Leaf Bar

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax, Nova Scotia, is an ideal location for CCWESTT 2022. It is a modern port city filled with historic sites, museums and galleries, pubs and fine restaurants, lively night life, shopping, outdoor adventures and festivals.

Steeped in history and culture, life in Halifax revolves around the sea. But there’s so much more! Not only is Halifax, Nova Scotia the quintessential Maritime destination – where you can tour a natural harbour via a Halifax tall ship or relax on the waterfront, soaking up sea air – it’s also the cultural hub of Atlantic Canada. Real people, rich culture and music, historic architecture, and natural maritime beauty – these things leave visitors to Halifax with a lasting desire to return. For more information on the city of Halifax please visit:

Conference Hotel

Located in Halifax’s scenic downtown waterfront region, the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel welcomes you in comfort and style.  As the only hotel situated along the scenic Halifax waterfront, with one the largest and deepest ice-free natural harbours in the world, the hotel is close to the area’s popular waterfront dining, shopping and nightlife attractions.  Hotel amenities include a tranquil on-site spa, an indoor swimming pool, a fully-equipped gym and more.

Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel
1919 Upper Water Street, Halifax NS B3J 3J5 

Our conference room block is now sold out. 
To book the best available rate visit or phone Marriott reservations at 1 (800) 943-6760. 

If you wish to explore other hotel options nearby:
Hotel Halifax  
Barrington Hotel 

For a complete listing of all Halifax hotels click here.

Traveling to Halifax

By Air

If you’re flying into Halifax, you’ll arrive at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport (airport code YHZ), located about 30 minutes from downtown Halifax.  The airport is regularly serviced by 8 airlines, with an additional 6 seasonal offerings, bringing travellers in from a wide array of domestic and international destinations.

By Car

The province of Nova Scotia is connected to its neighbour, New Brunswick, by the Trans Canada Highway – providing a convenient link to the rest of Canada and the continental United States.

Getting to Halifax by Planes, Trains, Boats and Cars! – Discover Halifax (

There are various car rental options located right at the airport, helping you get on the road to downtown Halifax or airport car services are available curbside in the arrivals area for all arriving flights. A one-way trip to Halifax city centre is about $64.00 by taxi or limousine. Shared ride service may also be available.  For more details visit Transportation – Halifax Stanfield International Airport