When you look outside and all you see is snow and feel is cold, it’s time to book a winter getaway to Niagara-on-the-Lake to fill the season with warmth, brightness and joy. Instead of struggling to get to work in the slush, take a break from the subzero chill and visit Vintage Hotels for the Warm up to Winter Getaway.
Plan a Winter Getaway in Niagara
Choose from Prince of Wales, Pillar & Post or Queen’s Landing to spend the evening in a truly elegant hotel where only the amenities and service rival their aesthetic appeal. Each hotel is conveniently located within the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s charming town, so you have easy access to eclectic shops, cafes and indoor and outdoor activities that are fun all year round.
From now until March 31st, you can visit the hotels’ luxurious accommodations for an overnight stay starting at just $189 per room. Your stay at Prince of Wales, Pillar & Post or Queen’s Landing will also include a specialty coffee served fireside, so you and your loved one can enjoy one another’s company while defrosting.
Eat, Drink and Bask in Warmth this Winter with Vintage Hotels
Each of the Vintage Hotels in Niagara boasts award-winning restaurants and unparalleled wine selections for guests who appreciate the finer side of dining. Our Executive Chefs put their hearts, souls and highest quality ingredients into their dishes, so regardless of what you order, you will be wowed by the technique and thoughtfulness of your meals and wine pairings.
Steep in relaxation by taking a swim in our indoor pools or visit one of the two most renowned spas in Niagara at Prince of Wales and Pillar & Post. From massages to body wraps with rejuvenating qualities, you and your sweetheart can focus on your health and wellness in an upscale spa environment where you’ll be pampered from head to toe.
Book Your Winter Getaway with Vintage Hotels
If you’re looking to experience the most exceptional hotel experiences that Niagara has to offer, book your Warm up to Winter Getaway now and have something truly special to look forward to before the snow melts.