The Atlantica Hotel Halifax is located on the west side of Robie Street to the south of Quinpool Road in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Nearby attractions include Halifax Common (500m), the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History (500m), the Halifax Citadel (950m), and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic (1.8km).
Hotel facilities include self parking ($17/day), more than 9000 square feet of meeting space, a business centre, an indoor pool, and a fitness centre. Additionally, the hotel has a restaurant, room service, a bar/lounge, a gift shop, laundry facilities, and luggage storage.
The pet friendly property has 232 non-smoking rooms that include free high speed Internet, free local calls, cable TV, pay per view movies, complimentary bottled water, and desks. Rooms also feature air conditioning, hair dryers, and irons with ironing boards. Bedding options at the hotel are either one king bed or two double beds.
Check in time at this property is at 3pm and check out time is at noon.
Guests who stayed at the Atlantica Hotel Halifax generally seemed happy with the hotel. The guest rooms, the location of the property, and the staff received the most compliments.
Guests who liked their rooms at the hotel usually said that they were clean. Multiple other guests said that they found the beds comfortable while several guests approved of the views from their rooms.
The location of the hotel was well-liked by guests many of which were general and just said it was "convenient." Others said that they liked being close to downtown and the amenities that were offered there. Some guests said that they liked being close to shopping or to restaurants.
Staff at the hotel were commonly described as "friendly," helpful, and/or accommodating. Some guests were more adamant in expressing their approval as one guest called the staff "wonderful."
Many guests who complained about the Atlantica Hotel Halifax were clearly unhappy with the parking situation. Some other guests had issues with the rooms they received.
In regard to parking, guests frequently made negatively spirited comments about the cost of the service. These guests seemed to think that $17 per night was an expensive add-on and the charge was especially unwanted by guests who did not expect the fee. Some guests did not complain about the price directly but rather they complained about the parking spaces themselves. They were occasionally described as small spots that could not fit larger vehicles like trucks.
Guests were normally happy with their rooms but those that were not usually said that they were run down or needed to be updated. Some guests seemed to think that the rooms lacked some appointments with multiple guests unhappy that their rooms did not have a fridge.
guest ratings averaged to 8.3 points out of 10 and the hotel ranked 10th of 26 properties in Halifax.
Hotels.com guest ratings averaged to 4.1 points out of 5 and 90% recommended the property.
Booking.com guest ratings averaged to 8.6 points out of 10 and the site had 55 reviews.