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Shaw Club Hotel & Spa
Niagara-on-the-Lake, CanadaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Shaw Club Hotel & Spa
A modern hotel and spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake, a Canadian city 25 minutes from Niagara Falls that's also home to more than 80 wineries.
If your North American Grand Tour brings you to Niagara Falls, try Ontario's Shaw Club hotel, a 25-minute drive north from the powerful cascades. It's the most modern property in the area, complete with black-and-white tiled bathrooms, contrasting wood and metal accents, and prints by local photographers. Travelers unwind in the small spa with treatments that incorporate local ingredients (there's vinotherapy, chocotherapy and maple-infused services), or head into the quaint village of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The hotel is superbly well-situated: it's located right across the street from the Shaw Festival Theatre and minutes from the Fort George National Historic Site, for 1812 battlefield tours and other themed events.
Ask the concierge about on-site bike rentals. The Greater Niagara Circle Route is just outside the hotel's front door.
Shaw Club can arrange a boat tour up the Niagara River. Don't forget a change of clothes!
Arrive at Buffalo International Airport (BUF) which is approximately 45 miles from the Inn. Anticipate about 1 hour of travel time.92 Picton Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa Services
- Fitness Room
- Carriage Rides (fee)
- Bicycle Rental (fee)
- River Rock Fireplace
- In-Town Shuttle Service
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Luxury Linens
- Plasma TVs
- i-Pod Stations
- Surround Sound System
- Multi-head Showers
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Tea/Coffee/Hot Chocolate
- Rain Head Showers
- Complimentary Newspaper
- In-Room Dining
- Max occupancy included in night rate is 2 adults and 1 child under 12 years. Over 12 years will be charged $20/night
- Continental Breakfast
- $25 Shaw Spa Voucher
Why We Love Niagara-on-the-Lake
This southern Ontario town along the Niagara River—about 30-minutes north of the Falls—is home to the Shaw Festival Theatre (for performances by emerging playwrights and classic works), charming Queen Street shops, and historic Fort George.
1249 Niagara Stone Rd.
Brunch for two $50.
Tee Time: Work on your golf swing at the oldest course in North America, Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club, which was founded in 1875.
143 Front St.
Where to Shop: Love Christmas? So does this city. Head to the Just Christmas shop on Queen Street, which stocks more than 5,000 Christmas-themed products year-round.
34 Queen Street.
Where to Drink: Visitors to the Ice House Winery on Niagara Parkway can taste the sweet post-dinner drink, or opt for the Northern Ice N'Icewine Slushie.
14778 Niagara Parkway.
Drinks for two $10.
Why Go Now
September - October 2012
Old Town Walking Tours
Ninety-minute tours of historic Fort George, Queens Royal Park, and more are offered throughout the fall.
September 21-30, 2012
Niagara Wine Festival
A street parade, family activities, and wine-and-cheese seminars in St. Catharine's Montebello Park.
October 13, 2012
Battle of Queenston Heights
Actors recreate the historic Fort George battle.
Taste the Season
Celebrate the harvest with food and wine pairings from 26 local vineyards.
January 11-27, 2013
A wintertime festival devoted to the area's icewine.