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The Harrison Hot Spring Resort & Spa is convenient located at the end of the main street on the town. The access to the lake's beaches is just a cross of the street, We stayed at the West tower, it looks much better (newer) than...More
The hotel room is so comfy, friendly staff. I like that slide in the middle of the lake, kids are really having fun. They have huge pool only a few people were there if you swim a bit early. The village has a great selection...More
A little disappointed with our stay this year. Stayed in the East Tower, 8th floor. Carpets were very stained, screen door would not close. First night we had smokers next to us, last night had a dog barking for two hours on the balcony next...More
As the most expensive of the hotels we have stayed at whilst in Alberta & BC, this was meant to be the real treat! As such the price was high but having stayed 14 years ago so we're our expectations. Checkin was painfully slow (I...More
Overall the best hot springs in BC. When you take in the hotel and dining and the choice of 5 pools, this is a hard place to beat. Me and my grandson have one other place we like the hot pool better, but the overall...More
I believe it is the East Side. West Wing is good too. Stay away from Main - it's the oldest part. Pay the extra $ to NOT stay in the Main area. It ranges from $10-$30 more per night, and you should pay to not stay in the... More
I believe it is the East Side. West Wing is good too. Stay away from Main - it's the oldest part. Pay the extra $ to NOT stay in the Main area. It ranges from $10-$30 more per night, and you should pay to not stay in the Main tower.