River Road Fireside Hotel

4067 River Rd, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2E 3E5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by jessnye


... dropping him off first and then heading to the airport. It took a while as everyone was traveling slow due to the snow, we even saw a couple of cars that had sold off the road, we were a bit scared! On the way we heard on the radio that the airport closest to DC was closed, so even though it was a hassle getting to this airport it worked out well- in the end! Our flight was only delayed by half an hour and that was mainly due to the fact they needed to de ice the plane ...

The spectacular Niagara Falls, Canada side..

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy


... Then a phonecall, bonus!!
Heading back into Ontario, Canada today (wow seems like we are going round in circles). Going to spend a few days with daughter Kimberley, and her partner Jonny at his parents place in Cornwall, Ontario. Kimberley is returning to Oz (after many years in Alberta, Canada) to work and live, and taking Jonny with her. Will be home in time for brother Clint's wedding.


Niagara Falls by day

A travel blog entry by paulandkaren


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We head home to shower and change and then head back into Niagara Falls for dinner at Skylon Tower which revolves so you can see the Falls while you dine - how lovely. To get to the top of the Tower you ride in a lift on the outside of the tower so you can see the Falls - quite an experience.

We started with a bottle of Moet Champagne and I tried escargot for the first time - lovely with the garlic butter ...

Niagara Falls... Which Country am I in?

A travel blog entry by jennell


... and so the best I could manage was to just keep looking both ways! It is amazing how easily it is to forget which way the traffic should be coming! Funny enough this hadn't really been a problem in NYC as they had so many one way streets there that it didn't make a difference which side of the road they drove on! Anyway, we survived all road crossings to live another day and I'm sure it won't take long to get used to it! Well that's it for now.  The Falls were breathtaking ...

Buffalo, Canada, and Some Famous Falls, Eh?

A travel blog entry by chadhanson


... thousands of stones in their fields (deposited by a glacier long ago and then smoothed by the tides of an ancient Lake Erie). This not only gave them free building material, it got the stones out of their field so they could plant crops.

The only real city we encountered on this leg of the trip was Buffalo. My image of Buffalo before this trip was formed only by what I'd seen on Monday Night Football telecasts - people using snow-blowers to clear their sidewalks of ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 4067 River Rd, Niagara Falls, is near Niagara Falls, Whirlpool Aero Car, Whirlpool State Park, and Niagara Freedom Trail.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews River Road Fireside Hotel Niagara Falls

    Good price and a good night stay.


    Most likely the best price in Niagra Falls. The rooms were average size, clean, and had veranda's to look at the views. The pool the kids loved and I enjoyed the sauna. The staff was very helpfull, could have more of them thought. The hotel is fine a little bit outdated but has everything we needed. The hotel is walking distance to the falls and sights. The only suggestion I would have would be to include breakfast with the stay. The price of the room is still a bit high and breakfast would have been a nice touch.

    Great deal for a short vacation


    I stayed here in mid july on a short stay to go to the casino in Niagara. I was abit hesitant after reading some of the reviews here, but I was very happy with my stay, and would definately stay there again.

    A cheap deal doesn't make it a good deal.


    Upon our arrival at the Best Western Fireside, it seemed like a nice place. After a long drive, we were looking forward to relaxing in our hotel room for a few hours before seeing the sights. Unfortunately we didn't get around to relaxing very much.

    Good Experience


    We stayed here July 5 - 7, 2004. The rooms were large and clean. The front desk help was exceptional. The price included 2 adult breakfast buffets and a $50 voucher at the restaurant next door, and a free shuttle to the Falls. We were travelling with teens, and one of them stumbled into a wall and it busted on the seam. The hotel waived the charge to fix it, which we thought was very gracious. The only complaint I have was the elevator scared us (it shakes, rattles and rolls upon reaching the 3rd floor.) I would stay here again.

    Would stay there again in a heartbeat


    We stayed at this hotel for three nights over the Victoria Day weekend. It was a pleasant surprise after reading the negative reviews.

    The rooms were very clean. The staff was friendly and curteous, the bed was comfortable, there was enough parking and there were convenient shuttle buses to take us into town. We had a room with a nice view of the gorge that had become available when we arrived.

    After the bustle of Clifton Hill, the roar of the falls, and the ringing of slot machines it was great to get back to our quiet room at the Fireside.

    We can't comment on the pool or the fireplace, as we did not use them. The families using the pool seemed happy enough though.

    Enjoyable weekend


    After I made reservations for June 4-6, 2004, I read the negative reviews. I was a bit apprehensive about staying here, but changed my mind after we checked in. The rooms were very nice and clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. If you want to go to Niagara Falls, but want to stay away from the tourist area, this is the place to be. They had a free shuttle to and from the casino/falls area, so you didn't have to worry about paying to park. The only thing I was unhappy about was no continental breakfast, but there was a breakfast buffet in the motel.

    Pleasantly surprised


    I read the negative reviews listed here after we had made reservations. I prepared myself to suffer the weekend in Niagara Falls but thought it is just a weekend so how bad can it be! After being in the hotel just a few minutes I began to think I had imagined the reviews i read here. The staff went above and beyond courteous! The young lady at the front desk was a very big help and showed patience with each and every customer. She deserves alot of credit for maintaining her composure when there were many customers waiting to check in all at the same time and she never lost the smile on her face. The room was very clean and the fire place worked perfectly.

    Ah, no thanks......


    You get what you pay for.....I think I'll pay a little more next time and go somewhere else!! My husband and I booked a package deal at this hotel (3/27 - 3/29/04) and yes, it was very inexpensive, but that's no excuse for some of the issues that could be easily addressed to make this particular hotel more inviting and pleasant. The front desk/reception staff were very friendly and accommadating, especially when we politely requested a room change right after check-in due to elevator noise. Upon check in, we did inquire regardig a complimentary upgrade as stated in our AAA Tourbook but was informed, politely "oh, we don't have that. I don 't know why that's in there". The hotel lobby is depressing - low ceilings, cramped - basically the basement of the building. Parking is adequate (and free)_ with extra lots up the hill in back of the hotel. Our room was spacious but the carpet was not vacuumed and every lampshade was asquew so it wasn't that inviting.

    Never again


    very disappointed with hotel. We stayed at this one because of the fireplaces but the fire looked like it was dying out. Even though the hotel was almost empty we were given a room that looked out a fence about 1 foot away. Rooms were dusty. Had to use the pools across the street which they had informed us of but we wanted the fireplace. Pool was dirty so was the whirlpool and I had ants crawling on me. We had maintenace come in to see if they could get the fireplace going better.

    When they saw our fireplace and view they phoned the front desk and got us a better room. When we let the hotel know how unhappy we were with this hotel they were very rude about it.;

    Good then terrible adventure


    My husband and I have stayed at this hotel no for 3 times always been very enjoyable and the best service and information. BUT THIS TIME a different thing. we arived there 04/13/03 and left04/15/03. Well try and keep this short My son got maried so a month before as there wedding gift made a reservation for 2 rooms when i phoned t make sure that everthing was ok always different and the staff was not very friendly at all. lots of unexpected surprises and costly. One staff member would sa one thing and then the other would saysometing completly different, NOTHING for he newly weds at lt VERT DISAPPOINTED this time.In the i room we had at the 1 room we had over the jacuzzi the dry wall was falling off never go back

    TripAdvisor Reviews River Road Fireside Hotel Niagara Falls

    3.00 of 5 stars Good