great breakfast all you can eat. the staff went up and beyond their duties to please you, a five star at a two star price, pool on site with a slide for the kids, lifeguards on duty, bar up top so you watch the pool while your kids play, rooms are a good size, i recommend this hotel.
This was one of the nicest motels I have stayed in the past few years. Last July, we stayed in Halifax, paid more than double what we did this time, and we were less pleased. This room was extremely clean. The motel was easy to locate. The continental breakfast was delicious. Our room came complete with a stove, oven, kitchen sink, microwave, 2 fridges, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, dishes, dish towels and clothes. I wish we could have stayed longer!!
From now on, every time I need to stay in the Halifax area, I plan on staying here.
Staff was not bad. Had an issue and it was dealt with right away in our favor. Room was clean and comfortable for one night. Tim Horton's was close so it made big marks on that one. Kitchen facilities were out of the way and in a basement on the property. Rules on parking were silly but were manditory.
Lake City Motel is a welcoming good value for money inn in Halifax, Canada and it makes the perfect choice for all tourists …More
Dartmouth, founded in 1750 and located on Canada's east coast, is home to the oldest continuously operating saltwater ferry service in North America. Boasting 23 lakes within its boundaries, Dartmouth has earned the nickname, City of Lakes. The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, a suspension bridge spanning Halifax Harbour, connects Dartmouth to Halifax, less than 4 kilometers away.