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100 Esplanade, V0M 1K0 Harrison Hot Springs – Show map
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Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds
Tennis Court, Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Windsurfing, Canoeing, Hiking, Water Sports Facilities (on site), Water Park, Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Indoor Pool (all year), Hot Spring Bath, Game Room, Evening Entertainment
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs CAD 6 per day.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs CAD 12 per day.
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 17 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged CAD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged CAD 20 per night in an extra bed.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Situated between dramatic, snow-capped mountains and the beautiful Harrison Lake, Harrison Hot Springs Hotel offers a luxurious spa and light, modern rooms. Harrison Beach is just a short walk away.
Score from 339 reviews Review score
This Harrison Hot Springs hotel is located across the road from Harrison Lake and is 11 miles from Dinotown Jurassic Theme Park. The hotel has a gym and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 160 reviews Excellent
In Harrison Hot Springs, this hotel features a rooftop guest terrace. A full kitchen and a fireplace are available in all guest rooms. Harrison Beach is just 100 yards away.
Score from 88 reviews Very good
Comfort Inn Chilliwack serves a continental breakfast and offers a 32-inch flat-screen cable TV in every room. Ideally situated directly off Highway 1, this hotel is adjacent to Cottonwood Mall.
Score from 65 reviews Good
It is a unique place to come to for a few days of relaxing ,especially in the heated pools ,and not being too far fron home .
We think your breakfasts are much overpriced especially for seniors ,who may eat an omelette ,a few pieces of bacon , fruit,and a piece of toast at best,and coffee. When you get over 80 to 90 a person eats very little .
The pools were so relaxing
The smoke alarm sounding 4 chirps at 1:45 AM
the hot pools
Room had great view of Mountains! Hot Springs and pools very relaxing
Room wasn't that clean - dust on dark surfaces! and stained carpets. Had to pay $200 Damage Deposit up front, and wait for them to check out room before leaving!!
- the room, much better than the one we stayed last time - the view, it had mountain and part of the lake - the hot springs of course!
- it was very inconvinient to walk from the parking lot to our room which was in the east building
The beds are excellent. I have a bad back/neck problem and more that often wake up with huge headaches. I+Sleeping on your beds were like waking up in heaven.... Best sleep ever, thank you. Also, thank you for letting us check in very early in the afternoon.
Small room, and the bed is so not comfortable
All the staff members were friendly, helpful and happy. They made me feel like a friend, rather than a customer. The food was good, the lounge was nice. I went to the spa for a half day package - very relaxing, highly recommend this.
The bed in my room squeaked so every time I rolled over, it woke me up. The pillows were too squishy. The fan provided did not provide enough cool air - it was too hot to sleep. The hotel should updated the older rooms and add air conditioning.
The staff were extremely helpful, kind and cheerful.
Too many stairs for me, a senior with a walker. The wheelchair access to pools etc. was very hazardous, with ramps which were far too steep. Accidents waiting to happen to anyone in a wheelchair!
The pools were wonderful. The location is absolutely heavenly.
No air conditioning in the room, so it was very hot. Our room was overlooking the pool area, and the early morning staff, who began work at 3:45 in the morning, were making noise as they were rearranging the chairs and bringing towels to the poolside. They were talking as well. While they weren't REALLY loud, it was enough to wake me up every 20 minutes or so, from 3:45 to 8 in the morning, when the kids arrived. So overall, three nights of poor sleep.
the view is beautiful.
front desk not friendly, hotel pillows and carpet smell old. Could hear people talking and laughing from 1:30a.m. til 4:30a.m.
The indoor & outdoor pool areas are absolutely beautiful. The grounds are lit nicely at night too.
We were in the older section of the hotel & our room really needed a remodel. There was no counter space in the bathroom & the room was dated.
The location of the hotel
Room had no air conditioning and faced the hot spring pools. People were in the pool until past midnight and in as early as 7:30.
The pools were great. Valet parking was good
Accomodation. -Drainage of other rooms filled my bath tub, so I could not shower for 2 days. Had maintenance people in room to try to fix problem wut did not succeed. -We did not get what was offered in package. The staff blaimed it on the Booking.com involvement.
Hot pools were very relaxing and tea time was a nice treat
The cost of the room could be a bit less
We loved the pools,spent 80%of our time relaxing:)
We were in tiny room first night,but they fixed for next 2nights.they defiantly need 2bartenders,waiting for drinks up to 10mins sometimes
Very close to our home but offers a great escape. The natural hot springs feed the pools which is a real treat.
We have eaten in the Copper Room in the past and found the food over priced and not very special. However, the band is good and people can dance.
The Harrison Hot Springs Resort occupies prime real estate surrounded by the vaulting ramparts of pine-clad, snow-flecked mountains on the sandy shore of glistening Lake Harrison. This is a truly spectacular venue.
Like a dowager aunt arrayed in frayed finery the resort hotel subsists, for the most part, on the recollection of a long-vanished grandeur. Even the latest addition – the east wing – is a quarter-century old and it shows. Our room was spacious, comfortable and reasonably well equipped but it was, apart from a flat-screen TV, long overdue for a makeover – and some housework. The aura of dissolution in the room was augmented by pockets of grubbiness and compounded by the faint piquancy of hydrogen sulphide that wafts through the entire resort. However it was left to the resident spider (or two) that had artfully strung webs between the light fittings to consolidate our disappointment. We heard that the rooms in the original hotel building are downright dowdy so were grateful for not taking that lower-cost option. Sometime during its downward spiral the hotel apparently decided to reinvent itself as a kids water-park. If you are looking for a place to bask peacefully in the natural hot spring waters then you won’t find it in most of the hotel’s spa pools that are overrun by children doing what they do best around bodies of warm water. There are exceptions but one look at the unsavory state of the source of the spa water (about 10 mins. walk from the resort) discourages touching the stuff let alone bathing in it. Given what has become of the resort it was amusing to see that the Copper Room restaurant still clings to a stuffy dress code. Whoever runs the restaurant evidently hasn’t stayed in one of the hotel rooms recently or seen the source of the spa water that lends its name to the resort. Even if it were cheap it would still rate as fair. If we came back we would stay elsewhere and enjoy the venue on a day trip without suffering the resort.
We were upgraded to a king bed and given a cot for free
Air conditioner was not working!!! Fan had mold on it!!!
Hot springs are very relaxing. Harrison Lake and surrounding mountains are awesome. Lakeside cafe offered great breakfast and dinner.
too many kids in the pool - doesn't feel like a spa during the day.
Swimming pools very good and hot tub...also very good.
the restaurant very expensive...and the food are not good.
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