|"Gorgeous dining room and fantastic meals."||(in 14 reviews)|
|"We loved the friendly staff."||(in 109 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff, nice rooms, excellent location."||(in 99 reviews)|
|"I didn't like paying for parking."||(in 40 reviews)|
|"No kettle or coffee maker."||(in 33 reviews)|
|"No Fridge in the room."||(in 16 reviews)|
no place to hang towels. no place to put clothes, only one small drawer for two people
paper thin walls
We had to listen to the obnoxious neighbors talking all night because th walls are paper thin. The rear side of the hotel is a large ugly lot with access to a very unimpressive side of the building. When we first arrived, I was not impressed until we fit to the front desk. Lobby is very nice abs restaurant is FABTASTIC but make a reservation.
Common areas were beautiful (ie. lobby, restaurant). Location is about a 15-20 minute walk to the falls, and is close to quote a few restaurants.
Rooms were a bit outdated, but comfortable. Hallway near elevator and pool was very humid.
TV was not working and.a service man could not fix
Window did not open in room. Everyone ignored the fact that the TV was broken. I've machine not working. Cleaning staff was over zealous about getting a tip. Overall would not recommend the hotel. Overpriced for what it was and service very below average
clean and comfort room and washroom
no breakfast included within price
We loved this hotel and the staff. Price was appropriate for the dates we stayed. The location is fantastic, within walking distance to many locations, and short drive to the wineries. Clean, comfortable rooms with a unique combination of rustic history with modern amenities. The bar was good and the courtyard entertainment was a nice bonus. I will agree the restaurant is overpriced and seems like it is laking an identity. But overall a hidden gem in the Niagara Falls area.
Cool historic place
This hotel was really cool. If you like a place with a bit of history go here! We stayed in a king suite and it was really nice. Very clean and modern, not what we expected after viewing this rustic, heritage hotel. Location is great also.
For the price we paid It would have been nice if there was at least a continental breakfast included.
Paper thin walls and deceptive advertising
The hotel had a unique feel to it that gave it beauty. The rooms were not your generic, cookie cutter hotel rooms and neither were the grounds.
We could hear our neighbors next door fairly clearly, and they were not being rude or speaking too loudly. The restaurant was overpriced for the quality and the advertising of the restaurant (for instance the ad in the elevator for the main restaurant showing Small Plates available when they are only available in the Lounge). Kayak lists them as having room service and we were told this was not true, but if they were "not busy" they could run us up a plate if we asked - from the overpriced restaurant menu only. The "lounge" and "bar" are neither - they serve alcohol and have a few chairs set around coffee tables where you can sit in the "lounge." The wifi is advertised as high speed, but it is far from it. We were lucky when we had signal, so I'm glad that it was free. And if hearing the neighbors wasn't enough, we looked out onto a night club whose music was clearly heard through closed windows while the TV was on. Although they do offer TV, most of the channels were fuzzy despite perfect weather. We chose to leave early as this was not the relaxing anniversary weekend we had planned.
The rooms were clean and comfortable. The restaurant was extraordinary for potatoe and leek soup, scallop salad and crab salad. Next time we'll check the supper service as well. I phoned the night before we left to say we'd be leaving the side door at 0700 and the desk did not mention that a singnature would be required. However, in the am the desk person came to our suite for me to sign-thank you.
The hot tub was not very warm, the water was low, and 2 pieces of clothing were left lying around. Towels piled up on the top of the laundry bag. Computer was not working.
The rooms were very confortable and surprisingly high end considering the price.
Only one of my rooms was reserved whereas I had booked 2 on line. This was easily rectified but still concerning. The receptionist who checked us in was helpful and courteous but seemed mournful and unhappy in his work.
Manager was extremely helpful, good location and enough for one night at Niagara. It was just a stoppover for me but would appeal to quite a few of the above categories for stoppovers in Niagara. Different from the usual tourist hotels
Historic setting, nice rooms, good food, freindly staff.
billing error at checkout needed help from ip to resolve
we really enjoyed going out to the falls all day then coming back to have a nice swim and hot tub it was very relaxing
rooms and bathrooms very good
reception and dining room very dark, drab
Love the ambiance, it was quiet, friendly and close to everything.
Would like to have had breakfast there.
It was nice and quiet the staff at front desk was helpful.
The room had a slightly musty odor and when we left for breakfast and came back at 10:45 am the maid service had already started cleaning the room for the nexty guests and we hadn't even checked out yet. I was glad we didn't leave our belongongs in the room until we returned.
Staff gave me a suit jacket to borrow for my Dad for my sisters wedding as he had forgotten his at home in Barrie. That was exceptional service!
Featuring an indoor pool, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel is located in Niagara Falls City and is a brief stroll from Skylon Tower and Niagara Falls. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to discover the area's attractions.
There are a range of amenities available to those staying at the hotel, including a currency exchange, a 24-hour reception and meeting facilities. Additionally, the multilingual staff are on hand to provide local information.
All the historic rooms at Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel include wireless internet access, plus all the necessities for an enjoyable stay.
The hotel's on-site eatery offers an ideal option for guests preferring to dine in. In the evening, guests are able to wind down in the comfortable lounge bar. A wide choice of eating options are also found in the surrounding area.
Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel is within a 20-minute car trip of St. Catharines/Niagara District Airport and Niagara River. Horseshoe Falls and Fallsview Casino Resort are a short walk away.
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Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel is located at 6080 Fallsview Boulevard in Fallsview, 0.4 km from the centre of Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls Tower is the closest landmark to Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel.
Yes, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel is 11.3 km from Niagara Falls. Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel is 32.8 km from Buffalo.
Yes, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel has a pool on-site.