3 Holiday Presents Perfect for Anyone on Your List

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nfh3.jpegIt’s December, which means every day brings us closer and closer to the holidays we look forward to all year long. The festivities will bring families and friends closer together to share feasts and reminisce about the year soon passed. While the holiday season is generally full of joy and magic, there is one aspect known to turn anyone into a tangled knot of stress: gifts. The giving and receiving of presents around the holidays is a cherished tradition, but it can be a cause of tension when one is tasked with providing a gift for a person who has it all or doesn’t want anything. Luckily, this holiday season you can add to your arsenal a gift truly ideal for anyone on your list: a trip to Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls Hotels offers a generous handful of packages available for purchase as gifts. Peruse your options and choose one that best suits your intended recipient; then watch as your gift brings pure delight to the holidays.

1. Ultimate Couples Package

If you know a couple who deserves a relaxing and romantic weekend away, this package will whisk them away from it all for an amazing vacation. With the package, your lucky couple will receive a night’s accommodation at one of the city’s most lavish hotels (Sheraton on the Falls or Crowne Plaza Fallsview). They will also receive three vouchers for full-service meals at the city’s absolute best restaurants: Windows by Jamie Kennedy, the Rainbow Room by Massimo Capra, and the Fallsview Buffet. Additionally, your couple will receive passes to a variety of romantic attractions, including a wine tasting and time at the gorgeous Christienne Spa. And, as a surprise, they’ll receive a special gift from Hershey’s Chocolate World.

2. Fallsview Indoor Water Park Package

When you are looking to surprise a family or group of kids (no matter the age) you couldn’t do better than purchasing this wet and wild package. Fallsview Indoor Water Park is the best water park in the country, providing thrills and spills all over its massive indoor space. The vacation package provides accommodation at your choice of the four fantastic Fallsview hotels as well as four two-day passes to the water park. No matter the weather outside, your recipients can spend their vacation sliding, soaking, and splashing in Niagara Falls.

3. Customized Package

nfh4.jpegIf you prefer simply to provide the funds and let your benefactor choose his or her favorite attractions, you can give a Falls Avenue Resort gift card with any denomination between $20 and $1,000. This money can be used throughout most of the locations and attractions in the exciting Fallsview area of Niagara Falls. Recipients can choose to spend their gift among four fantastic hotels, 10 delicious eateries, and several attractions and shops. When you are faced with a recipient you don’t know well, you can’t give them a better gift than freedom.

Niagara Falls has something for everybody, which means it is the best possible present for anyone. Spread even more joy this holiday season — and avoid the headache of a difficult recipient — by purchasing a vacation package everyone will enjoy.

3 Niagara Falls Winter Celebrations

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nfh1.jpegWinter is arguably the most magical season. While it lacks the bright foliage of fall or the brilliant blooms of spring and summer, the long nights and chilly weather combine to create a sense of community and well-being unknown the rest of the year. Niagara Falls experiences a winter unlike anywhere else in the world, and every December the city comes together to celebrate the season in all the glory it deserves. When you visit Niagara Falls this winter, you can fall in love with winter all over again during these fantastic celebrations.

1. Winter Festival of Lights

Ontario Power Generation (OPG), the company that harvests energy from the Niagara River to provide power to millions of Ontario homes, gives back to the community every year by creating a winter wonderland in one of the most fairly-like regions of the Niagara Parks: the Dufferin Islands.

For over 30 years, the OPG Festival of Lights has been dazzling visitors with more than 3 million twinkling tree lights and 120 animated displays. Learn about the Canadian outdoors with exhibits on Canadian’s natural wildlife and experience the spirituality of the season with world religions displays. Then, treat yourself to crowd-pleasers like the beautifully lit Zimmerman Fountain and the world’s largest Canadian-American flag.

The Festival is in full swing between November 15 and January 12. Entrance to the festival is free, but donations are heartily welcomed.

2. Winter Fireworks

Niagara Falls is proud to present world-class fireworks shows throughout the year, but its winter fireworks presentations certainly outshines them all. In the deep darkness of winter night, the bright bursts of color and light dazzle audiences. The gentle white layer of snow covering the landscape reflects the fireworks, making the entire countryside flash with reds, blues, oranges, and purples.

