From a PRWeb press release seen on Yahoo! News:
With a little glitz and a lot of live music and entertainment, Niagara Fallsview Boulevard is the most happening place in Niagara Falls, Ontario this summer. Just 500 yard from the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, Fallsview Boulevard features the newest Niagara Falls Ontario hotels; the Las Vegas-style Fallsview Casino Resort; and a wide variety of restaurants and bars unique to Niagara Falls.
By day, there is no shortage of thrills in the Fallsview Boulevard area with such popular Niagara Falls attractions as Skylon Tower, with a revolving restaurant at the top, among other entertainment; Niagara Falls Freefall; Konica Minolta Tower; and the IMAX Theatre, which includes the Daredevil’s Museum, home to actual barrels in which people have gone over the Falls.
This picture was taken from the same spot in front of the Niagara Parks Police building, and the pictures weren’t touched up at all. One picture was taken facing west, and one facing east. This has been what the weather has been like so far this year. Partly sunny and partly cloudy. The one direction looks like a beautiful day. The other direction looks ominous.
It’s been a while since I received an email newsletter from Great Wolf Lodge but I did on Monday.
The mural on the front of the new Dave & Buster’s on Clifton Hill is coming along…
This isn’t directly Niagara Falls-related, but given how active the Hilton in Niagara Falls is on Twitter, I thought it was a relevant article.
From Hotels Magazine:
In the past couple months, Hilton Hotels Corp. has quietly begun experimenting with one of the most aggressive hotel marketing strategies on Twitter.
Hilton was actually relatively late to the Twitter game, only really jumping into the fray last month. But the company’s main Twitter handle, @hiltonsuggests, is now taking a tweet tack quite different than most of its industry rivals—one that I think may ultimately become the standard operating model, or at least one version of it.
Rather than waiting for would-be guests to come to them, @hiltonsuggests is taking a remarkably proactive approach to Twitter marketing.
From Niagara This Week:
He’s a little less than 30 cm tall, cute as a button and cuddly as a kitten.
And he sure gets around.
Dave Phillips-Jackson, a Teddy bear from Wales, has been taken to tourist sites all throughout England. His owner, Alison Phillips, sent him through the mail to a friend in Sweden. And for the last few weeks, he’s been in Niagara, where Phillips’ Facebook friend Mary Jane Baker, has shown him what it is like in Canada: taking him furniture shopping, taking him to the bank, and letting him supervise a backyard construction project.
The picture in the paper was of the teddy bear in front of the Falls. I can’t believe this was considered news…
From a PRNewswire press release seen on Yahoo! Finance:
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 piece goes on to talk about the restaurants. I’d love to try them!