Finding an ideal romantic guest house in Niagara-on-the-Lake does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Luisa's Suite Retreat, a nice option for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Niagara-on-the-Lake, Luisa's Suite Retreat is located a short distance from The Name Tree (0.0 mi) and King Street Gallery (0.1 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the guest house.
Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Niagara-on-the-Lake's popular lobster restaurants such as Treadwell, Cannery Restaurant, and OLiV Tapas Bar & Restaurant at Strewn Winery, all a short distance from Luisa's Suite Retreat.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular government buildings such as Niagara District Court House.
Luisa's Suite Retreat looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
My wife and I recently stayed here for the ice wine fest and have to say it was close to the action. It’s basically around the corner from the main drag of Niagara on the lake. On top of free parking Luisas is a very nice place to stay it’s so private and there are only 3 rooms to this establishment which meant no one to bother you. It’s very private which we liked. The owners Tony and Maria really pay attention to every detail you may need to make your stay as comfortable as they can. If there are any issues they are just one quick call away and are happy to meet you upon arrival. Would definitely stay again and recommend to all our friends.
Located right in the middle of the historic district, Luisa's is a short walk from restaurants, theaters, and a scenic pathway along the lake and down the river. Although it is on King Street, it is located above the business fronting on the street, and the entrance is a clearly-marked door at the back. There is ample free parking behind the building, off Johnson street. Keypads give access to both the exterior door and your suite door; the owners will send the number to you beforehand (I believe another reviewer on this site gave a clue as to what that number would be --s/he was correct). There was a long flight of stairs to get up to the rooms, so I had to carry everything up. I had the Biscotti Suite, the smallest of the three. I was traveling solo, and the room was a good size for me, with a nice bed and one armchair. No balcony access, but that was not a problem. There is a bar sink, microwave, toaster, and basic flatware and plates/dishes. The one thing I didn't find and needed was a corkscrew! Bring your own if you are touring wineries. There were two breakfast restaurants nearby, so the "bed" without "breakfast" was not a logistical problem. Finally, the owners were great and responsive. I had no problems, but they were easy to contact, and gave me a heads up about some construction work planned for the next morning.…
Luisas Suite Retreat is a great place to stay if you plan on visiting Niagara-on-the-Lake. Great location! Within walking distance to Downtown and the Shaw. Nice quaint room. We stayed in the room with the balcony overlooking King St. Definitely will stay again the next time we are at the wine festival.
It is hard to find. There is a little sign at the top right of the front of the building. However you must go around the corner on Johnson Street to the candy cane colored barrier and park in one of the two dedicated spots. There were 3 rooms so not sure how the parking works but no problem for our stay. The barrier opens as you drive up but you need a code to get out. At the rear of the building there is a sign at a door with a combination lock. The code on our paperwork didn't work. It should be the last 4 digits of the phone number you gave when reserving. How do I know all of this? Mostly from the kind people in the Bosley Real Estate Office on the bottom floor and not from my paperwork from the lodging office wherever it is. The real estate folks called Tony and got the correct code for the outside door. It also worked for our room. I found our room by trying the code in all of the doors until it worked. By the way the real estate folks have no connection to the lodging but I could tell they had a lot of experience helping folks with similar problems. Tony arrived on the scene in time to help me with our largest bag up the ~ 20 steps. He was quite personable and explained all of the particulars of the room. It was well equipped with a small fridge, tea and coffee maker, microwave, window air conditioner, TV and safe. We had the Biscotti Suite. It had room for a comfy chair and small desk and chair but I would not call it a suite. It was a little bigger than a cruise ship suite and laid out about the same. There was a nice balcony outside our window but we did not have access to it. It must be an amenity for the Tortierre Suite next door. Best thing going for it was the location just a block off of the intersection of Queen and King streets. Room was very well equipped but a little cramped. Bed was soft at the sides. Sleep too close to the side and feel that you may slide off. The shower was large enough but the shower head was fixed at an angle that hit my head and chest but not lower. In addition there was no shelf or hanger to put your wash cloth, soap and shampoo. Having said all of that our 2 night stay was kind of fun in a quirky way but I would look for a larger place with on-site staff in the future.…
