Sheraton Fallsview Hotel

Hotel Review: Sheraton Fallsview Hotel Niagara Falls

Recently, I got a chance to stay at the Sheraton Fallsview Hotel Niagara Falls for one of my work trips and this my quick review of the property. I was able to upgrade my standard room to a suite by using a Suite Night Award (SNA) from having Marriott Bonvoy Titanium status. They let me choose a corner suite that provided a spectacular a view of the falls. Two days before my check-in date, the hotel confirmed my upgrade to this suite.

The self-parking lot is a couple of buildings down from the hotel, roughly a short 5 mins walk back to the hotel. As I drove to the hotel, I found that the best option if you’re looking to self-park is to park at the registration/valet lot at the Sheraton first to check in. This provides the convenience of bringing up your luggage to your room and then drive to the self-parking lot without the hassle.

Lobby & Check in

The check-in experience was pretty smooth. The employee at the front desk greeted me and checked me in. They told me about a $15 resort fee per night and provided me with a list of what’s included in the fee, and self-parking is $35 per night. There was no mention of my Marriott status, but my stay came with Club Lounge access.

The Corner Suite

My room was located on the 18th floor, and it had a separate entrance that requires a card fob to access the room, that separates the room from the rest of the floor; there were three rooms in this specific area. The room was pretty big with two TVs, a sofa, and two lounge seats with a king bed and an amazing view of the falls.

The bathroom was excellent, there was a nice large tub with a huge window facing the falls, there is also a separate shower, if you’re not a fan of taking baths.

The Views

One of the reasons you stay at this hotel is to get a view of Niagara Falls. If you book a room with a view or are lucky enough to be assigned one that has the views, this is what you have in store:

Club Lounge

The club lounge was located on the upper floor in the elevator B section. I had breakfast at the lounge the next day, and it was good. There was plenty of food options to choose from bacon to fruit to scrambled eggs.

Fitness Studio

The fitness studio was located on the second floor, and it had plenty of cardio and heavy-weight equipment available.

Wrapping it up

The hotel is located on the main tourist strip, with many restaurants to choose from if you don’t want to dine at the hotel restaurants. There is a Starbucks located in the lobby, but be prepared to pay extra at this Starbucks.

Overall, the stay was good, and it was a short trip. If you’re planning to stay here to visit as a tourist, the hotel is an excellent choice with everything in Niagara Falls close by.

Award night details:

Points required for a free night: 41,000 – 63,000

Marriott Bonvoy does not publish award night charts anymore as they have moved to dynamic pricing. The Sheraton Fallsview typically runs between 41,000 and 63,000 points per night (FYI New Year’s Eve 2022-23 is available at 60K). This means you could use the free night award from the  Marriott Bonvoy co-brand credit card or the Marriott Bonvoy™ Business American Express® Card in combination with the recently introduced option to use points to top off for an award. The certificate covers up to 35,000 points and you can top off with up to 15,000 points so you could stay here on any night that requires 50,000 points or less.

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