The Niagara Peninsula has a strong reputation as a wine region on par with European vineyards – it’s an ideal latitude for grape-growing and thrives on a controlled micro-climate. So any opportunity for the local vineyards to showcase their wines is always noteworthy.
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Do you someone that's always wanted to come to Niagara Falls but hasn't been? A frequent visitor? This holiday season surprise them with the gift of travel-- a Niagara Falls Marriott Gift Card.
Gift Card amounts are customizable in $5 increments, ranging from $25 to $1000 per card.
New Years Eve is an exciting time in Niagara Falls, one of the worlds top New Years Eve destinations.
The Niagara Falls Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa has been awarded with Orbitz travels top award, the ‘Best in Stay Elite Award’, which is bestowed upon the highest rated hotel in Niagara Falls.
Linda Crabtree of Accessible Niagara recently visited the Marriott Fallsview Hotel and Spa, located next to The Brink of Niagara Falls.
Accessible Niagara is an award winning website, created to ‘Open Niagara, Ontario to people with mobility impairment’.
As of 2014, there are 88 wineries in the general Niagara Region. There's a reason why Niagara is such a popular wine making region. Continue reading for more information on why wineries flock to the region, as well as the top wineries in the area.
Being both a major tourist region, Niagara is designed to accommodate tourists from all over the world.
One of the best ways to enjoy the natural sights across Niagara is through the numerous bike trails and tours on offer. Across the Niagara region there are hundreds of trails and scenic routes for every level of cycling experience – from a casual ride to more challenging cross-country routes.
Wine lovers rejoice, as the Niagara Wine Festival is back for it's 63rd year! From September the 13th until September the 28th, the streets of Niagara will be filled with parties, parades, events and entertainment for harvest celebrations with some of the best wineries in the world.
Everybody knows that Niagara Falls is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, but not everyone knows the best places to see it all. If you want to get a really good view of one of the Seven Natural Wonders then you need to check out one (or all) of these places, next time you visit.
Niagara is absolutely teeming with history and historical sites, that will keep even the hardiest of history buffs happy. If you're planning on seeing some of this diverse history while in Niagara then here are the 3 best places to visit:
Charity is an important part of the Marriott culture, and we were surprised when the challenge was issued to members of the Marriott Niagara Falls Sales Team. Kathy McMurray and her cohorts embraced the idea of giving while showcasing the beauty of Niagara Falls
More often than not, Niagara has warm and dry year round weather with average highs of 80 degrees Fahrenheit in July. However, there is a slight chance that it could rain on your visit to Niagara Falls, particularly during the winter months.
CHCH Morning Live at Between the Lines Winery with Chef Ron Kneabone