In town charm.
Posted Apr 2, 2017
I was in Halifax for a few days on business. The staff was uniformly friendly, the public spaces were cozy, and the room, a queen in the adjacent building, plenty large and well-furnished. The 4-poster bed was terrific. There's a balcony overlooking the garden. The TV was a bit small, the channel selection terrible, and what I did want to watch hard to see from the bed. The breakfast is breads, fruit, hardboiled eggs and some coldcuts. Nothing exciting. But all the rest was terrific and the location was great for walking anywhere downtown. The restaurant, Stories, is small and the food superior, though expensive.