The Courtyard Niagara Falls Guides Visitors to the Best Seasonal Sights
NIAGARA FALLS, ON -- (Marketwired) -- With the holidays in the rearview mirror and summer vacation not far away, it can be easy to miss the opportunity that is Spring Break. Yet the weather, the timing and the lack of crowds make the March break an ideal time for a family getaway. And the Courtyard Niagara Falls has plenty of tips for how to best seize the opportunity for a vacation everyone will love.
As a premier family hotel in Niagara Falls, the Courtyard by Marriott appeals to parents and kids alike with its indoor pool, arcade/game room, two-room suites and free Wi-Fi. Plus its package options are designed with families in mind.
Travellers can delve into area attractions with the Kids Love Niagara Package (rates starting at $159.99 per night). The offer capitalizes on the hotel's location just minutes away from Niagara Falls' Clifton Hill. It includes 15 tokens for the Canadian Midway on Clifton Hill and four Ultimate Fun Passes for attractions like the Niagara SkyWheel and Glow in the Dark Miniature Golf, as well as accommodations, one dinner voucher at The Keg Steakhouse + Bar or TGIFridays and movie-and-popcorn night in the guest room.
Alternately, families can opt for the One Night Family Fun Package (rates starting at $189.99 per night), which includes accommodations at this top option among Niagara Falls hotels, breakfast, one dinner voucher for either The Keg or TGI Friday's, four SkyWheel passes and a movie-and-popcorn night in the guest room.
With packages, amenities and a location just a 10-minute walk away from the Falls, the hotel is uniquely positioned to reveal the best things to do in Niagara Falls, Canada. Topping the shortlist recently posted on its blog are nature-oriented activities. Guests, for example, can experience Nature Day at Niagara Falls Museums (offering tutorials on biodiversity, conservation and animal survival tactics), or invest in the Niagara Parks Wonder Pass, which affords access to Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara's Fury and the Butterfly Conservatory.
Visitors are also encouraged to arrive for March Break Adventure Camp at the Heartland Forest between March 16 and 19 for scavenger hunts, hikes and plenty of interesting facts on everything from frogs to "antlered animals." Or they can discover the habits of nocturnal creatures like bats and glow-in-the-dark scorpions at the Butterfly Conservatory.
History buffs, meanwhile, can travel back in time at the White Meadows Farms Sugar Bush Adventure. During each weekend through the end of March, families can check out period reenactments, tree tapping for syrup, face-painting and more.
About the Courtyard Niagara Falls
A stay as timeless as Niagara Falls awaits at the Courtyard Niagara Falls. This contemporary, 4-star hotel welcomes visitors with a flexible lobby featuring a GoBoard for the latest travel information, a fitness centre, an indoor/outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel. In addition to 113 guest rooms, 145 suites include two-room options, as well as those outfitted with whirlpools and fireplaces. Corporate guests stay productive in the 24/7 business centre and more than 1,200 square feet of meeting space. And dining options include tempting morning buffets and an onsite T.G.I. Fridays and The Keg Steakhouse + Bar. Best of all, the glories of Niagara Falls -- including casinos, the Scotiabank Convention Centre and the entertainment of Clifton Hill -- are within minutes of this premier business and family-friendly hotel.
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CONTACT: Courtyard Niagara Falls 5950 Victoria Avenue Niagara Falls, Ontario L2G 3L7 Canada 1-905-358-3083 http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/iagcy-courtyard-niagara-falls/