Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls - Fallsview Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:31:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Learn to Speak Canadian for Your Trip to Niagara Falls Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:31:22 +0000 Canadian FlagWhen you’re traveling to a new country, it’s always wise to pick up a bit of the language of the locals. You want to be able to ask about transportation, and it’s helpful to understand key phrases related to buying and selling or ordering food. It is incredibly difficult to convey what you want when you’re speaking two completely different languages.

While Canadians and Americans have many things in common — they both live in North America, for example, or they both speak English — there are still some key differences that can impede communication. Be prepared before you head to the Great White North on your trip to Niagara by learning some key Canadian phrases.

Favourite, Colour, Honour, etc.

You may recognize some words. They look so familiar, you can almost read them, but something is throwing you off. There’s no need to become frustrated and confused — you just can’t get past the way Canadians add the letter u to certain words Americans don’t. The reasons for this unnecessary inclusion aren’t well understood, but many top researchers suggest Americans don’t have the time for such quaint frivolities.


If you come to Niagara during the winter looking for some excellent sledding opportunities, you might leave disappointed. Locals may be avid tobogganers, but sledding is an activity more common among their lower neighbors. Though the toboggan and the sled are the exact same vehicle used for the same purpose, the difference in vocabulary can make equipment rentals tedious.


Another common fall or winter accessory, the toque (or tuque, pronounced “took”) is the same as the American beanie or cap. While your ears are freezing off during a Canadian blizzard, it will be helpful to know what to ask the shopkeeper for to prevent your brain from freezing.


You’ve probably heard this Canadian expression without quite realizing its purpose in the language. An interjection like the American “huh” or “right?” eh works on many levels and in almost any context. Try inserting an “eh” into icebreakers when you’re simply confirming a fact, or else phrases when you’re trying to express surprise or outrage.


Woman asking directionsAfter a long day exploring Niagara Falls, you’d probably like nothing more than collapsing on the couch and taking a well-earned rest. However, Canadians don’t own couches or sofas, they own chesterfields. You could find yourself making a social scene in a furniture store if you use your American terminology.

Homo Milk

You’re walking around a grocery store or convenience market and you spy a term that really ruffles your feathers — but it shouldn’t. In Canada, they prefer to shorten the term “homogenized” when they refer to their milk. This beverage is the same as good old American whole milk and actually isn’t discriminatory at all.


While you’ve probably heard this term applied primarily to toons or crazies, Canadians prefer this word to describe their money. One dollar coins in particular are loonies, so if you hear the term bandied around when you’re trying to use good American money to buy souvenirs, know the shopkeeper isn’t trying to insult your intelligence.

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Planning the Ultimate Bachelorette Party in Niagara Tue, 02 Sep 2014 10:03:44 +0000 cpblog1112.jpegNiagara Falls is a beautiful destination for a wedding, and the area has long been heralded as the Honeymoon Capital of the World. But, have you ever thought of Niagara as one of the best locations for the parties celebrating the time before your wedded bliss?

If you’re a bride-to-be (or bridesmaid) looking for a city to host a bachelorette bash, look no further than Niagara Falls. With all the amenities and none of the stress, Niagara will provide everything you’re looking for without breaking the bank.

Luxury Hotels

When you are celebrating upcoming nuptials, you probably want to be doing it in style and comfort. You want pampering, you want options, and most of all you want a central location so you can get everything done.

The Crowne Plaza Hotel has all of this and more. There are plenty of rooms and suites that are scalable depending on the size of your bridal party, and the hotel can offer packages to nearby attractions to help you organize your weekend. If you’re looking for luxury as well as convenience, Niagara is the place for you.

World-Class Cuisine

At least for the weekend, you don’t want to be worrying about everyone’s pre-wedding diets — especially when there is such good fare to be had. Well within traveling distance are plenty of five-star dining experiences that can’t be missed. Here’s a short list of the best restaurants in the city so you can have a taste of what’s to come:

  • Rainbow Room by Massimo Capra. With fresh, local ingredients and wines selected from local vineyards, the Rainbow Room is a delicious and convenient option for bachelorettes with discerning taste.
  • Windows by Jamie Kennedy. World-renowned and popular chef Jaime Kennedy impeccably designed the menu at this award-winning restaurant, and while you’re dining you’ll have excellent panoramic views through the glass that gives the restaurant its name.
  • Hard Rock Cafe.Once you’ve had your fill of the high-class foods on offer around Niagara, stop by the Hard Rock Cafe for some light-hearted fun with your delicious and familiar meal.

