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.
- 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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