A dropping Canadian dollar makes this year’s vacations abroad more pricey and staycations more appealing. Harrison Hot Springs is a great destinations for your spring or Easter break. The off-season is a great option for the usually bustling holiday resort, especially with this year’s rising temperatures bringing beach weather earlier than ever.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort is a perfect base for your getaway. On our recent visit the Resort was sold out but the property is so spacious, it never felt crowded. The near-century old core of the historic hotel has the plenty of character, the additions that have expanded the hotel over the years provide room for the modern amenities expected of world-class resort.
Although the village has many great restaurants and cafes, the Resort’s dining options take guests from morning to night. Start the day at Miss Margaret’s for coffee or juice and a breakfast muffin or granola, casual dining from lunch and dinner (good buffets on weekends) at Lakeside Cafe, fine dining & dancing in The Copper Room then wrap up your night with cocktails at Islands Bar. An added treat at this time of year is a free 4pm cup of tea and biscuits served in the upper lobby of the Resort, that welcomes and bring all the guests out to mingle around the sofas, grand piano and massive stone fireplace in the lobby.
Of course, The Harrison Hot Spring Resort would not have its history without the famed hot springs pools, five pools – three outdoor, two indoor – range in temperatures and provide the relaxing and rejuvenating mineral spa experience that built the village.
Large suites, adjoining rooms or private cottages provide options for single meeting attendees, romantic couples retreats, or families getaways to spend a little or a lot of time in Harrison Hot Springs.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort is located at 100 Esplanade Avenue on the west edge of the Village.
Visit harrisonresort.com for information or reservations.