Niagara Falls is an unwavering force of nature and history, where thundering falls cuff through the former capital of Upper Canada, and forts, landmarks and museums enrich your sense of heritage or a venerable swath of vineyards help you forget everything you just learned about Canada's past. First time visitors will enjoy the easy camp of Clifton Hill, while repeat travellers find themselves continually refreshed by the grandeur of the falls. Ramada Plaza is a central, economical escape for the budget-savvy traveller who is looking to visit Niagara without sacrificing any of its token experiences.
At nearby Seneca Casino, 4,200 slot machines spread across the casino floor, and a host of much loved table games are also available. Players face off against their dealer in the fast paced casino favourite Black Jack, and Craps, Roulette, and Poker are also available. After working up an appetite, or building up your bank account, stop by Don Cherry's Sports Grill at the Ramada for a Great White North burger or a pot of Rose’s homemade chili before retiring to your Deluxe Room accommodations or taking a dip in one of the hotel's three pools.
Skylon restaurant watches over Niagara from a picturesque perch high above the falls, where the world famous revolving restaurant serves up a matchless dining experience with its roast prime rib and breathtaking views. Pair a tiger shrimp cocktail with your sirloin steak, or have a glass of local Riesling in honour of Niagara's affluent wine reputation. The surrounding local vineyards make a worthwhile day trip, where beautiful vines clutch the cold climate grapes responsible for some of the world's best ice wine.
Niagara Falls offers entertainment for everyone, and the town is constantly reinventing itself with new ways to explore. From glow-in-the-dark mini-golf to helicopter rides over the falls, there is something for everyone's budget. Travel on the Maid of the Mist or journey behind the falls to the observation decks that line the underside of the Horseshoe Falls. Visit the wax museums and ride simulators at Clifton Hill, or get dressed up to attend a lecture on wine and food pairing at one of the nearby vineyards.