Marriott on the Falls Blog
The official Canada spring has begun, starting on March 20th. This is when the snow begins to melt away and the flowers start to bloom – a massive transformation in Niagara Falls, which has more than its fair share of floral centrepieces, gardens and fecund parkland.More »
There are a lot of ways to get around the Niagara area – the public and private buses have well-developed networks and driving around the countryside is hassle-free. But the best way to get around both the town itself and around the picturesque landscape is cycling.More »
Which is the Closest Hotel to the Scotiabank Convention Centre?More »
Spring Break (sometimes called March Break) in Niagara Falls is a major occasion. The city comes alive during this week long school vacation. And with this seasons amazingly warm weather, there is plenty to see and do in the area.More »
Fireworks and illumination displays in Niagara Falls have become an integral part of the city’s festive atmosphere and night-time celebrations, from the New Year’s Eve celebrations to the Winter Festival of Lights.More »
Canada’s set-up for a big year in 2017, celebrating ‘Canada 150’, the anniversary of the 1867 Confederation, and the point at which Canada was no longer just a collection of colonies, but a nation.More »
If you enjoy wine and love chocolate, head to the Days of Wine and Chocolate event in Niagara-on-the-Lake this February.More »
It may be the year 2017 but across Canada the number is ‘150’. It’s the year Canada celebrates its sesquicentenary – in other words, its 150th anniversary as a nation.More »
There’s good news for wine lovers! The Niagara Icewine Festival 2017 will take place during three weekends this January. It’s a great opportunity to taste Niagara’s bounty of wonderful wines.More »
Looking at online maps of Niagara Falls and the surrounding area, it may be dwarfed by the sheer scale tools like Google Maps runs by. When you can zoom out to the scope of the entire globe, what is the Niagara Peninsula in comparison to all that?More »
Canada is known for many things, including world renowned parks, monuments and nature locales.
Many parks typically have entrance fees, which when taking into account the vast upkeep that goes with preservation, is understandable.More »
Niagara Falls New Year’s Eve 2016 was an outstanding success, as over 20,000 packed Queen Victoria Park to take part in this historic celebration.
New Year’s Eve marked the official kickoff of Canada 150, a year long, country wide celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday.More »