Valentine’s in Niagara Q&A

Poster for Valentines In Niagara, Feb 7-9, 2020

We understand you may have some questions about Valentine’s in Niagara, as so many couples do. Don’t worry, you are not alone! We’ll try to answer some of those questions here and alleviate your stress.

Q: What hotel is VIN hosted in?
A: We don’t disclose this information publicly, for the comfort and safety of our guests. This should help keep unregistered guests from just showing up to have a look. Please do not disclose the location to anyone.

Q: When will we find out then?
A: The week before the event we will send out an email with all the pertinent information you’ll need to find us and get settled in.

Q: We see that the hotel is sold out. What can we do if we still want to attend?
A: We do sell a limited number of Couples Passes. You are welcome to stay elsewhere and attend the events each day. Please drink responsibly if you need to leave at the end of the evening.

Q: We can’t attend the entire event. Can we just come for Saturday nights entertainment and dance?
A: No, we want to keep this as a vacation feel where all attendees are there for the entire weekend. Selling passes to just some of the events will surely change the feel of the event.

Q: We are new to the Lifestyle and aren’t ready to swap yet. Will we be outsiders?
A: Nope! There are plenty of couples who attend VIN who are there for the sexy atmosphere and to reconnect with their partner while making friends and enjoying the rest of what VIN Has to offer: entertainment, sexual education, and a fun, flirty atmosphere. There are hundreds of couples at VIN, and each are individual with their own goals and interests for the weekend.

Q: What food options are there at VIN?
A: You can BYOFood and eat in your room. There is a mini-fridge in every room. There is a grocery store very near the hotel, as well as several fast food options nearby: McDonald’s, Tim Horton’s, Pizza and several others within a block or two of the hotel.
The hotel has a restaurant on-site, which is open to the public so if you do go there, please dress and act appropriately.
Lastly, the hotel offers a buffet, served in the Courtyard. Just $134/pp (til Jan 30, $144 after) and includes weekend parking, 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 5 drinks per day, and late-night snacks. Call the hotel directly to book, or do so when checking in on Friday of VIN. (info for this will be in your email)

Q: What should we wear?
A: The pool and hot tubs are clothing optional. If you are naked, please sit on a towel.
We cover all exterior windows on the main floor (including the lobby) so our guests can dress in whatever way they wish. Most dress provocatively throughout the weekend, in sexy attire, costumes and various stages of undress. Daytime is more casual and we see everything from comfortable street clothes like cutoff jean shorts and short skirts to panties and nothing else. A lot of the ladies go topless or wear pasties, jewelry, etc. In the evening, most people dress in theme for the dance parties (Fri = Red & Glitz. Sat = Mardi Gras – Green, Gold, and Purple)…short skirts and plunging necklines, lingerie, bra/panties, and less. Remember, at Saturday nights Mardi Gras party we hand out hundreds of strands of beads to the guys, so when the ladies flash them, they receive beads, so wear something that’s easy to flash your tits if that’s your thing.

Q: Do we need to sign up for the seminars and workshops?
A: Not for any of the FREE ones! Just arrive at the designated start time and location, take a seat and join in! Some request being on time… please don’t arrive late for these.
We also have several PAID workshops and those you will need to pre-register/pay for as they have very limited space. These will be listed in the email you will get the week before the event with contact info, so feel free to reach out to the presenters ahead of time, either with questions or to register. The presenters will have an info table set up at VIN on Friday afternoon, so feel free to visit and chat with them there as well.

Q: As newbies, we don’t know what to expect. Will we see orgies and sex everywhere?
A: The hotel prefers that we play in the rooms or the playrooms, for hygienic reasons. We agree with this as we understand that this might make some of our VIN attendees uncomfortable (new or old). We love sexy talk and flirty fun in the public areas, but when it’s time to get busy, please find a room to play in and leave the public areas. If you WANT to see or be part of an orgy or group play, the playroom on the 4th floor has plenty of beds in one room, open 9pm – 4am.

Q: Feels weird to be at an LS hotel takeover with the staff wandering around. What’s that like?
A: I asked one of the staff a couple of years ago how the staff feel about this event. They all really love our group. She said they draw straws to see who GETS to work the weekend.  Part of why they like us so much is the respect we have for their space and staff.

We hope that by answering these questions, you’ll feel more comfortable attending VIN and see that you’ll fit right in, no matter where you are on your hedonistic journey!