The hotel was well placed for trips to and around Halifax. Easy access to all major roads and essential services (groceries and gasoline) nearby. The hotel was quiet and served a full breakfast. The bar menu was tasty but limited.
The location is ideal. The staff are friendly and accommodating! My two minor concerns are: the noise level and breakfast. When booking this hotel make sure you ask to be on a quiet floor and not next door to a sports team and their family. The only issue with breakfast is the eggs; does anyone use real fresh eggs anymore???
Check-in was a breeze. Check-out was even better. The staff were very friendly. Breakfasts were sufficient with enough for everyone. I wish they'd add a restaurant so we could stay there for most meals.
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.