A jewel of civility on a quiet street in downtown Halifax.
The words superb staff are often overworked in the world of travel and tourism. The staff at The Halliburton take a charming, multi-building inn to a level of accommodation excellence not found that often in the new millennium. In a city of courteous and friendly people, the staff of The Halliburton stand out as bright lights in providing top-notch service, assistance and information.
Rooms are most pleasant with latest needs, including flat screen television set.
The well-regarded restaurant serves fine fare, including some unique items we had not come across before. A classic example would be the warm lamb salad.
The inn is spotless and offers a restful green-lawned "back yard" to peruse a daily newspaper and morning coffee or to take a pre-dinner drink.
The breakfast is well thought out with the added touch of the finest of bagels offering - Montreal bagels. That is an extra-mile touch.
We will return. The Halliburton is an integral part of Halifax, a city of charm and warmth that reaches into the daily workings of this fine inn.
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