- Pool in main lobby can make some lower-level rooms noisy
- No fitness center
- Many rooms look out to the atrium rather than outdoors
Airy and open mid-range hotel
The main entrance is bright and well-lit, with plenty of windows and high ceilings. Guests walk into a spacious atrium lobby, where the front desk, several sofas, and a public computer and printer are located. Steps lead up to the breakfast area and a free all-day coffee station. The indoor pool and hot tub are also in this large central atrium, separated by a low wall. A glass elevator takes guests up to the rooms, many of which open out onto the main atrium.
Very close to nearby tourist attractions
Clifton Victoria Inn is located in Niagara Fall’s busy Clifton Hill tourist district, just across the street from Fallsview Waterpark and the Niagara Skywheel. It's near a variety of other tourist attractions, museums, and activities as well. The area is busy but safe, with many hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, and stores within walking distance. It's a five-minute walk to Niagara Parkway, with views of the falls, and around a 20-minute walk to the Niagara Falls State Park and Visitor's Center across the river. It's around a 10-minute drive to the Niagara Falls Golf Club, and there are multiple wineries within driving distance.
Simple, clean rooms and suites
Rooms at the Clifton Victoria Inn are simple but clean, with basic amenities including coffeemakers and free in-room Wi-Fi. Details such as striped wallpaper, floral print curtains, and two-poster headboards add a quaint (some would say old-fashioned) feel. Traditional Queen Rooms contain two beds and the rooms are fairly spacious. Families or groups looking for more space should consider a Two Bedroom Family Suite with a mini-fridge, and couples may appreciate the Jacuzzi Suite with a large whirlpool and king bed. Most rooms face out onto the indoor atrium with the breakfast area and pool and don't have outdoor views. Many of the lower rooms have balconies with open seating areas that look out on the atrium. Wi-Fi is free, as are some in-room movies (others are pay-per-view).
Smaller property with several helpful amenities
The hotel lacks some features found at competing hotels, such as a fitness room. However, unlike may hotels in the area, parking here is free, as are Wi-Fi and breakfast. The large central lobby and atrium include both the dining area and the pool and whirlpool; there is a dividing wall between the areas to allow a bit more privacy. Although there isn't a business center, a public computer and printer are available by the front desk.
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