Nice hotel to sleep and rest. The front desk person was awesome great customer service. He was kind, responded to all our questions and treat us with respect
Room was clean and the location was close to everything I was very please
The historic boutique property that was originally built in 1904 as a flour mill conveniently located within walking distance …More
The primary reason anyone wants to stay here is the view of Niagara Falls. Other hotels may have about the same view, but none have better. From our 19th floor, the view is spectacular, especially at night.
For those with kids, the indoor pool is small and dated, but fun. A hot tub and steam room are also available.
The Applebees on premises does the room service and cooks breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We didn't try their food, so no comment. Avoid the $7 breakfast buffet across the street, the food was bad.
The room was large enough with two double or queen beds. It was clean, comfortable, and decent, without being very well-appointed. The "jacuzzi" tub is a one-person tub, not like the suite tubs shown in the pictures. The biggest problem was trying to get the curtains to close sufficiently to block the sunlight in the morning, as the rooms face east.
Traveller from Albany NY
This Niagara Falls hotel overlooks the Horseshoe Falls; Fallsview Casino is next door, and Clifton Hill's world famous Street …More
Pocket Guide: Niagara Falls , Canada Fort Erie Hotels
Americans and the British fought at Fort Erie during the War of 1812. In summers, the town is abuzz with battle reenactments. The Mahoney Doll’s House Gallery is a dual attraction. Inside, the museum has 140 exhibits with dolls from around the world. Underneath, a tunnel crosses below the Niagara River. Part of the Underground Railroad, the tunnel led African slaves to freedom in the 1800s.