Travelodge Suites Dartmouth

AAA Inspector Rating
8.7
Very Good
177 Guest Ratings
101 Yorkshire Ave Ext
Dartmouth, NS B3A 0C5- Map It
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AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
2.6
Overall
Room2.9
Bath2.5
Public Areas2.3
AAA Inspector Notes
This pleasant hotel is on a hill with views of the waterfront from some rooms. All rooms have a comfortable bed and modestly styled furniture. The exercise room offers a minimal amount of equipment. 75 units. 3 stories, interior/exterior corridors.

Amenities & Services

WiFi
Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Accessible
Business Center
Type
Hotel
Location
Hwy 111 exit Princess Margaret Blvd; at toll booth for A. Murray MacKay Bridge. 101 Yorkshire Ave Ext B3A 0C5.
Eco Certification
The Green Key Eco-Rating Program recognizes hotels, motels, and resorts that are committed to improving their environmental performance.
Dining & Entertainment
nearby.
Business Services
Available on premises
Room Amenities
refrigerators, coffeemakers, wireless Internet. Some: microwaves.
Sports & Recreation
exercise room.
Guest Services
valet and coin laundry.
Terms
pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).

Guest Ratings

OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Very Good
Based on Ratings from 177 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 50
8.0
Verified Hotel Guest
Very Good
09-22-2017
Pros: Clean rooms, breakfast was ok
Cons:
9.0
Verified Hotel Guest
Wonderful
Solo Traveler
09-22-2017
Pros: The location was great for me, the room clean and comfortable, the breakfast was was varied, eggs, hot & cold cereal, and good. I definitely recommend this location for anyone visiting Nova Scotia and planning to spend time in both Dartmouth and Halifax.
Cons:
10.0
R A
Exceptional
Family with Teens
09-22-2017
Pros: Friendly staff, great breakfast
Cons: Smoking area was too close to airconditioner intake
8.0
Lei
Very Good
Group Traveler
09-22-2017
Pros: location
Cons: internet
9.0
Verified Hotel Guest
Wonderful
Family with Teens
09-22-2017
Pros: The location was excellent. Staying in Dartmouth is definitely a less expensive option than staying in Halifax. The hotel is within a five-minute drive to the MacKay bridge (highway 111), so accessibility to other parts of Nova Scotia is easy.
Cons: The room was dark - it might be time to change the light bulbs ti a higher voltage. (-: The breakfast area is small and mixes with the front desk. It's hard to know who's standing in line for the desk, or waiting for their toast to pop up. (sorry!)
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