Planning a Niagara Falls
, New York honeymoon? Inexpensive hotels for couples are more plentiful on the New York side of Niagara Falls than on the Canadian side. But competition hasn't yielded great hotels.
Niagara Falls hotels on the New York side are not known for quality, service, or luxury. Many are old and not all are well kept. Niagara Falls, New York is a heavily touristed, tacky place. If you have your heart set on visiting Niagara Falls and cannot cross into Canada, ask about special packages, prices, and rooms for honeymooners to save even more when you book one of these hotels in Niagara Falls, New York.
If you don't mind staying in a casino-hotel on the New York side of Niagara Falls, the Seneca Niagara Spa Hotel & Casino, which opened in 2002, may be your best bet (no pun intended). Rooms are comparatively large and you're not likely to be inundated with hordes of families traveling to Niagara Falls with kids. This New York hotel boasts a spa, gym, and swimming pool in addition to the gaming facility.
Different from the cookie-cutter, downscale hotels that blight much of Niagara Falls, New York, the Red Coach Inn was modeled after the Old Bell Inn in Finedon, England. Run as a bed and (Continental) breakfast, the historic (established 1923) Red Coach Inn overlooks the Upper Rapids and is steps away from the Falls.
One of the nicer hotels on the New York side of Niagara Falls, the Crown Plaza stands in the middle of the busy tourist area and is across the street from the Seneca Niagara Casino.
As one of the Hampton Inns
, this Niagara Falls, New York outpost offers free in-room movie channel, free local calls, free breakfast bar, and free coffee and tea in the lobby. If you have Hilton HHHonors points, you can use them here.
One of the major chain hotels on the New York side of Niagara Falls, the Holiday Inn is within walking distance of the Falls and close to the casino.
Closest hotel to Niagara Falls on the New York side, but notable for its dreary motel decor.
King-size beds, Jacuzzi suites, and indoor pool. But the name of the hotel may be an overstatement.
Bottom line: Want to stay in a better hotel on your visit to Niagara Falls? Cross the border and bunk in Niagara Falls, Canada.