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Embassy Suites Niagara Falls Fallsview Friday Special from $95 CDN /$70 USD

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Sr. Member
Jan 19, 2007
643 posts
214 upvotes
Just stayed there last week after buying the same deal. As someone mentioned parking is $60 but Fallsview parking is a 5 minute walk and the parking exit is as well. Parking for us changed overnight to $10 and you pay the rate when leaving.

Managers reception ends at 6 pm, snacks include carrots, chips, and pretzels. Drinks are the usual pop, juice, and coffee and the alcoholic drink is either Thornton pla on tap or typical cocktails like vodka cran.

I was really disappointed with the wine passes. They were buy one get one free coupons which to me is not wine prices for two.

Make sure to make a reservation if you go to the Keg - I found it though to be my least favorite location for service and food quality.

As usual the casino voucher requires you to sign up for the PAC card.

Overall I enjoyed the stay although it was busy. I'd have preferred to stay at the courtyard Marriott however.
Sr. Member
Dec 6, 2007
567 posts
5 upvotes
deal not dead still available. Just booked a friday
Newbie
Jul 30, 2011
32 posts
14 upvotes
RICHMOND HILL
tkddad wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 6:51 pm
Just notice that the tif "tax" at Embassy is 10%.
Ya, horrible 10% fake tax, and they won't remove it, even if you ask.
Newbie
Feb 3, 2014
27 posts
7 upvotes
riggs123 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 10:36 pm
Ya, horrible 10% fake tax, and they won't remove it, even if you ask.
Did anyone have success in getting the 10% fake tax removed during their stay?
Newbie
Apr 8, 2017
50 posts
78 upvotes
Hamilton
From what I've researched about the three restaurant vouchers, all three menus seem to be marked up to cover your coupon and their business seems to be primarily serving hotel guests with vouchers. I even read that Ruth's Chris might have 2 menus, 1 for regular guests and 1 for voucher holders. Apparently they ask at the door if you have a coupon. Very sketchy. We bought this deal, we're going for our anniversary, but I think we're going to skip the dinning voucher and instead visit a better rated restaurant.
Jr. Member
May 27, 2008
114 posts
32 upvotes
Toronto
Cdn4evr wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:45 am
Did anyone have success in getting the 10% fake tax removed during their stay?
I stayed there a couple years ago, and just as recently as a couple months ago. First time they removed the tax without question. Apparently in April (I believe) they've put in a 'policy' where they are no longer removing this.

Park at the Casino as mentioned.

And Copacabana is right across the street, with Brasa just a couple blocks away. If you're feeling carnivorous, I recommend either over the 'deal coupons'
Newbie
Nov 12, 2013
90 posts
36 upvotes
Toronto, ON
HeadStrong wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 7:50 am
From what I've researched about the three restaurant vouchers, all three menus seem to be marked up to cover your coupon and their business seems to be primarily serving hotel guests with vouchers. I even read that Ruth's Chris might have 2 menus, 1 for regular guests and 1 for voucher holders. Apparently they ask at the door if you have a coupon. Very sketchy. We bought this deal, we're going for our anniversary, but I think we're going to skip the dinning voucher and instead visit a better rated restaurant.
Do not go to Ruth Chris. They definitely mark up their menu, the food sucks and it was crazy expensive. We went to the Keg and they did not mark up the prices as it was the same as every other place so I would recommend to get the Keg voucher if anything.
Deal Addict
Jan 17, 2010
2285 posts
309 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Is this for one night only? :O
Deal Addict
Feb 20, 2007
2819 posts
1102 upvotes
Deal is dead cheapest room is like $190 after taxes and fees now.
Deal Addict
Jun 18, 2008
1175 posts
52 upvotes
Looking at one of these deals to go in a few weeks. What's the best package for couples? View of the falls would be nice.

Also, in regards to the vouchers, are the prices at places like The Keg really more expensive at Niagara Falls?
Newbie
Apr 8, 2017
50 posts
78 upvotes
Hamilton
yourmemory wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 2:36 pm
Also, in regards to the vouchers, are the prices at places like The Keg really more expensive at Niagara Falls?
Yes, check their TripAdvisor reviews.

We are going to visit Weinkeller instead of the voucher restaurants. the reviews are better and the price is the same with the vouchers. Plenty of great restaurants in Niagara falls that aren't tourist traps

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