Comfort Inn Niagara Falls Welland

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

870 Niagara St., Welland, Ontario, L3C 1M3, Canada
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

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  • Couples33
  • Solo12
  • Business38

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Forum Posts

Crossing Rainbow Bridge, day trip

by clmbsb

Hi there

I have made my arrangements and will be visiting Niagara in September. I wish to cross Rainbow Bridge (Canada to USA) and would like to know the current cost (travelling by foot). I have a UK passport and when I last visited in 2005 I had to fill in a green card and pay around $7 to gain entry in to the USA.

Is the system still the same?
Has the cost increased?

I only plan to visit for around 90 minutes, not an overnight stay.

Many thanks

Re: Crossing Rainbow Bridge, day trip

by bocmaxima

I have to strongly discourage you from coming to the US side of the falls if you're already in Canada. The view, park and town are much, much better on the Canadian side, and people usually operate the other way around (park on the US side and walk over to the Canadian side) for that reason.
You shouldn't need a visa to enter the US being a UK citizen, unless you have some sort of criminal record. You just have to pay a toll on the bridge then go through customs on the US side.
http://london.usembassy.gov/vwp3.html

Re: Crossing Rainbow Bridge, day trip

by mim95

If you've already been to the state park on the American side for your last visit, then don't bother going again. I passed by it just a few days ago and despite the improvement in tourist facilities in recent years, the Canadian side is still much better, as previously mentioned.

Re: Crossing Rainbow Bridge, day trip

by johngayton

Bear in mind that if it is your first entry (on this visit) to the US you can expect the usual Homeland Security grilling and you may have to produce some sort of evidence thagt you are indeed returning to Canada later that day.

Re: Crossing Rainbow Bridge, day trip

by fallsguy

The toll for walking across the Rainbow Bridge is $.50.

To enter the U.S., you will be required to obtain an I-94W Visa Waiver form at the border. It requires that you fill in a questionaire, be fingerprinted and have your picture taken. The cost is $6.00. When you leave the U.S., you must relinquish the form (to Canadian Customs). Whether or not all that is worth it for 90 minutes is up to you.

Travel Tips for Niagara Falls

Not a Marriage Ceremony

by tamasbr

Yes, you can get married in Niagara Falls at one of many marriage chapels or have your honeymoon here. You can also swear allegiance to the Queen, her heirs, and the government of Canada - almost like a marriage. This is what Ilona did here - she became a Canadian Citizen on June the 4th 2010

Protect your camera/video equipment

by joanj

If you do venture behind the falls, it may be wise to take a plastic bag to protect your camera/video recorder from as much water as possible, in between filming. You do get soaked.

Also be aware the floor underfoot is very wet, and slippery, so do be careful.

Fort George

by solopes

Arriving to Niagara-on-the-Lake, the guide pointed to our right and said: "There is Fort George". Nothing else, and, when we left the bus to visit the city, I went there to have a look. I didn't get too convinced, and moved back after a short glimpse. Maybe I did wrong. Reading about it, afterwards, I got the idea that it should deserve a few more minutes and a more detailed look. Maybe next time!

Get a goin' with the People Mover Tram

by aphrodyte

For a one time charge, you are given a sticker. You place your sticker somewhere visible on your clothing and this allows you to travel all day long from where the Falls start at Table Rock to Queenston Heights Park and back again.

The trams travel on Niagara Parkway approximately every 20 minutes to each pre-designated spots.The People Movers are great for going from one attraction to another instead of having to walk to them. It is really beneficial during the busy and hot months of the year. While seated in the air-conditioned busses, the strains of pre-recorded commentaries of the park are heard through the intercom. You may get on and off different People Movers for no additional fee.

FYI --- The sticker does not stick well on wet clothes. I am not sure what happens if you actually lose one, you may have to purchase another one...or walk.

Depending on the season they are open as early as 10-11am and closing times vary.

Adult -- $5.89
Child --$2.94

Forget the chain restaurants......

by redhed410 about Casa D'Oro

After a day and a half of walking by this restaurant and being enticed in my a man known to us as "Tiger" we decide to go there for dinner. We wanted to dress up for at least one dinner, and this was where we chose. We had to wait at the bar (score!) for our table. The bar had a dance floor that was surrounded by a small river! You had to cross bridges to get to it! The restaurant interior had a very interesting Roman decor to...the waitresses even wore these long white Roman godess gowns! I had the lasagna...and it was probably the best lasanga of my life. The great thing about this restaurant is that you could dress up, have a good meal, and it was about the same price as TGIFriday's across the street!!!

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 Comfort Inn Niagara Falls Welland

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Address: 870 Niagara St., Welland, Ontario, L3C 1M3, Canada