We were met by Tony who graciously offered to help with bags up to room. We were given tour and saw 2 other rm in case interested for another visit ( which we will be doing for sure) with friends and family. We had the truffle suite mini apartment. It had everything we needed including space to lounge and relax. In summer this rm options has an amazing south facing patio with grill and seating for up to six. Maria had Perrier and biscotti as welcome gifts and Tony showed all appliances, utensils and cooking amenities included for stay. Terry cloth robes were nice touch along with toiletries and coffee and tea welcome packs. Touch codes entry for both apartment and parking so no keys required. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION -- fabulous as around corner literally form main street in village. Walking distance to everything. Easy access from gated parking lot and easy to locate on driving map. Shuttle to all wineries departs from parking lot adjacent to location. Great to park car and enjoy Niagara on the lake transit too. Many thx for great stay and we loved the "werthers" too. Check out other rm types for stay that will suit what best accommodates your vacation.…
Gorgeous room at Luisa's. Maybe a bit snug in the bathroom in the room we're in but there's great space and light efficiency going on. Beautiful decor, comfortable bed. Lovely place to stay. Not much to do in Niagara on the Lake -maybe a day or so, so if you stay here visit the falls etc etc. Cute town though!
Luisa's has been our home for 2 short days and yet it will be a good memory to last long! The hosts are fantastic with the preparation and arrival. They wanted to welcome us even at midnight! Our suite is the biggest. If you're not too many in your party, choose a smaller suite because they have verandahs that face King Street. But otherwise we enjoyed ours, safe for kids! But our suite is very spacious, clean and complete with amenities like almost we're home. It's actually good they don't have CNN made it a real retreat. Location is central, a few steps to center of town (to the clock), and parking is no worries, Decently lighted.
My husband luckily found this gem in the heart of Niagara on the Lake when we decided fairly last minute to come to the Wine region for a long Fall weekend. The room was lovely and clean, spacious, decor completely in line with the quaint feel of Historic Town NOTL. Amenities were thoughtful and generous, and we were warmly greeted by our host, Tony. We were a little disappointed that our room wasn't cleaned and amenities weren't refreshed, but it was the weekend the clocks "fell back" and I think the rooms were cleaned at around 8 a.m. when we were still lounging around. My only suggestion to our hosts would be to circle back later in the day to drop off fresh coffee cups and clean towels. Otherwise a wholly satisfying experience and we'll be back again!
When we first arrived we were warmly greeted by the owner, Tony. Right away I felt like we were staying at a relative's home. We stayed in their largest suite with the full kitchen and private balcony. No detail was overlooked - both in decorating and in what they provided for us to use. We were given a little welcome treat of biscotti and water and perrier...lovely sweet touch! The room was clean, warm and inviting. The bathrobes were such an elegant touch. Having a full service kitchen and BBQ to use, we were able to make our own meals. I love staying in a place that combines a B&B with a hotel: you get the personal touches of a B&B, without the intrusivness of staying in someone's home. Tony and Maria are just a phone call away if you need them, but really they have thought of everything and nothing is lacking. I can't wait to come back!…
We were able to spend a few days here. Access is easy (free parking and right near the door), location is great and the facility is clean. There are 3 suites located above an office (a good number of steps up to get to the suite). The owner is always available by phone. The suite was very clean and contained everything you would need to enjoy the stay. We had an outdoor patio and enjoyed the view on King Street. The only thing we did not enjoy was it looked like no one had cleaned off the bugs on the outside porch in awhile. We were dodging some big webs! If you are looking for a nice clean room right in the middle of the town's excitement, this is the location. I would not hesitate going back!