The city of Niagara Falls has given approval for three high-rise hotels to be built on a 4.7-hectare parcel of land on Robinson Street between the Skylon Tower and Clifton Hill. One will be 56 storeys high and the other two, 38 storeys high. Each hotel will cost between $180 million to $200 million to build, providing about 2,000 permanent full-time jobs.

Currently, the tallest hotel in the city is the 56-storey Hilton Hotel and Suites on Fallsview Boulevard.

These three hotels built 25 metres apart, will offer 1,811 more hotel rooms to visitors.

It has not yet been announced when construction of these three hotels will begin.

Above is a photo of where the hotels will be built.

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