We spent 3 nights at the Waverly. It is a lovely building, so historic and very well maintained. The location is excellent, we walked to the waterfront, the Citadel, the Gardens, no need for a car at all. Breakfast was average, good coffee, eggs, muffins, buffet style. The fruit selection could be improved, it was the same fruit cocktail each day. The staff is excellent and helpful. Internet was always up and running. Our room was a bit of a concern. It was on the third floor and we asked for a high ceiling, we were given a dormer room with a sloping ceiling. The bathroom was quite small, but we never had a problem with hot water or pressure. The room faced the street. There is a tavern across the street that goes on each night until 2:30 AM, and the noise from the partiers that hang around outside was quite loud in our room. I did use earplugs the last night and that helped a bit. Also it is a busy street, you will hear the traffic early in the morning if you have a front facing room, so beware. We loved Halifax, the people, the food and the Maritime Museum.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beautifully restored and centrally located inn close to all of downtown Halifax's major attractions. Thirty-four antique-filled rooms all with en-suite bath, many with Jacuzzi. A non-smoking property offering free parking, continental-plus breakfast buffet and high-speed wireless. History and hospitality join hands at Halifax's Waverley Inn. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Waverley Hotel Halifax
- Waverley Inn Halifax, Nova Scotia