Located directly on the border between the USA and Canada, Niagara Falls is one of the world’s most famous waterfalls – not because of its height, but due to the sheer volume of water that cascades over the rock. Over 168,000 cubic meters (44 million gallons) of water pass through every minute. It’s no wonder millions of visitors flock here each year to witness the thundering waterfall – either from land or by boat. Looking for somewhere to stay? These are the best hotels in the Niagara Falls region, including some luxury options, bookable now with Culture Trip.
This English Tudor-style bed and breakfast has been welcoming travelers since 1923. Each of the 37 rooms at the Red Coach Inn is named after a different English town and is individually decorated with antique furnishings of wrought-iron headboards, four-poster beds dressed in lacy white canopies, and floral wallpaper with matching curtains. The hotel overlooks the Upper Rapids in Niagara Falls, New York, so you will be within walking distance from the falls on the American side.
As the name suggests, Marriott Niagara Falls Fallsview Hotel & Spa overlooks Niagara Falls. This five-star luxury hotel has 432 guest rooms on offer, which range from presidential suites with whirlpool tubs and crackling fireplaces to two-story loft suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. On the menu at their on-site spa are rejuvenating body wraps and scrubs, as well as specialized beauty treatments for those aged 13 and under.
Set in an 1832 manor house, the Charles Hotel on Niagara-on-the-Lake’s main thoroughfare of Queen Street welcomes guests with 12 distinct rooms. Each is boldly decorated with distinct focal elements – Renoir replicas, dark wood four-poster beds and separate soaking tubs. Furnished with an original crystal chandelier, their on-site restaurant, HobNob, offers fine dining with an extensive selection of more than 50 wines.
Vivian Chung contributed additional reporting to this article.