The largest resort property in Niagara, this 22-storey hotel commands stunning views over the Falls and boasts an extensive range of facilities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness centre, spa, a number of lobby-level gift shops and even its own Starbucks.
The hotel also boasts direct indoor access via the Falls Avenue walkway to Casino Niagara, the slides, chutes and aquatic thrills of the Falls Indoor Waterpark and Iwerks 4D Theatre, as well as other Niagara attractions.
Windows by Jamie Kennedy, The Rainbow Room and Fallsview Restaurant all enjoy excellent reputations for mouth-watering cuisine, with a number of recognised chains including Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood and the Rainforest Café also available either in the lobby or via the internal walkway.
Non-smoking throughout, the 669 rooms and suites are classically decorated and many offer stunning views over the Falls.
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The Giacomo was originally built in 1929 as the United Office Building. It now lays claim to being the premier boutique hotel in Niagara Falls.