The Crowne Plaza is located at the corner of Falls Avenue, featuring enclosed, on property access to attractions, Casino Niagara, Fallsview Indoor Waterpark and numerous dining options.
The hotel features classic charm, and is a great destination for that couples or business professionals. Rooms are on the small side, but are well appointed with well thought out design and use of space.
Globally, the hotel is most known for an extended stay from one of movies greatest all-time celebrities: Marilyn Monore. Monroe, along with Joseph Cotton and other cast members from the movie Niagara stayed at the Crowne (then known as the Brock) during shooting in 1952.
The hotel does away with nickel and dime offerings, and instead charges a $9.95 resort fee that includes $40+ worth of value. Included in the $9.95 fee is free wi-fi (on unlimited devices), two bottles of complimentary water each day, in-room starbucks coffee, two WEGO transportation passes ($14 value per day), free newspaper and free long distance in the US & Canada.
On-site is the Rainbow Room by Massimo Capra Restaurant.. The Rainbow Room features one of the best views in all of Niagara dining, as the 10th floor windows look out at both the American and Canadian Falls. The dining experience is equal to the views, as the menu is focused on using the freshest and highest quality local ingredients taken from Niagara and across Ontario.
Also on property is an indoor pool, kiddie pool and whirlpool tub. The classically inspired lobby is a call back to yesteryear, and features high ceilings, elegant design and a large chandelier.
Tip: Great rates can be found via package deals, which can be found in our above deals section.
The lower lobby of the hotel is interconnected with a downstairs Starbucks. Continuing down the lower lobby hallway takes guests towards family related attractions such as a Coke, crock-a-doodle and Hershey store.
The Crowne capitalizes on its central location, elegance, and nearby attractions to create a classic Niagara Falls Experience.