Unique Activities

cpblog2112.jpegThere’s no better way to say it: Niagara Falls is one of the Natural Wonders of the World, meaning you won’t be able to see anything like it anywhere else on Earth. The falls are beautiful and awe-inspiring, and it’s possible to lose minutes or even whole hours just watching and listing to the powerful water move.

There are plenty of angles from which to view the falls; you can take a boat tour to get right underneath the water or take a walk behind them to see the water rushing past. If landscapes are more your style, so many area parks have stations created for the perfect views.

Also a great choice for fun: Wine tasting is quickly becoming one of the most fun and interactive of vacation activities, and Niagara’s established and fertile wine region is perfect for some winery tours. Learn about grapes, wine and the Niagara region as you journey from vineyard to vineyard sampling world-class wines. You can toast the bride-to-be with red or white and have memories to last as long as the marriage.

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Avoid the Hangover: Planning a Bachelor Party in Niagara Falls Sat, 30 Aug 2014 11:56:05 +0000 CPblog30.jpegBachelor parties are widely known for getting a little too wild. In too many situations, before the first night is through, members of the party get lost or hospitalized; the budget for the party is burned; and everyone is too tired, achy or terrified to have any sort of fun. However, these dangers don’t mean you should avoid having a bachelor party altogether.

Instead, plan your trip with your best friends carefully and smartly — by looking into the plethora of attractions available to you in Niagara Falls.

Miles of Golf

For those inclined to enjoy a morning or afternoon on the green, Niagara can provide a veritable sea of golf courses. Spend your time with your pals hitting a few balls down any of our gorgeous trails, and you won’t go home disappointed. The beautiful scenery of Niagara is utilized to create dozens of pristine and challenging courses, so instead of chugging your weekend away in a dingy dive bar, sip your drinks luxuriously while you hit a round outside with friends.

Acres of Excitement

If you are pulled in by the lure of gambling, don’t fret; Niagara has a top-rated casino full of all your favorite games. You can supplement your weekend budget with slots or tables — pick your poison — or throw around some small bills just for the fun. There are even frequent tournaments for any gamblers in your group feeling particularly confident!

Gallons of Brew

CPblog31.jpegThe taste of beer is becoming as popularly important as the delicate flavors of wine, and Niagara can provide all the craft-brewed goodness you are starting to look for in your frosty cold ones.

Local breweries are constantly scrabbling for the top spot in the region, and many of them are nationally ranked for their delicious concoctions. You can discover plenty of Niagara’s breweries by yourself, or if you and your group fancy a look behind the scenes — plus some free tasting and transportation — you might want to check out a brewery tour.

Hours of Thrills

While you spend your nights in complete luxury, you can fill your days with heart-pounding excitement provided by the falls and surrounding attractions. Extreme sports abound in Niagara Falls and the surrounding region, so if your party is full of adrenaline junkies, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Here are a handful of the more popular thrills available for your weekend away.

Snowboarding and skiing. If you are planning a trip during winter, you can’t miss out on the fantastic snow sports the Niagara region has to offer. Miles of trails for any skill level will keep you warm while Niagara is ice cold.

Skydiving. Jumping from a plane thousands of feet in the air is heart-pounding in any location, but it certainly helps when you’re jumping into some beautiful scenery. Grab your most adventurous pals to book a flight today.

White-water rafting. If you prefer the wetter sports, you can catch a ride on any of the rafts traversing the choppy Niagara River. Different-sized rafts provide different levels of stability on the rapids, so pick your boat carefully!

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5 Ways to View the Falls in Niagara Mon, 25 Aug 2014 18:54:41 +0000 cpblog7.jpegNiagara is almost as famous for the diverse ways that you can view the falls as it is for the falls themselves. Many people would like to get as close as possible to the power and thunder while others prefer to enjoy them from a picturesque distance. Still more would like to have a meal while looking over them or view them while lit up under the colorful glow of fireworks. There’s something for everyone.

By Helicopter

Perhaps the most expensive, yet intimate, way to view the falls is by helicopter. Not only are the views unlike that which can be seen any other way but it feels like it’s all for you. A helicopter ride inherently avoids the crowds and the clamor of most other ways to get a look at one of the seven natural wonders of the world. There are a variety of organizations that can take you, so feel free to shop around.

