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Budget hotels in Halifax
Cheap hotels next to Dalhousie University are Garden South Park Inn and Halifax Waverley Inn. Hi Halifax Heritage House Hostel is a budget-friendly hostel that is only 10 minutes' walk from Halifax city center.
Proximity to public transport
If you're in need of a hotel close to Robert L. Stanfield airport, Quality Inn Halifax Airport is just under 1.3 miles away.
Convenience of staying in the city center
To be based in the city center, look for accommodation in Downtown Halifax district, such as The Halliburton which is close to Grand Parade. Another centrally-located option is Courtyard Halifax Downtown, which features an indoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. Lake City Motel is a great place to stay while visiting Dartmouth district.
Choose a hotel next to Grand Parade, such as Four Points By Sheraton Halifax, which is situated 10 minutes' walk away. For visitors interested in popular sightseeing places in Halifax, consider booking a room at The Prince George Hotel, which is in the vicinity of Rebecca Cohn Auditorium alongside with historic sites, a citadel and a museum.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
If you'd like a more luxurious stay, the high-end Atlantica Hotel Halifax offers 4-star accommodation in South End district of Halifax. The 4-star The Hollis Halifax A Doubletree Suites By Hilton Hotel offers boutique accommodation in Downtown Halifax district and is a 10-minute walk to Discovery Centre.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Those who are looking for cozy apartments in Halifax should check out Premiere Suites - Halifax, Bishop'S Landing - another good option near Grand Parade. In The Heart Of Downtown Hfx is a charming B&B choice that is only a 10-minute walk to the center and offers rates from 133US$. If you're traveling to Halifax for business, there are 7 options, such as Chateau Bedford, Trademark Collection By Wyndham that offers free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel is a popular resort with a Jacuzzi, a patio and canoeing for an unforgettable stay.
Halifax is the capital city of Nova Scotia in Canada, located in one of the world's great natural harbors. Currently the city is famous as the Atlantic busiest seaport, as well as cultural centre of Eastern Canada. Halifax was founded in 1749, although had been inhabited by Mi'kmaq for a long time before that. Halifax houses some great outdoor opportunities. Numerous parks, gardens and coastline trails are available to you. The city has a vast history and you can get an insight by taking a guided tour of downtown. Otherwise, boat tours can take you whale watching, sailing or fishing.
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There are lots of interesting sights to see while in Halifax. The most visited tourist attractions include:
- The Halifax Citadel is a fort with a view of the harbour. Currently, the citadel houses a museum and ceremonial garrison.
- Pier 21 also called the National Immigration Museum, which houses various exhibits related to Canadian immigration.
- Maritime Museum of the Atlantic houses exhibits related to ill-fated Titanic and Halifax maritime explosion.
- St. Matthew's Church is the oldest united church in Canada.
- St. Paul's Church dating back to 1750 is the oldest Anglican church in Canada.
- Art Gallery of Nova Scotia displays art works of local artists.
- Alexander Keith's Brewery founded in1863. Tours are available.
Among other important sights in Halifax there is the Province House, which is the oldest provincial legislature in Canada. Guided-tours will give you an insight into the history of the Legislative Assembly and its present importance. Halifax houses a number of gorgeous gardens, such as Public Gardens in Victorian style. The garden houses ponds, various plants and birds. Point Pleasant Park is also worth noting. It is a large park with some military fortifications remained from the 18th century. York Redoubt is another important complex of forts. Here you can see tunnels, caves, cliffs and other interesting spots.
Waterfront is packed with stores, restaurants, and other entertainment. You can also take a boat trip from here and go nature and whale watching, sailing and fishing. Otherwise, make it to the Northwest Arm and to see the historic Dingle tower.
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