We are users of all types of accommodations ranging from top class resorts to 5 star hotels to 3 star Inns to motels. For this trip we had planned to use whatever came our way that was economical.
I recommend driving to the Niagara Falls Boulevard in the nearby town of Tonawanda. This can be reached from Peace Bridge in Buffalo by taking 190 south and then I290 East. Since this was a budget travel for the two families, we were interested in finding a moderate quality inn. There is a range of 3 star inns on this Boulevard, as well as restaurants and shopping malls. However, it was a long weekend in Canada and many shoppers had chosen this area to stay overnight. We were lucky to find Econo Lodge on 3rd attempt (yes, we had not reserved rooms in advance).
The owners Paresh and Divya Patel, nice spacious rooms, TV, fridge, microwave, clean carpets and washrooms, and complementary breakfast. The check out time can be till noon.
If You are staying in Niagara Falls,DON'T GO TO A CHEAP MOTEL, UNLESS YOU DON'T NEED ANY SLEEP.THE CHEAPER THE ROOM, THE BETTER THE CHANCES THAT YOUR'E GOING TO BE WISHING YOU WERE'NT THERE WHEN THE NOISE FROM ALL THE YOUTHFUL ALCOHOLIC CROWD KICKS UP AROUND MID-NIGHT TO 6:00am .I've tried cheap and tried the Sherton. If you believe in Love thy neighbor, go to the nicer hotels that make keeping that commandment a possibility.
$90-120. The suites would be a lot more.
Has a indoor/outdoor pool with a popular nightclub in it. Also has a sauna and hottub as well.
The new Hampton Inn Downtown near the Chippewa District. Yeah, it isn't the Hyatt, or tha Adams Mark, but it doesn't have their price tag either, and it is close to the best nightlife in Western NY, The Cheppewa Club distric (50 bars), and the Theatre District, for a ton of live shows!
Close to Chippewa, and the Theatre District, and just a trains ride away from the University of Buffalo's South Campus
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