Prince of Wales
Address6 Picton Street Niagara on the LakeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Prince of N-o-t-L, an elegant Victorian hotel, was knocked into shape around 1864 and retains much of its period primp: vaulted ceilings, timber-inlay floors, red-waistcoated bellhops. Frills and floral prints seem angled toward the elderly and honeymooners, but it's the perfect spot for anyone looking to splash out. Also on-site are a spa, afternoon tea and the excellent Escabeche restaurant. Parking costs $10. It's on the corner of King St.
Our independent authors have visited Prince of Wales and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Niagara-on-the-lake.
Description provided by property
Featuring elegant, Victorian-style rooms and a contemporary spa, this luxury hotel is just 2 blocks from Lake Ontario. The on-site restaurant holds a traditional English tea time every day.
Rooms at the Prince of Wales Hotel are individually decorated with antiques and tapestries. Each offers a flat-screen cable TV, in-room coffee maker and Wi-Fi.
Escabèche, the on-site restaurant, combines French traditions with fine local ingredients and wines from around the world. Churchill Lounge, in the library, provides a more casual dining experience.
Guests of the Prince of Wales are welcome to relax in the art-lined indoor pool room or the whirlpool. The Secret Garden Spa offers a variety of massage and tea-based treatments. A complimentary shuttle bus between the sister properties is available where guests are welcomed to use their facilities.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Prince of Wales Hotel is 2.5 km from Fort George and 3 km from Jackson-Triggs Winery. The Shaw Festival Theatre is just 600 metres away.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
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