By Travelzoo Staff
Take in the vistas of Niagara's majestic Falls at one of the lowest prices we've seen all year for a Fallsview suite. This package for $129 (regularly $265) at the Embassy Suites Niagara Falls costs less than the price of a room alone and includes more than $100 worth of extras for Sunday-Thursday stays through January. Friday stays cost just $20 more per night.
Why we love it
- The two-room suites feature two queen beds and a separate living room with a sofa bed and dining area. The hotel is next to the popular Fallsview Casino and just a couple of minutes from the Falls.
- Autumn is an ideal time to visit Niagara Falls thanks to smaller crowds and crush season in the surrounding wine region. Later in the year, the town is illuminated by the Winter Festival of Lights, bringing festive cheer to one of Canada's best-loved destinations.
Embassy Suites Niagara Falls Hotel
6700 Fallsview Boulevard
Niagara Falls, L2G 3W6
What's included & when
- Oct 09, 2012 - Jan 31, 2013
- Suite getaway for 2 overlooking a natural wonder at the Embassy Suites Niagara Falls
- $129 per night in a Fallsview Suite, Sundays-Thursdays; Fridays are just $20 more
- $40 to spend at the Keg Steakhouse & Bar overlooking the Falls
- $20 to spend at Outback Steakhouse
- $50 credit for Dave & Busters
- Breakfast for each guest
- 2 drinks and snacks at the evening manager's reception
- Free shuttle service to/from the Falls and casinos
- Travel through January
- Buy multiple vouchers to extend your stay
- Tour award-winning wineries and breweries at more than 60% off with this Niagara-area local deal for $35
The fine print
With this deal, you don't have to decide yet when to go. Just purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then call the hotel directly at 1-888-688-0688 or select the link on the voucher to make a reservation online for your desired travel dates. Not available: Oct. 19, 26; Nov. 23; Dec. 21-31; Jan. 1-4. Reservations are subject to availability. Early booking is encouraged. See below for full terms and conditions.
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