Courtyard by Marriott Niagara Falls Opens

 
 

Small Market Meetings
Published September 01, 2017

NIAGARA FALLS, New York — Courtyard by Marriott Niagara Falls, which offers nearly 500 square feet of meeting space in a terrific location, is now open. Featuring an innovative lobby space as well, the new hotel provides flexibility and choices that allow guests to customize their travel experience.

Located at 900 Buffalo Avenue, the building was constructed in 1912 and originally housed the Niagara Chocolate Company. It was later occupied by a number of other companies and then converted to executive offices and the headquarters for Moore Business Forms when it first established a presence in Niagara Falls. The building is an example of Art Deco style, predominated by its limestone facades with granite inset panels.

The 82-room hotel offers guests convenient access to Niagara Falls, the Maid of the Mist and the Cave of the Winds.

Signature furniture and architectural elements replace traditional art in the new guest rooms. The LoungeAround sofa offers a pop of color and a comfortable area for relaxing or working. The new design also features a light desk on wheels, which allows guests to work from anywhere in the room.

The Courtyard Niagara Falls also offers the Refreshing Business Lobby environment, where guests can enjoy an open and bright area outside their rooms. Along with media pods, complimentary Wi-Fi and a variety of seating zones, the redefined space is convenient for everything from pop-up meetings to social gatherings. The lobby also features The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect., which offers casual, flexible seating; easy access to a high-quality, healthful menu for breakfast; and light evening fare including snacks, cocktails, wine and beer so guests can unwind.

Throughout the hotel, guests can connect with ample electrical outlets. The business library features several computer terminals, along with a printer and separate computer stations dedicated solely to printing airline boarding passes and checking flight statuses.