Hornblower Niagara Cruises

Hornblower Niagara is a boat tour that goes right up to the bottom of the falls so that passengers can come to truly appreciate the sound and the fury of the rushing water. It’s probably the most exciting way to view the falls. It may also be the best for coming to understand the grandeur and wonder of the place.

Journey Behind the Falls

The Journey Behind the Falls is generally less crowded than the Maid of the Mist and is a better option for the watercraft-averse or those with small children. One of the more interesting points is that this attraction is open year-round, except Christmas Day, regardless of weather. This gives an opportunity to experience the proximity of the falls with a more frigid beauty in the winter. Due to the wetness of the trip, like the Maid of the Mist, ponchos are provided to those that participate in this attraction.

Skylon Tower

Skylon Tower is a rather unique structure. 520 feet (160 meters) tall, it contains two restaurants, an observation deck and a convention venue on each of the four floors. On the ground floor is a video arcade. It’s truly a great view of the falls from the tower, whether from the observation deck or one of the restaurants and is probably the most comfortable way to experience the wonder.

Fireworks Over the Falls

cpblog8.jpegTo view the fireworks over the falls, you must be present on a Friday or Sunday night during one of the summer months. The falls are lit up nightly by colored lights, but the fireworks only go off on those two days a week during the peak of the tourist season. For more information on the fireworks schedule, check here.

So, no matter who you are or how you choose to view the falls there’s a way for you: up close and personal by boat or on foot; from a comfortable distance in a helicopter or tower; on top of a Ferris wheel or lit by colorful explosions. Perhaps the most important thing that you know is not how to view the falls but that you’ll be staying in comfort regardless of how you decide to view it.

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Why Niagara Falls Is the Perfect Place for Your Corporate Retreat Fri, 22 Aug 2014 10:53:20 +0000 CPblog20.jpegCompany-wide vacations are usually pretty tricky to plan. You need to make sure to choose a budget-friendly place with plenty of activities to excite a whole group of different types of people. You need to be sure that the location is full of team-building experiences that are engaging and interesting rather than awkward or boring.

If you want to organize a corporate retreat that’s effective and educational but still enjoyable, you should seriously consider organizing your retreat in Niagara Falls. With all the amenities to make your experience both fun and functional, Niagara is the idea location, and here’s why.

Affordable Rates and Convention Spaces

Company retreats can get costly, especially when you factor in renting out space for activities like seminars and speeches. However, Niagara has plenty of both outdoor and indoor spaces for you to host your events. If you want you experience to be more private, you can easily rent the meeting space at your hotel — and scale it to the size of your party.

The upside to this is the customer service and amenities you’ll receive from your hotel, like catering or decoration. Alternatively, if you dare to venture on the wild side, see if other attractions around Niagara are available to rent for groups. The Butterfly Conservatory can be reserved for special parties if your employees appreciate beautiful tropical flora and fauna.

Team Building Experiences

One of the most important aspects of corporate retreats is the growing together as a group. You want your employees to get to know one another and learn to work with each other, not just alongside each other. Niagara is full of attractions that will help your team become closer.

For simple activities, try taking a group hike on one of the popular trails through Niagara’s parks; the Bruce Trail is a popular choice for its scenic views and varying levels of difficulty. For something a little more challenging, invite your employees to come see the falls up close with either a ride on the Maid of the Mist or the Journey Behind the Falls. These activities test their courage and curiosity while creating memorable shared experiences.

Wealth of Outside Activities

CPblog21.jpegWhen your employees go on vacation for work, they are probably going to set aside some time to relax and explore outside of the planned group events. Niagara is a hub of culture, and there are plenty of places and activities worth seeing and doing, even if they don’t have an important business lesson to accompany them.

The Greg Frewin Theatre offers a fantastic magic show from one of the foremost magicians in the world, and the Daredevil Hall of Fame offers unbelievable stories of when foolhardy bravery happened at the falls. It is possible to spin these activities into corporate events, and you may find value in taking your employees to them as a group, but know that you shouldn’t force your employees to stay with the company during the whole of their stay. Niagara is a wonderful place for a corporate retreat, but it’s also an amazing place to take a regular old invigorating vacation.

