Delta Hotels by Marriott Barrington

Address: 1875 Barrington St, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3L6, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown Halifax area of Halifax, is near Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax Metro Centre, Harbourside Market, and Hydrostone Market.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed


          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Hotels by Marriott Barrington Halifax

          Reviewed by cliff-n-chris

          Delta Barrington Hotel Halifax

          Reviewed Nov 16, 2011
          by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          A great hotel; staff very friendly and helpful. Hotel is connected to a Mall - useful for getting breakfast! Free Wi-Fi in the lobby; nice pool. Would definitely stay there again.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Delta Hotels by Marriott Barrington Halifax

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Halifax

          Halifax 2

          A travel blog entry by harryandnorah on Oct 04, 2007

          17 photos

          We continued north from Lunenburg and called in at Mahone Bay, a pretty little town at the head of an inlet and stopped at the local cafe for breakfast. We had been told by several people that we must visit Mahone Bay and as we drove through the town we could see why. It is the time of their 'Scarecrow Festival' and almost every garden and business …

          Halifax 1

          A travel blog entry by harryandnorah on Sep 22, 2007

          1 comment, 4 photos

          Well, 17 hours on the train and back a time zone to Eastern standard time - that's 3 hours behind UK time. The overnight on the train was quite an experience. You get a small compartment with 2 pull down bunk beds and not quite enough room to move around - it's real cosy! I got the upper bunk after losing the arm wrestling contest - OK go on …

          French Connection, British Too

          A travel blog entry by spoonball on Sep 23, 2015

          24 photos

          ... wharf, known for its sea scallops. Not sure why; mine were chewy. We shopped the wharf and Lincoln Street before reboarding our bus.

          Our last stop was Peggy’s Cove, a teeny fishing village with Canada’s most photographed lighthouse. There are only 70 residents but 1,000,000 tourists visit each year.

          Sculptor William deGarthe lived in Peggy’s Cove. He has carved faces into the granite outcroppings nearby.

          At Sea

          A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Oct 07, 2014

          ... on the occasion of its 175 anniversary. We also bumped into the "Halifax" couple, as we know them, that we met on the same world cruise - we still don't know their names but keep on bumping into them in various queues! Thankfully there are no people to report upon who have caused us angst but there are a few that we avoid - especially those "larger than life" characters who bowl around the decks, or more aptly waddle slowly around them. We also avoid going out ...

          I don't hootie tootie anymore

          A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 12, 2014

          38 photos

          ... backing on the local free bandwidth. The walk into Halifax was lovely. The sun had come out and we walked along the waterside, which was clean and interesting. There were small yacht basins, cafes, the maritime museum, bike rental opportunities and a generally welcoming air. Passing statues of Mr Halifax himself, otherwise known a Mr Cunard, and a statue called the Immigrant which showed a man rushing forward dragging his family, with cases flying.... showing hope, desperation and ...