Welcome to Cannery Lofts.

Your home away from home in the heart of Niagara Falls.

Our independent hotel offers 41 loft-style accommodations that are perfect for long-term stays featuring full kitchens and industrial-style interiors with 12-foot exposed ceilings – our units are sure to impress!

At Cannery Lofts, we understand that sometimes you need to stay a little longer than just a few nights. That’s why we cater to long-term stays and offer flexible rental options to fit your needs. Whether you’re here for work, school, or just looking for an extended getaway, we’ve got you covered.

Cannery Lofts - Suite 109 - Bedroom and Kitchen

Relax and unwind.

When you’re not out exploring, relax and unwind in our comfortable and stylish accommodations. Each unit features all the comforts of home, including a fully-equipped kitchen, comfortable beds, and plenty of space to stretch out and relax. And with our industrial-style interiors, you’ll feel like you’re staying in a trendy New York City loft.

But don’t just take our word for it, our distribution partners including AirBNB, Expedia, Booking.com and VRBO all agree that Cannery Lofts is the perfect place to stay when you’re looking for something a little more special. And if you prefer to book directly with us, we offer competitive rates to make your stay even more enjoyable.

Location, location, location!

Located on Lewis Avenue, Cannery Lofts is adjacent to three other Merani Hotel Group properties, including the Sterling Inn & Spa, Days Inn, and Greg Frewin Theatre. Our central location means that you’re never far from all the action, including the world-famous Niagara Falls, Clifton Hill, and a host of other attractions. Explore the area below!

Contact Us!

Thompson & Norris Corrugated Cardboard Company
Niagara Falls (Ontario) Public Library
Can Storage


Built in 1909, the building which is now known as Cannery Lofts was initially an industrial complex called the Thompson & Norris Corrugated Cardboard Company. It produced cardboard boxes but closed in 1920 and was sold to the American Can Company. Despite a cyclone that year, the building survived.

From 1920 to 1930, it operated as a can plant and later manufactured can-making equipment and aircraft parts during World War II. It transformed into the Spaghetti Tree Restaurant & the Cannery Inn in 1991.

In 1993, the building housed the International Buddhist Zen Temple until it was acquired by the Merani Hotel Group in 2019. The group recognized its potential as a short or long-term stay option for tourists exploring the beauty of the Niagara Region. Today, the Merani Hotel Group is an independent hospitality management company known for exceptional guest experiences, meaningful opportunities for their team, and positive impact in international communities. They maintain superior quality across their portfolio of hotels, restaurants, and an arcade.

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