The Radisson Suite Hotel Halifax is located on the east side of Hollis Street and to the north of Sackville Street in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Situated about 200m from the city's waterfront the hotel is within 1.2km of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the Halifax Citadel, and Halifax Common.
Dalhousie University (2.2km) and St. Mary's University (2.5km) are also within a short distance of the hotel as are most downtown Halifax destinations (distances - Google Maps).
Facilities at the hotel include a restaurant, a fitness centre, valet parking ($18.95 per day), a sauna, and a heated indoor pool. The restaurant, which is called Ryan Duffy's, is open from at least 7am until 10pm daily. Menu items include steaks, seafood, and a selection of wines.
The hotel is an all-suites property meaning that there is a separate living room and bedroom for each rental unit. The suites offer complimentary high speed Internet access, two televisions, microwaves, mini-fridges, coffee makers, irons, ironing boards, and hair dryers. Standard suites feature one king bed or two queens and each room has a queen size pull-out sofa bed.
Check in time at this hotel is at 3pm while check out time is at 1pm.
Guests that stayed at the Radisson Suite Hotel Halifax were overwhelmingly satisfied with the property. The location of the hotel, the suites, and the staff all received consistently positive and strong reviews.
Guests that liked the location of the hotel typically liked being downtown. Some guests that were more specific on what they liked said that they enjoyed being close to the harbour or to the Halifax waterfront. Many guests also considered the location to be "prime" for restaurants and bars.
There were numerous guests who liked their suites and they frequently said that it was because of the size. Guests thought their rooms were spacious, "very large," or even "huge." Many guests also called their suites clean and there were only a minimum of complaints about a lack of cleanliness at this property and even those were concerns were relatively minor.
Occasionally a guest described his/her view from his room and these guests liked overlooking the waterfront.
The staff at this hotel were practically unblemished in guest reviews and often they were described with very strong compliments. One guest called the staff "amazing," another said they were "fantastic," while another guest called them "fabulous."
Complaints about this hotel were quite rare and even the ones that were made seemed passive in nature. Usually when a guest complained about something he/she did not seem too upset. Also, when concerns were expressed they were often belittled by the number of compliments that the same reviewer issued.
However, occasionally guests mentioned that they would have liked it if breakfast was included in their room rates. Some guests also said that they did not like the Sleep Number mattresses that the hotel used.
Typically this hotel received either a perfect score from guests or a near-perfect score and as a result there's not much bad to say about this hotel. Not surprisingly, it was the top ranked property with Priceline for Halifax hotels at time of writing.
guest ratings averaged to 9.1 points out of 10 and the hotel ranked 1st of 26 Halifax properties.
guest ratings averaged to 9.3 points out of 10 and the site had 11 reviews.
Hotels.com guest ratings averaged to 4.7 points out of 5 and the site had 59 reviews.