The Hollis Halifax - A DoubleTree Suites By Hilton

Address: 1649 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 1V8, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the South End area of Halifax, is near Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Discovery Centre, and Bluenose II.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Hollis Halifax - A DoubleTree Suites By Hilton

      Great Hotel! Great Breakfast!

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      Great Hotel! Huge rooms! Great breakfast. Friendly staff. Like 2 other places in NS, I picked this place from tripadvisor reader comments, but only this one exceeded my expectations. Would highly recommend.

      Excellent

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      I stayed here while in Halifax for business, and it was an EXCELLENT choice in all respects. The staff are very helpful and friendly, the breakfast a great start to the day, the rooms spacious and well appointed. Internet aceess was very affordable and easy using my laptop.

      I would recommend the hotel to anyone - business or leisure traveller. A family of 4 would have no problem fitting into one of the very spacious suites (separate lounge room)

      Favorite place to to stay in Halifax

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      The Radisson has the friendliest, most helpful staff of any hotel I have ever stayed in. The location is great. The complimentary continental breakfast provides a nourishing start to the day. The suite is comfortable and spacious. Good value.

      Great Location

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      The suites are very spacious and well appointed. Try to get a suite on an upper floor and which faces the harbor - the views are great. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful and made our stay even more enjoyable. There are free snacks during happy hour and a nice continental breakfast in the morning (included). They also have cookies available throughout the day.

      The hotel is located about two short blocks from the waterfront and directly in front of the area where all the "action" is. There is a fairly steep slope up from the water to the upper part of town, so the hotel's close proximity to the water makes returning to the hotel a pleasure compared to the climb that would be needed to get to other main hotels. The hotel is also in easy walking distance from some fantastic restaurants and great night life action. The location could not be better for enjoying the city of Halifax.

      The airport shuttle will drop you off and pick you up by the hotel. As will the car rental places (we used Hertz which was had the best rates and was located a few blocks away by the casino).

      I highly recommend the Radisson Suites hotel for a comfortable stay in Halifax!

      Great weekend rates

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      Had a great friday and saturday [16/17 April 2004] stay. Nice large room, very clean, great maid service, good view of harbor. Eastside Marios down stairs is a great place for a meal and beer after a long day travelling.

      Unbelievable value

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      This hotel is an unbelievable value. The rooms have every convenience; they are extremely spacious (ask for a corner suite - they're the largest); the staff is great; rooms are beautifully appointed; and to top it all off. a complimentary continental breakfast with a large, healthy variety of items. It's the best I've stayed in anywhere.

      Great hotel in a great city

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      I've stayed at this hotel a couple of times and have been very satisfied. The staff is courteous and helpful. The rooms are large and are uniquely shaped - all suites. The pool/fitness area is well-equipped and clean. Internet access was easy. East Side Marios downstairs is convenient. Windows in the centre rooms (102, 202, 302, etc.) are small and don't afford much of a view.

      Great hotel

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      This is my favourite hotel in Halifax. The staff are friendly and helpful, and the rooms are fabulous. For basically the same cost as a hotel room elsewhere, you get a large suite and breakfast. Each room is a little bit unique, but they are all huge, comfortable and well maintained. Breakfast is fun - they turn the bar into a breakfast buffet. A little crowded, but sociable and lots of healthy breakfast choices too. Spring for turn-down service! They leave these yummy locally made florentines and a nip of Bailey's irish cream. Mmmm...

      Room to spare

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      I just spent two nights in this property and I found the value to be terrific. I enjoy suites, so this one really fit the bill. Plenty of room, hi-speed internet access, attentive staff, valet parking ($17.50/nt!)and a great location.

      You need a roadmap to find your way around the suite--it's that big.

      Breakfast was great, but you might have to plan around the crowded times. Free breakfasts draw everyone!

      Great Hotel

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      The friendliest staff, large suites, fantastic service. Stayed for the weekend and loved every minute. Best hotel in Halifax

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Hollis Halifax - A DoubleTree Suites By Hilton

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