If you’re looking for a budget friendly motel in Niagara Falls, look no further than Budget Host Inn.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Niagara Falls, Budget Host Hotel is located a short distance from Sal Maglie Stadium (3.4 km) and Little Italy (4.2 km).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Budget Host Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The motel features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and picnic area. Plus, Budget Host Inn offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Bakery Restaurant and Lounge, Steak Stone & Sushi, and New York Fish House, all of which are a short distance from Budget Host Hotel.
Best of all, Budget Host Hotel makes it easy to experience many great Niagara Falls attractions like The Niagara Arts And Cultural Center and Polly King Art Gallery, which are some popular art galleries.
The staff at Budget Host Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
My Husband and I stayed there for one night, when we were on our way back to Canada. The room was great: the king size bed was very comfortable, the room was dark (which was good for us to sleep), the bathroom was very clean, and they have a parking big lot. There was no breakfast, but it was reasonable. The only issue we had was a slight smell. It is a very good place to stay.
Clean hotel Nothing special. The room was very clean, and the beds were comfortable. Wifi was iffy There’s lots of fast food outlets around. Good for one night. Parking is free. You get what you pay for and I was quite satisfied with the end result and will return
This hotel is tired, of the six hotels we've stayed at during our recent trip to Boston and surrounds this rates the lowest. Nothing we needed to complain about its just the place needs a good face lift all round.
Our first tip off was upon check in. We noticed the coffee dispensers and baked goods display case in the front office. When we inquired, it turned out "continental breakfast" meant come to the front office and grab your coffee and whatever breakfast offerings they had and take it back to your room to eat as there's no dining area. We never found out what the offerings were as the window to grab your options is 8-9:30am. The next concern was the poorly lit parking lot in the courtyard. We had to drive around in the dark to find our room and frankly were a little concerned for our car. When we got into the room, it smelled mouldy and dank but also like air freshener had been to used to try and cover it up. The room looked like it hadn't been maintained in years. See the photos which include cracked walls and ceiling, mildew in the washroom, a spider's web on the lamp. Also the advertised free wifi was terrible and not always accessible. Sadly we were stuck staying here as it was a late check in and we couldn't find another hotel so late. I suppose if budget is a concern and you can ignore the lack of care in your room then this place would suffice but it still cost us $161 Canadian for the night, so "budget" isn't quite accurate. …
I stayed here for few nights during the March 2019. I found it to be clean, quiet, comfortable, and a decent value for the price. It is definitely older; in the style of a 1960's motor lodge. However, it was pleasant and I enjoyed interacting with the staff.