Days Inn & Suites By the Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn & Suites By the Falls Niagara Falls
We stayed at this hotel thanks to the recommendations of other reviews. We were booked into the Marriott Fallsview a two night package but decided to arrive a day earlier and chose a budget priced hotel to stay the first day and rest up after our long drive . I was extremely pleased at the cleanliness of the hotel, it was actually cleaner than our room at the Marriott. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We asked if we could leave our car parked in there lot after we checked out as we were too early to check in at the Marriott and they said we could leave it there as long as we wanted. If you want a fancy hotel with a lot of amenities stay somewhere else but if you want a good clean place to sleep you will definitely get your money's worth here. It may be a 1 star class hotel but it is 5 star class in my book!
We recently stayed that the Days Inn and Suites, there were ten of us and we got two of the two room suites. The deal was amazing! We booked the rooms online at the Days Inn website, and got a great deal. The rooms were about $130 each, which was great for a room with 2 queen beds, and a pull-out sofa, two t.v's, a microwave, a small fridge and a sink. The deal could not be beat. The bathroom was also a big enough size, not one of those tiny things that just one person has to squeeze around. The rooms were clean, the staff was friendly. The view isn't anything good, just parking lot's, but there's too much to do to care about a view. But the location is also just as great as the rooms. You are really only 2 blocks from clifton hill (basically where you spend all your time) and all of it's attractions, so about a 2 min walk. And the older casino is just another 2 min past that, and the falls are right there in front of you too. You don't even need to consider using a car on this trip since everything is so close. A cab ride to the new casino and the end of the canadian falls is only about $8, and these prices are all canadian, so that makes the deal even better. Parking is free in the hotel lot. The only thing that wasn't great about our stay is that the suites don't come side by side, the pool wasn't spectacular, but hey, at least they have a pool and a little hot tub. The complimentary breakfast is mostly cereal, bagels and toast, but not bad for free. Oh, and they don't have their own bar or resturaunt, but like I said, everything is nearby.
I would definelty stay at this hotel again, probably every time even. It has everything you need and for only half the price of most of the other hotels around. The price is amazing for how great this hotel worked out, and even if we weren't being cheap college students, the hotel was still nice enough and convenient enough that I'd stay there again. It will always be my first option.
Great value, friendly staff !
We stayed for a night at the Days Inn on our trip to Toronto and were very satisfied. The property is small but very well kept and centrally located (onlya minute or two from the hill). The rooms were large and seemed renovated. The staff were very friendly.
Standard breakfast is very simple: cereal, coffee and OJ but you get a coupon for a more serious breakfast at the cafe across the street. Since rooms are inexpensive (especially in midweek), we did not expect more.
Also, there is no view of the falls from most rooms so don't count on it.
So if you're going to see Niagara and want a great affordable place to stay, the Days Inn should do fine. If you're looking for a honeymoon suite or a place to propose, you might want to look for one of the bigger places by the new Casino.
Speaking of that, Niagara casino is about 5 minutes away; the new casino (fallsview) is farther away, although there are supposedly shuttles.
I will stay here again!
Me and my family spent three nights here during October.
The entire stay was great, the room was fantastic. The location and staff are what really set this hotel apart from some of the others I have stayed at.
We could walk to everything, but were set back about half a block from the main strip which allowed us to actually get some quiet when we wanted it. Plus, I would not want to deal with all the traffic on clifton hill just to pull in and out of my hotel.
The staff was great too, they were always willing to answer questions about the area and give us some advice on the best places to eat and visit. Also, when we checked in they overheard my kids complaining about sharing a bed, so they offered us a suite for just $10.00 more.
The only negative is that there was not enough shampoo in the bathroom, (both my girls and my wife have long hair). But, the next day when I told my maid she left more then enough.
I would definitely stay here again.
