Self-catering suites, free breakfast and a rooftop patio just a short stroll from the waterfront make the non-smoking Residence Inn by Marriott Halifax Downtown the savvy traveler's choice. Each of this non-smoking property's 92 suites on six floors provides free high-speed internet access, a 37-inch flat-panel TV with plug-in panel and a fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, stovetop, toaster and coffeemaker. Wake up to the free hot buffet breakfast, get in a workout in the 24-hour fitness center and enjoy jaw-dropping views from the rooftop patio and sun deck. Pets are welcome, and parking is available for an added fee. The hotel is on Grafton and Sackville streets in the heart of downtown Halifax. Walk two blocks to Citadel Hill, the historic Halifax waterfrom and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. A day of fun at Discovery Centre and the shops on Spring Garden Road are also two blocks away, as are St. Mary's Basilica and the Sexton campus of Dalhousie University. The public gardens are five blocks west, and Casino Nova Scotia is a half-mile north. Halifax Stanfield International Airport is 20 miles from the hotel. The "excellent" complimentary hot breakfast and "huge" rooms with kitchens make the "very modern" Residence Inn by Marriott Halifax Downtown "perfect for the family," say our guests.
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