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Hostels often host volunteers who sleep on site and work at the hostel. Which is a good thing except when these people think they have the room for themselves only and leave their things anywhere. Except when these people make noise and put music in...More
Something wasn't right about this place from the moment I checked in. The staff weren't friendly. The private room wasn't nice. Also it's November, in Canada. It's cold. And they don't have any heat turned on in the bedrooms. They do provide space heaters but...More
Active bedbug infestation in October 2017. Per staff they are dealing with it room by room. Good luck with that. They were not very apologetic... clearly aware that this is an active problem but not disclosing it to guests.
Stayed here for 11 nights over a couple of weeks touring. Coming back each time felt like returning to the perfect base for exploring the city and beyond, and really homely. The staff are a great bunch of folks, kind and fun. Hostel is spotlessly...More
We stayed in Hi-Halifax for four nights. First of all, the price of this hostel is awesome. I think we paid less than $30 a night each total, which is great considering it was in the middle of July! The staff were very friendly and...More
US$26 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I believe so. In the USA, 18 is considered an adult while 21 is the legal drinking age. Not sure how that all works in Canada but with alcohol not being sold/ served on the premises, I don't see why you would have a problem... More
I believe so. In the USA, 18 is considered an adult while 21 is the legal drinking age. Not sure how that all works in Canada but with alcohol not being sold/ served on the premises, I don't see why you would have a problem. Give them a call just to be on the safe side. Happy travels!