edit The Oakes Hotel Overlooking the Falls
The Oakes Hotel overlooking the Falls is a sleek, modern, glass and steel boutique-style hotel perched on the crest of the Niagara Escarpment. Overlooking Horseshoe Falls, Niagara's largest and most beautiful, the hotel features 246 guest rooms and suites with the most spectacular views of the Falls being seen from their new 21 floor tower. They are owned and operated by Niagara Hospitality Hotels who also operates 2 other properties in the area, the Days Inn Niagara Falls and the Days Inn Niagara Falls Fallsview.
As the closest Niagara falls hotel, Oakes Hotel puts visitors right in the heart of the tourist district. Right next door to the hotel is the new Fallsview Casino Resort which has incredible gaming, a lavish 1,500 seat Las Vegas style theater that attracts some of today's biggest show biz headliners, a large shopping area and full convention facilities. Across the street from the property is the Incline Railway which is a link between the tourist area and the Table Rock Center, the heart of the Niagara Parks.
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The hotel offers several different types of rooms and suites; accommodations range from the budget-minded Courtyard Rooms which include all the hotel amenities but do not have a view of the Falls, all the way up to the Premier Fallsview Penthouse Sky Suites. These bi-level suites are exquisitely decorated with a loft style bedroom upstairs and a full parlor downstairs. They feature floor to ceiling windows with the absolute best view of the Falls. The Falls Side Rooms have a view of the crest of the falls, the upper Niagara River, the lush parklands and the world famous Niagara mist; the Guaranteed Fallsview Rooms provide a totally unobstructed view of the Falls, and the Premier Fallsview Suites offer separate bedrooms, parlor areas and floor to ceiling windows with views of the Falls. All rooms and suites at the hotel have clock radios, coffee makers, hairdryers and cable TV. Guests of the hotel have exclusive access to the Fallsview Observation Lounge, located on the 14th floor of the tower. It has 5 enclaves with comfortable couches and chairs where guests can sit and look out the floor to ceiling windows and enjoy the spectacular views of the Falls right outside.
Amenities at the hotel include: a heated pool, whirlpool and sauna, an exercise facility, an arcade, free wireless access in the lobby, 24 hour reception, a concierge desk and room service. Available dining choices for guests are an Applebee's Grill and Bar which is located on site, room service and a free shuttle service that will take them to the award winning Remington's of Niagara Steak and Seafood restaurant.
The Oakes Hotel offers some great package deals that can save guests both time and money. Niagara falls hotel packages are available for attractions, show tickets, dining and special occasions. By purchasing the hotel stay and the tickets or meals together as a package guests can find great deals available at unbeatable prices. You can check availability or make reservations online at Oakeshotel.com, call their toll free number or contact your travel agent for more information.
The Oakes Hotel Overlooking The Falls
- 6546 Fallsview Boulevard
- Niagara Falls, Ontario
- Canada, L2G 3W2
- Toll-Free: 1-877-843-6253
- Tel: 905-356-4514
- Fax: 905-358-0277
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