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Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We loved the different pools and the hours that they are open, and the great staff. My husband and I did not like how the “quiet” indoor pools were being used by kids like a play area- cannonballs, rough housing and rowdy noise when the sign clearly says that it’s a quiet reflection area. We kept checking it periodically throughout the day, and even after 10pm it was like a kids’ water park. Hard to get our relaxation when we can’t find a calm and quiet area to decompress.

The outdoor pools are amazing. Kids had so much fun

We have come to Harrison for over 30 yrs. We have always enjoyed the quietness and ease of being at Harrison. But we've always gone in the winter months. This was the beginning of our trip across BC, so we we've never been at this time of year, plus it was a major holiday weekend. The resort was extremely busy. Nonetheless we were very surprised at how much the resorts policies had changed, such as allowing alcoholic drinks, or any drinks at all, allowed in the pools. The biggest disappointment was how much noise people were 'allowed' to make, especially in the 'QUIET' pools inside. It was so noisy that it made it impossible to relax and when I went to the spa to tell someone they just said I'd have to file a complaint at the front desk, which was already in overload from the numbers of people checking in and out. So I just left. The whole ambiance of what we've always experienced at Harrison seemed to have been gone and was not the quiet relaxing environment we'd known in the past. Especially for the rate increases that have happened over the years. This trip changed our experience of Harrison so much that we probably would not pay the high rates to go there again. It isn't worth it. With so many changes in the world, we are sad that Harrison too has changed too, and for us, not for the better.

Hot spring is good and complimentary tea time was great

The room was old and smelled. But the spa was good.

HHS resort is probably the nicest hotel among the other hotels in town, but there is definitely room for improvement. They have done a lot of remodeling which is nice, but parts of hotel still very outdated and not justify the price for some rooms.

Unique pools and hot springs. Beautiful setting with lake, beach, and mountains. Copper Room serves an excellent three course dinner.

The guy at the front desk was very helpful and gave us a bigger room to accommodate our group of 4. The room was nice and clean, especially for the price. The hot springs itself were a great, but someone should've been there to supervise unruly kids who were being loud and diving from the steps. Also there was some litter on the ground and not very many grounds personnel. There was also not very many places to hang up our towels and bags.

Really relaxing getaway, hot pools and Jacuzzi rooms are small but really comfy

It was nice staying in the hotel to be able to enjoy the hot springs within the hotel facilities. Bathrobes were provided which made it convenient. Complimentary tea and cookies were provided in the afternoon. There is a charge for parking.

Main hotel smells of mildew. Rooms have no AC. Guests pay for parking.

My wife and I stayed here as part of a dragon boat competition in Harrison Hot Springs. The location is beautiful and the hotel certainly makes you feel like you're in a special place. Overall our experience was enjoyable. We stayed in the main hotel with the older rooms, original from the 1926 rebuild. This led to the rooms--and bed--being a bit small for a double (by American standards).

Paper thin walls, squeaky wood floors, very small rooms with 1 double, toilet needed repair which they fixed during my stay which was inconvenient. No AC so had to keep Windows and drapes open so no privacy with many people looking in. Must have got the worst room for the lower rate.

100 Esplanade Avenue Harrison Hot Springs BC

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • 3 outdoor pools and 2 indoor pools

Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa places you adjacent to Harrison Lake Beach Park. This 351-room, 3-star hotel has 2 indoor and 3 outdoor pools, along with a full-service spa.


Dining

Enjoy dining at The Copper Room, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM.


Rooms

A TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include a coffee maker, a hair dryer, and an ironing board.


Property features

Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa features a full-service spa, 2 indoor pools, and 3 outdoor pools. Valet parking is available for CAD 20.00 per night. Other amenities at this hot springs hotel include a children's pool, a fitness center, and outdoor tennis courts.

Room options

Room, 2 Queen Beds, Mountain View, Tower

Queen 2 | Sleeps 5

Room, Multiple Beds (Heritage Building)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa

Everyone (10) Couples (2) Family (1)
4
Partner Couples

We loved the different pools and the hours that they are open, and the great staff. My husband and I did not like how the “quiet” indoor pools were being used by kids like a play area- cannonballs, rough housing and rowdy noise when the sign clearly says that it’s a quiet reflection area. We kept checking it periodically throughout the day, and even after 10pm it was like a kids’ water park. Hard to get our relaxation when we can’t find a calm and quiet area to decompress.

By on Jun 28, 2019

Review comment responded on Jul 5, 2019

The resort does get very busy once school is out. We do provide an adults only pool that is much quieter. Thank you for your comments and we do hope to see you return soon!

5
Everyone

The outdoor pools are amazing. Kids had so much fun

By on Jun 22, 2019

4
Partner Couples

We have come to Harrison for over 30 yrs. We have always enjoyed the quietness and ease of being at Harrison. But we've always gone in the winter months. This was the beginning of our trip across BC, so we we've never been at this time of year, plus it was a major holiday weekend. The resort was extremely busy. Nonetheless we were very surprised at how much the resorts policies had changed, such as allowing alcoholic drinks, or any drinks at all, allowed in the pools. The biggest disappointment was how much noise people were 'allowed' to make, especially in the 'QUIET' pools inside. It was so noisy that it made it impossible to relax and when I went to the spa to tell someone they just said I'd have to file a complaint at the front desk, which was already in overload from the numbers of people checking in and out. So I just left. The whole ambiance of what we've always experienced at Harrison seemed to have been gone and was not the quiet relaxing environment we'd known in the past. Especially for the rate increases that have happened over the years. This trip changed our experience of Harrison so much that we probably would not pay the high rates to go there again. It isn't worth it. With so many changes in the world, we are sad that Harrison too has changed too, and for us, not for the better.

By on May 21, 2019

Review comment responded on May 24, 2019

Thank you for the time taken to post a review. Clearly there are numerous areas identified for improvement. To expedite a response to your concerns we invite you to email us directly at info@harrisonresort.com. Please include a contact number with which we may reach you. Once again we thank you for your time and we look forward to resolving your concerns!

3
Families

Hot spring is good and complimentary tea time was great

By on Apr 27, 2019

4
Everyone

The room was old and smelled. But the spa was good.

By on Dec 13, 2018

4

nice hotel but room for improvement

Everyone

HHS resort is probably the nicest hotel among the other hotels in town, but there is definitely room for improvement. They have done a lot of remodeling which is nice, but parts of hotel still very outdated and not justify the price for some rooms.

By , from Washington on Aug 29, 2018

5
Everyone

Unique pools and hot springs. Beautiful setting with lake, beach, and mountains. Copper Room serves an excellent three course dinner.

By on Jul 5, 2018

4
Everyone

The guy at the front desk was very helpful and gave us a bigger room to accommodate our group of 4. The room was nice and clean, especially for the price. The hot springs itself were a great, but someone should've been there to supervise unruly kids who were being loud and diving from the steps. Also there was some litter on the ground and not very many grounds personnel. There was also not very many places to hang up our towels and bags.

By , from seattle,wa on Apr 7, 2018

5

relaxing

Everyone

Really relaxing getaway, hot pools and Jacuzzi rooms are small but really comfy

By , from Seattle wa on Feb 10, 2018

4

hot springs!

Everyone

It was nice staying in the hotel to be able to enjoy the hot springs within the hotel facilities. Bathrobes were provided which made it convenient. Complimentary tea and cookies were provided in the afternoon. There is a charge for parking.

By , from Mexico on Sep 11, 2016

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.