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Hotel Niagara Fallsview Casino Hotel 4 star
6380 Fallsview Boulevard, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 7X5, Canada Niagara Falls, Canada -
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Amy Adejokun Section editor

The Niagara Fallsview Casino is one of the best hotels you could stay at around Niagara Falls. Having said that, we wouldn't recommend staying around Niagara Falls and would opt for the picturesque village of Niagara-on-the-Lake just 30 minutes' drive away. However, if your heart is set on staying at the Las Vegas of Ontario, then this is the place to come. The Fallsview is the largest hotel in the long line of towering establishments here. It also has the best views of the Falls from its casino and restaurant. Despite its reams of facilities and redesigned rooms, we were not big fans of this monumental hotel, which to us, was sterile, cold and lacking any sort of personal touch, be it in the décor or the service.

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    Location 7.9 /10

    Located among the chaos of naf hotels, game arcades and cheap bars that surrounds Niagara Falls, the hotel is one of the highest buildings, boasting beautiful views of the Falls, making up a big part of its draw. Everything in Niagara Falls is within walking distance.

    Accommodation 7.70 /10

    The 374 rooms are divided up into five categories: Deluxe, Diplomat and Parlour. The main different in the rooms is the size and view quality of the Falls. As the hotel is shaped like an owl, or horseshoe, most rooms tend to have a view.

    The rooms are all decorated in the same neutral tones. Taupe carpets, faux mahogany wooden furniture and not much else to say apart from that they are clean and fairly well-maintained. Smokers will be relieved to know that the Fallsview has lots of dedicated smoking rooms. Otherwise they are pretty much the same. The Wi-Fi access is complimentary throughout the hotel including in the rooms. The bathrooms are as non-descript as the rooms, but they are spacious and all have bath-tubs and a separate shower. Rooms don't have mini-bars, but there is 24-hour room service. Otherwise the rooms have the usual large flat-screen television, iron/ironing board, complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities and in-room safe. The Diplomat and Parlour Suites have a large whirlpool bath in the bathrooms for that extra special touch ? that way, you can look over the falls while soaking in the tub.

    The hotel has barrier-free rooms for people with restricted movement.

    Overview 7.70 /10

    The 35 floor hotel is one of the fullest in terms of facilities. Open in 2004, the hotel was entirely renovated in 2010. Not only does it have the only casino in Niagara Falls, but if you are a games fan, then you won't be disappointed by the size and variety of the options at the Fallsview Casino. The casino restaurant is one of the most popular attractions due to the view of the Falls; however, other hotels like the Crowne Plaza have excellent views if that is what you have your heart set on.

    Located inside a vast gallery of shops and restaurants, the hotel entrance is to the right hand side of the casino. The promenade looks like something you would find in Dubai, and seeing the quality of the shops here, you may as well give them a miss. The hotel lobby is just off the fountain under the building's domed roof. A perfectly non-descript lobby that looks completely impersonal and lacking all character, like the rest of the hotel.

    The upside of staying at the Fallsview, is the sraggering choice of restaurants on offer, including nine restaurants that are actually part of the hotel (see food and drink section below). The hotel also has a spa, gym, a bright and light indoor pool area and cinema.

    Food and drink 7.70 /10

    The Fallsview has a staggering amount of dining options without even having to step outside. You've everything from Italian at the signature 'Ponte Vecchio' to the roulette themed '17 Noir' and sushi. In total, there are four restaurants and three bars. An effort has been made to keep the decor looking fresh and contemporary except for in the enormous canteen where buffets are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For something a little upscale and with mor e of an intimate atmosphere, we would opt for Ponte Vecchio or the Sushi bar. If you don't want to get caught up in dining for hours on end, then you've got the 24-hour deli by the lobby. Our favourite bar was the 'R5 Lounge'. If you are in the area and are looking for a half decent bar to go to, then we recommend this one. R5 has a fire and water theme, along with an elaborate cocktail menu and great views.

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    Our advice is to stay in Niagara-on-the-Lake, a small picturesque village 30 minutes' drive away as Niagara Falls has become a sort of ugly and trashy Las Vegas.


    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, sauna, spa

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment


    • Whirlpool bath


    • Large choice of onsite facilities.
    • Views of Niagara Falls.
    • If you're a gaming fan, then this one's for you as it has a large elaborate casino.


    • Cold and sterile atmosphere.

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