Sunday, February 15, 2009
The Great Wolf Lodge
Its so fun...i loved it there never get bored. The kids and adults have fun. The Great Wolfe Lodge is a nice indoor water park setting. At night they had story time in the entrance of the lodge. There is a game room and a snack bar in the water park area and a restaurant. Try it and have some fun!!!
Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark Resort Hotel is a resort and waterpark all in one, you'll enjoy two days of play with any one-night stay. Take thrills to the limit and get swept away. With over 100,000 sq. ft. of spectacular indoor water adventures, there's something for everyone. Come see what it's all about! At Great Wolf Lodge, the hotel is helping families create lasting memories. And, with more than 100 certified lifeguards on staff, you can count on a safe, secure place for your family to play.
So fasten your nose plugs, because family time has never been so much fun! With 2.5 million litres of rides, slides and wet family fun, Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls is making a splash! After an action-packed day of rides, slides, pools and fun, the adventure continues in your family's guest suite. From bunk beds and kids' cabins to themed rooms, Great Wolf Lodge brings the Northwoods inside with lodge-inspired guest rooms designed for kids and parents alike.
The hotel focuses on its log cabin, rustic ambience with themed restaurants, shops and décor. Antler Shanty Grub offers a 2,200-square-foot gourmet buffet with a special section just for children.
A timber wolf family and other woodland creatures live above the fireplace in the hotel's majestic five-story lobby. The animated critters come to life to delight guests of all ages. The nine minute show takes place twice daily.
Situated 3.5 km (2 mi) from downtown Niagara Falls and within 5 km (3 mi) of the falls themselves, Great Wolf Lodge houses an indoor water park with 13 slides, four pools, two spa tubs, and a treehouse water fort. Kept a balmy 84 degrees year round, the water park is exclusive to guests, who receive admission for the days of their stay and the day of their departure.