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One of the things I like about many Canadian hostels is that they are often located in old and sometimes historic buildings. The HI hostel in Halifax is one such re-purposed building, originally constructed as a house in 1865, it passed through many hands over...More
It was a very nice hostel you can find people from different places around the world here. You can use its restaurants or tv room to watch tv. It's located in a good place near the downtown and waterfront. You will have an enjoying night...More
We had an overnight stay and we were very impressed by the helpfulness of the friendly guy on reception and the simple but useful welcome sheet we were given. The hostel is very clean, interesting architecturally, convenient for the station, Farmers' Market and Pier 21....More
I stayed here for a week.. Staff was excellent, and the facilities were clean. Large kitchen area was well used and well kept. My single room was modest but clean and comfortable. The living room areas were cozy and well stocked with DVDs, board games,...More
Stunning hostel in downtown Halifax! Close to all the major attractions. Clean and comfy dorm. Kitchen feels super homely and extremely attentive, knowledgeable staff. The only disadvantage is the distance from the 320 bus stop, from the airport. Maritime bus terminal is just round the...More
US$27 - US$57 (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!