. The atmosphere is casual, so kids can come along.
There's plenty to do right at the hotel, too. Visit the Christienne Fallsview Spa for a relaxing massage or wrap before heading to dinner at Windows by Jamie Kennedy, where locally sourced ingredients are featured in innovate entrees that include Candied Nut Crusted Ontario Lamb Shank and Sweet Potato Crusted Atlantic Salmon. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list. Be sure to make a reservation well in advance. If you don't want to be away from the kids, try the hotel's social hour, hosted between 5 and 6 p.m. daily. Local wines are served for a small fee.