Prince of Wales Hotel

Prince of Wales Hotel Exterior

Hand-Picked Hotel

Elegant and cosy hotel bringing British-inspired hospitality to Niagara

The Prince of Wales Hotel dates back to 1867 and even though the Victorian theme and décor still exists, renovations have kept things up to date with modern amenities and a generous range of facilities. This includes an onsite restaurant, charcuterie and panini bar, an indoor pool, lounge and spa.

When it comes to dining, you’re spoilt for choice – the Noble Restaurant is the place to head for romantic fine dining, the Churchill Lounge serves up locally-brewed beers and classic pub fare, while the Drawing Room serves traditional afternoon tea, complete with sandwiches, pastries and scones. The charming décor is truly the most memorable aspect of the hotel, and it has been filled with bespoke art and features ornate details throughout. There’s also a shuttle bus available that can take guests to the hotel’s sister property, The Pillar and Post Inn, to use the amenities there as well.

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  • Award-winning holidays
  • ATOL protected
  • Incredible value

Highlights

Indoor pool

Sauna

Secret Garden Spa

Fitness classes

Noble Restaurant

Churchill Lounge

Overview

  • Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

  • Flights not included

  • Room Only

From £126 per person per night

Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm

Saturday: 9am - 6pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Prince of Wales Hotel Exterior
Prince of Wales Hotel Tea Room

Holiday details

Accommodation

All rooms are individually and uniquely decorated in the Victorian style which runs through the whole hotel. The Prince of Wales mixes comfort and luxury to make your trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake special.

Amenities

  • Restaurant
  • Churchill Lounge
  • Tea Room
  • Sauna
  • Indoor Pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Holiday location

Prince of Wales Hotel map

Local Area

Niagara-on-the-Lake is a lovely low-key resort in southern Ontario which sits on the shores of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Niagara River. It is close enough to Niagara Falls to make exploring easy but is a world apart in terms of atmosphere and ambience. The tree-lined streets of Niagara-on-the-Lake feature historic architecture especially along the popular Queen Street, and from the Prince of Wales Hotel you are mere steps away from boutiques, theatres and restaurants.

The wider Niagara region is well known for its orchards and wineries and there are many cellar doors close by the hotel which are worth a visit such as Château des Charmes Winery and Colaneri Estate. Many of the wineries specialise in ‘ice wine’, which is a dessert tipple made from grapes that have been allowed to remain on the vine until the first frosts of winter have concentrated their sweetness.

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