Located in Waterloo, Holiday Inn Waterloo - Seneca Falls is in a rural location and close to Women's Rights National Historical Park and National Women's Hall of Fame. This hotel is within the vicinity of Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry and New York Chiropractic College.
Make yourself at home in one of the 148 air-conditioned guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include complimentary newspapers and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, limo/town car service, and business services. Free parking is available onsite.
Smoochie Poochies specializes in Dog Walking, Boarding, and Concierge Services. Prior to any boarding or walking, we do a complementary meet and greet, where we have the opportunity to get acquainted with you and your pup. We do lengthly, exclusive walks and playtime sessions. Through care, love, and variety of services we
Since 1907, the same family has farmed the land around The Apple Shed, growing peaches, apples, tomatoes, and other fruits and vegetables. In 1973, third-generation owners Gary and Barb Wells opened a fruit stand to sell these crops along with sandwiches, seasonal salads, and cider that is pressed onsite. The Apple Shed is popular with children as well as foodies, thanks to a playground, farm animals, and other family attractions.
The Cayuga Wine Trail connects 16 member wineries around the rolling lakeside hills, promoting the local vino market and hosting four trail-based events every year. “Say Cheese” beckons scores of intrepid guests to travel along the lakefront farms and valley vistas of the wine trail, braving occasional bigfoot sommeliers to taste locally made cheeses paired with vine juice at each of the wineries. Upon arriving at one of two starting points, attendees receive a wine glass and wine glass lanyard. From there, the two-hour burgundy brick road leads wine worshippers to taste cheeses, such as Muranda's Red Buddy or Lively Run Goat Dairy's Cayuga blue, within establishments ranging from the time-resistant Lucas Vineyards and 2010 Governor's Cup-winning Swedish Hill Winery to the restored 1820s barn at Americana Vineyards. At the end of the odyssey, vinophiles can submit their best photos of wine, cheese, and scenery through Facebook or Twitter to win a specialty gift basket from the local artisans.
When kids get lost in their imagination, they can feel like they’re starring in a movie. So it's apt that when Rachel Long needed a location for KidVentureDome—a kid-focused play center—she chose a nearly century-old movie house. In collaboration with her architect husband, Dan, the mother of four spent years planning and building some of the play equipment in her 8,000-square foot facility, which opened its doors in 2013.
Inside, sock-clad youngsters board a two-level pirate ship or look out over an imaginary ocean from a lighthouse. Nearby, kids climb toward a miniature rock wall's summit; others map out a multi-level play structure's tunnels, tube slides, and cross-dimensional portals; and competitive tykes play rounds of skeeball and air hockey in the arcade. All the while, parents can watch TV and surf free Wi-Fi in the lounge or head to the café for snacks and baked goods.
One of the East Coast's best-known Members-only wholesale retailers, BJ's serves more than six million Members in more than 200 clubs as far west as Ohio. Within these sprawling locations, BJ's helps provide more selections to savvy shoppers looking to knock out most of their errands in a single stop. In the same visit, Members can stock up on economy-sized groceries?including USDA choice meats, farm-fresh produce, and everyday essentials?grab name-brand electronics, and even plan a vacation through BJ's Travel. Each service makes up a single part of BJ's well-rounded retail experience, but simplifying shopping isn't BJ's only goal; in 2012 alone, the company donated more than $2.2 million to charitable organizations.