Located right off Spring Garden Road in the heart of downtown Halifax, there is no more convenient location than the Mary-Ann. Our one and two-bedroom suites are newly renovated and feature fully equipped modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances, in-suite washer and dryer, a private balcony boasting views of downtown Halifax, and queen sized beds with quality linens providing the perfect place to relax after a long day at the office. Building amenities include underground parking, fitness center, and an outdoor social room. No matter your reason for visiting, the Mary-Ann is perfect place to call your home away from home during your stay in Halifax.
The Mary-Ann is a brand-new construction and an ideally located property. It is within an arm’s reach of the hustle and bustle of Spring Garden Road, but just far enough way to be a quiet place to relax. The Mary-Ann is also not only a residential building but is also home to businesses such as the Port, a high-end liquor store serving only wine.
Situated near the corner of Spring Garden Road, one of the city’s main shopping avenues the location of the Mary-Ann is the epitome of prime downtown living. We recommend taking a stroll down Spring Garden Road and exploring all the restaurants, bars, spas, and clothing shops it has to offer. Some of our favorite places to visit are the public gardens, Humani-T café, Cineplex Parklane, Roots, and Jennifer’s souvenir shop which carries local Nova Scotia artisans.
Directly across the street is the Halifax Central Library. A revolutionary construction and our city’s newest architectural masterpiece, this 129,000-square foot building has won multiple awards for its’ design. The library is not only home to books but also features Pavia Bakery, a large auditorium for events, and has an observation deck on the fifth floor with aerial views of downtown.
Being in the heart of downtown Halifax also comes with being surrounded by history. A few minutes’ walk away is the Citadel Hill National Historic Site. One of the city’s oldest monuments, Citadel Hill was built in the 18th century and used during the war as guardhouse to watch over the Halifax Harbor because of its sweeping water views. Today, the hill and the inside forts have been preserved and is open to guests for guided tours.
We sincerely hope you enjoy your stay with us at Moore Suites and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions about attractions, events, or anything else during your stay.