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I loved the HI Halifax hostel. Of all the places I've stayed recently, this one was top of my list. I felt really at home there! The TV room was cozy and great after s long day of exploring. The kitchen was well equipped and...More
In the way of hostels, this is the worst the most mediocre one I've stayed in, especially when price is considered. As someone who was looking to travel on a budget, I was hoping that a hostel would be my best bet but it still...More
I stayed in Halifax for 2 nights, and I booked 8 bed female dorm with my friend. Since it is a hostel, the price is a lot cheaper than the price of other hotels. But the location of this hotel is in the center of...More
I stayed here in December for 3 nights and had a 6 bed female dorm to myself. As it was out of season the hostel was so quiet. Hostel is clean and safe. Great location, 5 mins walk from the water. There is a large...More
I won't sugarcoat it- this is a hostel. It kinda smells like dudes and other people's cooking when you walk in. It's also in a heritage building so floors are creaky, furniture is worn, and so on. That being said, there was always hot water,...More
US$25 - US$52 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I believe so. In the USA, 18 is considered an adult while 21 is the legal drinking age. Not sure how that all works in Canada but with alcohol not being sold/ served on the premises, I don't see why you would have a problem... More
I believe so. In the USA, 18 is considered an adult while 21 is the legal drinking age. Not sure how that all works in Canada but with alcohol not being sold/ served on the premises, I don't see why you would have a problem. Give them a call just to be on the safe side. Happy travels!