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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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Overview

Towering megahotel with a pool, restaurant and bar overlooking Niagara Falls

The Lowdown

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

Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls Fallsview
6700 Fallsview Blvd
Niagara Falls, L2G3W6 Canada

Reviews

abusive, deaf ear, lying customer service
AccessTravel2000

I stay at their hotel from the 11/9-11-11. They offer me the opportunity to upgrade my room so I did. The customer service rep. quote me a price and at check out the price was completely different. The part that upset me the most is that the SIGNATURE AGREE TO THE NEW PRICE WAS NOT MY SIGNATURE. Someone one else sign it. Avoid this hotel at all cost. The breakfast line will make you mad and the restaurant on site charges you $23 CAD for mozzarella stick with sauce. RIDICULOUS!!!!!!! AVOID THE HOTEL.

Truly the Only Hotel to Stay When at the Falls (CA or US)
CristinaP73

Our family really enjoyed our first time to Niagara Falls CA and our view from our suite was terrific. We had views of both the American and Canadian falls on the 40th floor. Caveat: the rooms on the website are totally photo shopped because none of the rooms have as amazing of an unobstructed view of the falls. Rather, you get a window that has a bar in the middle to prevent breakage and are thick and a bit cloudy. Still, our night in Niagara was freezing and snowing so it was great to enjoy just watching the falls from our room. The beds were very comfortable too and the bathroom was spacious with a large jacuzzi tub and separate shower.

Breakfast buffet was included but was average (just order the omelet bc everything else was meh) but service was helpful and attentive. Starbucks located on the first floor was awesome and direct access to the Falls Incline Railway would have been awesome except for the Railway being broken during our visit. Instead, we had to walk 15 minutes in the cold to actually get down to the Falls. It would have been nice in this instance for the hotel to start a shuttle to the Falls for guests. Also, note that you can valet park at a premium or pay a lower rate, leave your keys with the valet who parks it but then you have to get shuttled to your car to actually retrieve it which is located in a separate lot. Not ideal but I would still prefer to stay at this hotel than any other for the views and amenities.

A MUST SEE
Mytime1955

We upgraded to a Fallsview. It was worth the investment. Breakfast ok. It's free and it gives you a boost for the day. Go early. Fantastic views at Embassy Suites. At this time of the year there was still a good crowd. Public transportation stops out front. Check with the concierge for specials and coupons.