Lavish Hotel with Rooftop Restaurant Overlooking Niagara Falls
Every day, about 200 billion liters of water surge over Canada's Horseshoe Falls, the largest of Niagara’s three waterfalls. Though impressive, statistics fail to capture the falls’ full power. At ground level, there's a thunderous roar, and a massive cloud of mist rises high above the brink. But from a higher vantage point at the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls/Fallsview, you can see the entire waterfall crash.
Each of the hotel's guest rooms features expansive views of the city, but the view of the falls from the 33rd-floor Watermark Restaurant is arguably the best in town. Between bites of prime rib or roast rack of lamb, you can gaze down on Horseshoe Falls and speculate on the province's astronomical water bill.
A glass walkway connects the hotel to the Fallsview Casino, where you can try your luck at 150 gaming tables and 3,000 slot machines. The casino's Avalon Ballroom has played host to Ringo Starr, Jay Leno, Diana Ross, and several other major acts. Check out upcoming performers here. For a more mellow experience, take a half-hour drive north to Peller Estates or Hillebrand Winery in the fertile Niagara-on-the-Lake region, where you can try Ontario’s signature ice wine, a dessert wine made from frozen grapes.
Niagara Falls, Ontario: Legendary Waterfalls and Family Attractions
Niagara Falls, Ontario, rests on the province's southeastern tip with the Niagara River and the Canadian Falls creating a natural boundary between Canada and the United States. For an up-close view, visit Journey Behind the Falls, where elevators descend 150 feet into the bedrock. From there, stand on a ledge carved out of the rock and view the falls from a stunning prospective—directly behind them.
Apart from the natural attractions, Niagara Falls offers casinos, water parks, and amusement parks. Less than five minutes from the hotel, the glitzy promenade Clifton Hill boasts an indoor water park, a celebrity wax museum, and a Ferris wheel overlooking Niagara Falls.
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