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Outdoor Activities in Niagara Mon, 18 Aug 2014 18:46:37 +0000 cpblog5.jpegThe city of Niagara Falls, Ontario is placed immediately next to one of the great natural wonders of the world — and not by chance. This has brought nature enthusiasts to the city since its foundation. However, many nature lovers would enjoy further ways to experience the outdoors than seeing the waterfall itself. This is easy to remedy as the nature of the place is frankly all around. Perhaps the best part is that you can get an experience in nature and go home to one of the luxurious Canadian hotels near the falls for the night.


There are 15 kilometers of footpaths through six different nature areas within the city of Niagara Falls, the guide to which is accessible here. Further, there is the 56-kilometer paved Niagara River Recreation Trail that passes by the Laura Secord Homestead, Olde Fort Erie, MacKenzie Printery and Chippawa Battlefield Park. Devil’s Hole Rapids and Giant Rock and Whirpool Rapids adventure hike provide moderate to strenuous hikes that will take from three to five hours for more experienced hikers. Both of these hikes have age minimums of 8 years old in place.

War of 1812 Battle Site

There are a few War of 1812 battle sites within close proximity of Niagara Falls. The Battle of Chippawa was on July 5, 1814 and between British and American forces. The battle led to an American victory that would eventually lead to the battle of Lundy Lane. However, both of these battles would pale in comparison to the battle at Old Fort Erie which was the bloodiest battle ever fought on Canadian soil: the Siege of Fort Erie. The besieged Americans, having taken and expanded the fort a year earlier, would successfully defend the fort against the British by inflicting approximately equal casualties and wounded while capturing 508 more men than the Brits. The British would lift the siege and retire shortly thereafter but the Americans abandoned and demolished the fort after learning of the British attack on Washington D.C.


There are a grand total of at least 15 courses within a 20-mile radius of Niagara Falls, three of which are on the American side. One of the most scenic courses is Oak Hall Golf Club. Like the rest of the courses in the area, it features dense forests, crisp greens and an incredible view of Niagara Falls from the seventh green. Other courses in the area provide a variety of pricing and difficulty that will challenge any golfer.

Niagara Botanical Gardens

cpblog6.jpegThe Niagara Botanical Gardens and Horticultural School sit on a plot of land 99 acres in size. Within its limits is the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory which is a self-sustaining tropical greenhouse that houses more than 2,000 butterflies of 60 species. It is run by the Niagara parks commission and located about 5.6 miles north of the Falls. The botanical gardens promise a fulfilling outdoors experience due to its size, its close proximity to the other attractions of the city for those who want to experience nature and its fine dining within a short time.

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The Fantastic Flora of Niagara Falls Fri, 15 Aug 2014 18:51:33 +0000 CPblog10.jpegFor budding botanists, a trip anywhere means new discoveries and excitement. Though to the untrained eye a tree is a tree and a bush is a bush, those even just slightly more educated about plants and the environment can identify the myriad unique species in a region and find joy in their existence.

Niagara is one of the most fertile regions in North America — and thus it is a botanist’s dream. Niagara claims some of the most diverse forest land in all of Canada, with more than 40 percent of rare plants taking root in the region. Explore some of the plants you’ll see on your trip so you can start your adventure into botany as soon as you step foot on the clay Niagara soils.

Terrific Trees

The lush forests around the Niagara region are a continuation of the Carolinian Forest, which has plants similar to those you might spy further south of the Great Lakes. Some of the more identifiable and unique of these include:

  • Sassafras
  • Flowering dogwood
  • Red mulberry
  • Black walnut
  • Sycamore
  • Hop-hornbeam
  • Tulip tree

In fact, there are over 70 unique species of trees in Niagara Falls and the surrounding areas. Since the last ice age, spruce trees have been particularly dominant, so when you venture out of your luxurious hotel in the city, you’ll definitely see some of these. Other common trees include evergreen pines and cedars, and you’ll recognize the deciduous trees oak, maple and beech as well.

Fabulous Flowers

CPblog11.jpegThe flowers native to Niagara Falls are, if you can believe it, more varied than the tree species. Literally countless varieties of wildflowers pop up from the fertile soil in the spring and summer, coating the hills and valleys in bright and cheery colors. Most of the flowers that are naturally occurring in the forest appear late spring well after the last snowfall and die out toward the middle of the summer when temperatures are reaching their maximums, so if you’re hoping to catch a glimpse of Niagara in bloom, plan your trip accordingly.