The fireworks display goes off every Friday during the winter season at 9 p.m., though additional shows will occur during significant holidays. You can stand in awe of the fire and light, or you can enjoy the booms and cracks of the display as you wander around other outdoor Niagara attractions.

3. Candlelight Stroll

nfh2.jpegWinter is a season best spent among family and friends, but a welcoming community can be just as warm and comfortable. Niagara-on-the-Lake goes out of its way to make winter travelers feel right at home. On December 5, citizens celebrate the season with a town-wide stroll through the historical streets and parks of their stunning city. Townsfolk will guide you and yours through their moon- and candle-lit pathways, and as you wind your way through a town stopped in time, you’ll be accompanied by gorgeous local choirs singing songs of the season. Like a page out of a storybook, this experience feels magical from beginning to end.

There is plenty to do in Niagara-on-the-Lake before and after your stroll. Visit any of the region’s world-class wineries to sample award-winning vintages and tasty pairings from their resident restaurants, or visit any of the town’s small shops and boutiques for unique and expertly crafted souvenirs.

Winter loves Niagara Falls, and visitors to the region during this season can’t help but share in the sentiment. Renew your feelings for the season and the Falls by booking a trip this December for these amazing opportunities.

Gear Up for the Holiday Season in Niagara Falls

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nfhblog3.jpegIt’s November, which means it’s almost December, which means the holidays are rapidly approaching. However, that doesn’t mean you need to spend the next month and a half knee-deep in stress worrying about the gifts you haven’t bought and the parties you aren’t prepared for. The holidays should be a time of relaxation and reveling. So, before you bite your nails to the quick about how your neighbor’s decorations are more lavish than yours, come to Niagara Falls and experience the beginnings of the holiday season with these thrilling activities.

Swingin’ Little Sleigh Ride! Holiday Dinner and Musical Comedy

From the people who bring you the award winning “Oh, Canda Eh? Dinner Theatre” comes this year’s wintery production full of holiday good cheer — and accompanied by a tasty meal, too. “Swingin’ Little Sleight Ride! Holiday Dinner and Musical Comedy” is a raucous show filled with songs you can easily sing along to and family friendly jokes worth more than a chuckle. This production is a must-see high energy affair, and it only comes around once a year.

With the show, you’ll receive a five-course meal paired perfectly with the season. Festive soups and salads come with feasts of roast turkey, baked ham, and fried haddock. And, we promise, they didn’t forget about the holiday-themed dessert. Served family style to accommodate all appetites and tastes, you’ll be able to take as much or as little as you’d like — though we always take thirds, at least.

Come for the lunch matinee, or experience it all with a full dinner, but the show only runs between November 14 and December 20, so get your tickets soon.

Santa Claus Parade

Much like the American Thanksgiving Day Parade, Canadians celebrate the beginning of the holiday season with their own parade ringing in the magical season; additionally, like the iconic Macy’s Parade, this one in Niagara Falls ends with welcome and thanks to the man who makes it all happen: Santa Claus.

Beginning at 11 a.m. on November 15, the parade will pass through all parts of downtown Niagara Falls. Filled with marching bands and dazzling floats to charm even the grumpiest of Scrooges, this parade is perfect for children who can’t get enough Christmas spirit. It is easy to fill the day watching the parade, eating delicious Canadian street food, and reveling in the joys of the upcoming holidays.

Fallsview Casino’s Christmas on Ice

nfhblog4.jpegStarting November 20, Fallsview Casino is putting on a show to remember. Canada may be full of skating rinks, but the feats performed on this icy stage rival those at the Winter Olympics. In fact, nationally ranked figure skaters grace the stage with grace and poise, telling the story of Christmas in a way you’ve never seen before. This show is fast-paced and full of energy, and you won’t be able to leave without feeling touched by the magic of the season.

The event runs from November 20 to December 7, and tickets have been on sale since August, so you might want to act fast if you want to catch a seat at this once in a lifetime show.

The Sweetest Deal in Niagara Falls

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nfhblog1.jpegNiagara Falls offers a bargain vacation for any group of travelers. What other destination combines unparalleled natural beauty, world-class food and beverage, and entertainment for all ages? Still, there’s one attraction much sweeter than anything else in Niagara Falls: Hershey’s Chocolate World. This chocolate and candy paradise is a sight to behold, and even those travelers who try to suppress their sweet teeth will cave under the veritable mountain of temptation in Niagara Falls.

