Sheraton at the Falls, New York Coupons and Deals
Escape Kit: A One-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Two Queen or Traditional King Guest Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($99) or Fridays and Saturdays ($139)Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Standard Two Queen or Traditional King Guest Room , Sundays through Thursdays ($189) or Fridays and Saturdays ($259)Daily Continental Breakfast and Evening Reception at the Sheraton Club Lounge$20 Credit to T.G.I. Friday'sGreen Savings Card with Discounts at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara FallsCombine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Ten Days Make landfall in Upstate New York with this Escape to the state's most wondrous of wonders: Niagara Falls. You'll stay at the AAA Three Diamond-rated Sheraton At The Falls, just steps from the main attraction, the waterfalls themselves. The first thing you'll want to do is ascend the 180-foot Observation Tower. "Niagara Falls, one of the great natural wonders of the world, displays in unforgettable fashion the sheer force of Mother Nature," says Frommer's. "Six million cubic feet of water drop over the precipice every minute, creating so much spray that you'll see the mist long before you see the falls themselves." What other adventures might befall you on this getaway? The hotel is located directly across from The Spa at Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel, where you can purchase a soothing Swedish massage or a decadent caviar and pearls facial. Body therapy is just the beginning. The nearby Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls are packed full of designer stores and deep discounts. The outlets are the last-minute shopper's saving grace during the holidays, not to mention the fashionista's retail therapy mecca. Then, as day turns to nightfall, you might try your fortune with Lady Luck over at the Seneca Niagara Casino. Dinner is an easy decision when T.G.I. Friday's beckons with crispy green bean fries, Jack Daniel's ribs and shrimp, and dragonfire chicken. It would seem that turning down this Escape would be your only downfall.
Spacious Accommodations in the Heart of Niagara Falls After discovering the Niagara Falls in 1678, Franciscan missionary Louis Hennepin wrote in his journal that the iconic destination was a "prodigious Cadence of Water which falls down after a surpizing [sic] and astonishing manner, insomuch that the Universe does not afford its Parallel." During the last 300 years, the falls have inspired more than just awed journal entries. As many as eight million visitors a year come to the cascades, from poncho-clad honeymooners to daredevils who climb into wooden barrels or rubber balls and take the 175-foot plunge. Sheraton At The ...
Spacious Accommodations in the Heart of Niagara Falls After discovering the Niagara Falls in 1678, Franciscan missionary Louis Hennepin wrote in his journal that the iconic destination was a "prodigious Cadence of Water which falls down after a surpizing [sic] and astonishing manner, insomuch that the Universe does not afford its Parallel." During the past 300 years, the falls have inspired more than just awed journal entries. Upward of eight million visitors a year come to the cascades, from poncho-clad honeymooners to daredevils who climb into wooden barrels or rubber balls and take the 175-foot plunge in an attempt to conquer the rapids. Sheraton At The Falls is positioned conveniently just 1 mile east of the falls on New York soil, within walking distance of several attractions. At Sheraton At The Falls, there’s a focus on comfort in the spacious guest rooms: plush custom mattresses bolster the Sheraton’s signature Sweet Sleeper beds layered with an assortment of feather and down pillows. On the first floor, T.G.I. Friday's serves 10-ounce sirloin steaks, Black Angus burgers, and other hearty American fare. Directly across from the hotel is the Seneca Niagara Casino, which hums with activity 24 hours a day. Between walls of stained-glass windows, the neon lights from more than 4,200 slot machines set the casino aglow, and colorful card tables host rounds of blackjack, craps, roulette, and musical chairs. A more soothing ambiance washes over The Spa at Seneca Niagara Casino, which offers body-healing therapies, massages, and salon services. Guests can apply a $30 credit toward any treatment $75 or more, such as a custom facial ($99) or an aromatherapy body salt glow ($110). Niagara Falls, New York: Awe-Inspiring Waterfalls and World-Class Casinos Encompassing more than 400 acres, Niagara Falls State Park functions as a natural border between Canada and the United States. Both sides of the border are peppered with vantage points to check out the falls, where more than a million bathtubs' worth of water crashes to the river below every second. Pedestrian bridges and observation decks provide safe vistas for tourists to watch Horseshoe Falls and American Falls plunge over jagged cliffs. The most invigorating view might be from the Hurricane Deck—a wooden platform located 20 feet from Bridal Veil Falls. Access the platform by taking The Cave of the Winds tour, during which professional guides lead poncho-clad visitors to Bridal Veil Falls via tiers of wooden scaffolding.