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Falling Over with Luxury: The New Presidential Suites at Hilton Niagara Falls

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April 16, 2010 at 2:00 PM | by | Comment (1)

Did you know that Canada's tallest hotel tower is actually the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls/Fallsview? We did not know this until we got word that the hotel has completed a pair of Presidential Suites atop the hotel tower's 50th floor, giving guests views of both the American and the Canadian side of the falls. (So both President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper can stay in Presidential digs at the same time.)

Designed to magnify the beauty of Niagara Falls, the brand new Presidential Suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, accompanied by remote controlled blinds and shades, and a chic atmosphere created by the décor in shades of white, silver and black. Upon entering the suite, guests will find themselves in a small foyer that opens up to 1,500 square feet of pure luxury. On the one side of the foyer is an intimate sitting room; complete with a full bathroom and access to a balcony, perched 50 stories above the city!

But even Presidential Suites cannot escape the peekaboo bathroom trend. The en-suite bathroom has a walk-in shower but also a jacuzzi tub that overlooks the living room area. And if you can squint, you can probably see the falls out the window from your tub position. Let's just hope that when Obama stays here, someone guards the window while he's taking a bath.

The good news is you don't need a presidential budget to stay here. Currently, rates at the hotel start at $117 USD for a two-bedroom deluxe suite. There are also several specials and packages going on so check them out before you book. (Hint: The corner suites are newer-looking but also have peekaboo baths. Just so ya know!)

The Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview just completed a $150 million expansion last June. The 53-storey, all-suite tower now has 1,000 guestrooms. Another expansion is planned for 2012 which will include 40,000 square feet of conference and meeting space and a 40,000 square foot themed recreation pool and spa. For more photos of the rooms, the hotel and of course, Niagara Falls, check out the hotel's Facebook page.

[Photos courtesy of the Hilton Niagara Falls]

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Price

Prices for this suite starts at$1500 and goes up (depending what time you stay) to $2500. Although that hotel is new, you could stay at the Sheraton on the Falls hotel and get the ONLY presidential suite there for $800-900 per night. Its two levels and although is 300 square feet smaller its up to almost a third of the price and is still more than adequate. Also, it has three balconies and the view from the bathroom is on the outside wall so you can see the falls directly. Check this video out if you want a tour. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGAlsvpSYbM

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