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Niagara on the Lake – Tourism and Vacation Information

Niagara-on-the-Lake is a Canadian town located South of Ontario. It has many attractions that include historic sites, theaters, a marina, and parks and farmlands.

Where to Stay

There are plenty of hotels, bed and breakfasts, and private vacation homes in the area. The hotels range in price from up to $99 to $250 plus. This is perfect for anyone’s budget. Some hotels include Days Inn St. Catharines, Niagara Residence, Holiday Inn and Suites Parkway Conference Centre and The Hilton Garden Inn. If you prefer something more intimate, then choosing a bed and breakfast is the right choice for you.

They also range in price from anywhere to $99 to $250 plus. Some bed and breakfast in the area include A Pillow and Toast, Wooton House on the Water, Tudor Vineyards and Almar House. If you want a very kid-friendly and family vacation, then renting a vacation home is right for you. They have many vacation homes to choose from so you can find the correct one for you and your family.

Attractions

There are many attractions to visit while visiting this area. They are great for couples only or for families to visit. You will want to make sure you check out Niagara Falls. You can cross the U.S. border and check out the Maid of the Mist boat ride, which gets close to the Falls. Or, you can visit the Fruit Shack Market and Bakery, Harvest Barn Country Market, or the Kurtz Orchards, Vineyards, and Gourmet Marketplace that are all located in Niagara-on-the-Lake area.

You may also want to visit The Ice House Winery, and, if you like to ride horses or want to try it, visiting The Niagara Riding Stables is a must.

Casino

If you like to take a chance at lady luck you will want to go to the Niagara Falls, Ontario area. In this area there are two casinos, The Fallsview Casino Resort which is located on Fallsview Boulevard and Casino Niagara located on Falls Avenue. The Fallsview Casino Resort has 374 guest rooms that overlook the Falls.

The hotel also includes a spa, shopping and multiple dining options. The casino is equipped with more than 100 gaming tables for those that want to take a turn with lady luck. It is a premiere destination for live performances. The Casino Niagara is equipped with 45 gaming tables and also features a comedy club for those that like a good laugh. It has four different venues to choose from for your dining.

Day Spas

If you just want a day of relaxation, then you can go to the Niagara Falls area where they have some of the best spas in the world. The Spa at Sterling located on Magdalen Street focuses on Cultural Therapies from around the world. The spa experience will rejuvenate and de-stress your mind and body. If you are looking for a European-inspired spa, you will want to check out Senses Spa and Boutique located on Lundy’s Lane.

They also specialize in treatments for couples and for men. Or, you could check out the Serenity Spa by the Falls at the Marriott Fallsview Hotel and Five Lakes Spa, both located on Fallsview Boulevard. Some spas in the Niagara-on-the-Lake area include 100 Fountain Spa where you can book any treatment they offer or purchase a pass for the whole day.

Sightseeing

You can’t visit the Falls without seeing some of the most amazing sights in the world. They offer multiple types of tours that are to your preference. Some tours include the Double Deck Tours, Magnificent Tours of Niagara, and Niagara Adventures. Taking one of the specified tours will ensure you that you will get an amazing experience and see things you never thought you would. In the Niagara-on-the-lake area, you can take a Zoom Leisure Bikes tour or a Whirlpool Jet Boat Tour that is an hour-long whitewater adventure that has some magnificent scenery and historic highlights.

If you are a more daring person, then visit the Lanternlit Ghost Walk of Niagara-on-the-Lake, which is a stroll back in history to hear tales of haunted pubs, inns, and homes. This is a spooky walk through the old town.

 
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