With so much to do, visiting Niagara Falls can zap the energy of even the most seasoned tourist.
For this reason, it’s imperative for weary travelers have a comfy place to rest up and recoup their energy for another fun-filled day at the falls. When planning an unforgettable getaway to Niagara Falls, consider booking a stay at one of the following hotels.
Located in the heart of the famous Falls Avenue Resort, the Skyline Inn is a stone’s throw from a wide range of restaurants and tourist attractions. Regardless of whether you’re staying in a single room, double room or family suite, you’ll be able to sleep in a comfy bed, watch a large-screen television and take advantage of the hotel’s complimentary Wi-Fi. Additionally, art aficionados are sure to appreciate the historic paintings found in every room. Families interested in saving money will be pleased to learn the Skyline Inn allows children to stay at the hotel and dine in the attached restaurant free-of-charge.
Since the Skyline Inn is connected to the Falls Avenue Resort through a heated skywalk, guests can comfortably travel to and from the hotel during the bitterly cold winter months. Without setting foot outside, you’ll be able to visit such popular attractions as the Fallsview Indoor Water Park, Adventure City Arcade and Hershey’s Chocolate World. Travelers who intend to spend a good deal of time at the Fallsview water park should explore Niagara Falls Hotel Deals and look into booking one of the Skyline Inn’s affordable Fallsview Indoor Water Park packages.
Sterling Inn and Spa
Described by its website as the only boutique hotel in Niagara Falls, the Sterling Inn and Spa prides itself on keeping guests comfortable and relaxed. The hotel’s spa employs a staff of trained masseuses to provide visitors with a soothing array of massages and hot stone treatments. Newlyweds taking advantage of one of the hotel’s honeymoon packages won’t be able to pass up a romantic couples massage. In addition, guests who value skincare will love the spa’s refreshing facial treatments. To get the full spa experience, don’t leave without undergoing one of the Sterling Inn’s relaxing seaweed, clay or mud wraps.
The Sterling Inn is also home to AG Inspired Cuisine, an attached four-star restaurant managed by renowned chef Cory Linkson. With its mouthwatering array of steak, seafood, lamb and rabbit dishes, AG Inspired Cuisine’s menu provides your taste buds with a spa treatment of their own. The restaurant is also a popular spot for wedding receptions, so if you and your sweetie will soon be tying the knot in Niagara Falls, keep AG in mind.
Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls
One of Niagara Falls’ oldest hotels, the Crowne Plaza has been delighting guests for nearly 90 years. The Crowne Plaza’s spacious rooms are furnished with comfortable queen-sized beds, plush sofas and other first-class amenities. Couples in the market for a romantic getaway should book one of the hotel’s convenient couple’s packages, which include a number of useful coupons and gift cards for nearby restaurants and attractions. To cater to gourmet diners, the Crowne Plaza’s attached restaurant frequently hosts culinary events headed by celebrity chefs like Massimo Capra and Jamie Kennedy.
Sheraton on the Falls
The Niagara Falls branch of the world-famous Sheraton hotel chain, Sheraton on the Falls is a classy, amenity-laden establishment. Located directly across from the iconic falls, guests are given a breathtaking view of Niagara Falls no matter where their rooms happen to be.
Each room features floor-to-ceiling windows to enhance the magnificent view, two of Sheraton’s trademark Sweet Sleeper Beds and a roomy sitting area — complete with an artificial fireplace. Guests with an appreciation for fine dining will enjoy the tantalizing culinary creations served up at Windows, the hotel’s Four Diamond Award-winning restaurant.
Clifton Victoria Inn
The Clifton Victoria Inn prides itself on its “Three For Free” policy, which provides guests with complimentary breakfasts, parking and Wi-Fi service. Each of the hotel’s fully-furnished rooms features two plush queen-sized beds, a mid-sized flat-screen television and a coffeemaker for guests who can’t start their day without a cup of joe. For guests that need more fuel in the morning, a well-stocked breakfast buffet is available free-of-charge in the hotel’s dining area each. While not quite as extravagant as the fancier establishments, the Clifton Victoria Inn offers travelers a comfortable place to hang your hat for an affordable price.
A hotel is a traveler’s home away from home, so it pays to choose with right one. Fortunately, when visiting Niagara Falls, you’ll find no shortage of quality lodgings.