Very Good 895 Reviews
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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
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Upscale boutique hotel on the New York side of Niagara Falls, with just 67 rooms and a full-service spa

The Lowdown

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

Barton Hill Hotel & Spa
100 Center Street
Lewiston, NY United States


4.0 Very Good 895 Reviews
March travel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

On occasion I like to get away for a few days, as many of us like to do. On a trip home from Buffalo, we decided to stop in at Lewiston, ate at a great restaurant on the Niagara River and I saw the Niagara Crossing Hotel. On that visit I promised myself that I would one day stay in Lewiston, and so I did. We traveled with friends and spent a weekend. The hotel staff were quiet attentive friendly and accommodating. We didn’t know the town and so they were able to recommend a few places to visit and eat. The hotel is historic looking but not old. The front view is amazing and each room has a fireplace which adds to the charm. Breakfast is included with the meal and there was lots of variety. Beds are big. Rooms are big. Cable tv and music with some of the channels. We wanted an ice bucket, none in the room but staff had some, all we needed to do was ask. Very lovely stay, and...lots of people brought their dogs. We have a cat, not allowed, but she wouldn’t have wanted to come anyway. It was nice seeing all the dogs though. I’m glad that option is open for guests. We will definitely be back.

Great location, spacious rooms
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Spent few days at this lovely hotel last weekend. The hotel is located in a lovely town, Lewiston were everything is in a walking distance. The hotel is in a quiet place and the surroundings are beaytiful. The check inn was fast and good. The lobby is extremely tired. The floors and furniture are in need of renovation as the whole hotel honestly speaking. My room was spacious and well furnished but a bit tired. The bathroom was very good. The room was very clean and the housekeeping was very good (not hammering at the door early in the morning). I loved my room except it needed curtains. It was impossible to blindfold the window. The breakfast was nothing you are used to in Europe but typical for USA. Toast, bagels, muffins, waffles. I really liked the bar sevice. Caitlyn was very service minded and lovely. Overall I liked the hotel and will definately stay there again next time I visit the area.

Small and Lovely Hotel near Niagara Falls
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I loved this hotel. Almost a boutique hotel with its spacious rooms and unique atmosphere throughout the hotel. My only regret is not having enough time to enjoy the Spa treatments. The room was clean and had everything except a mini fridge. Bathrooms were clean with a bath and shower (may need a little upkeep). Breakfast in the morning had many choices for food and drinks except hot eggs/meat. The hotel is in a great spot just north of the Falls. Price, Location, Privacy and Availability are all exactly what we were looking for. Front desk and Maid service were also friendly and helpful. I will stay here again for sure next time I visit Niagara. Thank you!

Very accommodating.
Reviewed 2 months ago

One of the most accommodating hotels I have dealt with. I had booked an Easter weekend getaway with wife and two dogs at the last minute and the were able to accommodate me, but I then cancelled shortly there after. I had assumed they had a pool (my error) they do not, but they understood and waived the cancellation policy for me. Truly great customer service

Quaint Charm but a few limitations
Reviewed 2 months ago

We have stayed at the Niagara Crossings multiple times over the past several years and overall love it. The hotel has unique, charming, tastefully appointed rooms. The rooms are large, clean and comfortable and the people are very friendly. There are a couple drawbacks, however. The wifi is not good. It often cuts out and just getting service your phone is temperamental. The bathrooms have limited space - single sinks with no real vanities to put anything on. Fine for an overnight but hard for longer visits or multiple guests. Lastly the outlet situation is old school - you need to unplug the clock or lamp and have a long charger if you want your phone by the bed in almost every room. The breakfast is basic but good. The pricing of course varies widely depending on when you travel, and varies from customer to customer for those traveling the same weekend. - something super annoying. Overall, however, we always enjoy our stay and keep coming back and the location can't be beat.