Hotels in Nova Scotia
From the urban enclave of Halifax to quaint fishing towns along the coast, travelers will rest comfortably in Nova Scotia hotels, ranging from luxurious boutique accommodations to beachside resorts and rustic wilderness lodges. All hotels in Nova Scotia one thing in common: they serve up the province's famed friendliness.
In downtown Halifax, the Prince George Hotel provides exceptional service and luxury amenities, such as Aveda bath products and high-speed wireless connections, while the lobby houses an upscale restaurant that has received rave reviews. The Trout Point Lodge, in southwestern Nova Scotia, offers its residents the amenities of a luxury hotel—in-room massages, a hot tub and sauna, and acclaimed hotel dining—combined with the rustic charm of a wilderness retreat. Activities include guided hikes, fishing, kayaking, mountain-biking and stargazing. Golf enthusiasts love to stay at the Fox Harb'r, a five-star resort that's especially well suited to romantic getaways. Couples might also want to kick back at Victoria's Historic Inn in Wolfville, which offers a cozy bed and breakfast experience without sacrificing high-class amenities. Read on for Travel + Leisure's recommendations for the best hotels in Nova Scotia.
The vertiginous view: the 15-room property sits on a cliff overlooking Ingonish Harbor.