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Spent a couple of weeks driving around Nova Scotia and stayed here both at the start and end of our trip. The hotel is in a great location and walking distance to most of the tourist attractions in town.
Parking - as many have mentioned...More
Booked the Halliburton for a couple of nights and found it to be in a great location. As seniors, Halifax is a bit of a struggle with the inclines but the Halliburton was just perfect, with some nice restaurant/bar choices on Barrington just around the...More
The Halliburton is in a great location, convenient for the waterfront and the main Halifax attractions, however, our accommodation in this traditional boutique hotel felt old fashioned and somewhat dated. The double bed was exactly that, a standard double bed, which was a pity as...More
Halliburton Inn was a nice find. The Inn is historic and unique while only a couple of streets up from the waterfront. We easily walked down to one of the main restaurant areas. We ate at the Bicycle Thief, very good seafood / Italian. The...More
Excellent and lived up to its reputation with lovely rooms and great service. The restaurant is expensive but probably the best place to eat in Halifax and has not been beaten during two weeks in Nova Scotia.
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US$113 - US$200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#7 Romantic Hotel in Halifax
#8 Business Hotel in Halifax
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I didn't stay in the main building, but I do know that they are each different and the various rooms are all configured differently. The staff there are most accommodating. and informative. they will take your calls almost... More
I didn't stay in the main building, but I do know that they are each different and the various rooms are all configured differently. The staff there are most accommodating. and informative. they will take your calls almost any time of day and give answers to your satisfaction... and then some. A steep set of three or four steps gets you in to the front door of each building. I saw doors at the rear but did did not use it, so not sure of regular access. I think they monitor front door entry and exit for security reasons. As for extra features, each room is a bit different. My room had a queen bed with an extra little room with a twin bed in it. Nicely appointed with antiques and bath products. Continental breakfast is just ok, but a nice coffee shop is on the corner if you want to change it up. Enjoy your trip!
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"Avoid the third floor, no elevator. The stairs are quite steep."