Four Points By Sheraton Niagara Falls Fallsview
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... do you get to see that in your life?
We opened the door and the wind and cold hit us like a brick wall, we had never ever experienced anything like this, it was totally foreign but we just started walking towards 1st Avenue, the snow was already about 8 inches deep on the footpaths and on the roads, in fact covering absolutely everything, we could barely walk and I was looking forward to getting into the warmth of the cab. The wind was incredibly fast ...
... dump our bags and venture out. Stopping for a bite to eat. We were recommended to check out "Dad’s diner….it’s like a diner" we had a good laugh at the description the lovely Irishman at the desk had given us. Enjoying about a half hour walk we went to use our adventure passes heading south following the Niagara River until we reached the falls. Who needs a map when you have the river?
... Hudson and Buffalo to name a few, is a pleasant and relaxing way to travel, especially if you've booked a business class ticket and virtually have the whole table to yourself in the dining car. The scenery didn't take long to change from built up city to a peaceful, wide brown river, with forests, lilly covered swamps and ponds, and cornfields hidden away in between them for as far as the eye could see. The train left just before 10:30, and didn't arrive on the American ...
... up for selling the car. We had one guy come to take the car for a test drive in the evening and he gave us an offer which we said we would consider. After such a hectic day we were happy just to relax for the evening so we headed across the road for a beer.
In the morning, we didn't have a whole lot to do but figure out what to do with all our camping gear. I rang back the guy and accepted his offer for the car and we throught about doing a ...
... at me while I dithered confusedly.
First stop in Canada? Naturally, it had to be Niagara Falls! We took a stroll along the boardwalk, snacking on kosher hot dogs (tastes just like the normal kind...yup...) and trying to figure out why our hair kept going static, sticking straight up in the air every so often for no apparent reason.
Predictably, we then took a Maid of the Mist boat ride into the Falls, which ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Niagara Falls Fallsview
Stayed here Aug 1-2, 2003. Got a good deal off of Priceline.com. My 2nd stay here in 2003. This hotel is not as close to all the fuss around the existing Casino and Niagara tourist attractions (that could be a positive or a negative to you). They are building a brand new Casino right next door which is supposed to be done by the end of 2003 (I think). Parking is limited, they do have an overflow lot accross the street, parking is $12CAD a day, when I stayed in April 2003, I was not charged parking because I purchased a "package deal" through Orbtiz.com. Local Phone calls are $1CAD, 1-800 calls are free.
After much research, I decided on this hotel do to reviews and the Marriot name. The price was right too. Ended up being around $100us funds a night. Didn't have a fallsview room though.
I was very impressed with the beautiful room decor and the comfortable beds. The staff was very courteous and helpful. Many good restaurants and activities were within walking distance. I am glad that we did not pay extra for a fallsview room because there are now several new buildings blocking the view, unlike many pictures found on the web that depict a clear view. We would definantly stay here again.
I stayed at the Renaissance Hotel over the July 4th weekend. We paid a premium rate for a so called deluxe fall view room, which featured a highly obstructed view of the falls and was overlooking the construction site for the new casino being built. The street in the area are messy because of the construction and there is dust everywhere. The parking situation at the hotel is deplorable. There is a small lot in the back of the hotel but after that fills up, there is a remote unprotected lot across the street that guests are required to park in (at the price of $12 per day). The car immediately next to ours was broken into by having its sun roon smashed in. The rooms themselves were very clean and nice, and slightly larger than the average hotel room. The pool in small and got overcrowded quickly. The location of the hotel is fairly convenient. In would recommend staying here if you get a good rate and you don't mind being in a construction zone.
Great place, Great Service, Great Location!
WE had a great time and while we really didnt't take advantage of the on-site facilites, we found the staff to be EXCELLENT very friendly and paid atttention to detail...
Also it is a prime location about a 2 min walk to the the Incline that takes you to the Falls and next door to Hilton. Definitely one of the best plaes I stayed at and Niagara Falls minutes away you can't go wrong!
Samer Plano, TX
Excelent except for the food
I absolutely loved everything about this hotel except for the fact that there high end dining room was the worst meal and service I have ever suffered through in a high end restaurant. I have no problem paying top dollar in a restaurant but I want something special for the money. When I am paying almost $40 an entree I better be getting what I pay for. The food was deplorable.
Better than the rest
The hotel was absolutely wonderful. Great service and very friendly staff. The romance package is highly recommended. The rooms are tidy and much nicer than in other highly-rated hotels. The food in all of the restaurants is excellent.
Lovely room and view...
Booked a standard city-view room for Memorial Day weekend on the Marriott website (which owns R hotels) for $119 CAN. We check in quickly and were up to our room in minutes. To my surprise, we were upgraded to a corner two-room suite with a view of the falls. The view was slightly obscured by the new casino being built directly across the street, so I probably would have been a bit upset if I had paid $75 extra per night for a falls view. The hotel was very quiet, with down comforters, and a nice pool/jacuzzi area. Quick walk to Clifton Hill. I was very glad we stayed away from this area. Fun to walk around and see, but all the noise and lights would have made it hard to sleep.
Arrived at 3am!! This was one of the best hotels I have stayed in. The rooms were absolutely HUGE! on a corner of the building with tall glass window walls for a nice 180 view. (ask for room 1517) A nice little foyer as you walk in. The price was amazing. The decor was very "rich" and well done in fine taste. Extremely clean, bathroom was a pleasure to get ready in. Within 5 min walking distance to Clifton hill and falls. Staff is Wonderful!! Well done!!! I should've kept my room there and drove to Toronto back at night. It would've been worth the drive.
What a trip!
Me and my boyfriend stayed at the Fallsview in 1999 and it was fantastic! The hotel was very cheap, very clean and staff were very friendly, how refreshing after staying in hotels in the UK !