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Reviewed November 8, 2010

I really enjoyed our recent stay at the Queen's Landing. The location was great, and in walking distance to the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The whole area is very beautiful in the fall! The room was nice and very clean. When they came into the room to do a turn down service, they left a rose on the pillows. The staff was very friendly and assisted us with places to go for dinner. My only complaint would be how pricey it was! I do think it was a bit expensive. I would return to the hotel but maybe go during an off season so that it wasn't as pricey.

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 3, 2010

My new husband and I had our wedding at Queen's Landing Inn last October, 2009. It surpassed even our greatest expectations! While the price tag was out of our price range, it was well worth it for the food and the service. Jennifer (their wedding coordinator) was absolutely amazing and was extremely attentive to details, re-lighting every single candle that went out throughout the entire night.
We knew we were paying for the food and the service, but the food really wowed every one of our guests. I even had friends come to be this past September and ask for the lobster grilled cheese recipe (one of our appetizers) for their wedding!
Overall, it was the most amazing place to get married. The staff really makes you feel like royalty, and it was worth every penny! We are returning this coming October to celebrate our one year anniversary!

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 2, 2010

Queen's Landing is an elegant, quiet place at the perfect corner of a quaint and quiet, charming artsy town. The hotel offered everything with grace, dignity, and unqualified skill.We were there for a college small group reunion.
A large wedding and significant business conferences took place during our leisure stay, but there was no interference or interruption to our planned gatherings or opportunities for casual get togethers on the patio facing the water or in the lounge.
Entire staff from bottom to top was cheery, professional, helpful and even remembered who you were. You felt valued, secure, cared for!
Though no view is bad--lots of green and flowers in September--the best would be a
river or marina view. Easy walking to Shaw plays, while an extra block or two off the main street activities. Good parking and valet service.

  • Stayed: September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 17, 2010

we always stay at vinatage hotels when visiting NOTL.
usually at the prince of wales and a few times at the pillar and post.
since both above mentioned were sold out, we decided to try queen's landing.
this is a beautiful small hotel. the rooms may be even nicer than than the other vintage hotels.
as usual all three hotels have the nicest linens and beds.
the common areas of queens landing are beautiful and very well maintained. fresh cut roses in many areas, beautiful furniture, wonderful floors.
it's going to be a tough choice the next time we visit niagara.

  • Stayed: September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank Roy P
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Reviewed September 4, 2010

It was a Sunday night and we didn't have reservations but stopped in to see if we could book a room. We were lucky and also got a small AAA discount making the price very reasonable for the quality of the hotel. The beds were SOOO comfortable. The room wasn't huge but was quit lovely. The bath was also small but beautifully appointed. For us, traveling through the area it was a very nice change from the standard cookie cutter hotels. It was convinently situated to the Shaw Festival theaters and the lovely shopping center so we could easily walk to everything. It was a memorable night's stay in a
beautiful community!

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with friends
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Thank sewhere
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