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|"The hot spring pools are incredible."||(in 95 reviews)|
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Always a great getaway
Most of the staff were amazing, it’s shch great value, the pools are so relaxing and nice and clean. The environment the pools are in can’t be beat, so lush and wild. The family pool was great even for my infant, and the adults only pool is nice because it’s hotter. The resort is so grand and old. Harrison is always such a treat.
Some of the staff weren’t the nicest but they were the exception. The walls in the old part of the hotel are very very thin, so you can hear a lot and it’s easy to get a noise complaint even when talking at a reasonable volume. However, staying in the old part of the hotel adds to its charm so I’d go again, it’s just something to be aware of.
Old,dirty, musty, dusty, stink, had to pay for water in room. The beds were old and felt like sleeping on springs. The bed was so uncomfortable could not sleep and debated many times in the middle of the night to leave.
Only hot spring was ok however it's smelled and the air conditioning inside pool was horrible
This place is old and the pool water smelled like urine too many kids in the water not good for relaxing
Terrific spot for fun, family and friends to get together
Atmosphere, staff, location, amenities
The only thing I liked about this hotel was the pools, proximity to the lake and walking distance to restaurants.
The room that me, my wife and toddler had was one of the smallest hotel rooms I've ever had the displeasure to stay in. This side of the hotel (rooms above lobby side) are in desperate need of a renovation. Felt as if we were stepping into a hotel room from the 80's. Old, torn carpet, cob webs in the windows, uncomfortable bed with a headboard from the 70's. Not somewhere you'd want to spend a romantic night with your significant other.
The room was nice and comfotable in the East tower and really loved swimming in the warm pools.
The outside pool bathrooms where not clean. There are alcohol cups left around the pool where children can swim. The price is expensive.
Flexible opened hours for swiming pools; especially for adults.
No AC in main hotel without notifying customers which made a room like sauna or steam room.
Courteous staff, clean, very relaxing. The area is beautiful, nested in gorgeous mountains along the waterfront of a picturesque lake. Very romantic (there were three weddings there during our three day/night stay. The pools & spa are top notch.
If you are looking for a quaint town to explore or do some shopping, this is not the place to go. If you have any desire to do anything on the Internet, this is not the place to go. Although advertised free wifi, it is virtually non-existent in the rooms.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa, opened in 1886, provides a space for travelers to rest, dine, relax, and explore. Located in Fraser Valley in British Columbia, Canada, the resort features five mineral hot springs and is about 1.5 hours from Vancouver. The hotel is famous for offering its guests healing spa treatments. The onsite marina offers fishing and nature tours, as well as kayaks and bumper boats. Lakeside Cafe has a breakfast buffet, lunch, and dinner menu in a casual environment.
Harrison Hot Springs has four restaurants. Guests can dine and dance at the Copper Room, where there is a house band. Islands Bar has floor to ceiling windows with views of Harrison Lake and the Coast Mountains, as well as an outdoor patio. Miss Margaret's is a coffee shop with breakfast and snacks.
Of the 5 mineral pools, there is an adults-only pool and one to swim laps. Other resort features include the tennis courts, event space, and nearby parks. The onsite spa offers relaxing treatments and special package deals.
Guests can stay in pet-friendly rooms, cottages or suites. Rooms are available in the West Wing, Heritage Building, East Tower, and West Tower. All rooms have a coffee maker, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs with pay-per-view movies, refrigerators upon request, and classic furniture.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa is a romantic and adventure-packed location popular with couples or families. Its proximity to the city, onsite amenities, natural scenery, and accommodations make it a wonderful retreat for many travelers.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Cleaning and sanitation amenities are included when you book a pet-friendly room. An approximate C$ 23 ($30) fee per night is applied for bringing your faithful companion, with plenty of open areas outside to take them for a walk.
Provide the most luxurious present by getting a gift certificate for a room, spa service or dining experience at Harrison Hot Springs. Give the recipient the freedom of choosing when they use their voucher so that they can make the most of the lavish resort.
The vintage-style cozy rooms feature wooden details and a large bedroom, so that you’ll have the time and space necessary to hit the reset button. Standalone buildings that are separate from the rest of the resort, the bungalows, feature a patio and chairs outside for social gatherings.
Welcoming travelers for well over 100 years, the establishment has a palpable aura. The charming resort has a distinctive old-fashioned feel and offers direct access to the wonders of British Columbia nature such as Harrison Lake and Sasquatch Provincial Park.
Book a table at The Copper Room and take in some marvelous tunes from the house band while you eat. Savor an appetizing meal and then break out some moves on the dancefloor with a glass from the extensive wine list. Music continues through until at least 10:00 pm, with the band staying on even later during the weekend.
Play a game at the world-class, PGA-rated Harrison Resort Golf Course. Only a short trip down the road from the hotel, this 9-hole beauty will challenge your swing like never before across the 3,375 yards.
The concierge service of the hotel is able to book you a number of trips with private companies, such as Harrison Ecotours, which specializes in wildlife education and animal watching. Change up the pace and head out on jet skis and tubes with Harrison Water Sport, who also have a floating waterpark for you to explore. One-day access to the waterpark and a towed ride on the bumper boat starts from approximately C$ 38 ($50), with wet suit rental included.
The biggest transport hub in the area is Vancouver International Airport, which is roughly a 90m drive away. Deciding to pick up a rental car is a popular option, with rental agencies such as Budget, Thrifty, Avis, Hertz and Europcar to choose from. The trip from the airport takes in some stunning mountain scenery along the Fraser River, with beautiful places to stop and stretch the legs. (Prices checked 03/05/19).
Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa is located at 100 Esplanade Avenue, 0.3 km from the centre of Harrison Hot Springs. Harrison Lake Beach Park is the closest landmark to Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa.
Yes, Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa does not offer free parking.
No, Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa is 20.1 km from Chilliwack. Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa is 53.2 km from Abbotsford.
Yes, Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa has a pool on-site.