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The Westin Nova Scotian

The Westin Nova Scotian


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Prince George Hotel


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Courtyard by Marriott Halifax Downtown

Courtyard by Marriott Halifax Downtown


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Delta Hotels by Marriott Halifax

Delta Hotels by Marriott Halifax


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A few words about Halifax Hotels

Experience a New Definition of Royalty at Halifax Hotels

  • Halifax, a Canadian City, is known for its rich history, diverse culture, shopping complexes, surfing spots, and outdoor adventures, which attracts an enormous number of tourists throughout the year. As the city has a lot to offer, it becomes difficult to choose what to do or not to do.
  • Halifax is jam-packed with the finest restaurants, deluxe Halifax hotels, colorful pubs, live music & dance concerts, and several eye-catching tourist sites, including Halifax Public Gardens, Halifax Waterfront Boardwalks, and Point Pleasant Park.
  • For a comfortable trip, check in at relaxing accommodations in Halifax hotels, available at Travelouts only. So, discuss with your loved ones, pack your luggage and get ready to hit the road.

Knowledge- Enhancing facts about Halifax

  • The Halifax Explosion in 1917 was the most dangerous blast before the Hiroshima Explosion took place. You can carry a small diary from Halifax hotels to record such facts.
  • The original name of Halifax was Chebucto, selected by Cornwallis because of the second-largest ice-free harbor in the world.
  • The city got its new name after George Dunk, Earl of Halifax, the president of the British Board of Trade and Plantations.
  • Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia and home to the Halifax Public Park, the first covered ice rink. It started welcoming visitors on January 3, 1863.
  • The Halifax Waterfront is one of the longest continuous boardwalks, approx 4 km long in the world.
  • Halifax boasts one of the most photographed lighthouses and the second-largest ice-free natural harbor in the world.

Off Seasons Make the Trip Budget-Friendly

  • Pleasant weather, moderate temperature, less rainfall, seasonal festivals, and several annual events make tourists plan a Halifax trip from May to October. However, you may face huge crowds and expensive Halifax hotels. You are requested to secure accommodations in advance to avoid costly bookings.
  • If you are looking for fewer crowds and affordable Halifax hotels, plan to visit between November and February.

Explore Halifax by Visiting top Sites

  • Farmer Market
  • Leave Halifax hotels on Saturday to visit the oldest continuously running Farmer Market. This Farmer Market offers raw materials for ready-to-use things, such as crafts and fresh flowers. You can enjoy some budget-friendly lunch options and shop for yourself and your family and kids. You can buy some raw materials for dishes and request the chef at Halifax hotels to cook for you.
  • Halifax Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
  • The Museum of Atlantic is one of the most visited museums among visitors offering more than 30,000 artifacts. There are many exhibitions, including the most eye-catching, the Titanic exhibition, displaying the efforts of Halifax to save the Titanic till the last breath. Visitors can explore artifacts related to the tragic sinking of the Titanic, including broken utensils, wooden deck chairs, paintings, and kitchen elements. Taking a taxi from Halifax hotels will ease the journey to the destination.
  • Halifax Public Gardens
  • Halifax Public Gardens are the best for budget travelers as it features several activities free of cost, and even their entry is free for the public. Visitors can enjoy blooming flowers in each corner of the gardens, lovely ponds, stunning fountains, and a miniature of the Titanic ship. Carrying packed lunch from Halifax hotels is an idea to enjoy a picnic with loved ones surrounded by green. While strolling through the gardens, you can have snacks like chips, ice cream, nachos, etc.

Must-Try Fun Activities among Tourists

  • Get ready to admire the natural sceneries, enjoy delicious food with a sip of tasty coffee at some famous restaurants, and try other outdoor activities in Halifax Waterfront.
  • Leave Halifax hotels to explore 17 acres of oasis sheltering incredible fountains, exotic species of flowers & trees, and the red arbor at the Halifax Public Garden opened in 1867.
  • Witness the Fairview Lawn Cemetery honoring more than 100 Titanic victims. Also, go through a great gravestone dedicated to a mother and her kids at the Titanic Museum.
  • Taste trendy and traditional dishes at the top restaurants and local food stalls. Visit different shops and local vendors to collect beautiful souvenirs for loved ones from downtown Halifax.

Travelouts Make Halifax Hotels Possible Reasonable

  • Get 24/7 help and quick answers to every booking-related query at Travelouts.
  • Grab tempting deals and double discounts on the packages of Halifax hotels during the off-season and the festive seasons.
  • Maintaining transparency in the booking and cancellation process makes us a trustable site for travelers.
  • Use the Travelouts app to secure Halifax hotels at any time from anywhere in the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Halifax known for?

A: Although you will find lots of wonderful attractions here, Halifax is known as one of the world’s largest and deepest ice-free natural harbors. Apart from attracting endless visitors it also plays the role of an important Canadian commercial port on the Atlantic seaboard.

Q: How many days are enough for Halifax?

A: A three day trip is enough to enjoy the beauty of Halifax itself. You can explore its history, heritage, and culture without any inconvenience. Also enjoy tons of fun activities and some highlights of Nova Scotia.

Q: Where should I stay when visiting Halifax?

A: Halifax has many beautiful areas, such as Bedford-Sackville, Dartmouth-Cole Harbour, Downtown Halifax, and Eastern Shore, to reserve hotels. You must contact Travelouts to get great deals on hotels in Halifax..

Q: Is Halifax a friendly city?

A: Yes, the city of Halifax is a friendly city with amicable and warm-welcoming residents. You will find the people of Halifax cheerful and helpful in every way.

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