A Halifax landmark since 1876 the Waverley offers guests thirty-four uniquely decorated guest rooms, featuring such gracious amenities as canopy beds, European style feather-beds, private baths, oversized jacuzzi baths, fluffy terry-robes, and beautiful Victorian period antiques, which add charm and character. We are located in the downtown area of Halifax, Nova Scotia, within easy walking distance of most major attractions and points of interest and free on site parking.
All Guests Receive Complimentary:
Wireless internet access in all guest rooms
Deluxe Continental Breakfast Buffet
Evening tea, Coffee and Snacks
High-Speed Internet Terminal in the Lobby
Local telephone calls
Memories Are Made Here. A Place Where Dreams Come True.
Imagine, your room furnished with beautiful antiques: four-poster beds with lace canopies, some with feather mattresses, maybe your own private jacuzzi to add to the romance. Imagine No More! This fantasy is yours at Halifax's Waverley Inn, with elegant rooms and friendly service to make your special occasion an unforgettable memory of charm and romance.
Shopping, Dining, Sightseeing, Nightlife and more...
Halifax is one of Canada's most scenic seaport cities. It is a bustling center for commerce, trade, education, and culture while still maintaining a warm and friendly small town atmosphere. The main attraction of the Downtown area is the historic waterfront district with its shops, cafes, galleries, and restaurants. Because the historic downtown area is fairly compact, walking is the best way to get around. In the Historic Properties, on the Halifax Waterfront, quaint shops and galleries dot many of the small cobblestone walkways. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is located here with an impressive display of local folk art. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is also near by, with extensive exhibits on the region's sea faring history and the great disasters of the Halifax Explosion and the sinking of the Titanic.
For the more adventurous, Harbour Tours, Deep Sea Fishing Expeditions and Nature Cruises can all be arranged through the Tour Boat Center at the bottom of George Street on the waterfront.
The Halifax Citadel is on a hilltop overlooking the city and the harbour. This 19thCentury British military fortress is the most visited national historic site in Canada. Uniformed re-enactors portray members of the 78th Highlanders and the Royal Artillery. Guided tours are available, there is a firing of 'the noon gun', elaborate military drills are performed throughout the day and the spectacular views of the city from the massive stone walls surrounding the fortress should not be missed.Starting rates. Please contact us for detailed rate information.