As a splurge for an experience we would remember for the rest of our lives, my wife and I shared a Presidential Suite with another couple for one night at the Embassy Suites. We had rooms 4203 and 4204. The deal included breakfast and two alcoholic drinks per room at a 9th floor reception. All of the staff were charming, efficient, and polite, although the valet parking attendant used some untruths to get us to commit to the valet parking service (“It costs $20 in all the other places, too. How should I write your name for the valet parking ticket?”). We parked at Uncle Vinny’s parking lot right across the street for $10 a night. We were able to check in at 3:30, just before the 4 p.m. crowd began to gather at the reception section. Our suite was on the top floor, just below the penthouse, and the view was magnificent. The windows were about 12 feet wide with a great view of both the American and Horseshoe Falls, and the rooms were much longer with space for a conference table, good sized bathroom and an entry hallway. There were light switches with dimmers and lots of electric sockets. The bar was outfitted with a corkscrew, a good refrigerator, and other essentials. The housekeeping lady was able to find a Samsung cell phone charger for us when other hotels had failed. 4203 had two sofa beds, and 4204 had a bed. My wife and I shared a sofa bed in 4203, and it was not very comfortable. It was strange to have a morning back ache after spending three hundred of dollars for the night. If we paid so much for the suite, why did we have to pay an extra $12.50 for wireless Internet? The answer was given by another TripAdviser member: the hotel is all about the view, the best in the area. All of the Niagara Falls stores and hotels had that one-night stand aspect where few are concerned about repeat business. The fireworks, which began at 10 p.m. on that Friday night, were launched from the Canadian side near the Sheraton Hotel, and we had a perfect view from our room. We were told that the hotel was fully booked the night that we stayed there, but we did not feel overcrowding at the elevators, during check-in, check-out, or at breakfast. But there certainly were a lot of guests, especially at breakfast on the 9th floor where each party was assigned to a waitress who brought drinks in order to avoid jam-ups at the orange juice and coffee dispensers. Be sure to write a good recommendation for your waitress on the evaluation card. The mass breakfast was of average quality. The hotel does a good job of crowd control—better than most hotels in Las Vegas. At $2 per person you can take a tram directly down to the promenade at Horseshoe Falls. Edgewater’s Pub and Grill was a good value for lunch overlooking the falls. We recommend the hotel for the view. Be grateful for anything beyond that.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 42-story hotel located 100 yards from the waters edge in the Fallsview Tourist District, 1 block from Fallsview Casino. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Embassy Suites Niagara Falls
- Niagara Falls Embassy Suites
- Embassy Suite Niagara Falls