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I reserved a Presidential Suite for our anniversary as a treat over Memorial Day weekend. Overall, I was underwhelmed, but perhaps I had too high expectations since I don't normally stay in Presidential Suites. To me it was something special, but I suppose to the...More
We were there for my birthday and had a view on the falls from the 20th floor. It was a president falls view room with a jacuzzi. The view was fantastic we were also able to see the memorial day fireworks on the US side....More
The location was perfect. But the staff needs to be more amicable. Charges were incurred without my knowledge. When address to the staff more to the manager it was just not handle ethically and or professionally. Again location is perfect. But human interactions could have...More
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You cannot beat the location and the views. However you have to pay up for the view. We booked a fall side King and when we got there they offered a upgrade to a suite with a panoramic view for a discount. Wow! Worth the...More
My husband and our 2 kids recently stayed at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Niagara Falls. Despite my title (re spider), it is a nice hotel and the hotel staff are very helpful. There are however a few problems which may effect one's stay. Firstly...More
In all the rooms that I've stayed in at the Embassy Suites Fallsview (I used to go a few times a year) I've never heard of this category of room. If I had to venture a guess, it'll be enter the door into a room with a... More
In all the rooms that I've stayed in at the Embassy Suites Fallsview (I used to go a few times a year) I've never heard of this category of room. If I had to venture a guess, it'll be enter the door into a room with a pull-out couch that pulls out into a queen bed. That goes into a short hall with a mini fridge and the single bathroom off of that. That short hall opens into the bigger room with 2 queen beds and the windows overlooking the falls. One bath. Toilet and shower in a separated area from the rest of the bathroom.