News for the Hospitality Executive
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario, July 22, 2009 - After months of construction and anticipation, Canada's tallest hotel tower has opened its doors and forever changed the skyline in Niagara Falls, Canada. With the best views, the new Hilton Hotel & Suites Niagara Falls - Fallsview rises 500 meters (more than 5 football fields) over the thundering Falls.
The Hilton Hotel & Suites began its transformation to become the tallest hotel tower in Canada in January 2007. Now the largest resort in Niagara Falls, it boasts over 1,000 hotel rooms and suites, including two spectacular Presidential Suites on the 52nd Floor. Each elegantly appointed 2-bedroom suite features a sitting room with a fireplace, magnificent city or falls views and wireless technology.
The resort, which is attached to the Fallsview Casino, will also introduce two new dining options: Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse and Wine Bar and Ontario's first Romano's Macaroni Grill. Brasa's signature chef, Ricardo Zanona, has crafted a menu featuring 15 different cuts of the finest fire-roasted beef, pork, lamb and chicken, carved tableside and a world-class wine list to match. Guests can enjoy al fresco dining while taking in views of the bustling Fallsview Boulevard and the dancing fountains of Fallsview Casino.
To book your stay or learn more, go to www.niagarafallshilton.com.
Vice President of Marketing and Development
Hilton Niagara Falls Fallsview
Web Site: http://www.niagarafallshilton.com/
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