Wyndham Garden Fallsview Niagara Falls Opens in Canada


Photo courtesy Wyndham Hotel Group

Wyndham Hotel Group has opened the Wyndham Garden Fallsview Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada, following a multi-million dollar renovation that included the addition of a newly constructed tower, floors and guestrooms.

“We’re very proud to bring the Wyndham brand to Canada with the addition of Wyndham Garden Fallsview Niagara Falls, in a renowned North American destination for both business and leisure travel,” said John Green, brand senior vice president of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts. “This addition reflects our company’s commitment to expand the Wyndham brand in markets around the world where travelers seek convenient lodging, upscale services and the utmost in hospitality.”

Guestrooms and suites at the new property offer 37-inch flatscreen televisions, complimentary wired and wireless Internet access and views of the city or the Niagara River. Bathrooms have been decorated with pearl gray quarts countertops and TrueBlue Spa amenities from Bath & Body Works. All accommodations on the ninth floor have wall-to-wall windows, and select guestrooms include Jacuzzi tubs.

The hotel’s public spaces have complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access, an indoor heated pool and hot tub, a 24-hour fitness center and an arcade. The property’s business center has 700 square feet of meeting and event space capable of hosting up to 60 people.

The on-site Perkins Restaurant & Bakery serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual atmosphere, and MJ’s Lobby Lounge offers cocktails, light meals and late night snacks.

The hotel is nine miles from Niagara Falls International Airport and 20 miles from Buffalo Niagara International Airport in New York. The hotel is within walking distance of Horseshoe Falls and near Clifton Hill, Fallsview Casino, Marineland Theme Park and the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory.

Visit www.wyndham.com

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