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Niagara Falls
25 Jun — 26 Jun2
Niagara Falls
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Butler House Bed And Breakfast - Niagara Falls - Living room
Free Wi-Fi
Gorge View - Niagara Falls - Bedroom
Gorge View
8.8 Excellent
Free Wi-Fi
Red Coach Inn - Niagara Falls - Bedroom
Red Coach Inn - Niagara Falls - Bedroom
Red Coach Inn
8.7 Excellent
Free Wi-Fi
Anchor Motel - Niagara Falls - Pool
Anchor Motel - Niagara Falls - Pool
Anchor Motel
8.4 Excellent
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
The Cadence - Niagara Falls - Bedroom
The Cadence - Niagara Falls - Bedroom
The Cadence
8.2 Excellent
Free Wi-Fi

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Top tips for finding Niagara Falls hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Niagara Falls, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Niagara Falls in December and March.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Niagara Falls if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 4 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Niagara Falls accommodation.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Niagara Falls for 1 day.
  • If you would like to stay in an area that has lots of entertainment opportunities and interesting activities, book a hotel in Fallsview, such as The Tower Hotel. Fallsview is located on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, and it’s full of restaurants, shops, live entertainment and clubs.
  • Planning on visiting Niagara Falls with your family? Consider staying at a hotel with family-friendly activities like the Skyline Hotel, offering a waterpark. The Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel is a budget-friendly choice and has a children’s play area with slides. Clifton Victoria Inn at the Falls provides two bedroom suites suitable for families.
  • For those interested in seeing more than just the falls, consider booking a hotel that allows you to easily travel to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. The Howard Johnson by Wyndham is located just off one of the main highways that can take you to Canada, making it convenient to explore other areas in the vicinity.
  • Because so many tourists visit Niagara Falls, consider staying within walking distance to attractions, rather than relying on transport in busy traffic. The Wyndham Garden is a modern choice that is located one block from the falls and Casino Niagara.
  • Although the most common reason people come to this city is to see the falls, it’s also a very popular place to go gambling. If you’re interested in having some fun when you’re not touring the local scenery, book one of the many hotels that has an onsite casino. The Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort is a great choice that comes with a pool and parking options, and the Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel has a large gaming floor.

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Recent reviews for Niagara Falls hotels

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Hampton Inn Niagara Falls/Blvd7.9/10 ratingout of 18 reviews · $126 avg price/ night
Upon arriving to the hotel we walked through the front door and was greeted with an attitude from the front desk. Didn’t really care too much about it as we just drove 4 1/2 hours and got there at 10:30 at night went up to the room to find the hot tub was nasty the floors were disgusting with stains on them we don’t care too much about the stains but the hot tub was disappointing main reason why we got the room we did when we had gone out to go get some dinner we came back and there was another person at the front desk which was god awful rude has a attitude about every question we had asked.
Anonymous +28 Mar 2022
Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino8.6/10 ratingout of 269 reviews · $82 avg price/ night
I found one of the front desk workers to be very unfriendly. She was a blonde with slightly curly hair that was pulled back. She was very dismissive with my questions. The day of check out, our bus back to New York was delayed. I called to ask for a 1/2 hour -1 hour extension in the room and she promptly and proudly said “ NOPE we don’t allow that. You have to check out or you will be charged.” Even though there were only a few rooms being used on that floor during our stay. We felt very uncomfortable with our interaction with a small brunette at the shop near the front desk. She made a point to only tell me and my mom about the mask mandate that would be in effect the following day. There were plenty of guests in the shop not wearing a mask, that she did not feel the need to say this to. She proceeded to tell me AGAIN as I was purchasing my items. The majority of the staff at the casino and restaurants were lovely. But there were definitely staff members that did not care to hide their bias.
Anonymous +25 Nov 2021

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