Clifton Victoria Inn At The Falls
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On our way back through the border there was a guy waiting in line on his bike aha we all found this rather amusing!
Tonight we went to The Keg Bar and Grill in our hotel, for dinner with a view. Once again our view was obstructed by mist but that was to be expected. We all enjoyed a protein fix and shared a decadent selection of desserts. Sadly we couldn't even see the falls lit up when the lights came on due to the mist. We missed ...
... is unbelievable you are mesmerized. The pressure of the water has erroded the falls which have reseded or fallen away by seven miles since first dicovered by a french explorer Father Hennepin in 1678. We went in the main centre to do our first tour Journey Behind the Falls (they swipe your Adventure Pass you wear around your neck). You get in a lift and go down about 170ft through tunnels to see glimpses of the water ...
... because I have heard horror stories of border crossings taking 2 hours and our stop was nothing even close to that.
I had also forgotten that parking would once again be an issue. I guess I am just done thinking for the trip because I had not considered the details of this little visit. Anyways, we finally found a place to park that would not break the bank. We had to walk right down Clifton Hill on the way to see the ...
... of small farms. I did come across interesting names of villages, some most likely having ties to the nationality of the first settlers. Some even had a certain european flare. Eventually, I did make it to Niagara Falls, to the home of my friend Paul. He was kind enough to offer me lodging for my short stay in the area. As a bonus, we headed to a small barbeque party. In the evening, I saw something I have not seen in the longest time. ...
... The place was packed with bawling, crying kids....
Went to the gambling casino (which is government owned) - it was the size of 10 football fields
- it was packed - hope it was all Americans in there losing their money....
If the Niagara Falls gambling casino is not the biggest gambling casino in Ontario, the biggest gambling casino in Ontario must really be humongous. At some point a gambling casino must be too big and it would be better to have two ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews Clifton Victoria Inn At The Falls Niagara Falls
Ants At the Hampton Inn Room 116 & 114
Three families stayed at this hotel March 11-13 and on the second night there we discovered ants in our room. The clerk at the front desk didn't believe us because they had never had a problem with ants before. Eventually maintenance came and saw first hand the problem which was worse in one of the rooms and sprayed chemicals on the ants.
The next morning we again reported the problem and the clerk once again, short of calling us liars found it unbelievable. Our concern was that our rooms were the closest rooms to the kitchen and where there is one ant there are millions. Would not recommend this property only for the rude and indignant attitude of the front desk clerk and her failure to deal with the problem at hand.
It's evident that the negative reviews regarding the Hampton Inn on Victoria Avenue were submitted after the guests had experienced an isolated, rather that typical, unpleasant experience at the hotel. The critique neglects to factor such issues as: Not everybody welcomes THEIR pet, no guest has to endure room deficiencies and don't check into a 3 star hotel expecting a 5 star property or treatment. Hampton Victoria is what it is; a decent value with immaculate rooms close to everything. We were pleased overall with our stay and the items taken issue with wouldn't be enough to discourage repeat business.
Was there for 1 night a couple of weeks ago, friendly staff, breakfast was excellent lots of choices even eggs and sausages. Paid 80$ for our party of 4, had a very large room with a view of the Niagara Casino(the old one) Some rooms had a view of the lobby and eating area which was weird, so be sure to close the curtains. Free parking, and close to Clifton Hill. Would definately stay here again
My husband and I just got back from our trip to Niagara Falls. In the past we had stayed at the Sheraton (which is also nice). The Hampton Inn was very nice. I was greeted with friendly front desk staff and was told to just ask if we had any questions. Our room was standard - we had the option of either a king bed or two queen beds. The king bed was very comfortable. I did have one small complaint about the room - the air conditioner was very loud at night and would turn off and on repeatedly and we didn't get a very good sleep one night because of it. The hotel was just steps away from the casino which was very convenient. There were also nice restaurants nearby. The continental breakfast in the morning was good - we didn't have to spend any money at the expensive Perkins across the street for a decent breakfast.
Stayed at the Hampton Inn not long ago. Adequate accomadations for the discount rate we received. Yummy cookies at the reception desk. Free newspaper. The complimentary breakfast is quite nice; extensive for a "continental". Our room was clean, average size and overlooked the Atrium pool and lobby area. That was nice although it could get loud with screamming kids in the pool. The pool and whirlpool were small but OK; the lighting was somewhat dim and the area, being "atrium-like", is open and not very private. Overall, a average hotel, close to the casino, restaurants and tourist traps (aka Clifton Hill) that offers discounted rates through Casino Niagara.....or, at least, they use too.
The beds are hard. That is the first thing i noticed. Thatwas 3 years ago after I had a cow in reception for them losing my reservation. i discoveredAlso, the Courtyard and FALLSVIEW by Marriott.This place again? only one good thing.Casino right over the hill.Otherwise,only on a completely free stay..and even then I WOULD whine!
Great for A Family
This hotel is great for our family. There are lots of two-room family suites that overlook the Atrium/pool. There is also a glass elevator that really impressed my 3 children. The free breakfast includes bagels, muffins, danish, donuts, cereal, milk, juice, and fruit salad. Much more than most free continental breakfasts. The Hampton Inn is close to Clifton Hill, and an enjoyable short minute walk to the Falls. We have tried staying at other more expensive hotels near the Falls, but it's not worth the extra money. The only thing that could be improved is the television reception - only about 6 channels.
Good Value, Great location
My family and I stayed at this Hotel in April...and we had a great time. Fantastic pool in the atrium, plus we could walk to the Falls and Clifton Hill attractions. They had a family fun program and my kids got to go to a magic show with tigers and to a Hershey store cooking decorating party. We will go back.
Pitiful Public Relations
CUSTOMER ALWAYS WRONG at Hampton Inn on Victoria Ave. Niagara Falls, Canada. After carefully checking Hampton Website for Pets Allowed Policy and finding NO restrictions, I reserved online. Checked in for 2 day stay to celebrate wife's B-day & Valentines day. We were evicted next day because of our small pet. Wife not impressed. Requested full refund from Hampton manager S. Lamont BUT totally non negotiable! ABSOLUTE REFUSAL ! Needless to say Pathetic Public relations! Most hotels state policies online. Not Hampton. Whose is to blame? You decide. Check out Hampton's own pet Toucan in lobby. But they do have a no pets policy I find out too late.
What a dump!
We recently had the misfortune of spending a night at this depressing spot in Niagara Falls. There were no rooms left at the Hilton, but we were assured that this was a very good hotel. It was a dingy little room with a small, square window overlooking a parking lot. The hideous curtains and bedspreads are indescribable. The bathroom faucet was caked with old soap and mold and a floor tile was missing. The TV was unwatchable - nothing but snow. The room was FREEZING. We had the heater on full blast and it made very little difference. We had to take hot baths in order to get warm enough to go to sleep. The free breakfast was also a disappointment. A dreadful hotel - avoid at all costs.