Barton Hill Hotel & Spa
What We Love
- The Jetsetter rate includes free daily continental breakfast
- All 67 rooms have a traditional Old World style, with heavy curtains, four-poster beds (in some) and marble and limestone bathrooms; Riverview Rooms have views across to the Canadian side
- Just 10 minutes south of Niagara Falls State Park
- The full-service spa offers massages and body treatments
What To Know
- Check-in is 11 a.m. and checkout is 4 p.m.
- Free WiFi in common areas
- Dogs are welcome for $25 daily
- No massages available on Wednesdays
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
On the New York side of Niagara Falls, this elegant 67-room sleep is an upscale option in the historic town of Lewiston. Ten minutes from Niagara Falls State Park, the hotel is in a prime location for exploring the natural wonder from vantage points at Prospect Point, the Cave of Winds, Goat Island and more. The guestrooms have street or Niagara River views, and all have King or Queen beds, spacious bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. Splurge on a suite for a deep soaking or whirlpool tub, a fireplace and a four-poster bed. The lobby has an ornate, traditional style, from the wood paneling and white columns to the grand piano and centerpiece fireplace. On the first floor, the spa is open six days a week (closed Wednesdays) for body wraps, facials, mani/pedis, massages and more, and the hotel restaurant, Chantry, serves a changing dinner menu throughout the week. After visiting the falls, don’t miss a stroll around petite Lewiston town — the hotel has its own audio walking tour, and the staff can recommend local restaurants and seasonal events, including the Lewiston Jazz Festival and Lewiston Art Festival.
In the Area
Stay local and eat at Water Street Landing, the Silo or Casa Antica, or get a culture hit at the Lewiston Museum or Castellani Art Museum. On the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, don’t miss Clifton Hill, a theme park-like neighborhood filled with family-friendly entertainments such as the 175-foot Niagara Skywheel, the Great Canadian Midway game complex and the Movieland Wax Museum of the Stars.
How to Get There
Another Patel group hotel investment. Bottom line for sure was of most importance. If corners could be cut they were ....charming historical building fresh out of bankruptsy. Wonderful view of Niagara River over to Canada where they do the tourist accommodation far much better. Bed was comfortable Bathroom clean. Showers with variable water pressure. Thin towels.Included breakfast dismal. Bagels stil frozen. Coffee weak. Staff where friendly but few. Staff to assist at breakfast would have been nice Price acceptable compared to exploitive pricing down river if you wanted to stay in moribund Niagara Falls New York. Family business brought me back to this area. Would stay here again but will not have high expectations of quality. Would be a great place for one of the hotel makeover reality shows.
Lovely hotel, beautiful location, quaint town, historical setting, next to the river, large rooms, very comfy beds, great river view, travertine tiled bathroom, fire in the room. We were soaked after doing The Jetwhirpool adventure speed boat trip, so being next to it meant we just walked straight into the hotel to get changed.
Compared to other 4 star hotels I thought breakfast was very basic compared to hotels I've stayed at in Europe. There you also get option of eggs, bacon, beans and tomato, but none of that here.
Noise is very bad. I could hear snoring in the next room, a couple having sex above me, then walking up and down.. a lot! A wedding /party disco next door on the 2nd floor. In fairness the party stopped at 10pm but if I'd had small children who had needed to sleep they wouldn't have had a chance.
We were celebrating our anniversary, but also had our teenage kids with us and were going to a concert at Artpark. The hotel is in a great location with beautiful views close to
The rooms are gorgeous and ours had a balcony with amazing views.
Service was excellent. Rooms were very comfortable.
We will definitely stay here again!