Stone Boutique Hotel Steps from Niagara Falls
As the only historical boutique hotel in the Niagara Falls’ Fallsview Boulevard District, Old Stone Inn may not share the spectacle of its neighbors. Across the street from the 775-foot Skylon Tower and just a short walk away from an IMAX theater and the Guinness Book of World Records Museum, Old Stone Inn provides a contrast to its extravagant surroundings and transports you to the countryside. Originally built as a flourmill in 1904, the inn exudes an Old-World atmosphere through its stone walls, brass chandeliers, and antique furnishings. The result is a quiet intimacy that makes it easy to forget you’re in the heart of one of North America’s most popular tourist attractions.
Inside Old Stone Inn’s dining room, cathedral ceilings and wood-burning fireplaces warm up dinnertime while chefs craft French-inspired cuisine, including baked escargot topped with swiss and mozzarella cheese and herb-roasted lamb in a dijon sauce. The nearby “Spirits” Lounge makes an excellent setting for post-dinner drinks, with its stone interiors, exposed beams, and chandeliers adding an elegant touch.
Across the border, but only a mile and a half away, Seneca Niagara Casino draws in gamers with slot machines, blackjack and roulette tables, and a 16-table poker room. Here, you can use the $50 CAD credit included in this Groupon.
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 and amusement parks. 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.
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