January 3, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Queen's Landing in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada
Stately Georgian-style elegance, gracious service and a spectacular waterfront setting make Queen's Landing Inn & Conference Resort an idyllic retreat from the cares of everyday life. This member of Vintage Inns resides in the historic village of Niagara-on-the-Lake, less than two hours outside Toronto in Ontario, Canada. From individually decorated bedrooms to Les Clefs d'Or concierge to original cuisine emphasizing organic produce at Tiara, each detail reflects a regard for the refinement of an earlier era.
In the bucolic Niagara region, you'll find a wealth of leisurely diversions. You might spend a quiet morning exploring the town's picturesque, 19th-century main street, or enjoy the short, scenic drive along the Niagara Parkway to Niagara Falls. After sampling a vintage or two at local wineries, or taking in a George Bernard Shaw play at the Shaw Festival, return for a casual patio barbecue at Bacchus Lounge or a spa treatment at one of the inn's sister properties.
Location of Queen's Landing
Nearest Airport: IAG
Amenities for Queen's Landing
- General Information
- 142 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Shuttle Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Wine Tasting
- Business Center/Services
Reviews for Queen's Landing
We spent a weekend at the Queen's Landing. What a fantastic hotel! The staff was exceptionally friendly, Tiara restaurant was wonderful; delicious food, great atmosphere and fabulous service. Shout out to Arthur, who was our waiter during breakfast: extremely cordial and made us feel right at home.
Frank went above and beyond to make sure that our pre-Christmas annual visit was above and beyond! His servant heart and attention to detail - over the top. He represents the hotel well in his role - exemplifying great service! Thanks so much Frank!
sylvesteralison - Brooklin, Canada
Queen's Landing was the location of a recent Executive Forum and the hotel and staff greatly enhanced all the participants experiences. The site is beautifully maintained, the rooms are superb and the dining is delicious. The assistance of Planner Peggy Cernick ensured the smooth operation of our event. The entire staff was friendly, helpful and professional and contributed to the positive reviews from.the attendees. Definitely a location I would recommend and return to.
Susanne B - Toronto, Canada
My niece was married at Queen's Landing in November. Native to the Niagara area, it was our first time attending an event and staying over night in NOTL. We reserved a suite, traveling with my adult children the suite had the pull out couch in the living room, a separate bedroom with a king bed for my husband and I felt it would be perfect for this special evening. I fully expected the Dock Master Suite to be in the main hotel, but it was actually a quaint century house just behind the hotel across from the marina. Having a passion for History, the renovated private home was absolutely perfect. There was a private parking area next to building. The main hotel lobby was a 30 second walk, entering near the dining room area. The bathroom was large with a deep jaccuzzi tub, and a glass shower stall next to the tub. The living room had a cozy feel, with the warmth of gas fireplace The 3 room suite in this century home had all the modern amenities. The Dock master suites provided privacy, a view of the marina, and only 30 seconds walk from the Dining room and lobby of the hotel, we were very happy. The Wedding was held in one of the luxurious ballrooms. We enjoyed pre-dinner cocktails with a delicious appetizer menu in the atrium before dinner. The setting was absolutely perfect. From the hotel, you can walk to any shop or any theatre in town. Niagara on the Lake is a very small town. However if you plan on visiting wineries, the wine route through the vineyards is best toured by bike or in a car. I noticed one reviews explaining that wineries were a 90 minute walk back to the hotel, this would be true for any hotel in NOTL. The vineyards are over many acres, and cover many km square. On foot you could visit one or two, but there are many more to see. There are many paved bicycle / pedestrian trails along the Niagara River at the front door of the Dock Master Suite. I highly recommend a walk along the Niagara River. You can walk to Fort George next to the hotel, or to the park and along the water front to Lake Ontario. Lovely hotel, great staff, and private suites.
yellind - Port Colborne, Canada
Spent the night recently. We had a beautiful suite. Newly renovated on the water side. Everything was top notch. Only 2 things...at this price point i would expect high quality toilet paper. It was the cheapest of the cheap. The other thing is they should provide a make up mirror as the sinks are very deep so the mirror is far away and its inconvenient when putting on make up. Otherwise its a great hotel. Walking distance to everything with a shuttle if needed. Free wine tasting passes as well. Definitely will stay again. Tiara restaurant is another store which i will review under that heading.
Lisa R - Owen Sound, Canada