Hotel Charles Inn Niagara-on-the-Lake
Located on Niagara-on-the-Lake’s main street, the Charles Inn is within walking distance to dozens of specialty shops, art galleries, the Shaw Festival, and the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club. Plus cyclists and walkers can enjoy the nearby Niagara River Recreation Trail, a scenic path along the waterway.
Hotel The Prince Of Wales Niagara-on-the-Lake
Established in 1864, this hotel is one of Niagara on the Lake s most historic landmarks. Conveniently situated on the town s main street, close to theatres and shopping. Each elegant guest room retains the charm of their Victorian origins, with plush duvets and antiques.
Hotel The Pillar And Post Inn Niagara-on-the-Lake
The Pillar and Post was built in the late 1890s as a canning factory, and since has been lovingly transformed into a fine hotel. You can still see its original purpose in the clean lines of the brick walls and in the post-and-beam construction.
Offering a relaxed elegance, the hotel is highlighted with an abundance of fresh flowers, sunshine streaming in through skylights, and beautiful terra cotta tile floors. Each of the 122 rooms is individually decorated, and filled with comfortable furniture and fine linens, and most include a whirlpool bath, fireplace or both.
The Pillar and Post's 100 Fountain Spa creates a world of relaxation and serenity. Currently under renovation, the spa will reopen in March 2006 with a greater number of spacious treatment rooms, a wider range of spa services, and facilities that top all others in Ontario. Treatments will soothe body and soul, including hydrotherapy rain shower experiences, hot-stone massage, rejuvenating facials, and reflexology. The spa also has a heated saltwater pool and an indoor-outdoor hot spring, which will reopen in March 2006.
In the Cannery and Carriages dining rooms, a menu of classic favourites, composed from the freshest locally grown ingredients, are sure to delight you. For more informal dining, visit the Vintages Bar and Lounge, where you can design your own pizza and pasta and sample the award-winning wines of the Niagara Region.
Hotel Harbour House Niagara-on-the-Lake
Everyone and everything at Harbour House Hotel is dedicated to both your needs and your whims, making it the Hotel in Niagara on the Lake to experience. Your room or suite is designed to cradle you in luxury – king-sized pillow-top beds with 300 thread count linens and down duvet, fireplace, whirlpool bath, and a complete entertainment centre with flat screen television, and DVD and iPod Docking Stations.
Included in the tariff is our Breakfast in the Conservatory. In late afternoon, join us for a sampling from Niagara’s finest wineries, a piece of cheese and a bit of conversation. Wireless Internet access and parking are also included for all Guests.
Hotel Queens Landing Inn Niagara-on-the-Lake
This resort is a stately Georgian style mansion set on the brow of the hill on the banks of Lake Ontario overlooking the scenic Niagara River and Lake Ontario. Located just a short walk from the town s main street and the Shaw Festival Theatre. Guest rooms are elegant and individually decorated and feature cozy fireplaces and whirlpool baths.
Hotel Shaw Club Niagara-on-the-Lake
Located on Niagara on the Lake's main street and directly across from the Shaw Festival Theatre, this luxury hotel is ideally situated to explore the Niagara Region. Close by is the historic Fort George, the oldest golf course in Canada, numerous wineries, shops, and art galleries, plus a scenic path along the Niagara River.
Shaw Club’s well appointed guest rooms are individually accentuated with the latest technology and adorned with an original collection of photography done by local artists.
Your stay includes DVD library, parking, in town shuttle service, and internet access.