Skyrise Luxury Steps from Niagara Falls
A seemingly endless deluge of water plunges 53 meters from the apex of the Horseshoe Falls. The thunderous roar, the scattered rainbows in the mist, and the sheer magnitude of Niagara's largest section overwhelm onlookers, many of whom stare in silence with reverent awe. Inside the 42-story Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls – Fallsview Hotel just 100 meters away, all noise is left behind, and a sense of sumptuousness sets in. The atrium soars high above heads, plush lobby furniture muffles echoes, and the marble of the front desk stretches long against the back wall, allowing plenty of guests to check in at once.
Up high in the two-room, 56-square-meter Fallsview suite, the view of Niagara’s Horseshoe Falls from the giant, floor-to-ceiling windows dominates. A living room and dining area with a mini fridge and a microwave remain separate from the bedroom, where two queen-size beds appear to perch over the jaw-dropping scenery. After attempting to mimic the tumultuous gurgle of the falls in the silence of the room, guests can descend to The Keg Steakhouse & Bar on the ninth floor, where casual grill classics, including ribs, seafood, and tender beef cuts, play succulent supporting roles to the stunning views of the Falls nearby. A dip in the heated indoor pool, a workout in the fitness center, or a soak in the whirlpool unwinds overnighters for a rest on plush bedding. In the morning, a full complimentary breakfast buffet with an omelet station awaits to fuel sightseers for two complimentary Falls, casino, and attraction shuttle passes.
Niagara Falls: Awe-Inspiring Natural Beauty with Activities for All
Just steps from the Niagara River, Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls – Fallsview Hotel rests in the thick of the city’s tourist district. Wending streets deliver explorers on foot to shops, restaurants, and scores of attractions, including casinos and a giant, needle-like structure with a revolving restaurant over the Falls. Visitors don mist-proof ponchos and board a classic sightseeing boat to tour the mist-laden Niagara bottom. In a butterfly conservatory 16 kilometers to the north, thousands of exotic butterflies flit about and land on delighted visitors in an indoor rainforest. Or tour an enormous art-glass studio nearby, wherein artisans blow molten glass into dazzling shapes.