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Niagara Falls Hotel Review: Corner Suite at the Sheraton On the Falls

a woman on a ladder with a waterfall in the background
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After a slightly lackluster experience at the Four Points Fallsview, I was really hoping the Sheraton on the Falls would impress. Driving up I felt anxious. The entrance is in the middle of a bunch of attractions and on a Saturday afternoon, clogged with parked cars and tour buses. If you’re not looking carefully like me, you’ll miss it and have to drive around the block again. But the second time around I did see the line for the parking entrance and pulled in.

a street with cars and cars on it
Photographed by Google Maps on a much less hectic day

The lobby, as is to be expected with such a central location, was a total zoo of people. But fortunately the dedicated SPG lane was open and I skipped a fairly long line for a quick check in. I’d been upgraded from a City View room (booked with 10,000 points vs paying $350 CAD) to one of their Corner Suites overlooking the Falls and I was ecstatic!

Check rates at this hotel:   SPG.com  |   Booking.com   |   Orbitz   |   Expedia  |   Priceline

The room also came with access to the Club Lounge which included evening appetizers and breakfast.

Plus, because the $15.95 resort fee included free internet, Platinums upgraded from self-parking ($29) to valet parking. This simplified things immensely since I had bought a lot of wine earlier that day which needed to be hauled to the room to stay cool.

In addition to free internet, the resort fee also included:

  • Family e-portrait at Hershey’s Chocolate World
  • Beer tasting for 2 at Niagara Brewing Company
  • Unlimited long distance calls to anywhere in the USA or Canada
  • Unlimited local calls
  • 2 bottles complimentary water per day
  • In-room Starbucks and Tazo teas
  • Unlimited access to Sheraton Fitness
  • 2 WEGO tickets (local bus system, $14 value)

This time the elevators were much more clearly marked and soon I was scrunched in with tons of other guests, headed to the 16th floor.


a hotel room with a television and a bed
Sheraton on the Falls Corner Suite

It was just as great as the pictures online. Better in fact. It was spacious, well outfitted, even boasted a sitting area complete with fireplace. But you just couldn’t beat the walls of windows and that view!

a room with a table and chairs
Sheraton on the Falls Corner Suite — Mini Fridge and Sitting Area
a living room with a television and a fireplace
Sheraton on the Falls Corner Suite Couch & Fireplace

a hotel room with a bed and chairs

a mirror above a sink
Sheraton on the Falls Corner Suite Wet Bar
a large circular area with a river and a bridge
Overlooking the Park

Off the sitting room.

a large waterfall with trees and buildings

a waterfall with lights at night
Night View of Niagara Falls

Even on the far wall.a waterfall next to a river

a ferris wheel in a city
View of the Amusement Park
a city street with many cars and buildings
View of Clifton Hill Craziness

In the bathroom!

a bathroom with a waterfall and a tub
Bathroom View in the Sheraton on the Falls Corner Suite

The bathroom though…The shower was not intuitive and the splash guard comes out at a weird angle that makes getting in and out awkward.

a bathroom with a shower and toilet

But really the only way it could possibly have been better is if I had a room with a full balcony, but then I wouldn’t have been able to get one of my favorite pictures of the trip!

a woman on a ladder with a waterfall in the background

I didn’t have enough time to check out the pool, the gym or the evening appetizers from 4-7PM in the Club Lounge, but I did stop by the lounge for breakfast. It was decently sized, though on the small side and crowded. There was a partial view of the falls through the Park which was unexpected for a second floor location.

a window with a view of a building and trees

a room with a kitchen and dining area
Right after the breakfast rush

a room with a window and chairs and tables

Breakfast options were a little sparse. There were breads, and a handful of pastries. No eggs, but some cakes and pre-made pancakes as well as fruit and yogurt.

a table with food on it

A very busy, crowded hotel in the heart of the tourist attractions. Good service though, and if you get a room with a view, you’ll feel miles away from the crowds!

Check rates at this hotel:   SPG.com  |   Booking.com   |   Orbitz   |   Expedia  |   Priceline

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