Proud Halifax locals (known as Haligonians), many of whom have come from other parts of Nova Scotia, have a great quality of life: Sea breezes keep the air clean; leafy, manicured parks and gardens nestle between heritage buildings; there’s a thriving arts, theatre and culinary scene; and the numerous pubs, with their craft–brew culture and love for bands, quite simply, go off.
Where to Stay
- The stylish front desk desk at the Prince George Hotel in HalifaxPrince George HotelFor a night on the town
- Neutral toned elegance for the lounge at the Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites in HalifaxThe Lord Nelson Hotel & SuitesFor the historic charm
- A pool table and complimentary tv at the Alt Hotel Halifax AirportAlt Hotel Halifax AirportFor the proximity to the airport
- The red brick exterior with double wooden doors at the HalliburtonThe HalliburtonFor the hospitality