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Frequently asked questions
Hostels are a great way to stay for a good value, so you can save your budget for fun things to do. You can check out cultural highlights like the live music venues in this destination, or enjoy the hockey games and other activities.
These dorm-style accommodations come in quite a few forms, but they have a few things in common, including low prices, a social setting, and shared rooms (though many have private options too).
Need some guidance on where to stay in Halifax? This hostel is popular: Mount Saint Vincent University Residence - Guests can enjoy free WiFi, free parking, and laundry facilities. Rooms come with showers, free toiletries, and desks.
Good weather’s definitely a plus when you want to venture out and explore, so here’s a little information about the seasons: The hottest months are usually August and July with an average temp of 61°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 27°F. Average annual precipitation for Halifax is 47 inches.
In general, Halifax is known for its live music, museums, and hockey. Major attractions include Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk, Dartmouth Crossing, and Casino Nova Scotia. Get out into nature with places like Halifax Public Gardens, Point Pleasant Park, and Chocolate Lake Beach. Cultural attractions include Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Neptune Theatre, and Discovery Centre.
Keep this information about transit options in Halifax on hand to make the most of your stay: You can fly into the nearest airport, which is Stanfield Intl. Airport (YHZ), 16.7 mi (26.9 km) away from the city center. Once you’ve arrived, you might want to use public transit during your trip. If you’re eager to explore more of the surrounding area, make your way to Halifax Station to catch a train.
Recent Reviews in Halifax
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A verified traveler stayed at The Westin Nova Scotian
"This new upscale hotel is right in the heart of the social district in Halifax. The Concierges who greet and direct you for parking and elevators etc. are so friendly and welcoming; it is a great start for your stay. The lobby is bustling and a bit loud but the staff at reception are helpful and efficient.
The room we were given was amazing. Very spacious, with a wall of windows that gave a great view of Downtown Halifax to the Harbour.
The beds were comfortable and the temperature in the room was easy to control. I would recommend this hotel."
A verified traveler stayed at The Sutton Place Hotel Halifax