Bed was VERY comfortable! The hotel breakfast was decent too.
However, one of the chairs was stained and the walls were thin in that we could hear people in the halls very clearly.
We were looking only for somewhere to sleep so it served its purpose. If you're looking for luxury, this isn't the hotel for you.
My wife hasn't been in a pool for years, but she climbed in with our 4-year-old grandson and SHE was the one not wanting to get out! Wish we'd discovered it the night before.
Our room was clean and had enough room for our boy to run wild. The bathroom was so small that the sink is outside of it - very difficult for a larger person to dry off after a shower.
All in all though, if we hadn't booked through Expedia, we'd have been quite disappointed in the room for the price.
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.