The classiest of Niagara Falls chain hotels since a $25 million renovation in 2006, this six-story hotel is across the street from the Seneca Niagara Casino. Rooms have two queen beds or one king, with fluffy white duvets and blackout blinds. Suites are twice the size of rooms. The grand ground floor, with Egyptian limestone flooring, has lounge areas with plush couches, a Starbucks, and a spacious, polished bar and grill with flat-screen TVs. Parking isn't free, but it's
not bad at $3 per day.