My husband and I stayed at the Marriott Niagara Fallsview Hotel & Spa for 3 nights. We had a few Marriott gift cards to use up and wanted a relaxing, romantic weekend away.
The hotel was nice. The room was cozy, on the small side, but had everything we needed. Our room also had an (electric) fireplace in the corner and two comfy chairs so we could sit and look out our BIG window at the falls (which we did quite often, the falls are amazing!). The bathroom was a good size. It included a jacuzzi tub which was actually large enough for two people (!) and was very relaxing. We wished the hotel would have provided some bubble bath or something for the jacuzzi but there was none. One strange thing about the room was that the refrigerator had a lock on it that we didn't have the key for(?!). I guess if you want something from the fridge you have to call someone to come up and unlock it. It seemed like too much of a bother so we didn't use the fridge . . . although it would have been nice to keep some of our own souveniers (wine, chocolate, etc.) in it. Also in the bathroom there was no handtowel bar. So when you wash and dry your hands at the sink, you just kind of have to leave the towel in a clump on the counter. Other than that, nice room. :)
The hotel's "fitness center" was "temporarily relocated" due to renovations and the temporary fitness room only had 1 treadmill and a few free weights, plus it was near the lobby where many folks can pass by and look in the huge windows to watch you work out. So we didn't use the temporary fitness center, which was a shame because if it was stocked better and had more privacy, we would have gone every day.
The breakfast buffet is about $20 pp plus tax, and it was a typical hotel buffet breakfast (bacon, scrambled eggs, potatoes, waffles, toast, fruits, cheeses, yogurts, etc.), and also included omelette chefs so you could order your own omelette, which we did and they always turned out very yummy. I think the hotel needs to add more waitstaff to the breakfast room, the waitstaff was very friendly and tried to accommodate but they all always seemed overwhelmed. Each day for example, no matter who our waiter/waitress was, we would have to ask for an item (juice, water, a refill, or even a pen to fill out the bill (!!) ) multiple times.
The other unexpected thing was that when we booked our room, the hotel website gave us the rate & it also estimated the taxes. When we checked out, the taxes were more than 3 times the estimate. So we were a little shocked about that. I know it's an "estimate" but I am sure they can get a little closer to a correct number to avoid some confusion at checkout. ;)
Overall, nice hotel and we would consider staying there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Marriott Fallsview Niagara Falls Hotel & Spa has the enviable distinction as being the closest hotel to Niagara Falls. As the area's premiere AAA Four Diamond, five-star luxury hotel in Niagara Falls, this Marriott Niagara Falls Hotel overlooks the majestic waterfalls and is located just minutes away from a variety of exciting attractions and casinos, as well as the Scotiabank Convention Centre. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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