Editor's Top Pick

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$160 CAD
Multiple hot spring-fed pools, dining & dancing at the Copper Room restaurant, waterfront views
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • The on-site hot springs and pools received rave reviews
  • Many guests enjoyed the dine and dance experience at the on-site Copper Room
  • Several guests found their rooms to be clean
  • Many guests enjoyed the views from their rooms and the waterfront location
  • Many guests decribed relaxing experiences in the pools
  • Many guests enjoyed the family-friendly atmosphere of the hotel
  • Many guests described the staff as friendly and helpful
  • Many guests enjoyed the food at the on-site restaurants
  • Several guests liked that the hotel had an adults only pool
Cons
  • Several guests said the pools and poolside rooms got noisy
  • Several guests found their rooms quite small
  • Some guests said the hotel was dated
  • A couple of guests complained that parking was extra
I like this unique hotel for the value and good experience it provides to so many. It's well-reviewed, but somewhat dated and old-fashioned, a popular, clean and well-run hotel that offers guests a unique experience of relaxation in their hot spring-fed pools, which is included in the price of the room. (Guests staying at the other hotels in the village must utilize the public spring-fed pool at an extra cost.) Other highlights include dinner and dancing at the Copper Room and High Tea at Margaret's Cafe.

This hotel is located in a peaceful setting of beautiful gardens right at the natural hot springs on the waterfront overlooking Harrison Lake. Although it has several restaurants on site, including the popular Copper Room, which features a live band and dancing, it's also within a 5-minute walk of other eating discoveries.

There are several room choices offered in the the various sections of the hotel, as well as private cabins. Rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs and mini-fridges, plus views of the lake, pools or mountains. Room extras include balconies and air conditioning. The private cabins offer living rooms with gas fireplaces, a patio table and chairs and a private lawn area.

The resort has many on-site amenities including a spa with natural hot springs, an indoor pool, indoor hot tub and three outdoor pools which are designated for family or adult use. There's a marina on site that rents out kayaks and bumper boats, and provides fishing and nature tours. The resort also has an on-site lounge for guest relaxation. Parking is extra at this hotel and currently $6 for self parking and $12 for valet.

3 Other Frequently Booked Hotels in Harrison Hot Springs

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$133 CAD
Pet-friendly Harrison Hot Springs hotel near beach with indoor pool and outdoor hot tub
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Guests enjoyed clean and spacious rooms
  • Several guests found the location convenient for accessing the beach and hot springs on foot
  • Several reviewers enjoyed the on-site pool and hot tub
  • Guests said the staff were friendly and courteous
  • Many reviewers described pleasant views of the lake and mountains
Cons
  • A few guests complained about noise transfer from other rooms and the hallways
  • Parking at the hotel costs $5 for outdoor and $10 for underground
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$135 CAD
1-minute walk from Harrison Lake Beach, great staff, mixed room reviews
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking
  • The hotel's staff were praised for their helpful and knowledgeable service
  • Many guests were pleased with the hotel's proximity to the beach and restaurants
  • Several reviewers enjoyed their clean and well-equipped rooms
Cons
  • Some guests reported worn rooms and plumbing issues
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$132 CAD
Across from Harrison Lake Beach, great staff, clean but worn rooms
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking
  • Many guests praised the friendly and accommodating staff
  • The hotel was found to be close to the beach and highway access
  • Several lodgers enjoyed their clean and well-equipped rooms
Cons
  • Some guests reported worn rooms and no in-room phones