Niagara Falls

Hotels in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

Billed as the "Honeymoon Capital of the World", Niagara Falls in Ontario lives up to its reputation as the perfect destination for newly-weds. As a major tourist magnet on both sides of the Canadian and United States border, Niagara Falls attract not only honeymooning couples but also an average of 20 million other tourists a year, and this huge traffic means a diversity of Niagara Falls Canada hotels accommodation whether you are looking to splurge or stay within  the budget.

Where to Stay in Niagara Falls, Canada

There are practically hundreds of hotels in Niagara Falls, Ontario; beyond couples, young and mature families, large groups and budget-minded travellers and everyone in between would find there is literally something for everyone. Summer bookings can be brisk – particularly so if you are looking for a room with a splendid view – so it pays to book well ahead of the crowds to get the best Niagara Falls hotel deals, a great view in the best accommodation, or cheap hotels in Niagara Falls, Canada.

If you are looking for a place to stay away from the crowds but still want to be within the loop of action, a charming bed and breakfast in Niagara Falls and more affordable options can be found where the falls meet Lake Ontario 30 minutes away. This lovely township sits across New York so when public ferries are reopened, one short ride and you will be in another country! For the moment, visit the forts that have played a major role in the War of 1812.

Vacation rentals and apartments for rent in Niagara Falls are scattered along the way, but if you don’t mind splurging in exchange for waking up to the sound of the falls, there are rooms right in the middle of action overlooking the stunning landscape. Cheap hotels in Niagara Falls city centre less than 10 minutes away put you close to the falls without having to pay premium for the privilege.

Views from Hotels in Niagara Falls Canada

Formed 10,000 years ago when the Wisconsin ice sheets retreated, Niagara Falls is immense. From the largest to the smallest, the Niagara Falls is composed of the American, the Horseshoe, and the Bridal Veil Falls. Experience the thundering power of six million cubic feet per minute over a vertical drop of 50 metres on a Maid of the Mist cruise, which makes regular trips at the foot of the falls year-round except during winter when frozen conditions make it difficult to navigate.

The 2,800-acre garden of Queen Victoria Park, where some of the best hotels in Niagara Falls can also be found, is where you can view the falls as close in person without getting misted. Avoid stiff competition for the perfect view and take in the magnificent panorama from the balcony of your hotel in Niagara Falls night and day. Come during summer to see the falls illumined by floodlights until midnight, or by fireworks which are staged during the weekends.

Light up the candle of romance and take your loved one to Skylon Tower's revolving restaurant; the food is superb and the views, spectacular! Children will surely enjoy the cable car ride over the Niagara Whirlpool, while adrenaline-seeking adults may want to experience the whitewater on a Whirlpool jet boat. But why be earthbound? Witness the unfolding drama of the land – and water – from the lofty view of a helicopter tour and cherish the experience for a long time.