Explore Halifax, Nova Scotia Hotel's Downtown Location
Located in the heart of the city, the Radisson Suite Hotel Halifax places you within walking distance of the serene waterfront, lively Pier 21 and the exciting attractions of downtown. You can walk to a variety of hotspots, including the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Neptune Theatre. Spend your morning strolling the beautiful waterfront or touring the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, and then devote the evening to shopping and dining along Spring Garden Road. Whether you're visiting for work or a weekend getaway, you're sure to love these ideally located accommodations in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The hotel's staff highly recommends these nearby attractions:
- Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum (19.7 miles)
If you're interested in aircraft and aviation artifacts, you won't want to miss this unique museum.
Phone: +1 (902) 873-3773
- Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (0.5 miles)
See the Maud Lewis Gallery, the latest traveling exhibits and the more than 15,000 objects in the permanent collection of this art gallery, the largest in Atlantic Canada.
Phone: +1 (902) 424-7542
- Halifax Citadel National Historic Site (0.5 miles)
For the perfect photo to commemorate your Halifax visit, head to this historic site to see the gorgeous harbour and downtown area. You can take guided tours of this imposing fort and watch the noon gun firing.
Phone: +1 (902) 426-5080
- Halifax Shopping Centre (3.0 miles)
Shop at more than 170 stores, including Walmart, Pier One and small boutiques.
Phone: +1 (902) 453-1752
- Maritime Museum of the Atlantic (0.1 miles)
This province has a rich maritime history, and it's all on display at this waterfront museum. See exhibits devoted to craft boatbuilding and the Halifax explosion, explore the retired CSS Acadia and sit in a replica of a Titanic deck chair.
Phone: +1 (902) 424-7490
- McNabs Island (7.9 miles)
Ride the ferry out to McNabs Island for a quiet day of biking, wandering the walking trails and picnicking at Fort McNab.
Phone: +1 (902) 465-4563 (ferry)
- Neptune Theatre (0.4 miles)
Experience live theatre when you attend one of the Neptune's exciting productions, which range from political dramas to musicals.
Phone: +1 (902) 429-7300
- Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History (1.0 mile)
Offering a spectacular array of plant and animal artifacts, this museum is a favorite of guests young and old. Don't miss the animal feedings and the opportunity to meet Gus, the museum's nearly century-old turtle, during his daily walk.
Phone: +1 (902) 424-7353
- Pier 21 (0.8 miles)
Pier 21, now restored to its original appearance, was the first stopping point for more than one million immigrants who came to Canada between 1928 and 1971.
Phone: +1 (902) 425-7770
- Public Gardens (0.6 miles)
Take a free walking tour and enjoy a live concert at these inspiring Victorian gardens, which have been flourishing since 1875.
- St. Paul's Anglican Church (0.6 miles)
Visit Canada's oldest Protestant church, the first Anglican church founded outside Great Britain.
Phone: +1 (902) 429-2240
Atlantis Limousines offers rides from Halifax Stanfield International Airport to the hotel starting at $60.00, including taxes and return.
Public transportation is also available through MetroTransit. Please see the Route #320 schedule or visit the MetroTransit website for the latest schedule and fare information.
Self parking is available for the hotel's registered guests at $18.95 plus taxes, per night, per vehicle.