From CBC News:
Every year, millions of people flock to Niagara Falls, Ont., shelling out hundreds of dollars for hotels, restaurants and attractions clustered around the towering falls. But at some businesses, visitors are finding a contentious tourism fee is now a mandatory part of their bill.
CBC’s Marketplace, which has looked into the tourism fee before, returned to Niagara Falls with hidden cameras in January to see how things have changed after receiving dozens of complaints from consumers about the fee.
Earlier this week I received an email newsletter from the Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls – Fallsview. Read More…
Last week I received the latest email newsletter from the Falls Avenue Resort.
Yesterday I received an email newsletter from the Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls – Fallsview.
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From Niagara This Week:
A pair of Niagara Parks attractions will be closed temporarily over the next few weeks.
The shutdowns at the Butterfly Conservatory and Niagara’s Fury attractions are to accommodate for annual maintenance programs. These closures allow Niagara Parks staff to carry out needed maintenance to ensure the continued operation of these popular year-round attractions…
Niagara’s Fury will close on Jan. 16, reopening by Feb. 11. Wonder Pass holders will be able to substitute for admission to NPC’s Floral Showhouse or the IMAX Theatre during this period.
Earlier this week I received the latest email newsletter from the Falls Avenue Resort.
Last week I received the latest email newsletter from Safari Niagara. They are promoting their season membership. When my kids were very small, they used to have a deal where when you bought one adult membership, the child was free. We took advantage of that deal for several years in a row. I haven’t been to Safari Niagara now in a few years.
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