Halifax Canada Embassy Suites Hotel
Va. - Hilton Worldwide and DoubleTree by Hilton today announced the opening of the first hotel at the Halifax Canada Embassy Suites Hotel. InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) today announced the opening of a newly renovated 113-room Holiday Inn hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
This nine-story hotel is located on the historic waterfront of Halifax, where travelers can discover the rich cultural experiences that make Halifax a sought-after destination. Nearby are museums such as the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, where Titanic enthusiasts can learn all about the origins and sinking of the ship, "The Unsinkable," where they can learn everything from its origins to its sinking. Also nearby is the restored Halifax Citadel, which recalls the city's history as the capital of Nova Scotia, Canada and the second largest city in the world. Located in the heart of downtown Halifax, just blocks from Halifax International Airport, this hotel is one of only three hotels in Canada within walking distance of the water. A beautifully maintained park and a beautiful view of the historic waterfront of Halifax create a quiet escape and it is located only in the heart - downtown - of Halifax.
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No visa is required for entry to Canada for US citizens or permanent residents of the United States of America, but no visa is required for entry to Canada.
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Guests at the Hampton Inn Suites Hilton will experience the full range of amenities and amenities of a Halifax, Nova Scotia Hilton hotel in their rooms. Facilities include a private pool, spa, fitness centre, gym and gym. Rates are $1,000 per night for a one night stay or $2,500 per week for two nights.
On campus, the residence's dining rooms at Howe Hall and Sherriff Hall are open to the public. Guests can dine in the ground floor grill bar at Hampton Inn Suites Hotel, as well as in the dining room and on campus.
The Hampton Inn Suites Hotel, a five star Halifax, Nova Scotia hotel, is located in the heart of the city, just blocks from the Halifax University campus.
The hotel will be the second Hampton Inn Suites hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the third in the country after it opened in 2007. The hotel joins the other five-star hotels in Canada's capital, the Royal Canadian Air Force Base in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
In addition, the country's first Hilton Suites is scheduled to open in West Edmonton in July 2014, and the Jacobs in Ontario, which includes 97 suites, is owned by Hilton Hotels Group, a subsidiary of Hilton Worldwide, Inc., and is scheduled to open in June 2014. Randhawa Group - a five star hotel owned by Randhawa Group in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, will open in November 2014 and has 132 rooms. Benjamin Hotel Inc. and other hotels opened by Canadian National Hotels, this hotel is designed by a team of architects consisting of David Schofield, David H. Schoffield & Associates, LLC, of Vancouver, British Columbia.
The hotel is directly connected to the Canadian Embassy in Washington D.C. and the U.S. Consulate in Ottawa and was designed by a team of architects consisting of David Schofield, David H. Schoffield & Associates, LLC, of Vancouver, British Columbia.
The adjacent train station still offers regular connections between Montreal and the ocean, and cruise ships still dock regularly at the hotel. Many of these ships dock in Halifax to take guests to Halifax, Nova Scotia and many ships also dock there in the summer months.