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Over Delta Halifax
Halifax is de hoofdstad van Nova Scotia en een stad met een rijke historie. De stad roemt zichzelf vanwege de witte zandstranden en een van 's werelds grootste natuurlijke havens. Van Pier 21, Canada's 'voordeur' voor vele duizenden immigranten, tot aan de Grand Pre National Historic Site, overal is het verleden nog aanwezig. Aandachtstrekker pur sang is het kanon op de Citadel National Historic Site, dat elke middag afgeschoten wordt. Lokale gezelligheid wacht u in de historische pubs met sfeervolle muziek. Het Delta Halifax beschikt over comfortabele kamers, met de kenmerkende June Jacobs Spa-producten in de badkamer. Voor de innerlijke mens biedt het hotel diverse opties, waaronder de Crown Bistro en Sam Slick's Lounge. U kunt ook kiezen voor het comfort van uw kamer en genieten van In-Room Dining.
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Airco, televisie, telefoon, internettoegang, koelkast, strijkijzer en -plank, föhn, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met bad.
Zoals Delta, uitzicht op de haven.
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Zoals Harbour View, ruimer en luxer.
Het Delta Halifax hotel ligt midden in het centrum van Halifax.
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Halifax is de belangrijkste stad van Nova Scotia aan de noordoostkust van Canada. Het vormt een tweelingstad met Dartmouth. Deze steden worden door de haven van elkaar gescheiden. Hoge gebouwen, moderne winkelcentra en historische gebouwen staan rondom het Citadel National Historic Park.
Always treated as a special guest by the reception staff at this Delta Hotel Halifax . Tina went the extra mile finding the perfect room for me during my stay! I can't say enough about the wonderful Chef Garwin and waiter Greg at the hotel restaurant and bar!! They both ensured that I had a great meal with all the extra attention to detail. Thank you for a memorable evening! I highly recommend the Delta Hotel Halifax and restaurant to anyone visiting the area!ðŸ‘ðŸ‘ðŸ‘
I stayed here one night on business. The staff was very friendly and helpful. My king size room had a beautiful view of the city, it was very clean and very comfortable. Lots of parking is available. The hotel is connected to Scotia Square, so if you want to do some shopping, grab some drinks at the liquor store, or grab a bite to eat (other than at the Harbour City Bar and Grill), it's all right there and you don't even have to step foot outside on a rainy or cold day. I will add that if you stay here, you have to have at least one meal at the Harbour City Bar and Grill! Beautiful atmosphere and wonderful food.
"Excellent as always"
Here for a conference in November 2016. Stayed before and two staff members recognized me from over a year ago! Great service, lovely room, tasty food, great location. What more could you ask for! Will be back for sure.
We were attending a concert in the ScotiaBank Centre in February and it was so effortless to park the car, shed the boots and coat and enjoy wonderful meals, the casino, shopping, etc. inside thanks to the extensive pedway. The staff was very helpful and friendly and the room was very comfortable.
"The Worst Hotel In Halifax."
I have traveled Canada coast to coast, Halifax to Vancouver, and in my travels I've stayed in countless hotels, motels, cottages, and cabins, but never have I felt so patronized, so antagonized, and so unwelcome as I did at the Delta Halifax. I nor my boyfriend were treated with even a single stitch of dignity and I am shocked, horrified, and appalled by nearly everything I was subjected to at this bottom-tier, second-rate, run down Delta. My first stay with this particular Delta was with my Mother in 2012. We both noted that the older individual with white hair who does night audit was hostile at best. On one occasion we requested something be brought to our room and he rudely suggested that we come get it ourselves. How incredibly lazy, how very impolite, how unacceptable. Shocked, I went to the desk for my Mother to get her the extra shampoo that she'd requested. It's needless to say that I did not appreciate how he spoke to my Mother. Fast forward to this year and my second attempt at a stay with the Delta Halifax. This time I stayed on a discounted rate as I worked for Marriott at the time and they'd recently acquired the Delta chain of hotels. Upon check-in there was a rather large line and not nearly enough staff to accommodate all guests. Absolutely none of the gentlemen at the front desk seemed even remotely interested in properly performing their job nor helping guests at all. I feel like this particular Delta scouted their guest service agents based on who had previous experience at a call center. It was almost as if I was baring witness to some sort of sick competition between the men at the front desk to see who could be the least personable, who could go the longest without smiling, who could be the the most curt, and who could best imitate a human robot. These men would likely be better off working behind a computer screen than with people face-to-face. Check-in set the tone for an incredibly uncomfortable stay. i had requested a room with a view of the ocean. instead, I was given a room with a view of a brick wall. The room itself was dingy, everything was one odd shade of brown or another, the wallpaper was peeling, the bed didn't have a fitted sheet, the bathroom had hairs in it, it smelled like a couple of old men rented it for a week and sat in it un-un-bathed, chain-smoking and eating potato chips until their departure, and the air conditioning didn't work. It was also very small and I felt like I'd walked into a claustrophobic 70s death trap. I left the room smelling like a cigarette. It was one of the worst rooms I'd ever laid witness to in my 25 years of life, worsted only by an rent-by-the-hour motel in Laval that I accidentally ended up at in 2015. On account of the numerous issues with the room, I made my way down to the front desk to request a change of rooms. I was shocked to see that the same individual who was rude to my mother four years prior was still hanging out at the front desk being incredibly impolite to anybody under the age of 40. When I asked for a change of rooms he told me "You're staying on a discounted rate. If I were you I'd take what I get and be quiet about it" despite offering to pay a regular rate for a livable room. Later in the night when my boyfriend and I and a guest of ours walked through the front doors he lectured me about their noise policy. I didn't ask about the noise policy and didn't appreciate his insinuation based purely on my appearance and age. At the time another coworker of mine was staying at the Delta Halifax and also noted that his behavior when dealing with young adults was unacceptable. I don't know this mans name but he does not belong in customer service and it's my strong recommendation that he retires promptly. May I suggest pursuing parking enforcement? The following day when finally someone came along to bring us a new bed sheet which we'd hoped was fitted, we were graced with yet another unfitted sheet. Apparently they don't use fitted sheets and what they had available was too small and came undone, exposing our faces to the bare mattress. Terrifying. The Housekeeping Supervisor, Mackenzie, who attended to our bed sheet issue, could have done a far better job in addressing our very specific requests not only regarding a new bed sheet but also potentially a new room. I am very unimpressed by Mackenzie and frankly every member of the guest service team at this particular hotel. If I didn't have to leave one star, I'd leave zero stars. There are no stars available for this hotel. The star died. I give the Delta Halifax one red giant out of all the red giants in the sky and beyond.There are so many wonderful hotels in Halifax, some of which I've outlined in my other reviews, some I've yet to but will. This is the LAST hotel that I would recommend to anybody visiting Halifax for any reason on any budget. May I instead recommend The Lord Nelson, The Marriott Courtyard, The Prince George, The Atlantica, or the Sheraton Four Points, all of which offer service, views, sleeps, and experiences far superior to any that the Delta Halifax could even begin to imagine. If you've booked a stay with the Delta Halifax, cancel it. Run, don't walk. If you were thinking about staying at the Delta Halifax, try somewhere else. You'll be happy that you did.
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