The Best Hotels with Pools to Book in Niagara Falls

Ontario is naturally the place to go for water – enjoy even more of it at a Niagara Falls hotel with a pool
Ontario is naturally the place to go for water – enjoy even more of it at a Niagara Falls hotel with a pool | © imageBROKER / Alamy Stock Photo
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16 December 2021
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Home to arguably the most famous waterfalls in the world, Niagara Falls, Ontario, welcomes a procession of soggy tourists all year. Sitting on the Niagara River’s western shore, the city overlooks the Horseshoe Falls, the cascades’ most expansive section, meaning that whether you are on a boat, in a helicopter or on dry land, views of one of North America’s greatest natural sights are guaranteed. In keeping with the aquatic theme, here are the top hotels with pools in Niagara Falls – bookable on Culture Trip.

Niagara Falls Marriott on the Falls, for keeping fit

The namesake waterfalls of Niagara Falls Marriott stand beyond the hotel building
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This Marriott outpost is so close to Niagara Falls that you can feel the spray on your face, and has facilities that will keep you in shape around the clock. In the 24-hour fitness center you’ll find cardiovascular machines, free weights and other gym equipment. If the cascading waters outside put you in the mood for a dip, head to the indoor heated pool.

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Niagara Falls, ON, for easy Falls access

Two large beds in a Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Niagara Falls, ON room
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Of all the hotels with pools in Niagara Falls, the Country Inn makes the best base for exploring the city’s sights. Situated in the Clifton Hill tourist district, a short stroll from North America’s most powerful waterfall, you can book a boat tour of the Falls or hover above them in a helicopter. The hotel also offers easy access to other popular attractions, including Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Casino Niagara and the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens.

Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel, for hot-tub chilling

Indoor pool area at Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel, with two handrails and steps
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Like a lagoon in the middle of a rainforest, the eye-catching indoor heated pool at the Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel sits among lush tropical trees in a sun-bathed courtyard. Sink into one of the two huge hot tubs right next to the pool; the adjacent paved area with small umbrella-covered tables is a lovely place to while away time with a cup of coffee.

Courtyard by Marriott Niagara Falls, for homey comforts

The exterior of Courtyard by Marriott Niagara Falls, with cars parked outside
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Though it doesn’t hold a candle to the epic waterworks outside, the Courtyard has its own waterfall – a pretty mosaic water feature in the middle of its indoor pool. For a satisfying meal, swing by the Keg Steakhouse + Bar and tuck into steak and fresh seafood before working it off at the 24-hour fitness center. End the day by sinking into plush bedding while catching a movie on the flat-screen TV.

DoubleTree Fallsview Resort & Spa by Hilton Niagara Falls, for relaxing spa treatments

A double bed and soft chair in a DoubleTree Fallsview Resort & Spa by Hilton Niagara Falls room; bathroom also visible
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It’s almost too easy to relax in the soothing surroundings of the DoubleTree Fallsview Resort & Spa. With a cedar sauna, fitness center, hot tub, two indoor saltwater pools and a spa, this is a place made for pampering. The on-site restaurant, Buchanans, is a blend of modern steakhouse and chic lounge, serving hand-cut steaks, local brews and VQA wines.

Vittoria Hotel & Suites, for epic views

Lobby at Vittoria Hotel and Suites, with curved, soft seating and a wall-mounted TV
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Riverside rooms with views of the majestic Falls make Vittoria Hotel & Suites one of the most popular hotels with a pool in Niagara Falls. The contemporary accommodation has been decorated using fabrics and materials inspired by the cascading water outside. After a long day exploring the real thing, ease into the heated indoor pool or hot tub.

Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls, for family days at the waterpark

An animal mascot statue greets visitors at the entrance of Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls
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Comfortable though the rooms may be, let’s face it – they’re not why you’re here. The USP of Great Wolf Lodge is its gargantuan indoor waterpark, with attractions including the four-story water fort treehouse, Fort Mackenzie; the Canada Vortex, with its 40ft (12m) drop into a water-jet-fueled vortex; and the Wooly Mammoth, a family raft ride down a tube.

Holiday Inn Express Niagara-On-The-Lake, an IHG Hotel, for minimalist cool

Exterior of Holiday Inn Express Niagara-On-The-Lake, lit up; two adjoining parking spaces reserved for disabled people
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The Holiday Inn Express is all about clean lines and uncluttered spaces – and that includes its swimming area. Minimalist but stylish, the pastel-hued indoor pool is flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows, so you’ll have some lovely views while doing the backstroke. If you need to sneak off to catch up on work, there’s a large desk in your room with an ergonomic chair, plus a Keurig coffeemaker to keep you sharp.

White Oaks Resort & Spa, for the huge spa and more

Suite at the White Oaks Resort and Spa in browns and beiges with sofas and floor to ceiling windows
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White Oaks has one of the largest spa facilities in Ontario, with 19 treatment rooms including a luxurious couples suite, all located on 13 acres (5ha) of land in the heart of wine country. A favorite among dignitaries and celebrities, this five-star resort has three restaurants and a multi-story fitness club that comes with a pool so mammoth, it looks like it could host the Olympics.

If you’re looking for plush hotels in Buffalo, check out our guide to the best hotels in Buffalo for every traveler. For alternative accommodation types, read our rundown of the best budget-friendly hotels in Niagara Falls, bookable with Culture Trip.

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