Established in 1923 and modeled after an old English inn, the Tudor-style building has spectacular views of Niagara Falls' upper rapids from street-facing suites. The size of apartments, suites have full kitchens and living rooms, one or two bedrooms, and some have a second bathroom. Rooms and suites are furnished with antiques, gas fireplaces (some), and four-poster beds with toile duvets. Champagne and cheese is served upon arrival. The dark-wood restaurant ($$), with
three meals daily, has snug seating, plush chairs, a stone fireplace, and a patio. Rib-sticking dinners might include sirloin with garlic-herb butter or an 8-ounce lobster tail.