Many of the trees themselves produce gorgeous and unique flowers worth investigating. The tulip tree, though failing to sprout actual tulips, has one-of-a-kind yellow and white buds that look like starbursts. The small white flowers that adorn the flowering dogwood are also particularly impressive in the spring, as are the hundreds of pink buds on the eastern redbud, or “Judas tree.”

Additionally, if you exhaust your explorations of the regions flora in the parks and forests around Niagara Falls, the park system has built an astounding Floral Showhouse full of fantastic tropical flowers, like delicate orchids. You can wander around the Showhouse for a taste of the tropics, or if you come during summer, you can experience the exquisitely tended gardens in the surrounding park. You’ll get the chance to see huge roses, fields of daffodils and organized beds full of chrysanthemums, violas, mayflowers and thousands upon thousands of wildflowers.

Plenty of guidebooks will be able to give interested travelers a more in-depth explanation of the native and introduced flora of the Niagara region. If you’re interested in taking a walk through lush land, Niagara is one of the most desirable locations in the hemisphere.

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Get Out and Smell the Roses at Fabulous Niagara Falls Parks Thu, 07 Aug 2014 09:30:42 +0000 cpblog3.jpegEstablished in 1885, Niagara Falls State Park is America’s oldest state park. But it’s far from the only outdoor space visitors and locals alike can enjoy on either side of the border. Niagara Falls and the surrounding villages offer a variety of lush, beautiful parks where you can get some fresh air away from the hustle and bustle of the falls themselves.

When you book a hotel room in Niagara Falls, you’ll be a stone’s throw away from Queen Victoria Park, the beating heart of the Niagara Park system. Don’t miss the Centennial Lilac Garden, Dufferin Islands or the Niagara River Recreation Trail. At Queenston Heights Park you can find the terminus of the Bruce Trail, which passes over the Niagara Escarpment.

Queen Victoria Park

With the Niagara Gorge on one side and the Fallsview moraine on the other, Queen Victoria Park is a long, thin strip of carefully cultivated gardens in the center of it all. Here you can see unique flowers and plants from the Niagara region as well as around the world. Don’t miss the gardens in springtime, when half a million daffodils greet visitors cheerfully. No matter what time of the year you visit, you’ll find delightful hanging baskets, a hybrid tea rose garden and attractive displays of fuchsia, cannas, lantana, coleus and more. Even in the winter, the frozen mist of the falls clings to the trees and shrubs, for a stunning show of nature’s majesty.

Centennial Lilac Garden

If you’re visiting the Floral Clock, you’ll find the lilac garden waiting invitingly on its north side. The Centennial Lilac Garden, which was established in 1967 to honor Canada’s centennial, features more than 1,200 individual plants of more than 200 varieties. Visit the garden in May or early June to get the full experience of fragrance and color.

Dufferin Islands

Dufferin Islands is an excellent location if you’re looking to take a relaxing afternoon picnic. This 10-acre park consists of several islands connected by quaint footbridges and paths. Catch and release fishing is allowed here. During the winter, animated light displays liven up this free park.

Niagara River Recreation Trail

This 35-mile, paved path on the Canadian side of the Niagara River brings you to some of the world’s most scenic countryside between Fort Erie and Niagara-on-the-Lake. The trail is divided into four segments, each of which takes one to two hours to talk at a comfortable pace. More than 100 plaques and monuments relate the extensive history of the trail, which was strategically important to British troops during the War of 1812.

Queenston Heights Park

cpblog4.jpegIn nearby Queenston Heights at the top of the Niagara Escarpment, you’ll find Queenston Heights Park. Generations of nature lovers and hikers have enjoyed this historic outdoor space. Queenston Heights Park is also a terminus of the Bruce Trail, a 550-mile hiking trail that follows the edge of the Niagara Escarpment.

If you love the great outdoors, the countryside around Niagara Falls is some of the world’s most beautiful. You won’t regret taking the time to unwind in the area’s beautiful cultivated gardens and parks, or on the Niagara River Recreation Trail.

Queen Victoria Park image by Dirk Ingo Franke at Wikimedia Commons.

Decew Falls image by Suvit Sivanand at Wikimedia Commons.

