Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls Fallsview
What We Love
- Jaw-on-the-floor views of Niagara Falls; it's just 100 yards from the river’s edge
- All-suite property and a member of Hilton Hotels and Resorts
- Elegant Keg steakhouse and bar offers falls-view dining
What To Know
- The casino is just a block away
- Indoor pool allows for swimming year-round
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
This sprawling, 525-room hotel is 42 stories high and located in bustling Niagara Falls, Ontario — just 100 yards from the river’s edge. The suites, while simple, contain two rooms with burgundy fabrics and blond wood accents, as well as spacious baths (some have jetted tubs), two flat-screen TVs and views of the famous falls that will make you want to stay right by the window. Other on-site amenities include an indoor pool, hot tubs, an outdoor sun deck, a fitness room, a lounge and a business center. The elegant Keg steakhouse and bar offers falls-view dining and an array of perfectly prepared meats such as sirloin with house teriyaki sauce and prime rib with Alaskan king crab.
In the Area
The Canadian side of Niagara Falls is overflowing with outrageous tourist attractions. The center of it all is 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. Tour packages are offered through Embassy Suites that include boat cruises and a “journey behind the falls,” as well as visits to local wineries. For nightlife, families can check out the Oh Canada Eh? dinner show, or adults can head to the Fallsview Casino, just a five-minute walk from the hotel, and the Club Seven nightclub, also within walking distance.
How to Get There
Keep in mind that this is the largest embassy suites hotel in the world, and as such it is like a little city - very busy with a lot of human traffic. Cannot complain about the views of Niagara Falls. My room overlooked both the Canadian horseshoe falls (which Canadians simply call “The Falls”) and the American Falls. Utterly amazing views. The constant roar and resonance of the falling water is also not lost. The outside windows were dirty from water vapor spray but that’s understandable given its location and situation. This is a tall building! I was on the 21st floor, and that’s less than halfway up. The elevators are amazingly fast, but expect a bit of a wait at peak times, especially in the morning and evening. Breakfast was very good, but be sure to heed the “traffic warnings” and jostling to get the best view from your seats. Honestly recommend no later than 0645 if you want a window view.
My room was basic and the shower was not working well but I did not complain to the front desk about it. Somehow all these concerns evaporate when you return to the window and see the view.
This hotel has world class bellmen and valet service. Front desk staff are crisp and professional. “You get what you pay for” applies to this hotel. Keep in mind you will need to pay for valet parking and that you will be transported to your car off-site. However the experience is quite smooth and professional.
If I ever return to “The Falls” I would not hesitate to stay here again.
our room had an amazing view of the falls we had paid for an upgrade, only down side was on the morning we checked out the shower was only putting out cold water, we asked for it to be fixed and where assured it was
unfortunately, it wasn’t. As we had paid for an upgrade when we checked in i asked for a discount
the lady offered $20 we had paid an extra $50 for the upgrade i asked for the $50, it became an embarrassing
we bartered as if we were at the local flea market. The lady settled on $30, i found this totally unprofessional
This hotel used to be in better shape a few years ago, but now it is crying for renovation. The view of the falls and location is wonderful, but please - time to renovate it, before it turns bad. The afternoon snack and the free breakfast are also lower quality than before, so for people who visit this place more than once, they will definitely notice the downgrade. If I have to sum it up, wonderful view, prime location, but not more than 3 stars for rooms and amenities in their current state. We hope to see it renovated the next time we visit, or we’ll have to stay at better hotel.
Location, location, location. This property is walking distance to Horseshoe Falls (you do have to pay $4ish CND return to take the inclined railway down to the Falls & back up). If you have a falls view room, you can't beat looking out on to the Falls, especially the lighted version at night. The rooms were large, clean, and the beds super comfortable. As others have mentioned, the lack of affordable parking was the downfall. It's a busy spot so lines for check in/out, breakfast, elevators are busy during peak times. The lack of reasonably affordable parking is the only reason I rated 4 out of 5.
Staying here is a must for anyone that has never seen Niagara Falls. Going through security at the border was a pain in the rear .. however it was totally worth it. Pay the extra few dollars for a falls view. We were right over the horseshoe falls and it was absolutely amazing!!