HALIFAX, NS -- (Marketwire) -- 10/10/12 -- From lively entertainment and a calming harbour to world-class shopping and fine dining, there is an abundance of activities to explore near Halifax downtown hotels, which is why the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel is offering the "Out" In Canada package.
This hotel in Halifax, NS prides itself on making every guest feel at home, offering unparallelled service and resort-like amenities. With this special package, guests will receive deluxe accommodations in a guest room or suite, both featuring marble bathrooms and flat-screen TVs, plus complimentary breakfast and a gay and lesbian guide to the city.
With this Halifax, Canada hotel deal, you'll have a chance to experience the best the city has to offer, including a vibrant nightlife scene that boasts the most bars per capita in all of Canada, pulsing nightclubs and romantic wine bars. If you'd rather spend your time winning money than spending it, this downtown hotel is connected to Casino Nova Scotia via an enclosed walkway, so you can try your hand with Lady Luck.
You'll be within walking distance from some of the most popular Halifax, Canada restaurants, covering every type of cuisine imaginable to satisfy your every craving. For seafood lovers, Salty's and 5 Fisherman are just steps away. If you're in the mood for great Italian, try daMaurizio. Hamachi House serves some of the most inventive Japanese Fusion cuisine in the city.
Between excursions to these fabulous restaurants and local sights, relax at the full-service Interlude Spa with treatments ranging from body scrubs and wraps to facials and massages. To learn more about the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel, visit the hotel website at www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yhzmc-halifax-marriott-harbourfront-hotel/, where you can book rooms and plan your day or night on the town with a guide to dining and attractions.
To book the "Out" In Canada package, visit www.marriott.com/specials/mesOffer.mi?marrOfferId=763222&displayLink=true or call 1-888-236-2427 and be sure to enter/mention the promotional code ZJL when booking. This package is available through August 10, 2013.
About the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel
If you're looking to be in the centre of it all without giving up some quiet time, the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel offers a central downtown location just steps from shopping, dining, entertainment and businesses, along with unparalleled service that will ensure peace of mind. This AAA 4-Diamond hotel overlooks the harbour and offers a resort-like escape including an indoor pool, whirlpool, state-of-the-art fitness centre and full-service pampering at Interlude Spa. Accommodations are an extension of the calm property-wide feel and feature luxurious bedding and plug-in panels in guestrooms along with harbour views and bathrooms with rain showers and granite accents. Concierge-level rooms at this 4 Green Key-rated and TAG Approved hotel include access to the exclusive lounge offering a deluxe continental breakfast, honour bar and hors d'oeuvres. Business travellers will appreciate this hotel's direct connection to the World Trade & Convention Center and Casino via an indoor skyway, while more than 17,000 sq. ft. of event space is available for large or small business meetings, conferences or celebrations of every kind.
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