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|Check in anytime after 15:00, check out anytime before 11:00|
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Awarded AAA Four Diamond certification and recognized as one of the very finest hotels in Ontario, you will be heading away on a luxurious vacation. Built and existing as a hotel since 1864, the historic aura of the building can be felt as soon as you walk through the lobby. Notable figures of society have regularly visited the accommodation, with none other than Queen Elizabeth II staying back in 1973.
Make the most of your trip to the iconic hotel and book a Suite. Boasting a lavish king size bed and jet powered bathtub, you’ll have a range of places to unwind and refresh. The gorgeous fireplace in the living area delivers a traditional feel, with a dining table and sofa couch to enjoy as well. With approximately 550 sq ft of space, you’ll feel like a star as you sprawl out across the rooms. Suites are available for roughly C$ 389 (approximately $292) per night.
Spend a night at Churchill Lounge and you’ll be treated to delicious pub food in a sophisticated and relaxed setting. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves traditional favorites such as Scotch eggs and Quebecer poutine. Offering a gorgeous dining hall that overlooks an active corner of the city, there is no better place to savor a meal. Live music is performed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, creating a warm and social vibe.
There is something for all fans of yoga, with hatha, candlelight and detox flow style classes offered at the hotel. You can also try out a PiYo session, which consists of a range of exercises that use your body weight to develop muscular strength and flexibility.
Professional sommeliers host informative wine seminars where you can learn not only which varieties you prefer, but also the process of production from the vineyard. Cooking demonstrations offer a fantastic opportunity to pick up a new skill, while oyster tasting sessions are a hit with seafood lovers. Health and wellness seminars are also presented.
The hotel welcomes dogs in dedicated guestrooms, however other animals are not allowed. Well-behaved dogs are allowed to be left unattended in rooms, however if they cause a disturbance you will be requested to remain with them. A maximum of two dogs with weights of no more than 30 lb are allowed per room, with a fee of roughly C$ 35 (approximately $27) per night.
With Niagara Falls International Airport located on the United States side of the river, traveling from the airport includes crossing the border. This makes taxis an expensive option, with a rental car your best bet. Plenty of rental agencies have counters located within the airport including Alamo, Hertz and Enterprise.(Prices checked 13/06/19).
Prince of Wales is located at 6 Picton Street, 0,5 km from the centre of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Niagara Apothecary Museum is the closest landmark to Prince of Wales.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Prince of Wales.
Yes, Prince of Wales offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Prince of Wales offers free parking.
Prince of Wales is 19,1 km from Niagara Falls. Prince of Wales is 44,5 km from Buffalo.
Yes, Prince of Wales has a pool on-site.
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