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Review Of Our Stay At The Halliburton Hotel In Halifax
My wife and I had the distinct pleasure of staying at The Halliburton Boutique Hotel Halifax, Nova Scotia while on our cross Canada travels.
This beautiful fully refurbished Heritage Property is ideally located just up from the cities popular waterfront boardwalk.
A taste a luxury in an exquisite historic boutique hotel dating back to 1809, that’s ideal for business or pleasure travelers.
Halliburton Boutique Hotel Halifax – Just Minutes To Halifax Harbour
For those visiting the city for the first time, this hotel is in a perfect location in the city.
Step out the front door and you’re just a couple of minutes walk to Halifax Harbour and its popular waterfront boardwalk!
There’s shopping, restaurants, bars, museums and much more just steps away. You couldn’t ask for a better location.
For those of you renting a car like we did on our journey, the hotel offers free private parking for its guests.
For those traveling by train like we did on this Canada travel experience, the VIA Rail Station is an easy 5 minute walk from the hotel.
We couldn’t have asked for anything better!
Guest Rooms At The Halliburton
This 4 ½ star rated boutique hotel consists of a combination of 3 attached heritage townhouse buildings. All exquisite in detail and beautifully refurbished, while maintaining original features throughout.
When you enter the building, you know you are stepping into pure luxury!
The hotel consists of 29 guest rooms in total, within the three sections of the hotel. Each room is unique in its own way.
Guests can choose from a variety of rooms, some complete with wood burning fireplaces. Other rooms offer individual balconies and more.
They offer guest rooms with Queen or Double beds, One bedroom suites and for those looking for something special, the Grand Suite for something more luxurious.
Our street front queen room was nicely furnished, with all the amenities one would expect in a hotel of this caliber. Some of which include;
✔ Complimentary Continental Breakfast;
✔ Premium pillow-top mattresses;
✔ Flat panel televisions;
✔ iPod enabled radios;
✔ Fine linens & bedding;
✔ Premium Keurig in-room coffee service;
✔ Complimentary Wireless Internet;
✔ Snacks & beverages;
✔ Central Air Conditioning;
✔ Irons & ironing boards and much more.
Our guest room and bath were spotless and decorated with antique furnishings.
The Halliburton Guest Library
There’s a beautifully decorated library located on the main floor in the main building for guests to spend leisure time and relax in.
Just another very special feature this property has to offer its guests.
Courtyard and Dining – Stories Restaurant
Guests enjoy a nicely presented complimentary continental breakfast each morning in the main dining room. Coffee and tea is always available throughout the day as well. In addition, The Halliburton offers intimate fine dining in the hotel at Stories Restaurant.
A touch of East Coast Fusion with their chef preparing regional cuisine at its finest!
The courtyard located at the rear of the building is perfect for dining, enjoying a cocktail and relaxing, especially during the summer months in Halifax.
We had a wonderful 2 night stay, with the hotel offering much more than we expected.
From a choice of beautifully appointed rooms, excellent continental breakfast, ideal location and more, The Halliburton has everything you need for a perfect short or long term stay.
For detailed information, online booking and more on The Halliburton Boutique Hotel, I have included a link below to their Official website page for your convenience.
As well, I’ve included the Official Nova Scotia Tourism website link below. Their site is filled with everything you need to start planning your travels to this beautiful Province on the east coast of Canada.
Safe and Healthy Travels! 🙂
Although our stay was in collaboration with The Halliburton Boutique Hotel Halifax, rest assured all content and opinions are that of the author and reflect my personal experience only.
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