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The Westin Nova Scotian, our official hotel, is looking forward to hosting you in Halifax, Nova Scotia for GoMedia Canada 2017.

 

The “Nova Scotian” first opened its doors on June 23, 1930 as one of the original Canadian National Railway landmark hotels. The rear of the hotel has a full view of the Port, where luxury liners historically docked.  Halifax has the second largest natural harbour in the world next to Sydney, Australia; today over 130 cruise ships visit the Halifax Seaport every year.

As a guest you’ll be in good company. Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth visited the hotel twice, once in the 1950s and once in the 1970s. The late Princess Diana hosted her only official Royal dinner on an Eastern Canadian tour at the hotel in the early 1980s. Virtually every Prime Minister has stayed in the hotel since 1930.

In 1996 the heritage hotel re-opened as the Westin Nova Scotian and is currently a AAA Four Diamond hotel. The hotel lounge was recently renamed after long-time bartender Roy Clorey who has been bartending at the Nova Scotian since 1963. Roy looks forward to meeting you.

 

As a GoMedia delegate, please find your discounted rates and group codes below. When calling the hotel to book, please make sure to request the GoMedia Partner Block to ensure you receive the GoMedia group rate.

 

The Westin Nova Scotian

1181 Hollis Street

Halifax, NS B3H 2P6

 

Room Rate:

Traditional Queen or Double Room: $199 +tax

  

Reservation Link:https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/Partner

 

Booking instructions:

Reservations can also be made via phone toll free at 1-888-627-8553. Guests must reference "Go Media Partner Block" to gain access to discounted rates.

 

  

RESERVE BY AUGUST 1, 2017

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