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|Distance to city centre||0,3 km|
|Nearest airport||Vancouver Intl|
|Distance to airport||102,2 km|
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Multitude of pools. Staff enforced adult-only area and no rough-housing in meditative pool area. Valet service for car was only $8 more than self park and totally worth it! Stayed in older "Heritage" part of hotel and it was, of course, dated but you really got the feel of the historic quality of the place.
Street markings to Hotel are confusing. We drove around the building twice before we got the right road to the front entrance.
Location and amenities
To many kids but to be expected this time of year
No air conditioning in the room
The pools were fabulous and we thoroughly enjoyed that part.
The gym facility could have been better. Elliptical was inferior quality for the level of the resort. The “lap pool” should have a lane for laps, or don’t call it that as it is dominated by children (which I enjoyed watching). Carpet in the room felt a little old and icky. The medicine cabinet in bathroom was kind of icky - I wouldn’t have been comfortable putting my things in it.
The pools, especially the hot indoor pool, are very pleasant.
Be careful what room you book! The Heritage rooms DO NOT HAVE AIR CONDITIONING. The first floor of the older building smelled like stale urine. Carpets are old and need replacing. I was only there for one night to check it out for a future visit and naively booked a Heritage room with no air conditioning. I complained to the staff and they said it is clearly stated in the reservation, which it is. My bad. But it was NOT pleasant. I then asked if I could see a room in the "new" tower, for future reference, and they said "No, all the rooms are booked." I don't plan to return.
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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Most popular landmarks
- Harrison Lake Beach Park 192 m
- Tug Boat Junction Adventure Park 1,7 km
- Weaver Creek Spawning Channel 6,9 km