< CANADA | HALIFAX: The Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites
Located at the corner of Spring Garden Road and South Park Street across from the beautiful Public Gardens, the Lord Nelson Hotel is a legendary landmark in downtown
Halifax. Named after Admiral Horatio Nelson, the hotel was built by a consortium of investors led by the Canadian Pacific Railway and opened for business on October 23, 1928.
As Halifax’s most historic hotel, The Lord Nelson is the first choice for corporate events, international conferences, wedding receptions and dinners. The hotel’s elegance, charm and Maritime hospitality attracts guests from around the world, including royalty, politicians and celebrities.
Golden Book of The Lord Nelson Hotel include names of: the Rolling Stones, Anne Murray, Keith Urban, the White Stripes, Jerry Seinfeld, Ozzy Osbourne, and Paul McCartney.
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