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Location was great. Staff very accommodating. Room was clean, bed was comfy.
The room was quiet and the beds were very comfortable. It is nice that there is a catwalk over to the mall available. convenient location. Parking out front is stressful. There is not much room to unload. The staff were very nice
Very comfortable stay. Nice large room with a view. Staff was very friendly and responsive. Location was good overall - about a 15 minute walk to the harbourfront.
Everything was great loved the balcony off the room
Nice facility with great location for sightseeing in Halifax. The restaurant is adequate, but somewhat lacking in imagination.
I wish I had known that this was under construction, I was however able to take my family swimming at hotel next door.
We had an overnight in Halifax. The hotel was so quiet and lovely. Beds were super comfy, staff were great. Just had to roll out of bed and head to our gate. The only complaint was no sit down restaurant, but 24h cafe was ok.
I liked the proximity to the waterfront and that it was within walking distance to most everything.
No complaints. From the staff to the cleanliness to the pool and the restaurant all were great! The kids especially loved the sundae bar
Your vacation to Halifax, Nova Scotia, doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg. You can see all the city’s many sights without burning through your finances.
From the great outdoors to inside adventures, you’ll find a plethora of things to do in Halifax.
Stop by Alderney Landing, where you can shop at the farmers market on Saturday and Sunday, or take in the beautiful works arranged in the art gallery. If you’re a foodie, explore the many restaurants around Water Street – you’re in luck if you’re a fan of seafood. If you’d like to stretch your legs in a sea of green, head to Fort Needham Memorial Park, where you can walk amongst trees and grasses in quiet serenity.
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