Lavish Hotel with Rooftop Restaurant Overlooking Niagara Falls
Every day, more than 50 billion gallons of water surge over the brink of Canada's Horseshoe Falls, the largest of Niagara’s three waterfalls. However impressive, statistics fail to capture the full power of the falls. 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 crashing in silent fury.
In each of the rooms, windows capture expansive views of the city or the crashing waters of Niagara Falls. Downstairs at the Grand Caffé, a daily breakfast buffet offers a range of eats, including fresh fruit and made-to-order omelets. For some of the best views in all of Niagara, head to the Watermark restaurant for a steak dinner on the 33rd-floor rooftop, where expansive windows look out onto the falls.
At the indoor pool, kids can launch down a twisting water slide and swim beneath two-story waterfalls. Grownups can spread their luck across 150 gaming tables and 3,000 slot machines at the Fallsview Casino, which connects to the hotel via glass walkway. For a more mellow experience, hit the hotel’s spa or take a half-hour drive north to Peller Estates, where you can tour the family-owned vineyards, sample Canadian wine, and tie grape stems with your tongue.
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, you can stand on a ledge carved out of the rock and view the falls from a stunning prospective—directly behind the falls.
Apart from the natural attractions, Niagara Falls offers plenty of entertainment in the way of casinos, water parks, and amusement parks. Fewer than five minutes from the hotel, the glitzy promenade Clifton Hill boasts a wide an array of popular attractions including an indoor water park, a celebrity wax museum, and a ferris wheel overlooking Niagara Falls.