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Museums and Arts In Niagara Wed, 30 Jul 2014 18:27:55 +0000 Niagara is as historically and culturally rich a place as you could hope to find in Canada, you only need to know where to look. There are a plethora of small museums and art galleries to satisfy any amateur historian or art appreciator. However, not all things are created equal, so I’ve decided to list a few of the best for your next trip to Niagara.

Daredevils of Niagara Falls Museum

cpblog1.jpegThis display houses memorabilia from daredevils who have plunged over the falls. The first person to do so was Annie Edson Taylor. She was a former schoolteacher and dance instructor who, in 1901, made the journey over the falls in a custom barrel that was airtight and constructed from wood reinforced with iron bands and housing a mattress. Previous to the plunge the barrel was pumped up to 30 psi using a bicycle pump. Of the incident she said, “If it was with my dying breath, I would caution anyone against attempting the feat… I would sooner walk up to the mouth of a cannon, knowing it was going to blow me to pieces than make another trip over the fall.” Many others have done so since, some successfully but others weren’t so lucky.

Another interesting story is that of Bobby Leach pictured here. He went over the falls in a steel barrel and broke his jaw and both kneecaps in the fall. Years later while touring in New Zealand he slipped on an orange peel and died of complications from gangrene.

Old Fort Erie & Fort George

cpblog2.jpegAmateur war historians will naturally be drawn to these two sites which were prominent during the War of 1812. Old Fort Erie was the site of the bloodiest battle ever fought on Canadian soil. It took place between British and American forces from 13 July 1814 to 5 November 1814 when American forces mined and demolished the fort before retiring.

Fort George was a British stronghold in Canada that was the site of the Battle of Fort George in May 1813 when American forces captured the fort. The Americans used the fort as a base of operations to invade Upper Canada but were repelled at the Battles of Stoney Creek and Beaver dams. The site was also used as a training base during World Wars I and II

Rodman Hall Art Center

Rodman Hall is affiliated with Brock University and while in the city of St. Catharine’s, serving the greater Niagara Falls region. Rodman Hall maintains a collection of over 850 works of art including paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings. The primary focus is contemporary Canadian art but there are also pieces by American and European artists from the 19th and 20th century. Several outdoor sculptures are on display in Walker Botanical Gardens, which is adjacent to the historic house of Rodman Hall.

You’re planning to visit Niagara Falls, no doubt, for the natural wonder of the falls, so you must be one to appreciate beauty and culture in other ways as well. Stop by some of these locations near the falls to fill up on culture during your vacation.

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Attractions to Visit When You Stay With Us At The Crowne Plaza Mon, 28 Jul 2014 19:11:29 +0000 DSCF5172Staying at the Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls Fallsview Hotel means you can have the comfort of feeling at home while being close to the action of Niagara Falls. Visit these top attractions when you stay with us and you won’t have to go very far to have some fun!

Falls Avenue Resort: This massive resort spans more than 20 acres and has everything you could ever need for an amazing vacation. Find attractions for all ages at the resort and dining options that will leave everyone satisfied. Located on Clifton Hill and a close walk from the hotel is the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Adventure City and Casino Niagara for the adults.

Fallsview Indoor Waterpark: If you plan on visiting Niagara Falls then you must check out one of the largest indoor waterparks in North America. The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is three acres of family fun that includes 16 slides, outdoor and indoor pool areas, a wave pool and the famous tipping bucket. The park was also recently ranked the best Amusement Park & Water Park in Canada by TripAdvisor for the second year in a row!

Casino Niagara: A great spot for the adults on the trip to test their luck, Casino Niagara has all the entertainment you can imagine. The casino is filled with slot machines, tables games, electronic games and many more gaming options. Choose to have dinner at the casino and you won’t have to go very far for a satisfying meal. Don’t let the fun stop there with entertainment such as Yuk Yuk’s and Free Live Music found right inside!

Niagara Parks: Niagara Parks has created many attractions that allow you to see the natural beauty of the Niagara Falls area. Choose from adventurous attractions to more relaxing options with Niagara Parks. Get up close to the Falls on Hornblower Niagara Cruises or take a hike through the Niagara Glen.

Staying at the Crowne Plaza gives you and your family tons of options to explore the city located right at its doorstep. With dining options found in the hotel and many attractions nearby, staying with us means you won’t have to go far to enjoy the city.

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