A Chocolate Factory to Rival Wonka’s

Hershey’s Chocolate World boasts a jaw dropping 7,000 square feet of chocolates and sweets travelers can sample and take home. Mouths begin to water as soon as travelers step through the doors, as waves of flavor from freshly made sweets and treats scent the air.

Every day, experienced chocolatiers hand dip fresh strawberries, bananas, pretzels, and more, and bakers create delectable cookies and cakes. Samples of the expertly-made gourmet fudge are always available, and visitors will find their favorite flavors mixed among custom and exotic fudges you will never find anywhere else. There’s also an old fashioned creamery, where weary travelers can refresh their spirits with a thick and creamy milkshake.

Hershey’s Chocolate World is perfect for kids (of all ages, but particularly the little ones) as they’ll be able to meet and interact with their favorite Hershey’s characters as they roam the store. Hershey’s Kiss is a crowd pleaser, as he regularly risks life and limb by walking the tight rope slung across a miniature version of the falls, but the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and Hershey’s Chocolate Bar are just as friendly and engaging. Additionally, an educational feature explaining how chocolate is made (spoiler: It’s not via waterfall and river) and distributed all across the world will provide some value to a day filled with sweets.

nfhblog2.jpegWilly Wonka may have had a river of chocolate (as well as cotton-candy sheep and a team of trained nut-cracking squirrels) but his factory wasn’t exactly consumer-friendly. Any of the delicious treats around Hershey’s Chocolate World are available for purchase, so you can bring the magic of the Chocolate World all the way home — if you can last that long without eating it.

There are also non-edible items for purchase, including plushies and clothing to bring home to friends and family. You can choose to pair them with some iconic Hershey’s treats for some unforgettable gifts, or you can eat the sweets for yourself like you want to.

How to Get There

Niagara Falls’ very own Hershey’s Chocolate World is centrally located on Falls Avenue, in the middle of the action. The shop and its attractions are well within walking distance of a plethora of worthy hotels, and visitors can easily incorporate a tour and a taste into their other Niagara Falls explorations, including the wonderland of Clifton Hill and amazing views of the falls themselves. As the front door to Hershey’s Chocolate World is a four-story-tall chocolate bar, you definitely won’t miss it while you’re out and about.

Niagara Falls To Remember Nathan Cirillo

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nfhorseshoenighttime Each night, Niagara Falls is illuminated with a variety of colours to enhance the beauty of the thundering waterfall and honour various charitable organizations and causes. Tonight, on October 28th 2014, there will be a special illumination of the Niagara Falls in red lighting, to commemorate the fallen Canadian soldiers, Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.

The red illumination was chosen because it is one of Canada’s national colours, and the special illumination will be taking place on the same day as Corporal Nathan Cirillo’s funeral.

For the complete Niagara Falls Illumination Schedule, please visit http://goo.gl/rMpd0x

November Is Wine Month in Niagara-on-the-Lake

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nfhblog3.jpegNiagara Falls is becoming one of the best places to grow wine. The fertile soils, temperate climate, and hardworking Canadian wine makers work to create some of the most delectable wines in all of North America. Niagara wines range in varieties, from exotic icewines to familiar merlots, and each one has a unique Niagara twist to provide flavor notes not found anywhere else in the world.

Connoisseurs looking to experience all Niagara wine country has to offer should flock to the cozy town of Niagara-on-the-Lake this November for the annual Taste of the Season event. Every weekend in November, Niagara-on-the-Lake showcases a different lineup of wines from the local area, providing attendees an exclusive opportunity to sample the width and breadth of Niagara vineyards in comfort. Travelers will talk with local vintners and dine on specially prepared foods matched perfectly to the featured wines. For wine lovers, this is a must-see event.

If your appetite for fine wine has been whetted, book your accommodations and learn more about the fabulous wineries that will be supplying the wines to this year’s event.

Peller Estates Winery

Peller Estates prides itself on its dedication to innovative eating and drinking experiences. Blessed with the highest possible Zagat rating — “Extraordinary” — Peller makes tastings an event to remember, with tours of the vineyards and information on the art of pairing.

nfhblog4.jpegThis year, Peller will be serving up their 2012 Private Reserve cabernet franc, a luscious red heavy with flavors like black currant, tobacco, olive, and spice as well as rich fruits like cherry, plum and blueberry. Accompanying the wine will be a dinner of caramelized onion and pulled pork topped with roasted red peppers and feta and sandwiched between two slices of shallot focaccia bread.

Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery

Ravine Vineyard Estate is a family-oriented winery that has its roots in a centuries old plot of farmland that has been owned by the current wine makers for five generations. Unique in the area for its devotion to local and fresh food, Ravine’s restaurant only uses ingredients they grow right on the farm. Perhaps not surprisingly, Ravine is rated among the top 20 wineries in the world.

During the event, Ravine Vineyard will be offering tastes of their 2021 Ravine chardonnay, which has a nose of pineapple, pear, and butterscotch to accompany its dry and acidic taste. To pair, the Ravine restaurant will serve chicken and biscuits; it sounds plain, but we guarantee you’ve never had chicken and biscuits like these.

Chateau des Charmes

Chateau des Charmes is one of the most romantic vineyards in the Niagara Falls region. Surrounded by verdant rose gardens, the farm is proud host to events throughout the year, from weddings, to anniversaries, to birthdays, and more.

In November, this Bosc family farm will present their brut sparkling wine with a plate of brown butter butternut squash and Dijon mascarpone strudel.

Inniskillin Wines

Arguably the oldest wine maker in the country, Inniskillin was granted the first ever estate winery license in Canada. Most of Inniskillin’s wines have won the winery awards, and their dedication to remaining artful and progressive in their wines truly shows.

Inniskillin will feature their iconic 2012 vidal icewine — a crisp, unique wine created by actually freezing the grapes — and pair it with a caramelized onion tart and goat cheese with thyme.

3 Reasons to Bring Your Next Conference to Niagara Falls

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nfhblog1.jpegWhen you have a conference to plan, it’s tempting to pick a location closest to you. It’s convenient — for you at least — and easy enough to scout out venues. Or, some conference planners stick to a rotation of America’s biggest cities —New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and repeat — simply for the assured hotel space and attraction density. Admittedly, there are benefits to these planning strategies, but by choosing old standbys for conference locations, you’re robbing your attendees and yourself of a fantastic vacation experience.

There are three major tenants of conference location selection:

  • The location must have enough space, including a convention center and sufficient accommodation
  • The location must provide entertainment outside of the conference
  • The location must be affordable

For these three reasons alone, Niagara Falls is an ideal location for any conference.

Space Requirements

While it effectively maintains its small-town feel, Niagara Falls is a major city. While a mere 83,000 year-round residents call Niagara Falls home, an astounding 13 million travelers come to the area every year. As a result, the city has a bevy of excellent hotels, each with its own set of amenities to delight and enchant any visitor. Many of these hotels are equipped with large conference spaces perfect for any size event — from a knitting club meet-up to a multi-thousand attendee convention. It doesn’t take long to find the perfect venue for whatever conference you’re planning.

Outside Entertainment

Above all else, Niagara Falls is a vacation destination. Travelers of all stripes come to Niagara Falls to indulge in the unique sights and sounds of the rushing river. The falls themselves offer hours of adventure, from thrilling tours below and behind the falls to trails winding around the nearby wilderness areas that offer fantastic scenery. The outdoor nut has plenty to explore in the lush forests of the region.

While people may come for the falls, they stay for the city. Niagara Falls is chock full of entertainment and activities to excite everyone in your party. Clifton Hill is a veritable wonderland of excitement, filled with games, music, bars, and more. Encourage your attendees to ride the Ferris wheel or dare them to take a walk through the city’s perennial haunted factory. There’s so much to see, we guarantee one visit won’t be enough.

If you can believe it, that’s not all. The Niagara region provides prime land and climate for growing grapes, and thus world-class vineyards have sprung up offering visitors tastes of delicious, unique wines. Organized winery tours are a popular escape for many travelers to sample award winning wines and taste expertly paired foods.

Affordability

nfhblog2.jpegNiagara Falls is most famously a destination for families and newlyweds — a strong indication that the vacation destination is highly wallet-friendly. Groups of any size can certainly find packages that fit well with their budgets but still contain a plethora of dining options and hotel amenities to make a conference trip feel like a well-earned vacation.

