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... and they very professionally directed us to our destination. We had driven right off the map, almost to St Catherine's looking for a Starbucks. By now it was 7.30pm.
Our room was very nice compete with a spa. Gabrielle said it was our wedding present. The hotel was two blocks from the falls and the Clifton Hills strip which was very steep. We had dinner at Perkins which was over the road from the hotel. Chey had mac ...
... eat 3 of the 5...and even that was going too far. yeeesh I feel a bit ill.
We split a Pironti Bros. cheesesteak sandwich later in the game - it comes with french fries and coleslaw on it - it was not bad, I figure getting one at their real store is a bit better.
Considering the cheapness of our seats they were pretty fantastic. They were row H but somehow that is row 1 of the 300 level. There is something about not paying a bunch of money that makes you enjoy ...
... danced across the water currents swirling and brewing below, they look calm but I can only imagine underneath they are deadly.
A drier very land based visit later in the evening gave a whole new look to the falls. Soft lights glowing over them delicately changing from one shade to the next. A photo could not do it justice, certainly not one I could take anyway, but i have the image plastered in my mind with the ...
... done, we headed back to America and as our destination was North rather than New York we headed through Niagara-on-the-lake. An extremely quaint and most likely, affluent, town full of white picket fences. We continued along the coast of Lake Ontario and into New Hampshire through the White Mountains and towards Vermont. After a good couple of days driving and the deadline for returning home looming we stopped in the tourist town of Waterbury. ...
... and staff the control room costs the City of Niagara Hydro Commission $85 an hour. From the American side of the falls, at least, it wasn’t at all as cool as it sounds. But just being there next to the falls at night, hearing the water and seeing all the people (many speaking different languages), feeling the water vapor on your skin.....it was pretty awesome.
The kids were disappointed to find the activity center closed when we got back to the camp around ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Rodeway Inn Fallsview Niagara Falls
This is the second time we stayed here. The rooms are large clean and comfortable. They have things you don't expect from this brand like coffee makers, hairdryers, irons with boards, and a neat second sink and mirror area outside the bathroom. There is a great pizzeria on site and if this isn't your taste I think there are 5 or 6 other restaurants to choose from within the block. They also DON'T CHARGE FOR PARKING which is almost unheard of in Niagara Falls! You don't need to drive and can walk to the new fallsview casino or take this neat little tram down to the falls. I think this hotel has got to be one of the best deals in town considering location and the nice accommodations. We will stay here on our future visits.
Clean good value
Feb 19, 2005 one night 4 adults.
Very clean, large rooms, friendly and helpful staff.
Good location great price. This is a tourist motel, but it was very nice.
Much better than Rodeway Motel's reputation
Would stay here again!
Exactly what we expected. Service was good and the rooms were neat and clean. The room was large and comfortable. I'm sure this isn't the best hotel in the area but for the money you can't beat it. Just a couple of blocks from the Falls and most major attractions. We took an all-day tour with Niagara Express that was very nice and dropped us off right at the hotel. We had a great time.
I stayed there for only one night, and I was impressed. Friendly staff, spacious rooms with comfortable furniture, nice and clean bathroom.
Location is good, and approximately 10-15 minutes away from the falls. I recommend it!
Our stay was wonderful. The rooms were spotlessly clean, the small restaurant serves a very tasty and very reasonably priced breakfast with the fastest service I have ever seen. Its only a short walk to the incline that can take you down by the falls, it costs you $2 a trip. Also within an easy walk of the new casino...its a longer walk to the clifton hill area but not too far.
Great spot for the 'value orientated'
I was a little leery when we pulled up - This place screams "50's motel". The inside, however was COMPLETELY new. Carpet, furniture, tile, sink, TV, everything. I was traveling with my 2 daughters (13 & 10) and this place worked out perfect for a 1 night trip. We could walk to the falls, the pool was nice, and there was a good pizza place across the parking lot.
Great hotel, good location but no fallsview
We stayed at the hotel for 1 night. The hotel is very clean, the rooms are large and very nice. Our room (the others might be the same) had a bathroom plus a separate sink in the room, which may be nice especially if you are traveling with a woman. Our only complaint was that they had no shampoo and body wash for the shower and they didn't want to give us some extra tea. The location is great it's a 3 minute walk to the horseshoe falls. Lots of restaurants nearby where you can eat. Overall a great hotel, a good value, a good location and an ok service. I would definitely stay there again.
We were skeptical about this stay, since the name of this chain doesn't always invoke pleasant thoughts and/or locations, but we were only staying one night and was trying to find a good deal. We were very surprised! It appears that this hotel has recently been remodeled. The shower, floor tiles, sink and counters in the bathroom were all new and very clean. There was an added bonus of an additional sink and counter in the area outside the bathroom. (These were also new.) Lots of storage space and the room was large and spacious. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Within walking distance of the Horseshoe Falls. Outdoor pool was clean. Not all the extras of a more expensive hotel, but we would definitely stay here again.
Only negative was that there was a slight smell in the room, but was only noticeable upon entrance into the room. It is an older motel and close to water, so this smell didn't concern us.
Highly recommended for those looking to save money!
What a steal!
Before arrival I didn't know what to expect since the rate seemed so cheap. What a pleasant surprise! The rooms were large, clean, and nicer than most upper scale hotel chains we stayed at. The staff was friendly and the location is great. My family and I enjoyed our stay though the weather did not cooperate! We will definitely stay there again on our next trip. Highly recommend.
Not what is advertised
The fallsview hotel is neither a hotel (it is a motel) or is it Fallview (the only fallsview you will get is if someone in front of you falls down the stairs). The patio/balcony outside your room is the sidewalk/walkway. The on-site restaurant is open for breakfast only and it's pretty feeble fare - - all the atmosphere of a small, cheap diner.
Sheets had holes in them which was not surprising considering how thin they were. Cable TV had 8 channels with at least two of them fuzzy and noisy with static.
Second floor rooms have interseting triangular windows at the roof line which allow parking lot lights to provide a night-long glow in your room - no need to worry about the kids needing a night light, and no need to turn on the lights as soon as the sun rises!
It may be inexpensive, but it is definately cheap.
There may be worse places in Niagara Falls, but I wouldn't want to stay there, either! Skip this one, find something better - it shouldn't be hard.