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"Seagram" Tower

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"Seagram" Tower

Just wondering what is in the top of the tower once called the Seagram Tower (and shaped like a shot glass). There are about six floors of space up there.

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1. Re: "Seagram" Tower

This is presently called the Konica Minolta Tower Center. Although there is still a restaurant and observation level at the top, most of it is now the Ramada Plaza hotel.

http://www.niagaratower.com/

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2. Re: "Seagram" Tower

this is one of our favorite hotels in niagara...looking forward to going back on december.......

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3. Re: "Seagram" Tower

Those are actually hotel rooms up there! Amazing location -- don't know why it's not more famous!! Thanks for all the quick information.

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4. Re: "Seagram" Tower

the top 4 floors are hotel rooms, with the 2 bottom ones being a restaurant and an observation deck.....Its so neat getting off the evevator and having to walk in a circle to get to your oom....

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