Sterling Inn & Spa
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... cafe. It was burgers all round which were very good and Emmy enjoyed the animatronic animals around the restaurant. For dessert we tried a Canadian tradition of a 'Beaver tail' which is a thin fried sweet bread with different toppings. We had chocolate, m&m's and peanut butter sauce topping which was yummy. It was now getting dark and we tried to get some photos of the falls at night. As you can see they came out well. Tomorrow it's back in the ...
... the man who had already been so helpful to us, gave us a ticket that made the clothes tax free.... this brought the price to the exact amount in our bank account. What a nice man!!!! Everyone should go to the Solomon store on Lundys Lane in Niagara.
We also stopped into the body shop and got some super cheap shower gel so we could wash off the feeling of bed bugs. After dropping out purchases back to the hostel and finally getting away from the chatty ...
... plenty of room to move around in our big blue garbage bag-like raincoats as we steamed down to the roaring Horseshoe Falls. If they'd seemed intimidating from above, observing safe and relatively dry from the edge, then they were awesome and even a bit terrifying from below. If you'd stood right at the front of the boat, you may as well have just turned a hose on yourself and be done with it, I've never heard so much screaming when people are obviously enjoying ...
... Despite this I still decided to take the Maid of the Mist ferry to the falls for a closer look. There are plenty of high capacity boats cycling through to get through the high volume of punters but it still took at least 45 minutes of queuing to get on board. The wait was definitely worthwhile.
Before boarding the vessel every passenger is given a poncho. I had heard that you might get a bit wet (hence ...
... worth going to the falls for. We rode down an elevator craming about 15 people with the overload light flashing. The elevator attendant didn't seem concerned. So we just held our breath all the way down the 175 feet shaft to the bottom of the American Falls. It was a short walk to get to the base of the Falls. There were so many seagulls that kept us dodging poop on our walk. The cave tour isn't really a 'cave', it is a walk-way of five wooden platforms. The ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sterling Inn & Spa Niagara Falls
The week had been getting and my partner and I were both
My husband and I decided to check out the Sterling Inn based on Tripadvisor so I wanted to write a review for others. To start off with- a little about us- We are both 27, we live in the Buffalo area and we wanted to get away for a night. We've both been to Niagara Falls probably 30 or 40 times before and stayed overnight in many of the area hotels- everything from the Travelodge to the Sheraton and Hilton. We've had rooms with a falls view many times and this time we wanted something a bit different. Something more romantic, less kids, less busy.
We booked at the neighboring Days Inn & Suites and upon check in were offered to "upgrade" to a new 4-Star Hotel run by the same owners called The Sterling Inn & Spa. We were originally skeptical but were glad we took the offer.
We booked our weekend with Days Inn (King bed, jacuzzi suite) and when we got there they told us that they were going to upgrade us to one of their new hotels just down the street (Sterling Inn, 2 minute walk). They showed us pictures and it looked very nice but I was a little skeptical. We agreed and made our way to the other hotel. Check in went fine and the lady told us that we would be paying the same price as the Days Inn as well as getting a complimentary breakfast delivered to our room. We walked into our room and our jaws dropped to the floor. The place was beautiful!!! Hardwood floors, fireplace, flat screen tv, huge jacuzzi, huge glass door shower, leather couch, two leather chairs, huge king size four poster bed, two bath robes...it was amazing!! The rates I'm sure are going to be higher than the Days Inn but I would definitely look into staying here again and would recommend it to anyone!!
Clásico y auténtico, sin duda volveré
Me alojé en el Sterling Inn y Spa el 29 de octubre. Las habitaciones son espaciosas, modernas y bien decoradas. Me encantó el baño de vapor y la chimenea. El personal era muy agradable y servicial. No tenía servicio de habitaciones pero el personal del restaurante del hotel, el AG, eran tan agradables que nos traían la comida a nuestra habitación. ¡La comida era deliciosa! Aunque decidas alojarte en otro sitio en la zona de las cataratas del Niágara, no dejes de cenar en el restaurante AG. Sin duda volveré a alojarme aquí. Aunque no tiene vistas a las cataratas, el hotel está cerca de las atracciones y vas a ver las cataratas de todos modos.
Classy and unique, will certainly return
Stayed at the Sterling Inn and Spa on 10/29. The rooms are spacious, modern and beautifully decorated. Loved the steam shower and the fireplace. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. They did not have room service but the staff at the hotel restaurant, AG, were nice enough to bring food up to our room. The food was delicious! Even if you decide to stay somewhere else in Niagara Falls, definately dine at AG restaurant. I will certainly stay there again. Although they do not have a view of the falls, the hotel is close to attractions and you will see the falls anyway.
We got to Niagara Falls and had a reservation with Days Inn. Somehow our reservation got screwed up and we wanted some type of discount or compensation. Days Inn gave us an upgrade to a new affiliated hotel in the area. We said that we will see the hotel first then let them know which hotel we will be staying at. Imagine our surprise when we opened the door and saw beautiful hardwood flooring through out and plasma tv's!!!! All for the price of what our stay would have been at Days Inn ($70 tax included). We knew we got the best discount ever. Our stay was one of the best so far, at Niagara Falls. We also got breakfast in bed; which is included. I highly recommend this gorgeous hotel.
Llegamos a las cataratas del Niágara y teníamos una reserva con el Days Inn. De alguna manera nuestra reserva se fastidió y queríamos una especie de descuento o compensación. El Days Inn nos dio una habitación de mejor categoría en el nuevo hotel de la misma cadena en la zona. Dijimos que veríamos el hotel primero y luego les diríamos en qué hotel nos quedábamos. Imagina nuestra sorpresa cuando abrimos la puerta y vimos el precioso suelo de madera por toda la habitación y el televisor de plasma. Todo por el precio que habría costado nuestra estancia en el Days Inn (70 dólares con impuestos incluidos). Sabíamos que nos habían dado un descuento increíble. Nuestra estancia fue una de las mejores que he tenido hasta la fecha en las cataratas del Niágara. También tomamos el desayuno en la cama, que está incluido. Recomiendo encarecidamente este precioso hotel.
got an upgrade from Days Inn and stayed at Sterling Inn.
Great Hotel with a free Breakfast brought to the room.
Will be back for sure. 1min to Clifton Hills Attractions.
Un hotel estupendo
Me concedieron una subida de categoría y pasé del Days Inn a alojarme en el Sterling Inn.
Un hotel estupendo con desayuno gratis servido en la habitación.
Volveré seguro. A 1 minuto de las atracciones de Clifton Hills.