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Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa
Certificate of Excellence
vancouver, bc canada
2 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
“A 2nd stay at this hotel....”
Reviewed March 18, 2005

Last Fall at stayed at this venue in the West Tower - which wasn't the most enjoyable stay. Read my October review. Earlier this month, I stayed in the main hotel for four nights - a Junior Suite and quite nice. We had a king size bed and a view of the lake - no balcony, didn't miss it. The suite included a nice livingroom furniture and a spacious step up bathroom - looks like the room was freshly painted recently. Quite cozy and my husband liked to open the windows (with screens) to enjoy the fresh air while we slept.

We were on the 3rd floor and did hear a bit of noise with people loading and unloading at the front entrance but for the most part, it was very quiet and at night, not a creature was heard....I noticed that the West Tower is shut down - they are indeed renovating. We had friends staying in the East Tower - all updated now and I believe the newest tower or extension to this venue in recent years - very nice, tile floors, new furnishings, etc. But...we were quite happy in our little suite and I have no complaints - this time, there seemed to be less sounds of the pitter patter of feet which spoiled our stay in the West Tower in October.

While the Lakeside Cafe has excellent service and probably the best breakfast buffet I have ever seen or had, it is indeed expensive, $16CDN is just too much when I can walk down to one of the cafe's about 2 blocks away and get a fabulous omelette, hashbrowns, toast or anything else for less than $10. The hotel has a small coffee shop near the front entrance and they serve a breakfast sandwich with coffee for $4.95 - I didn't like it, a bit greasy. I had a great lunch there for about $8 - a salad and quiche - very good and a nice portion. Highly recommend the copper room but do the 5 course meal package, more bang for your buck and tummy!

Well that's about it for my 2nd review - would I go again? sure...we love the hot springs - so very relaxing to end each day with a good 'soak!' Good for the ol' bones - don't count on much else to do there - there's some shops here and there, a nice little chocolate shop near by which we ventured into, the local Sushi house is good but expensive - the best meal we had was dinner at the Old Settlers Pub - the best LAMB sirloin we have EVER tasted along with a good glass of red and we were in 7th heaven...gets busy there and its a small venue so get there early for dins.


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Reviewed February 22, 2005

My husband surprised me with a couple of nights at Harrison Hot Springs
Hotel and Spa. Had a half day at the spa as a gift. He had up graded
the room for he wanted it to be a special few days, for we have had a rough year. When we got there, we were on the second or third floor
lake view. This room was no differant from the previous room that we
had had the year before. The year before the room was to be in the
tower lake view and it wasn't!!!! The rooms were the same weather
you were up graded or not. The price was very high for what you got. It will be our last time at Harrison and will try other Hot Springs for were not impressed at all with the rooms and the price for what you get !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
For what we spent at Harrison we could of gone a lot of other places.

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Reviewed February 19, 2005

One of the worst hotels we have stayed at in years - small rooms - bathtubs so small - they shouldn't bothered. Paper thin walls you can hear the words from the tv's.

We went down the next morning to let them know our room was too loud - they said "so you will be checking out today then?" - not a good response people!

We checked out and went across the street to the Exeuctive Inn - it was exceptional

The only thing good about the Spa Hotel was the Jones Boys and the dancing at night - other than that 1/10
Service: they couldn;t care less that we were travel agents - been there before - or were unhappy.

They do sell day passes to use their pools - I suggest you stay anywhere else and go for a dip and dancing only

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Reviewed February 14, 2005

Went for Valentines weekend. Room was pokey with worn out carpet. Loud ventilation structure right outside window. Room was freezing. Called front desk, they explained the antiquated heating system which took 30 min to kick in and very very loud. We had a gift certificate which covered 2 nights. Unable to stand the motor noice, chose to turn off heater and sleep fully clothed to keep warm. After that awful night, checked out. Hotel now refusing to refund the difference. We have stayed in many hotels, thought the Harrison was renovated and more upmarket. Absolutely crappy. Carpet was worn out in several areas. Pools just reeked of large amounts of chlorine. Cant comment on food, never got that far. Overpriced. Winter is out of season. You can stay in whistler for 1/2 the price in their off season and have a far superior accommodation. We have ended up paying $434 for a night comparable to sleeping in a car.

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Reviewed February 13, 2005

paid ridiculously high price for cheap motel room like.. extremely disappointed..... they need to tear downt he main tower and build a new room.. everything was falling apart.. there were so many bugs in the springs it was disgusting.

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Juneau, AK
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Reviewed December 13, 2004

Our family stayed at the Harrison Hot Springs resort for two nights in December 2004. The oocasion was my brother-in-law's 40th birthday. A venue like Harrison would not have been my first choice - I am not big into the spa-and-soak thing - but that is where the choice was made, so I went with as open a mind as I could. I was furthermore concerned by the tone of some of the reviews posted here. I am pleased to say that I had a great time. Check-in moved right along despite a growing line of guests. We stayed in a room in the East tower and it was very nice - the bed was comfortable, the entire room was clean, and it was very quiet. The staff was attentive and friendly. The only high-speed internet access is in the lobby - a fast WI-FI connection. We had breakfast twice in the Lakeside Cafe. Suggest you order off the menu rather than do the buffet (although the buffet looked quite good). For $8.95 I got a bellyfull of eggs and suasages; the buffet was $14.95. The pools were really nice. I have been to a few hot springs before and I remembered them all as hot sulfur baths. The springs that feed Harrison are quite benign - very little odor to the water and no bad after-effects (i.e., dermatitis). It was very relaxing to take a dip. I left relaxed and refreshed. The location is very scenic and I think it would make a great getaway for anyone interested in getting away from it all in luxurious fashion.

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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 26 helpful votes
Reviewed November 30, 2004

Attended a business conference in November 2004. Was initially impressed with the front desk staff. Got to my room, in the more expensive tower, only to discover....a FILTHY plastic brush, loaded with hair IN MY BED. To their credit a maid was sent within 15 minutes to change the linens and the following night, chocolates were left on the pillow.
There were 19 other attendees. One of them found dirty towels behind the door of her bathroom. Another (you won't believe this!) had a man waltz into her room at 12:30 while she slept. It was the floor manager. He was trying to let in the 'real' occupant of the room. They had no record of her reservation and demanded to know who she was. To put this in perspective, you should know that she wasn't just ANY guest....she was the person they had been dealing with almost constantly for the previous month to make all the arrangements, including menus for all our meals....
Another person in the group had a king-size bed. The sheets didn't cover the whole mattress and so his feet were on a bare mattress.
I'll tell you the ONLY reason that this resort is not getting a "Terrible" rating from me: The food was absolutely STELLAR and served by impecably wonderful people AND the pools were great. I can not recommend the restauraunts enough.
There was another extremely large convention there, and this in the off-season, which may have over-taxed their abilities a bit in the off-season

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Property: Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa
Address: 100 Esplanade Avenue, Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia V0M 1K0, Canada
Location: Canada > British Columbia > Harrison Hot Springs
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #2 of 8 Hotels in Harrison Hot Springs
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3 star — Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa 3*
Number of rooms: 340
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Situated on the southern shore of Harrison Lake and surrounded by the Coast Mountains, Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa is a full service destination resort. The resort features 3 restaurants and a bar, Healing Springs Spa and five (5) spring fed hot mineral pools. An easily accessible getaway- the resort is only 90 minutes east of Vancouver and 45 minutes from the nearest Washington State border crossing. ... more   less 
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