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Get your bathing suits ready and jump in to our Water Park Package! Bring your family to #Harrison for a little #summer fun including breakfast, access to our mineral pools, room service pizza dinner, and bumper-boat rides at Harrison Watersports! http://ow.ly/xjSYf
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Time to book your summer family vacation in British Columbia with us. Take a look at our get wet or water park escapes and pack your swim suits!
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If you're looking for a little more privacy while at Harrison Resort, stay in one of our cottages! These spacious stand-alone bungalows are perfect for couples, small families, or those needing pet-friendly accommodation. http://ow.ly/x3WoC
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#Springbreak is a great time to getaway to Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa. With our British Columbia family vacation package, you can watch a family movie together, play a board game, take a refreshing walk or just relax in the hot spring pools. Leave the cooking to us so you can enjoy your family time.
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This sounds like a great escape and a chance to indulge the senses.
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Bed, Breakfast and Dinner Package - Friday Night Escape to Harrison Hot Springs Resort

Need a break after the busy holiday season? We have the perfect package to give you time to relax and soak in the hot pools. Dinner and breakfast is included so you just need to park your car and enjoy Harrison's serene location. Your package includes:

Friday Night Accommodation 
Italian Buffet Dinner for two in the Lakeside Cafe
Buffet Breakfast for two in the Lakeside Cafe
Use of our five hot spring pools and the fitness room
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Get wet this summer with our Get Wet Family Package! Includes 2 nights accommodation, breakfast, bumper boat rides and water slides! Not to mention unlimited access to our wonderful mineral pools. http://ow.ly/ys3qv 
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Escape the city & take advantage of our most popular package with breakfast, hot springs, & dinner and the Copper Room. http://ow.ly/xjSYf
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Have you planned any summer escapes? Take a look at our family and couple specials and book early to get a discount.
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"Be My Valentine" is the only thing you will hear when you surprise your sweetheart with this romantic BC getaway. Our package includes:
-One night accommodation
-Valentine's Dinner in The Copper Room for two
-Breakfast in the Lakeside Cafe for two
-Sparkling Wine room amenity
...and more! 
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Late fall is the time the Bald Eagles return to Harrison River by the thousands. One of the best ways to observe the eagles is by taking a jet boat tour from our dock with Harrison Eco Tours. After your tour, come back and enjoy a soak in our hot pools. Our package includes:

-Two Nights Accommodation
-Lakeside Cafe Buffet Breakfast each morning
-Two hour Harrison Lake and River Boat Tour
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Join us this month to celebrate a major beer-tasting event in the upper Fraser Valley held at our resort & spa. Activities include handmade cask ale tastings; Meet the Brewers showcase and Octoberfest Dance with beer, pretzels, bratwurst and lots of Oom Pah Pah fun!

Our Beer Festival package includes: 2 nights accommodation, Lakeside Cafe Buffet Breakfast each morning, event tickets to Friday Cask Night and Saturday Beer Festival and use of our five hot spring pools and the fitness room!

http://www.harrisonresort.com/Specials-and-Packages.aspx
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100 Esplanade Ave Harrison Hot Springs, BC V0M 1K0 Canada
100 Esplanade AveCABCHarrison Hot SpringsV0M 1K0
(866) 638-5075harrisonresort.com
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Family adventure. Romantic relaxation. Nightlife and great cuisine. It’s all here at Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa – a landmark British Columbia resort hotel on the picturesque shores of Harrison Lake. 

  • Activities – There are many things to do in Harrison Hot Springs such as golfing, hiking, shopping, fishing and taking a nature tour. You can visit the nearby marina which has kayaks and bumper boats and don’t miss the famous Harrison Tulip Festival that offers unparalleled natural beauty.
  • Accommodations - Harrison Hot Springs Resort has great amenities to suit anyone’s needs. The Hot Springs Spa offers soothing massage therapies and body wraps, hand and foot treatments, and waxing and beauty services to help you look and feel your best. There are also four on-site restaurants with tasty food for all ages.

Harrison Hot Springs Resort is perfect for a family vacation or your next wedding and honeymoon. Visit our website and book your reservation today!

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People talk about copper room, east tower, hemlock valley, sandpiper golf club and sound proofing
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Tyler P
reviewed a week ago
Its really trying to be a 4 star resort unfortunately the only thing that is 4 stars is the prices. Cons: The walls are thin and our neighbors are noisy. We can definitely sing along with their music and can keep up with their conversations. The beds are firm, like padded plywood floating on springs firm perhaps I am spoiled with my pillow top mattress at home... But my wife and I are having problems sleeping on the beds lots of tossing and turning and the neighbors are not helping (it is 12:43 am as I write this rolling around on the bed) We booked a lake view room in the West tower as we thought it being one of the most expensive rooms it would be nice or that we would at least have a decent view.... Well we are located on the bottom floor by the elevator with kind of a lake view between the trees and the floating Waterpark. Don't get me started with the pedestrians that can look right in the room... What's the point of paying for the view if you have to close the blinds for privacy? "view" rooms should be at least on the second floor. Pros: The pools are nice if you can tune out the screaming children. The adult pools are not that far from the "family" pools. LCD TV is decent... Amazing shower it's the best part of the stay! the shower is small and odly segregated from the rest of the bathroom tucked away in a separate room with the toilet but it has amazing water pressure. All in all: It's not all bad... But the value is off if the rooms had comfortable beds and a little more sound suppression they could get away charging the current rates but come on the pools do not make up for the 2 star hotel attached to them.
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Response from the owner - in the last week
Hi Tyler - we appreciate your feedback. We have many rooms to suit a variety of budgets and lifestyles. In the summer, we tend to have many families visiting with children. Many of our patrons prefer to stay near the ground floor as it offers quicker and easier access to the grounds. Consider reserving a room higher up in one of the towers on your next stay.
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Jessica M
reviewed a year ago
My husband and I took a weekday bed and breakfast deal offered for March. Which was Good. it wasnt very busy which was Good. The staff i found helpfull from the doorman to the waiter at lakeside cafe and front desk service. What was EXTREMELY DISSAPOINTING was the fact we paid a high price for a very crummy room. No sound barrier between floors! I came for a relaxing stay, looking forward to sleep in..Instead i got to listen to the people above me talk, comfort their screamimg baby (ALL NIGHT!) and walk around on creaky floors above my head!!! this was in the "main hotel" area for reference. ..I cant believe you charge that much on a "special" for that type of a room. I felt like i was in one of those crummy gehetto apartments.
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James Burchart
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Terrible
Dawna Browne
reviewed 8 months ago
I recently attended a friends wedding at the Harrison Resort & Spa and was very pleased. The staff were great, very helpful and great attention to detail when we were setting up. The food at the wedding was delicious, and the rooms themselves weren't half bad either ( mind you we didn't stay at the hotel only attended the wedding) As far as the view, how can you complain about the stunning fall leaves flowing across Harrison lake. I will most definitely be back, maybe even stay the night at the hotel and try out all the amenities.
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Dan Valois
reviewed a year ago
Gets loud inside with the echo of kids screaming and jumping in the pool. One kid was squeeking like a car alarm. Had to escape a few times to the outdoor adult pool but not a preferred spot due it being winter with cold rain falling. Still got a relaxing time after a hard week of house painting. I don't know yet of an alternative equivalent setting for less price for painters near Langley.
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Ramji Chandramouli
reviewed 10 months ago
Fun place for a weekend. The rooms could use some a re-model though.