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    Water park, luxury hotel part of $70 million plan in Niagara Falls

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    From the Buffalo News:

    Canadian hotel developer Michael DiCienzo wants to build a $50 million luxury hotel and a $20 million “daredevil-themed” water park on the U.S. side of Niagara Falls, but the Niagara Falls mayor sounded less than supportive of the project on Tuesday.

    DiCienzo’s company is proposing a 200-room, upscale hotel with “oversized suites” to be added on top of the existing Sheraton at the Falls hotel on Third Street, across from Seneca Niagara Casino. American Niagara Hospitality says it is negotiating “with a recognized, musically themed hotel brand.”

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    Niagara Falls Hotel Wins Travelocity Excellence Award

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    From a Marketwire press release:

    Excellence isn’t just acquired, it’s earned, and the hard work of the staff at the Niagara Falls Marriott Gateway on the Falls has paid off, putting the Niagara Falls luxury hotel among an exclusive group of hotels to receive the 2012 Travelocity Excellence Award.

    The award honors this Niagara Falls hotel in Ontario, Canada as one of the best based on its performance on Travelocity in regards to both sales/booking and customer reviews. Only 550 of the hotels on Travelocity receive this award, a testament to excellence in the industry.

    Travelocity Names Luxury Hotel in Niagara Falls a Top 5 Canadian Destination

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    From a Marketwire press release:

    The last long weekend of the summer is quickly approaching, and with the Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa you can refresh and revive before autumn arrives at one of Canada’s top boutique hotels in Niagara Falls.

    According to Travelocity.ca, Niagara Falls and the Marriott Fallsview are one of Canada’s Top 5 Destinations this Labour Day weekend.

    I unclear on what this is actually saying… Is the Marriott claiming that Travelocity says they are a top 5 destination, or that the Niagara Falls is? I can’t imagine that the Marriott is a top 5 destination in all of Canada. And is the Marriott considered a boutique hotel when it is that big?

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