This isn’t to say that Niagara Falls is cheap. Travelers certainly have the opportunity to spring for high-class meals or lavish activities. However, in Niagara Falls there are plenty of delicious five-star restaurants that fall well within the average traveler’s means.

If your conference planning is at a standstill while you choose the next location, make your conference a vacation to remember by organizing it in Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls October Events

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Baby in pumpkin patchOctober is a beautiful month for Niagara Falls. The very middle of autumn sees Niagara’s trees turning gorgeous shades of red, orange, and brown, and temperatures are perfect for activities of all sorts, including snuggling up with your loved ones. If you’re considering visiting us for October, learn about what festivities await you. You’re sure to find an event for everyone.

Ball’s Falls Thanksgiving Festival

Canadian Thanksgiving, unlike its American cousin, occurs at the beginning of October, so if you’re a fan of Thanksgiving foods, you can’t miss Niagara in October. The Ball’s Falls Festival is a local and tourist favorite for its plethora of arts, crafts, and wares for sale. There are also plenty of shows and demonstrations, including magical acts and musical performances. Plus, the Niagara Falls Thanksgiving Festival is turning 40 this year, which means even more excitement to be had by all. The festival takes place between October 10-13, and Canadian Thanksgiving occurs on the last day.

Boo at the Zoo

Let your kids enjoy Halloween twice! On October 11, Safari Niagara is inviting families to trick or treat in the safe and fun environment of the zoo. The zoo will be done up with all the scary decorations you love on Halloween, and when the sun sets, you’ll get to see the zoo in a whole new spooky light. Walk around in full costume and see everyone dressed up for the occasion — and don’t forget to bring your treat bags, for local businesses will be supplying candy to trick-or-treating kids.

Niagara Falls International Marathon

people runningIf someone in your family loves to run, give him or her something to strive for by signing up for Niagara’s own marathon. This marathon is one of only a handful to span two different countries, starting in Buffalo, New York, and quickly crossing the border to end in Niagara Falls, Ontario. On October 26, you can walk, jog, or run 26.2 miles through the most beautiful scenery that Canada has to offer.

Before you register for the race, know that marathons are grueling physical feats, and they require extensive training in runners who hope to remain healthy during and after their run. For those not in pique physical condition, the 2K, 5K, 10K, or half marathon also occurring at this event might be more your speed. For anyone who finishes a race, there will be a plethora of prizes, including a finisher medal, a recovery jacket, snacks, and an electrolyte-filled drink.

Rock & Soul

Classic music–lovers will rejoice in this music festival that brings together the sounds of Memphis, Detroit, and Philadelphia. Rock music and soul have a long and storied relationship, and there is no better way to honor it than by hearing the two genres played from the same stage. At Fallsview Casino Resort between October 23-30, you can settle into the musical stylings of The Temptations, The Supremes, Hall & Oates, Bob Segar, and more. Tickets are only $20 per person — well worth the run and relaxation of a night of great music.

6 Quintessentially Canadian Foods to Try in Niagara Falls

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French Fries with sauceFor many, traveling is all about getting out of the house and trying something new — specifically, trying some new foods. When you think of Canada, you might not think of unique cuisine, but you’d be surprised at the amount and quality of Canada-specific foods available to interested travelers. Canada is a land rich in delicious and fascinating foods, so on your next trip to Niagara Falls, you can seek out some of these famous Canadian eats to satisfy your cravings for culinary adventure.

Poutine

Americans might think of French Fries as the most patriotic dish we’ve got, but the Canadians have added some flavors to make it truly their own. An ample serving of fries is layered with savory gravy and chewy cheese curds to give this dish a satisfying amount of flavor and texture. Gourmet chefs have experimented with poutine and added ingredients like fois gras or black truffles, though we’re partial to the regular standby.

Butter Tart

This no-fuss dessert has been around almost as long as Canada itself. It is comprised of a flaky, buttery pastry shell filled with a type of custard made of butter, eggs, sugar, and syrup, usually of the maple variety. The tarts can be runny or firm, depending on the pastry chef’s inclinations, and they often are topped with raisins or nuts.

Beavertail

This pastry concoction is decadent and delicious, and it’s a wonder that it’s barely heard of below the border. Beavertails are essentially dough shaped into the shape of a beaver tail (hence the name) and fried. Then the dough is topped with anything your heart desires. The most common toppings are chocolate and fruits, though various other candies, like Twix or Heath, are popular as well.

