The modern cosmopolitan world has many great perks, one being: If you know where to look, you can get a great meal in any cuisine, in just about any major city or tourist destination. Niagara Falls is no exception.
Niagara Seasons Blog
Labour Day is a public holiday in Canada (and the United States). Celebrated on the first Monday of September, Labour Day in Canada forms a three-day long weekend full of opportunities for fun-seekers.
While summer is a good time to explore Niagara Falls, it is essential to keep the weather in mind while planning your activities. Average temperatures in summer range from 23 to 28 degrees Celsius. The heat starts building up at around 10 a.m. and cools down by 8 p.m.
The selfie is here to stay in modern photography, and nothing says ‘Look where I am!’ like a shot with your likeness and an eye-catching background. Here are six amazing locations for where a great Niagara Falls selfie might be set up with ease.
There's nothing like Niagara Falls in the beautiful sunlight of August. The Days are warm, yet the Falls provide a welcoming mist for those standing near it. There's always something to do in Niagara Falls-- and August is no exception.
The Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa has completely remodeled our Lobby—creating the Lobby Lounge.
A trip to Niagara Falls, Ontario offers a wide range of activities from viewing the falls and entertainment spots to shopping and visiting exciting destinations in and around the area.
Professional Photographer Doug Friesen recently set social media ablaze with a number of breathtaking and spectacular photos of Niagara Falls. Doug was kind enough to share some of his photos and photography tips with the Marriott Fallsview Niagara Seasons Blog.
On July 1st, Canadians will come out in huge numbers to celebrate a very special occasion. It’s Canada Day, that time of the year when the citizens of the country honour the day when the British North America Act, 1867 was enacted.
With fresh produce including vegetables, fruits, meat, dairy products and more, the Niagara region is a great place for those looking for healthy local food. If you want to buy food fresh off a farm, the farmers’ markets in this region will provide plenty of options.