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Toll-Free: 1-877-783-7772
Website: Sterling Inn & Spa
Contact: E-Mail the Inn

5195 Magdalen Street
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
L2G 3S6

Telephone: 289-292-0000

Rhonda Hughes

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Sterling Inn & Spa is 1 hour from Toronto and one hour from Buffalo. In the heart of the Niagara region.

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About The Inn

Built in 1928 by Fred Cairns, Cairns Creameries was one of the largest dairies and ice cream producers in the region. In 1930 Cairns Creameries was purchased by Bordens Dairy. Over the next 44 years, Bordens Dairy became a landmark in Niagara Falls with its freshly bottled milk, rich ice cream, and giant concrete milk bottle. It was the last dairy in the area where the traditional milk man could be seen on horse and carriage delivering glass bottles of milk door to door. Bordens Dairy operated until 1974.

In 2007 the “old dairy building” was transformed into the Sterling Inn & Spa. As one of Niagara Falls' only Boutique Hotel, the Sterling Inn & Spa is a fusion between a luxury hotel and a fine inn. From the tranquility of the full service spa to AG, the fine dining restaurant offering regional cuisine in a cool urban setting, the Sterling Inn & Spa is truly an experience in itself. With amenities and rooms that cater to couples, the Sterling Inn & Spa is the perfect place for a honeymoon or romantic getaway. All guests of the Sterling Inn & Spa enjoy complimentary breakfast in bed, parking and high speed internet. The Sterling Inn & Spa is located just minutes from Clifton Hill, Casino Niagara and the Falls.


• 41 Rooms • Full Dining
  • Limited wheelchair access
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    Accommodations The contemporary and spacious guestrooms at the Sterling Inn & Spa feature wet bars, refrigerators, 31” Flat Panel LCD televisions, and a custom designed Sterling Dreams King Size Bed. The extra large bathrooms come equipped with oversized showers with rain shower heads and body jets. Taking comfort and relaxation to another level, every room also has either a two-person jetted tub or steam shower, turning your glass enclosed shower into your own personal steam room.

    Upon entering this unique and contemporary restaurant, it is easy to be drawn into the textures and colours that flow around you. Whatever your mood you will find space at AG to accommodate it. The first stop inside is the impressive bar area of the restaurant - a hip place for an after work cocktail or gathering with friends. Just relaxing with friends and a bottle of wine? Move over to the lounge; an intimate area where you can sit back and relax. Larger groups will love the private Chef’s Table, seating 8 -14 people, it is the perfect place for that special occasion. Or perhaps you are in the mood to eat a world class meal, you’ve come to the right place. The atmosphere of the dining area flows seamlessly from the bar and lounge. Everything about it is sophisticated, yet relaxed. The seats are low; setting is intimate. Red and ivory leather adorn both walls and chairs, and rich red drapes hang from the sides of the corner booths. The decor seems to wrap itself around you, making you feel as if you really are sitting in the lap of luxury.

    Inspired by the growers and producers of Niagara the menu utilizes regional and seasonal ingredients, brought together by the inventive hand of Executive Chef, Cory Linkson. Beautifully designed, unique, and delicious dishes are crafted to satisfy the palate, while remaining true to the very essence of the ingredients. For more information on dining at Sterling Inn & Spa see Dining Menu

    Local Attractions

    Niagara Falls - – the Falls offers the excitement of Casino Niagara and Fallsview, night life and variety of golf courses. Niagara is home to many celebrated wineries that just a short drive from the hotel.

    Festival of Lights - – (November to February) dozens of light sculptures twinkle in snowy parks

    Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - – hundreds of free-flying butterflies in a tropical conservatory—a great way to beat the winter blues

    Shaw Festival - – (May to November) performances of works by Shaw and his contemporaries

    Fort George - – reconstructed fort with wooden palisades; exhibits and demonstrations relating to the War of 1812; re-enacted drills and events

    Bruce Trail - – eastern North America's premier trail traverses the region

    Port Dalhousie and the Welland Canal - – walking and cycling alongside huge international freighters, Port Dalhousie is a harbourside shopping village with an antique carousel

    Agri Tours - – a local firm provides tours of wineries, orchards and vineyards, farms and farm markets

    Balls Falls Conservation Area - – waterfall, picnicking, hiking on Niagara Escarpment; a premier picnic spot; walking trail to Jordan

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