Comfort Inn Clifton Hill - Niagara Falls Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Clifton Hill - Niagara Falls Hotel
Excellent Hotel Near the Falls and Casino!
My family came to Niagara Falls for a weekend trip late November. We were very pleased to find our hotel to be spacious and service to be quite good. Our room was comfortable and clean.
Suprisingly the prices were very reasonable for a hotel located so close to everything in the Falls; Our kids, who were under 18, stayed free!
There was some pretty good family restaurants on site (Boston Pizza & Kelseys) although there was many others nearby on Clifton Hill (Rainforest Cafe, Planet Hollywood, etc.)
Many different attractions are walking distance to the hotel like the Maid of the Mist boat ride, Casino Niagara, Clifton Hill and many more.
Unfortunately the Maid of the Mist was not running while we were there.
Overall I would recommend this hotel for its reasonable price and awesome location.
We stayed here in August 2003 for 2 nights. First night the room was dirty and had little bugs flying around. The table had something sticky all over it and the carpet had food on it. They moved us to another room the second night and it much larger and very clean. This is a good location for kids.
Pleasantly surprised with Comfort Inn Clifton Hill
I was pleasantly surprised with the Comfort Inn @Clifton Hill. First of all, the location was excellent. We were in the heart of Niagara Falls and within walking distance of The Falls, the Casino and restaurants. The staff were attentive and polite. My room had two double beds which were confortable and felt like queen size beds. The room and bathroom area were clean and faced the Quality Inn Clifton Hill near the parking lot. I was surprised at how quiet it was. F.Y.I. all rooms do not have an iron, so bring your own. My brother and his family stayed in one of the family rooms. Two double beds were in a semi-private room with a television and the bathroom. The other was a king size bed with a large closet and television. The continental breakfast was the best I ever had. The choices were great especially for families. The pool area was larger than I expected. I plan on returning next August! P.S. there is free parking for guests, but finding space maybe difficult especially during late evening or night.
This hotel is superb value for money
One night, November 3. I have spent plenty of nights in hotels around the world, but I have to say this is one of the best experiences I have ever had. From the polite, efficient and helpful staff to the massive, clean comfortable room you cannot go wrong at the CICH. For the price I paid, this hotel is just simply amazing value. Comfortable beds, excellent cable tv, superb and varied continental breakfast (included in price as well) - just a shame I arrived at the resort just as everything closed for the season - go see the Falls anytime, if you want the attractions go from May-October!!
Great location, friedly staff, good value for the price
Stayed from September 16-18, 2003.Great location, good rooms, just steps from the Clifton Hill tourist area, and a 3 minutes walk to the falls. Lots of free parking, very friendly staff that even organized internet access for us or gave directions and tips for trips.The only flaws: Thin walls, you can hear the TV in the neighoring room, and we got a smoker room, although we reserved from Non-smoking, but were told at the time we booked there were only smoking rooms left.Very good value for that price (55/62USD) including continental breakfast with a very wide selection; would definitely stay there again next time.
We have just returned from a four day visit to Niagara Falls where we enjoyed the friendly staff at the Comfort Inn. Every staff member we encountered was friendly and eager to make our stay as enjoyable as possible. This is a great place to stay and a good value for your dollar. We will definitely stay there again.
We had a wonderful stay
Me and my husband spent Valentines day (2003) in Niagra Falls, ONT.
Since I made my reservations on the Internet, I could only go by the pictures and other vistor reviews. Needless, to say I was exteremely pleased with the Staff, Room and the Hotel Resturant.
We had to stay w extra days because of the Snow Storm (Feb-2003).
I have just made my reservations for October - 2003 to stay at the Comfort Inn Clifton Hill (again). It is a great location when you have kids, because the Arcade is very close and other activities also.
Loved the family suites
We stayed at the Comfort Inn Clifton Hill, in September of 2002. The staff was extremely helpful, the hotel nice and clean. The breakfast which was contential but way more than enough to feed a family of four. We stayed in a family suite poolside, it was clean, the maid never bothered us, and the pool and jaccuzi area were wonderful. We loved it so much we booked our family vacation there again this year. Same room, same hotel, when we stay at other hotels this is the one that we compare them to. It was wonderful, if you want a nice hotel and a very decent price, this is the hotel to stay at.
Value with great cleanliness
May, 2003 Had a terrific room. Water is always hotter than hot. Free breakfast was fresh, with many choices.The hotel was very clean and the staff nothing but courteous.The indoor pool and hot tub were clean and pleasant.Yes, I would stay again. Add in free parking, who wouldn't
A Nice Place for a Good Price
It is now known as the Comfort Inn Clifton Hill. Date of stay: September 2002 Length of Stay: 3 nightsFamily of 4We found the place to be clean and the staff extremely friendly and attentive. There is a nice pool and large jacuzzi. They have a generous continental breakfast that is included in the price of lodging. Its one drawback is that it is in the Clifton Hill tacky tourist trap area, but it is set just far enough back from the street that you are away from the noise. It is a few blocks from the American Falls and the Maid of the Mist, and about 1/2 mile to the Horseshoe Falls. We would definitely stay there again. It is a nice place at a reasonable price - in September, it was a real bargain.
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