Maple Syrup

You’ve surely heard the phrase “as Canadian as maple syrup,” and with the iconic maple leaf front-and-center on our flag, it’s no wonder that everything maple-flavored is closely tied with Canada. You’ll get the purest and freshest maple syrup north of the border for you to pour on pancakes or waffles, plus you can get any number of baked goods maple flavored, from beavertails to doughnuts. Maple candy is also particularly popular, so be sure to sample a maple toffee or two while you’re here.

Game Meat

Plate of foodThe forests in Canada are extensive, with almost 90 percent of Canada uninhabited. This means the wild animal populations are allowed to flourish, giving Canadians access to the choicest game meats anywhere in North America. If you identify as a carnivore, here are some of the meats you mind like to try while visiting the Great White North:

  • Boar
  • Bison
  • Reindeer
  • Moose
  • Elk
  • Deer
  • Rabbit

Ketchup Chips

When you just need something to nibble on in your comfortable hotel suite, pick up a bag of Canada’s favorite ketchup-flavored potato chips. Canadians swear by the salty, non-tomato flavor of their ketchup chips, even if Americans have never caught onto the fad. We know you’ll fall in love as much as we have, though one piece of advice: Keep a napkin handy to wipe the extra flavoring off your fingers, or you might see little red fingerprints all over your clothes.

Why You Can’t Pass Up Niagara Falls for Your Next Romantic Getaway

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couple in sunsetOrganizing a vacation with your significant other can be hard work. It usually falls on one or the other of you to choose a destination, a hotel, activities, and the like, which can cause tensions that otherwise wouldn’t have existed. Sometimes it seems like you’d have a stronger relationship if you just stayed home and stuck to your old routine.

The point of taking a trip with your loved one is to rekindle the romance and gain new perspectives on your commitment with new shared experiences, so it’s vitally important to the relationship to shake things up once in a while. If you choose Niagara Falls as your destination, we can save you the headache of planning it all out. Our Ultimate Couples Experience is designed to give you everything you need to relax and reconnect with your significant other. After you book your trip to Niagara Falls, you and your loved one will have the most romantic experience of your lives — and all you need to do is show up.

Luxury Hotel Accommodations

With this package, you’ll receive lodging at one of the two most magnificent hotel resorts in the area: Sheraton on the Falls or Crowne Plaza Fallsview. Both hotels offer unbeatable amenities, and the bedrooms are spacious and sumptuous. Both hotels offer stunning views of the falls and surrounding countryside, so even from the comfort of your room you can experience the splendor of Niagara Falls.

Delectable Dining Options

You’ll never have to argue about where to eat during your stay, because this package includes three generous gift cards to top-rated restaurants around the city. You’ll be treated to world-class cuisine at each of these three locations:

  • Windows by Jaime Kennedy. One of the pioneers in the farm-to-table movement, this restaurant boasts fresh local ingredients in every one of its signature dishes.
  • Rainbow Room by Massimo Capra. International sensation Massimo Capra handpicked the dishes that make up the menu at this restaurant.
  • Fallsview Buffet. You’ll be able to eat to your heart’s content at this generous buffet filled with culinary delights.

Exclusive Winery Tours

couple wine tasting Even if you sample the creations of local vineyards at dinner, you’ll be granted unprecedented access to the best of the local wineries with tickets to tour Trius Winery at Hillebrand and Peller Estates. These vineyards are both repeat winners in wine competitions all over the world, and you’ll be able to sample several of their delicious varietals on your tour.

Trius Winery at Hillebrand is devoted to growing the best grapes for merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and cabernet Franc, but their chardonnays are also well-regarded as some of the best in their class. Peller Estates has been at the forefront of icewine production in the region, but their signature sauvignon blanc simply cannot be missed.

Soothing Spa Experiences

To round out your romantic getaway, through this package you’ll be treated with a treatment or two at the deluxe Christienne Fallsview Spa. With a calming atmosphere and glorious views of the falls, the spa creates a stress-free environment where your worries will melt away. Couples massages, body treatments, and facials are available so you can spend more time with your loved one, or you can unwind alone with any of the fantastic treatments offered by trained specialists.