In total there are 669 rooms spread over 22 floors. The best rooms are those looking right onto the Falls. There are more categories than we have fingers, so we won't give the breakdown but all in all they don't differ greatly. The main defining point is size and view. Our favourite room is the corner room, as you have double exposure to the Falls and the added bonus of having a large whirlpool bath tub right opposite the Falls, meaning that you can soak away while looking at Niagara Falls! The standard rooms, called Traditional, are however just as comfortable if you are on a bit of a budget. The lower three categories, Traditional, Cityview and American Fallsview rooms and the top-end Superior Fallsview room have twin queen-size beds. The other categories have king size Sheraton sleepers. All rooms have a large flat-screen television, complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities (Starbucks brand); this is accompanied by paper cups ? real crockery wouldn't have gone amiss! Some of the higher-end rooms have fireplaces, which add a homely touch to an otherwise bland room. Despite the décor, which is nothing to write home about, the rooms are very comfortable, clean and neat, as you will find in any Sheraton anywhere in the world. The bathrooms are equally as spacious as the rooms and have either marble or granite counter tops, and either a bath or bath tub or both, unless you select a room with a Jacuzzi bath. The bathrooms are all stocked with Sheraton own-brand products.
Our tip to choosing the best value for money accommodation is asking for a room with two queen-size beds, a Juliet balcony complete with Falls views, which will radically change your stay!