Prince of Wales

6 Picton St, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S 1J0, Canada | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $266.00
 

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That 1st night I woke up to yelling outside. I looked out the window and here were 2 women yelling “stop”, walking down the middle of the street. There were no cars so it was not apparent to whom they were yelling.

One of the last mornings I was there the fire alarms went off at about 6am. Over the speakers/alarms the staff was assuring us that they were investigating and would update. I looked out the door but there was ...

Day 11- Toronto

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... about the history if the company, how it got started. Then we moved on to the brewing room the steam whistle using only 4 ingredients to produce their pilsner. Barley, water, hops and yeast. All their beer is also naturally carbonated taking about 27 days in the fermentation process. We see the rest if the production line. Here they also use people to work the line rather than robots. They recycle their ...

Shoes and more Shoes

A travel blog entry by izyeejx

... plastic slippers made by BataAfter that, we came back and took a break until dinner. Being newly converted Blue Jays fans, we watched the blue jays play their second game in the series against the NY Yankees. Their record this season against the Yankees is 13-2. We had beaten the odds and managed to watch the Blue Jays beat the Yankees live.
After that we watched Pitch perfect in the dorm room and had a good laugh. ...

San Francisco to Chicago to Buffalo to Niagar-o

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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... could not find any of their boarding passes. Our flight was boarding when we reached the gate, so we went straight there and got on the plane. In row 2, so Paul will have easy access to the lav.

I spent much of the flight looking out the window, at least over the great basin, as usual. I need an airplane friendly travel app that allows you to trace your flight path. I wonder if someone built it. It ...

Science and Jazz

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My final Tuesday of travelling was spent doing activities that are probably never said in the same sentence. Me and Alyssa visited the Toronto Science Centre and then attended a Jazz concert in the evening. The reason behind these were that the science centre was included on the City Pass and Anne-Maria had received two free tickets to the jazz concert.

Alyssa was quite excited about the prospect of the science centre. She had very good ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince of Wales Niagara-on-the-Lake

    Reviewed by ahartry

    Great location, good amenities, overpriced

    Reviewed Sep 14, 2012
    by (16 reviews) California , United States Flag of United States

    Although we were quite satisfied with the hotel, it felt overpriced. The location is ideal ... at the corner of Queen and King ... and everything was well-appointed. Service was excellent. But it seemed much more expensive than other places we've stayed in town without being quantitatively better. Next time, I think I will stay at another hotel nearby and just come to the Lounge of the Prince of Wales for drinks after a show.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Prince of Wales Niagara-on-the-Lake

    Faultless

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    We stayed here whilst we got married in NOTL, and held our reception within the Prince of Wales. The whole holiday was magical. We found all the staff, from housekeeping to front desk to spa, courteous, efficient and warm. In particular Michelle Miller and Paul Jack -who helped plan our wedding - were impeccable - thorough, committed and a delight to work with. All the staff ensured our Big Day was perfect, and indeed the personal touches throughout our stay were remarkable - from helping us choose our suite (balcony, jacuzzi, four poster bed, sitting room) to pressing our clothes, surprising us with champagne and regularly delivering slices of our wedding cake to our room! The food was lovely, the decor beautiful, the spa sublime, and the attention to detail superlative. What an amazing hotel - we hope to return for our 10 year anniversary!

    Dream Holiday

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    Our suite at the Prince of Wales was magnificent. Hot tub, fireplace, heated towels, 4 poster bed...the service was absolutely first class. Breakfast of free range eggs with smoked salmon & hollandaise sauce was devine. We did the 9 course wine pairing meal at the Queen's Landing. Each course was a signature work of art from the chef...albeit expensive $165.00 per person...a once in a livetime experience. For a special occasion, they covered the table with rose petals All the cutlery & dishes are changed in between each course....took 3 1/2 hours to dine. On Sunday we did the brunch at Pillar & Post which was very good although $65.00 plus gratuities. We went to the spa at the Pillar & Post because we wanted the package of dead sea salt scrub, algae wrap & massage but should have had our spa treatments at the Prince of Wales. I was disappointed that there was no private waiting room at the Pillar & Post & while you sat waiting on a metal chair in a public waiting room, people walked around checking out the facilities. The staff wore shorts & didn't impress me as appearing professional At least the Prince of Wales had a private waiting room with an assortment of teas & apples. If you like Victorian, you must stay at the Prince of Wales. I found that Queen's Landing or Pillar & Post were lacking class & charm & could not compare to Prince of Wales.

    THE BEST !

