Exploring Niagara is more like a visit to the French countryside than a trip to New York City, you have to look beyond the city walls.
Niagara Seasons Blog
Canada's Parks Day is an annual event that showcases parks and historic sites across the country. In 2012, Ontario’s provincial parks received more than nine million visits and brought in $69 million in revenue, which supported jobs and businesses all across the province.
Summer is well under way which means the summer events/festivals/concerts are in abundance. Niagara Falls and the surrounding Niagara area have some pretty amazing entertainment planned all summer long. Don't miss out, stay informed!
The Living water Wayside Chapel is the worlds smallest chapel. Located in Niagara Falls between the waterfalls and Niagara-on-the-lake.
We are already into the second week of July! Summer seems to by flying by. Don't miss any of the great events planned for the 2013 summer season in Niagara Falls. From the food festivals, concerts, winery events and fireworks there is just so much to see and do.
Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge could possibly become parents any day now.
If you will be staying with us during the month of July you will more than likely see Richard, our Guest Experience Manager in the lobby. Richard is ready to greet you with his contagious smile and answer any questions you might have.
Happy Canada Day! Summer is now in full swing. There is a lot of fun stuff to do when visiting Niagara Falls, especially during the summer. The best advice we can give you is to plan your itinerary ahead of time. Most of you visit Niagara Falls for 3 days.
Marriott Hotels are undergoing a sweeping upgrade to their services and technologies. Part of this upgrade includes you - our guest.
June is a very busy month in Niagara Falls. It is the start of the summer season which means the festivals, concerts and events are in full swing. As our guest, we want to make sure you have full knowledge of the events happening in and around Niagara Falls during your stay.
Having trouble getting the girls together? Here is the solution - the ultimate night out. Mix and match your favourites that include wine, music, and delicious food experiences.
The Friendship Festival is an annual event along the Niagara river that attracts Canadians and Americans to celebrate over 200 years of peace. Originally held alongside the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie at Mather Arch Park it has since moved to venues suited to the growing event.
Conveniently located within the hotel, the Cascade Gift Shop is a great place to buy souvenirs, snacks or that one item you mistakenly forgot at home.
We don't like to brag, we are the closest hotel to the Falls. Our guest rooms have the best views of the American, Bridal Veil and Canadian Horseshoe Falls, just don’t take our word for it.