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Sheraton on the Falls

Salome Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • at the bottom of Clifton Hill and very close to the falls
  • updated rooms
  • breakfast overlooking all three falls is a great start to the day

    Cons

  • no views from rooms below sixth floor
  • expensive Wi-Fi and parking

Sheraton on the Falls Review

Just steps from the Niagara Parkway and Maid of the Mist ticket booth is this 22-story tower at the corner of Clifton Hill, and it's the most polished option in that area. It's connected via indoor walkways to the Casino Niagara, Crowne Plaza, an indoor water park, and a Hard Rock Cafe and Rainforest Cafe. Rooms, most with a fireplace, have a polished quality to them, with white linens, mahogany furniture, and splashes of marble. Those facing the falls have floor-to-ceiling windows. Corner suites, with views on two sides—some with Jacuzzi baths within view of the falls—are the most luxurious option. Book a room above the sixth floor for the best views, either of the falls or of the city and Clifton Hill. The Fallsview Restaurant, on the 13th floor, serves three meals a day.

    Hotel Details

  • 660 rooms, 10 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 09-12-2013

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