Daily Mandatory Charge will be added to the room rate and includes: A hotel marketing and development fee, and Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT).
Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview Hotel & Suites offers an elegant stay with 53 floors of breathtaking views over the Horseshoe and American falls. This Niagara Falls, Canada hotel is just 90 minutes from downtown Toronto and Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and provides a stylish backdrop to this natural wonder.
Relax in your guest room at this Niagara Falls hotel. Sleeping up to six people, our rooms at Niagara Falls, Canada provide spacious family accommodations. Spread out in the suites of this Niagara Falls hotel's North Tower. Classic wooden fittings provide an inviting ambience while double whirlpool tubs in oversized bathrooms are among the special touches.
Savor an array of international specialties while overlooking peerless views of Niagara Falls 33 floors up at The Watermark restaurant.
The hotel is charming on the outside and in the lobby. Then you go to your room, and it's all downhill from there black mould on the ceiling rooms are very our dates and water stains everywhere it looks clean, just not up kept at all the pictures on the wall have water damage floors old and smelly, staff are amazing just needs to be updates in the rooms beds need to be changed lumpy beds overall not a great stay nor will we be returning very disappointed we wanted an amazing 16 year anniversary get away, and this was not it sadly, We would not recommend the stay at all
Entering Ontario, Canada was very strict when it comes to testing within 72 hours of arrival and definitely, vaccines records. We were late by 4 hours so The border officer had us return back to NY side to get fast approved tests offered by WNY in the parking lot of the Wyndham hotel. Our stay at the Hilton was very pleasant and everyone one there was very helpful although they were short handed. The ambiance in the hotel and around it was cheerful and brings joy to the travellers. In the neighborhood of the Hiton we had dinner at the Skylon Tower. Dinner food was exquisite and very tasty. Service was exceptional, Alberto and his Daughter were very accommodating, cheerful and pleasant. We shall go again there hopefully soon enough
Had a premium view room on upper floors to overlook both American and Horseshoe falls, a delight especially with nightly illumination. The room was spacious, exceptionally clean, had a jacuzzi tub, refrigerator, and good lighting. The Direct TV was hopelessly limited (no Canadian TV networks or stations nor cable news stations) but that was not why we stayed here. Parking is typically Niagara Falls pricey -- $35 per night for a remote lot. I would recommend finding other parking ($10 for a nearby lot during this quieter time of the year and during covid restricted travel times when not many U.S. vacationers were in Canada. The Italian restaurant was not open at all (no explanation) and we had dinner at a nearby Margaritaville restaurant--not impressed with that. The Hilton public areas are undergoing some renovations. Front desk staff was pleasant, helpful, and efficient and waiting times were short (cf. our last time here in 2019 when it took what seemed to be forever). Parking staff was surly and gruff. The price was very reasonable -- we paid more for a Hampton Inn in suburban Detroit than this Hilton.…
We had a good time at the Hilton and have been coming pretty regularly. When we arrived we were greeted warmly by Karen who is very personable and helpful. It's nice to be treated so well. Our room overlooking both falls was great. We didn't have any trouble because of covid everything ran smoothly. We had dinner both nights at Corso and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Hotel is well located, with many in-house restaurants and connected to Casino. But parking staff can be more courteous and Fallsview rooms need renovation as well as shower rooms are very small. Housekeeping (hotel should make sure all are vaccinated) and should now provide per-COVID cleaning of the room service after sanitizing themselves, and wearing mask instead of Hotels skipping this part in multi night stays in the name of COVID.