Awesome deal, great quality
having never really stayed at a budget hotel before, i was worried about what the days inn we had booked in canada would be like... especially since we got the room for such a great price. upon arrival, however, this particular days inn surprised us greatly b/c it went far beyond our expectations. this hotel is only a few years old and everything looks new. our room was impressively clean and spotless. the bathrooms were spacious and the porcelain of the tub was gleaming white. i wouldnt have hesitated to take a bath in there for one moment. the beds were very comfortable and the free continental breakfast was a treat. the parking there is free and convenient. best of all, the location is unbeatable. it is a less than five minute walk to the falls and all the glitzy lights and fun. the service was also superb. the front desk was very friendly and helpful. bottom line, this is a great bargain. the price, quality and location truly cant be beat.
Great Location, but Nothing too Special
My husband and I were planning a trip to Niagara and I found a great deal at this Days Inn. It was located where I wanted and the price was great. When we finally arrived, we found the location to be good, very close walking distance to the falls and other attractions. Check in was easy, and we parked the car in their lot and didn't move it until 3 days later when we headed home. Our room was clean and the bed was slightly more comfy than other hotel beds we've been in. I didn't like that our room window was broken, but it wasn't a safety nor a warmth issue. The indoor pool was freezing and small, so we only took a dip the first night we were there. The continental breakfast was very limited, but the employees were accomodating when we needed forks for dessert one evening. My husband used the mini gym and enjoyed it. Overall, considering the price, it was a good deal.
nice clean rooms, breakfast is minimal, great location, great value! property is very clean and well maintained, staff freindly and helpful, one block to cliffton hill, five min walk to american falls and casino, frig in room, check in and out went quickly and smoothly
Excellent room at an excellent price
Our stay at the Days Inn & Suites in June 2004 was wonderful! We parked the car for free and never drove it during our stay. The falls, Clifton Hill attractions, and the casino are only blocks away. Free continental breakfast is included. After a long day, the indoor pool and hot tub were open until 10pm and were very relaxing. There were several good restaurants close and the front desk staff was very helpul with its recommendations. Although our room was a Standard King, it had a seperate sitting area with a pull out sofa. I don't think for $50 American you can find a better hotel!
This is the nicest hotel in Niagara! I am a frequent traveller to the Casino there and I have stayed at about a dozen hotels in the area and this is the best one so far. The breakfast and parking was free, I hate to pay for parking. Also the staff was great and very helpful
Second visit in a Little over a month
I first stayed at this hotel in late August 2003 for one night. My daughter and her two children had joined me. When I mentioned a need for a place to keep milk cold the person at the check in desk just smiled and said, " No Problem!" Wow, were we ever surprised to find our room was not only very clean and large but it had a coffeemaker, fridge, ironing board,iron and besides the 2 queen side beds it could actually sleep another person on a narrow bed at the window. We went back October 4, 2003 for 2 nights and again enjoyed our stay. This time the clerk at the check in desk gave us a room with a microwave too. The free continental breakfast offered muffins or pastries ( depending on the day), toast, cereal, bagels, oranges, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, orange and apple juices. Since this visit only costs 49.98 cad. per night (regardless of how many people and I had booked over the net) and included a very filling breakfast each morning, the ability to heat up food and keep it cold, friendly staff including the indoor swimming pool maintenance man, close proximity to Clifton Hill ( one tiny block, Centre St is the same street as Clifton Hill, the name just changes) and again a clean room I would never hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone. By the way, we stayed in the smaller older section (2 years old), the breakfast lounge and reception desk are in the new section just a short interior connection away. They also have jacuzzi rooms with King Size beds at this hotel and I intend to check this out in the future. ( My husband and I have always stayed at the Hampton Inn on Victoria Ave. but after finding this hotel they will NEVER have my business again) The only negative thing I can think of is that if you are looking for a deluxe hotel with room service and luxury this hotel only offers basic service.
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn & Suites By the Falls Niagara Falls
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... a long weekend. We arrived at the road in front of the falls and gazed in wonderment at the towering hotels and swarms of tourists. To our surprise there was not one, but three Marriotts overlooking the falls. We managed to find ours- the 'gateway inn' and proceeded inside to check in. Feeling like kids playing an adult game we tried to compose ourselves and not show our immaturity and excitement too much as we headed up to floor 7. The Marriott was sure posh, but not ...
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