Candlelight Motor Inn

7600 Lundy's Lane, At Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2H 1H1, Canada
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tranportation to Canadian hotel

by qtrimble

Greetings,
I'm trying to plan a trip to Niagara Falls without needing to rent a car. I have already decided to stay on the Canadian side but I'm flying into the Niagara Falls International Airport on the US side.

Is anyone familiar with a hotel that would pick me up in the US? Any other suggestions to solve my problem would be most appreciated!

Re: tranportation to Canadian hotel

by JeanneP

Hi I have seen this question a lot over the years. What airline flies to the Niagara Falls International Airport? Most just fly to Buffalo NY or Toronto, Ontario.

About the question? As it is close, I imagine most large hotels would pick you up there as it is close, such as the Sheraton, but do not know specifically. Just call and ask. I would email them first and ask or in the alternate if they know of a limo that goes there and would drop you off at the hotel. As I said, most everyone flies into Buffalo NY or Toronto.

Happy travels !!

Re: tranportation to Canadian hotel

by qtrimble

I am flying with Direct Air (http://www.visitdirectair.com/).

Re: tranportation to Canadian hotel

by johngayton

You could take a taxi from the airport across the border but that'll be an expensive option especially if you get delayed at the border crossing. If you haven't got too much luggage you could get the NFTA #210 bus to Rainbow Bridge and walk across - it's not that far to Downtown Niagara.

Have a good trip!

Travel Tips for Niagara Falls

Go To Canada

by johngayton

Other people have mentioned this and so I will simply reiterate it here. If you are visiting the falls from the US side it is well worth the visit over the bridge to see the falls from the Canadian side. These are definitely the best views of both The American Falls and The Horseshoe Falls.

Whether on foot or driving the immigration procedures on both sides are simplicity itself especially if you have your passport stamped that same day. From what I gather US citizens don't even need a passport, a driving license is sufficient.

There is a small border charge which I think was $2 for a car and 50 cents on foot.

Tipping in Niagara Falls (NY & Canada Side)

by machomikemd

Some hotels include tips or gratuities with group programs to simplify bookkeeping. This will usually include gratuities for housekeeping, bell service and food service. In a hotel, bell service should be tipped about $1 per bag, and housekeeping $1 to $5 dollars a day (in proportion to your room rate). Visitors should know that the standard tip in restaurants is 10%-15% (on restaurant bills, an average tip will match the GST & tax for Canada Side), with 20% for very outstanding service. This is especially important for visitors from countries where tipping on meals is not done: here the waitering staff depend on tips for a significant portion of their incomes. Tip taxis about 10%, and a dollar a bag they carry for you (not just unload), or at the very least round fares up to the nearest dollar.

More than waterfalls

by feline01

Take a walk or drive through Queen Victoria Park along Niagara River Parkway. We saw the Christmas light display here which was very kitschy but good and in the spring/summer, there are loads of flowers. South of the the city of Niagara Falls is this contraption that you can ride in to get a bird's eye view of the falls. Picture a ski gondala hanging over rapids and this is what it is. It was closed during the winter so we couldn't ride it but I'm sure it's a great way to see the rapids and the surrounding natural beauty.

How to get around

by sim1


I got to Niagara Falls by car. Getting into Niagara isn't such a problem, having a good parking spot for your car might be. If you just come for the day you can park your car at the huge parking lot after the Horseshoe Falls. The parking fee isn't cheap, but without a doubt there will be a parking spot. The parking lot is huge, and I mean HUGE! So big that there is a bus shuttle service to bring you from the parking lot to the falls (included in the parking ticket).

When you are planning to stay in Niagara overnight I would advice you to leave your car at the hotel and find other means of transport to move around in Niagara itself. I did most of it on foot, as I found this the less stressful way to get around, hahaha, and the cheapest too. But there are plenty of other options. You get a good overview of all your options on this website: http://www.infoniagara.com/transportation/index.html

Terrace overlooking the Falls

by apbeaches about Edgewaters

We sat on the terrace overlooking the falls. It was a cool night, people were friendly, our waitress was attentive. We got beautiful photographs. We enjoyed our salads, vegetable spring rolls and teriaki salmon.

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 Candlelight Motor Inn

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Address: 7600 Lundy's Lane, At Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2H 1H1, Canada