In mid-February 2015 social media, newspapers and network news channels have been enamoured with pictures of Niagara Falls in it's frozen state--and rightfully so-- as it's a beautiful sight to behold.
This increase in media coverage has translated into tourists flocking to see this once in a decade phenomenon.
But an obvious by-product of the frozen falls: it's extremely cold. Taking in the Falls up close and in-person is recommended for a short duration. Other options include viewing the Falls from above at the Skylon Tower Observation Deck. The best--and most comfortable--way to view the ice glaciers is from a Fallsview Room.
Here is a collection of photos and video from a 20th floor Superior Fallsview Room
Advantages of Viewing from a Fallsview Room
Viewing from a Fallsview Room is easily the most comfortable--and warm--way to view the Falls. Select a room with a fireplace (such as a Superior Fallsview Room), grab your favorite beverage, and then sit back and relax.
If you come bring your camera and tweet us your photos @FallsMarriott .
Niagara Falls is expected to remain frozen until Sunday, March 8th, 2015. Take advantage of this rare weather phenomenon while you can. To book a room at the #1 ranked hotel in Niagara Falls, visit: