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Great location, steps away from all major touristic attractions. Hotel is attached to a mall with a big food court and a few other shops. Minutes from galleries, museums, restaurants,Citadel Hill, souvenir shops, the water front and other turistic attractions. There was no need to...More
Stayed at the Delta Halifax for two nights with family while attending the festival on Halifax Harbour. We had a great weekend. Hotel staff are amazing and very attentive. We did have an incident where our sink in the bathroom was completely clogged with large...More
Way over rated and over priced. Our room with a partial view looked out at a brick wall from the building next door. The view you would have to hang out the window that doesn't open. The king we wanted was sold out. The $22...More
You cannot beat the location. Central to everything and 5 mins to water!
Rooms are large but need some serious upgrades. Especially the bathrooms!
Had food from the restaurant and really enjoyed it!
Gym was decent and the pool nice.
A great hotel, and with...More
I stayed at the Delta Halifax, NS for a weekend visit for the tall ships. Very friendly staff. Great location for visiting downtown area, everything in walking distance. Very nice facility but are in process of updating some areas. Nice pool and fitness center. Many...More
I had the lobster dinner which came to $40 including mussels, clam chowder and a rasberry pudding dessert. I believe wthe average entree is about twenty dollars. Add $15 for anything additional. My boyriend had fish tacos... More
I had the lobster dinner which came to $40 including mussels, clam chowder and a rasberry pudding dessert. I believe wthe average entree is about twenty dollars. Add $15 for anything additional. My boyriend had fish tacos which he loved. Remember, the seafood restaurants that are " highly recommended " cost market price for a one and a quarter pound lobster - $32 when we were there, and $10 each additional half pound. If you can do without a view of the water, you will save a lot of money by eating lobster at the hotel. Restaurants in Halifax are all moderately priced compared to NYC.
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