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    If you're coming for a night forget it! You'll need two or three to enjoy the full extent of the Town, The Cuisine, the Wineries and the Theatre that is offered here.

    It's as though the planets have a alligned and they have done so in the area with it's charming rooms, exceptional design and award winning cuisine.

    At just over a couple of hundred dollars a night this was cheap given the value of the accommodation. Well done!

    Beautiful room

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    Absolutely gorgeous room! First we booked for a spa treatment etc and we were taken to a room that was "attached" to the main hotel, the room was a basement room and we were not happy with it so my fiance asked for another room and we were given the BEST room in the hotel! It was the one on the corner that overlooks the main street. Second in decor only to the Royal York in Toronto (and I've stayed in many hotels from my modelling career). The spa was very nice, the staff were all very professional and curteous. Overall I had a great time. The restaurant was not the greatest, however the meal at the Pillar and Post (an affiliate of the Prince's) has a wonderful filet dinner on the menu) That was great!!! Don't forget to take a carriage ride! (if it is warm enough of course!!)

    Disapponting meal

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    Impressive advertising claims and the hotel and service are good but not great. The gourmet restaurant ain't...expensive, indifferent service, food only fair.

    Indifferent Service, acceptable food

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    Had dinner here on a Saturday night in October. I have never had a restaurant seem so indifferent to our group's existence. Took forever to get water; water refills were inconsistent. Very slow to refill our wine glasses also. Food took forever to arrive, with no apologies. When the food FINALLY arrived, my husband asked, "Was there a problem?" Waiter said kitchen was just a bit backed up - the waiter did not apologize for this, just stated it as a fact. I have known restaurants to be slow, but usually, before your food arrives, they will acknowledge the wait & apologize - this guy wouldn't apologize even when subtley contronted with the fact. We thought about ordering desset. After getting dessert menus and another interminable wait, we told the waiter to never mind, we would have ordered, but the service was too slow. Got no response to that - an assurance of better service might have convinced us to order, but he just brought us the bill. We almost always tip 20+%, but here tipped less than 15. Listen to the other reviewers - I don't think this service problem is isolated! The restaurant did not appear overly crowded when we were there (despite claims of a large party in another room), and they should have been expecting to take care of us, as we had a reservation.

    Had a Royal time at the Prince

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    Charming decor, courteous staff and prompt service, all contributed to a wonderful stay at the Prince of Wales. Our dining experience was as enjoyable as the play we attended at the Shaw, a short (2 min.) walk from the hotel. Our waiter was proficient and personable. Prices certainly not outlandish and we were amused to see the pre-teen children at the next table enjoying their favorites - fish and chips, pizza - as their parents, and we, savoured our fine dining We will absolutely return.

    Restaurant

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    The decor of the Prince of Wales Restaurant is charming and sophisticated. The quality of food and service is second rate: at a recent Saturday dinner in the main dining room, the waitress brought the wrong entree to our guest (she knew before she brought it to the table that it was wrong -she said she pressed the wrong button) but she gave our guest the option to take it or to wait until the chef prepared the right entree. In the meantime the rest of our party of 3 was served their meal. Our guest waited about 10 min to get his chosen dinner (ofcourse we were already half way through ours) and was told by the waitress desert was on her. The prime rib dinner with vegetables was luke warm and the meat only acceptable. Our "wine stewart" did not open our 2 bottles of wine at the table but rather at a side table. Close to the end of the meal we served our own wine, because the waitress and the stewart did not, and we discovered a big chip out of the wine bottle, which apparently had come off when it was opened. When we brought it to the attention of the waitress, she took it to the dining room manager who advised her to take it off our bill.

    Their PR is excellent ~ makes it look fantastic ~~ NOT!!

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    Our much needed vacation to be spent in the lap of luxury at the Prince of Wales was looked forward to with much anticipation. What we experienced was a MOST rude awakening. Their rooms displayed on their website are NOT what you'll find. Our premium 'suite' (the most expensive and beautiful according to their virtual tour on their site) turned out to be extremely small and cramped. (Yes, I did question it and was assured it was, indeed, a 'premium suite.' Looked like NOTHING on their virtual tour. We had to switch rooms (one 'premium' for another) after our first night as the air conditioner barely worked and when questioned were told the air is set to not really be cool.

    I think they have lost it?

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    Booked to eat at the main restaurant 2 weeks ago for my wedding anniversary. My last visit had been fantastic, great service, fantastic food and great atmosphere. This time round we were presented with a paper menu (the new ones are being printed?) with stains all over it.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Prince of Wales Niagara-on-the-Lake

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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