Hampton Inn Niagara Falls
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Hampton Inn was great
This was my second visit to the Hampton Inn and I found it to be very clean. The staff is courteous, and location is convenient.
Price is right !
Enjoyed the one nite stay before crossing the bridge into Canada.We reserved two weeks before arrival and was pleasantly surprised that all our requests were met. We had a late check in time of 9:00 pm, our room was held and it was the style of room we requested. Breakfast was good,staff pleasant,and within a short walk to the casino and the American falls.An upgrade over the near-by Ramada and Holiday Inn hotels.
Best in niagara ny
stayed here labor day weekend 2004, nice clean rooms. EXCELLENT free breakfast, best i've ever had, check in and out went quickly and smothly, would recommend to everyone, short walk to falls/goat island, very close to casino
Dirty and Disgusting
I am not hard to please as long as the room is clean and ours was not. The bathroom was filthy, which I wound up cleaning myself. The blankets on our beds were dirty (gross!) and when I called the front desk for clean ones, they never brought us any. We went out for two hours to see the fireworks over the Falls and when I returned we did not have clean blankets. I went to the desk and got my own blankets. We were supposed to stay two nights and decided to check out after one night. All the manager could say is that he was sorry. Not good enough for us. I read all of the other reviews and that is why I decided to stay here in the first place.
Great staff, I lost my earring and they found it and mailed it to my home.
The staff was very friendly and the room was clean and spacious. I lost my earring in my room and they found it and mailed it to my home. This hotel is close to the falls and within walking distance to the Seneca casino.
Good breakfast and close to falls
Nice hotel, room was clean. Very nice breakfast area and breakfast. Staff are friendly. Close to the falls and Casino. Not a lot to do on the New York side of the falls, though.
Great service, would definitely recommend it
The staff at the Hampton Inn chains are always extra friendly and helpful. The housemaid, the maintenance guy, reception, they all made our stay so much more enjoyable. The hotel is a short walk to the casino and I would imagine a pleasant walk to the falls in the warmer months. They have print outs of directions to most places in the area, great rates, free parking and breakfast. The hotel is not new but we had a pleasant stay. I would stay here again and would recommend it to all my friends and family.
Great place to stay....
We have stayed several places in Nigara Falls and The Hampton is by far the very best... Clean,staff friendly and helpful...Just and overall a very enjoyable stay....Next time we are in Niagara Falls we will be staying at the Hampton....
Great hotel. Relatively new. Clean. Bright. Really enjoyed the breakfast. This hotel is just down the street from the Seneca Niagara casino.
Wedding Bells in Niagara Falls!
We were recently married in Niagara Falls and had all of our grown children join us at the Hampton Inn for the weekend. The Hampton Inn provided a warm, friendly atmosphere in which we could all spend time together. In addition to the room accommodations being comfortable, the dining area in which sumptuous continental breakfasts are served acted as a place for us as a family to "hang out", play games and just sit and talk. During the weekend we had many times when someone in our party wanted to locate a store or attraction. At the front desk we were always treated efficiently and courteously, in addition to consistently walking out the door with directions in hand. We would highly recommend the Hampton Inn Niagara Falls for comfortable, pleasant, affordable accommodations. We even found time to catch the shuttle at the front door and head over to the new casino for a few hours. From beginning to end, we had a wonderful trip!
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... way plus tip, they have a list of times, or any time $85 plus tip. So we took a taxi and had a really nice driver, who gave us some tips and took us to Ontario, Canada. We booked him for the way back and he said he would take us via the American side so we got a bit of a look around as well. We went straight up to our room to get rid of our gear, and found we had the most amazing view from our room. We dig out our beanies, down jackets and gloves, it's freezing outside, ...
So Niagara Falls was a little disapointing, at some point in history they decided it was ok to have a load of hotels and casino's built on the sklyline, which didn't look great, and it was actually much much smaller than we imagined! We didn't dwell on our negativity for long as we boarded the maid of the mist, where we got absolutley soaked! No ...
... and casinos lining the falls. Whereas the American side is basically visitor centres and walking paths through parks along the front and the buildings are further back. Coming back across the bridge I got to stand in two countries at the same time at the marker they have that indicates exactly where the border is. It was a pretty crazy thought that I was in both Canada and America all at once. I entered customs in the us side and ...
We continued our journey to the USA, backtracking almost to Montreal. One of the things I love about Quebec is the blend of French and English names of towns, something like St.Isidore de Grantham or St. Remi d'Amherst. My theory was that the name was a result of an agreement between the local priest and the town magistrate. Another thing I love about Quebec is the old stone farmhouses with the red tin roofs, and on occasion there is a horse statue on the roof. We ...
We set off on our journey to Canada early this morning, we went on a coach and there was only seven of us so plenty of room to spread out yay for us, we first went from NYC to New Jersey, then onto Pennsylvania where we had breakfast and back into New York State where we had lunch in a town called Dansville it had a hotel called "Logan's inn", very coincidental! :) as soon as we hit Pennsylvania there was snow, and plenty of it on the sides of the roads, in the paddock and on houses, when ...