Comfort Inn Fallsview

Address: 6645 Fallsview Blvd, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2G 7G1, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6645 Fallsview Blvd, Niagara Falls, is near Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara Fallsview Casino, Queen Victoria Park, and Casino Niagara.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Fallsview Niagara Falls

    Nice, new clean hotel


    Just a quick note to explain the truth about the hotel. It is very new, (opened Aug/2006). It is very clean and well maintained, but of course, it is new! I don't know how anyone could be disappointed with this hotel, other than if they are looking for the floor to ceiling windows, with a view of the falls. If it's a view of the falls you must have, than don't stay here, inspite of the name. Others that have complained about the rates, you must bear in mind, this is a tourist destination. You are going to get a wide variance in prices according to the season, and night of the week. I stayed here on a Thursday nite in Feb/2007 for $50 cdn. I'm sure that weekend nites in the summer, the rate would be triple that, and probably still a good value.

    All in all, a very nice, new, clean hotel, with a great indoor pool, close to all the attractions. Just make sure the rate is within your budget and you won't be disappointed,

    Good New Hotel - don't bother with falls view room


    Very new hotel less than a year old so every thing clean and modern. Conveniently located near the top of the incline railway, the large casino and the Skylon tower. Large car park but a charge for using it despite there only being about 8 cars in it. Small heated indoor pool. There is a premium ($9 i think) for a room with a falls view but don't bother (see photo)

    Worst liftime experience.


    We visited Niagara at the late October, since late October is not a high season we have not done any reservation, when we arrived at the front desk of the hotel, we where given the price which was four (4) times more than the average price I could get on the internet if we would book it before in the same hotel. Average price was 82$ at the time and we where charged 309$. We where tired so we took it.... maybe our fault, we could not consult internet at that time and we did not know the average booking price.

    The place is clean and ok, but does not correspond to the ammount of money they charge for it.

    The complimentary breakfast was few cookies, coffee and milk.. We expected something more from a place that charged as that much...

    When I asked the front desk if we want to extend our stay in the hotel we where given the price of 595$ per room.

    This is very sad that we have such things in "civilized" countries where honest bussiness supposed to be respected.

    This is not a honest bussiness.



    Loved It!


    We recently stayed at this hotel, great choice! The hotel is only about 3-4 months old. The staff were very helpful and friendly, the location was ideal.

    The room had a jaccuzi in it and it was amazing, beautiful, well furnished rooms, it was a bit pricier than I thought it would be, however much cheaper in comparasion to other hotels in the area. Walking distance to all the attractions nearby, as well as the Falls, and the room also has a balcony.

    The hotel didn't inform us that a continental breakfast was included, however many restaurants nearby, so not a big deal. There is an additional 9.00 to park at the hotel, and they do tell customers this at the time of booking.

    Overall, I loved the hotel and I will definately stay there on my next visit!! Walking distance to all the attractions nearby, as well as the Falls, and the room also has a balcony.

    A Terrific Experience


    Talk about clean . . . . this place was immaculate and we couldn't have been treated better. Front desk staff were friendly and most helpful. We had lots of questions about places to eat and things to see. Although only two of us were staying at this hotel they made a special effort to make a get-together for nine of us comfortable by bringing in extra chairs / glasses etc.

    The beds and linens were oh so comfortable too.

    The no-charge lite breakfast was a bonus we weren't expecting and the two ladies running the breakfast room were so nice and friendly. Lots of juice, fruit, yogurt, muffins and toast plus coffee that was hot and fresh. A nice start to the day. On our first morning we hadn't realized that breakfast was available so had headed across the road to a buffet place that was expensive (in our estimation) and not that good so we were VERY happy to find the breakfast at the hotel to be just what we needed. One other benefit was the good value parking at the hotel and VERY convenient disabled spots too.

    All in all a very pleasant and better than expected experience in Niagara Falls thanks to helpful staff and a truly immaculate room. Add this one to your check-list if you are looking for good value, cleanliness and a very convenient location to everything you could want. . . . even a pool!


    Beware of price


    Price seemed high for the back of the building with a view of the parking lot.

    Facility is new and clean but were disappointed by the total lack of any view, attitude of front desk staff and parking charge of $9/CDN.

    Price was higher than anticipated but the location of hotel was good.

    Loved Niagara Falls but would definitely stay some where else next time.

    Amazing Accomodations


    We've been travelling to Niagara Falls now for about 17 years, about 3 to 4 times a year. My wife and I have tried various places through out the years, our AAA agent reccomended the all new Comfort Inn, because of their "Grand Opening Special". The indoor pool opened on the second day of our stay and let me tell you, it was amazing. The proximity to everything such as the falls, attractions, restaurants, couldn't have been better. We parked onsite at the hotel and were within walking distance to everything, it was 9 CDN to park but thats cheap compared to everywhere else. The casino was directly across the street and so were the horse shoe falls and their onsite restaurant "World Famous My Cousin Vinnys" was unbelieveable, the entertainment was top notch, and the food was excellent. Would reccomend to anyone looking for a great time in the falls.

    Not bad for the price


    Please don't let the name fool you. It has a partial view of the Niagara river from the top floors which is down a street next to the Embassy Suites.

    My wife and I were here for a three day vacation on the way to Toronto. It's a centrally located hotel but the view is atrocious if you consider the fact you must pay extra for it.

    If you want a good comfortable room in Niagara Falls for a "decent" price, it's an excellent place but if you truly want a good view of the falls; Go to someplace else like the Radisson or the Embassy Suites.

    The price is suspect if you consider what they think as being Fallsview but as a whole, it's not that bad considering the going rate. I think the parking cost at 9/CDN was a little much but again, going rate.

    Fallsview Ccomfort Inn Blues !!!!


    Recently came back from a four day trip to Niagara Falls. We stayed at the Fallsview Comfort Inn and found it to be "new", but not ready to really be opened yet. I saw a "special" in the AAA magazine, but of course they no longer had "that deal available" even though I called 2 days after the magazine arrived. We had to wait 2 hours to get our room, The elevator did not work correctly and of course we were on the 8th floor to enjoy "the view from our balcony". The balcony turned out to be 9 inches of platform outside of our sliding glass door. (Hint: do not take any room ending in 01 or 10 or you will find yourself with the "mini balcony". The other balconies although small were adequate. The door to the room did not shut properly, The sliding glass door to our "mini balcony" did not lock, The phone did not work, The "new pool and hot tub" were not ready even though we were told they would be on numerous ocassions, The outdoor hot tub was extremely cool, The front desk people did not have a clue as to what they were doing, parking was $9.00 per day( Hint: park at the with a players card). And to top it off we were over charged about $50.00 more than we were quoted which could not be adjusted because "that's the right price". If it seems too good to be true it probably is!. Niagara itself was wonderful...the "cave of the winds" was a great attraction and only cost 10.00...don't miss this ! The U.S. side except for goat island was dismal, the casino was tight, The aquarium was embarrassingly small . I love Niagara, but will NEVER again stay at the Fallsview Comfort Inn...You would be wise to do the same!!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Fallsview Niagara Falls

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Niagara Falls

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    A travel blog entry by carinamary on Sep 30, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

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    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 10, 2015

    15 photos

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