Friday, August 28, 2015


By Eva Fydrych

Old Stone Inn
Rustic charm & luxury amenities

Photos courtesy of Old Stone Inn (Click to enlarge)

Charming Old Stone Inn is Niagara Falls' only historical boutique hotel located five minutes away from the famous Falls. It offers unique mix of traditional flair with modern convenience.

The hotel provides everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay: from an indoor swimming pool and a quiet courtyard where you can read the latest lifestyle magazines to well-equipped bedrooms and a variety of dining options available at the beautifully designed Flour Mill Restaurant.

Old Stone Inn offers various accommodation packages including "Stay & Discover Wine Country" and "Nothing Like Boutique Shopping" with your personal service attendant who will bring your bags to your room!

"This remarkable venue blends classic historic character with elegance and well-thought design." -

Time To Relax

Indoor sun loungers (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Pool area 

Swimming pool (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

A Bit of History

The distinctive stone building of The Old Stone Inn dates back to the beginning of the century. Built originally as a three-storey structure and one of the region’s leading flour mills, the foundation stone was laid on 4 July 1904.

"Throughout the years, the Old Stone Inn has entertained and accommodated distinguished patrons including Prime Minister Trudeau (his podium remains on property at the present time), Olympian Dorothy Hamil, Princess Diana and many others." -

You can read more about the hotel's history here.

Hotel interiors (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Hotel interiors

Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine

Wonderful Experience

Fashion Studio Magazine spent two nights at Old Stone Inn in May 2015. Our trip to Niagara Falls was a delightful break from the hectic life and busy schedule in Toronto. 

Our room (314) was very spacious and featured elegant black and white design. Comfortable bed and modern bathroom with all necessary amenities (bathrobes, hairdryer, Molton Brown toiletries) made our stay pleasant and relaxing.

Convenient location (walking distance to the falls!) was definitely one of our favourite features of the hotel. We also enjoyed the stylish indoor swimming pool and fresh food at The Flour Mill Restaurant.

Welcome To My Room

Room 314 (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Comfortable bed

NUVO Magazine available at the hotel

Molton Brown toiletries

Everything you need...

Shower curtain (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Dining In Style

"Dining in a Restaurant that has embraced its 1904 roots with rugged stone, warm woods, a natural burning fireplace, plush leather and velvet seating with textured wing backs all which exudes an opulent yet relaxing environment feels more like home than public place. If you are looking for quiet elegance, try signature private-dining venue, the chef's table. If it's night lift you are after, we have that too through the 1904 Bar or our outdoor lounge, Stone Square." -

The Flour Mill Restaurant, located on the ground floor, offers fresh, locally-sourced food in trendy surroundings. All meals are made to order using only the finest ingredients from hotel's favourite farmers and artisanal producers.

The restaurant is open daily for breakfast (8am to 11am), lunch (12pm to 3pm), and dinner (5pm to 10pm). Highly recommended!

The Flour Mill Restaurant

The Flour Mill Restaurant (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Unique decor

Delicious breakfast (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

What We Like

  • Location!
  • Indoor swimming pool (open daily from 9am to 10pm)
  • Dining at The Flour Mill Restaurant
  • Friendly customer service
  • Charming, home-away-from-home atmosphere
  • Complimentary Molton Brown toiletries
  • Separate sink and makeup desk in the room (what a wonderful idea!)
  • Comfortable bathtub
  • Spacious guest room (314)
  • Elegant black & white colour palette

Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine, May 2015

About Niagara Falls

Shared by the United States and Canada, Niagara Falls is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. It is estimated that around 30 million people pay a visit to Niagara Falls each year, with numbers rising all the time.

The City of Niagara Falls is a small vibrant city located in the heart of the Niagara Region. Visitors are often surprised by Niagara’s fascinating history and rich cultural heritage. The city is connected to the U.S. side of the falls by several bridges, including the Rainbow, Whirlpool, and Queenston-Lewiston bridges.

City of Niagara Falls (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Niagara Region has become famous for its wines and is quickly gaining international recognition as 'must-visit' destination to enjoy a beautiful country escape with a bit of food and drink. Twenty-five vineyards dot the landscape just 15 to 20 minutes outside Niagara Falls in quiet and charming Niagara-on-the-Lake. The entire Niagara wine region along the shores of Lake Ontario is home to over 50 wineries.
Source: Niagara Tourism

To find out more about the famous Falls and all available tourists attractions - from boat trips to helicopter tours - please click here.

The Flour Mill Restaurant - table decor (Photo by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)


Old Stone Inn is conveniently located on Fallsview Boulevard in the Entertainment District.

The hotel is directly across from both the red and blue WEGO travel line, within walking distance to many Niagara Falls attractions (a 4-minute walk from Skylon Tower, 450 metres from Fallsview Casino Resort and 1.3 kms from Horseshoe Falls) and a quick cab to other parts of Niagara Falls or the region, making it a great base for exploring the city.

To read more about the hotel's neighbourhood, please click here.


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6080 Fallsview Blvd
Niagara Falls, ON L2G

Phone: +1 905-357-1234

*Special thank you to Old Stone Inn for hosting Fashion Studio Magazine in May 2015.

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