The Red Coach Inn Historic Bed and Breakfast Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Red Coach Inn Historic Bed and Breakfast Hotel Niagara Falls
Just returned from a stay at the Red Coach Inn, stayed in the London room and it was beautiful. I think if I went again I would try to stay in a falls view room because to get to the London or Essex rooms you have to go to the back of the Inn (although you have a private enterance and you are right by the Free parking). The London room is one of the smallest, shaped much like a normal hotel room but the furnishing were beautiful, the room was clean, the bed was comfortable and whirlpool tub is a great added touch (wonderful after the freezing weather we experienced). The breakfast (as mentioned in a previous review) was nothing special, but I liked having it in the refrigerator.
The Red Coach Inn was one of the nicest places I've ever stayed. It was like staying in an elegantly furnished residence, not a hotel or standard bed & breakfast.
My wife and I stayed there for two nights with my mother-in-law and brother-in-law. The four of us were very comfortable. It was so nice, we didn't want to leave our apartment. We sat in the main room and played chess, then glanced at the many paintings and antique pictures throughout.
The breakfast was bland and non-interesting, but the kitchen was well stocked with plates, silverware, and appliances. This allowed for dining in, if you don't feel like hitting the town!!
I will definitely come again.
We had dinner at the Red Coach Inn for Sweetest Day. The service was terrible! We sat at the bar to have a drink before dinner, and the bartender completely ignored us for about ten minutes. Then he brought our drinks and never cleared away the old beer bottles from the couple that sat there before us (ick!). And the servers work in teams of three which leads to crappy service. There were more than three people waiting on us too. We ordered wine that took half an hour to get to us, and I had to send my steak back not once but twice. (This was the first time I've ever sent back anything) A 10 oz. filet is too big. The first time it was literally burned and horribly dry. The second time it was still cold and raw through most of it. You'd think that for the price you're paying they could get it right. After we finished the desert the manager offered for free, one of the team of three brought us a basket of bread to start our meal! And salads are not included in the price of your meal. What a disappointment.
Loved the Red Coach Inn
It was everything the brochure said it was and more. I felt like I was back in the Victorian Era.....very romantic, so close to the falls you could hear the roar when you stepped outside. Would go there time and time again.
Best lunch we ever had
We just got home from a business/pleasure trip to Upper New York State.
On our way home we stayed two nights at Niagara Falls. Walking back to our hotel after looking at the falls we happened to pass by The Red Coach Inn. People were dinning on the patio and as we were both hungry and very thursty we decided to stop. It looked very inviting. We had no idea what to expect as we had never heard of this place. What a wonderful surprise! We were treated extremely well and the service was impeccable. Our lunch, a chicken pasta dish was out of this world. Oh, I almost forgot to mention the Cheddar Stout soup. That is a must have!
We have had beer cheddar soups before, but nothing to compare with this.
Having read wonderful things about the Red Coach Inn restaurant in Niagara Falls, NY, we decided to stop for lunch on a Saturday in early June. The place was not very busy, as this was early in the tourist season. We were seated promptly and shortly a waitress took our order and explained that they had a "team" system that provided us with three servers. We then waited a full 30 minutes before any of the "team" bothered to bring us even water, while we watched other tables seated after us already enjoying their meals. Just as we were about to get up and leave, the bread finally came out at the same time as the rest of the meal, the soup my husband ordered never did come, and the salad had the wrong dressing. What a disappointment! When we complained, we were told that it was a new crew. Funny, they didn't charge us "new crew" prices. Despite the fine reputation, we'll never go back there again. We got better service at Denny's!!
Fantastic hidden treasure
Friends had booked a table for the 8th Feb 03 - our wedding night - we called in on the 7th to see what the restaurant was like - and ended up leaving 2 hours later after having the most wonderful lunch ever. Needless to say we returned following our wedding for an evening meal on the 8th. The food, staff and the setting were all perfect. One young waitor had remembered us from the day before and came over to congratulate us. Definitely give this place a go - although we didn't stay here - and believe me I wish we had - if the service and standards in the restaurant are anything to go by the rooms must be fantastic.
Quaint, historic Inn
I wanted to take my husband somewhere special for his birthday weekend. This is definitely the nicest place on the American side of the falls. We had a beautiful suite with a fireplace, king sized bed, jacuzzi tub, full kitchen, living room for not much more than you would pay for a regular room in the area. We were very happy with our choice. The restaurant with the inn is also excellent.
Comfortable rooms in a perfect location
Just returned from a 3-night stay in a $189/night suite -- and it was worth every penny. Located right across from Goat Island, the inn is within easy walking distance to the NY side of the falls. The Niagara River rapids could be seen from our living room windows. A gas fireplace provided romantic warmth at the flick of a switch. A stocked refrigerator, microwave, china plates and stainless steel utensils made the suite feel like home. Provisions included cereal, scones, muffins, fruit, cheese, crackers, and champagne. Buffalo Street is a quiet, relatively low-traveled thoroughfare, so street noise was never a problem. Plenty of parking behind the building.
A true Pleasure
To stay at the Red Coach Inn at Niagara Falls, NY is a wonderful experience! It matches old world charm with modern amenities to create a comfortable and relaxing base for touring the area. The staff respects a guests' request for privacy, yet when asked are ready to assist in answering any questions or to arrange for room service. Along with its desirable locale to the falls and Goat Island, I feel it is the one to choose.