this hotel is the worse placed I stayed - no lift - dirty carpet - no staff - manager asleep when I asked to speak with him food untouchable bedrooms most uncomfortable - no light - no clock - one is just about able to reach a very small bed which very uncomfortable bathroom left with sop from previous client I would advise anyone who which to stay there to make inquiries before parting with their money Andree Raymont
First time stay at The Halliburton and thoroughly enjoyed it. Cozy rooms and comfortable beds. Had a excellent meal. The duck was delicious and my wife had the Guinea hen. A special treat of crusted scallops was definitely a treat. The chef knows what he's doing. Our server Mallorie was very attentive and kept our wine glasses filled. She was very knowledgeable and had a genuine smile at all times. The best. I would highly recommend The Halliburton and especially the dining experience.
Great location, only five minutes from the boardwalk. Car parking which is such a bonus in Halifax. Staff helpful and friendly. We had a room right at the top in the eves,lots of stairs from the car park to get luggage up especially if its pouring down as it was for us.
This hotel has old style charm that is for sure! Be prepared to climb stairs and more stairs. They certainly could put a lift in to enable getting to your room with luggage and eliminate a heart attack! The bed pillows are as old as the furniture and smell of old perspiration! Had to wrap pillows in double towels! The flat screen is the size of a computer monitor and you can’t see the picture sitting in bed. We didn’t try the breakfast based on previous bad reviews and was an additional 15.00C per person. Parking is in back and to get from there to your room once again three flights of stairs. Not a memorable stay.
Ideally located for walking around the town of Halifax especially the waterfront. All the staff were excellent and very friendly. If you are unsteady on stairs make sure you get a room on the ground floor as some rooms require hiking boots.
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 night stay at The Haliburton. Our room was located in the middle building. It was clean and comfortable with a sitting area. We were able to park our van in the small on-site parking lot behind the hotel. It is within walking distance of so many of the sites we wanted to see. Would definitely recommend this hotel and look forward to returning one day.
A good affordable hotel in downtown Halifax, within walking distance of everywhere you'd need to go. Free parking was provided nearby. Very friendly service. I would definitely stay here again in Halifax.
Lovely hotel with a very delightful “secret garden”, wonderful food and great staff. Stayed in the “original” building and just beautiful —- only comment is that no elevator; however, the staff is very graciously and assisted with luggage. Highly recommend this hotel.
Hugely overrated, photos nicer than actual room, small-ish, not the least bit elegant, dated bathroom, really rather strip-down furnishings. Could not get in at a reasonable hour for dinner (Am I the only person who thinks hotels should be proactive about suggesting future guests reserve a table for dinner? We know nothing about the city!). Breakfast options are complimentary coffee in the lounge or a packaged breakfast for $10 that needs to be ordered the night before. Why is there a lovely photo of a table set for breakfast? Pre-Covid? I realize we are weary with driving and toting our own luggage. We are also very sensitive to the obvious Covid-related staffing and systems issues, but at this point I feel like pulling the plug on the next 10 nights in the Canadian Maritimes AND I find myself wondering if booking.com reservations receive third class service and room selections.…
Lovely large room full of character. Comfortable bed. Excellent location in Halifax Free parking. Helpful and friendly staff. Our favourite place to stay in Halifax. Would have preferred a proper breakfast in the dining room as opposed to a take away.