Harrison is small. This hotel is in the center.
Posted Jul 14, 2016
The village of Harrison British Columbia is quite small. Even so, we drove right past the Harrison Beach Hotel without even noticing it the first time we tried to find it. It's actually just about in the center of the village.
The rooms were very nice. Not opulent, but nice. Ours had a kitchenette, and the next time we come here will take full advantage of that, because the eating establishments are a bit expensive. Rooms are clean and seemingly quite new, and had a great view regardless of whether you're facing the mountains or the lake.
Although we didn't use it, the Harrison Beach hotel does have its own swimming pool and hot tub.
You won't find any McDonald's or Wendy's or such in the entire village. There are many places to eat and since the are is quite small, you can walk to any of them in just minutes. Don't expect to find inexpensive hamburgers and hot dogs. The least expensive that I saw when we were there was seven dollars for a hamburger. However it was a very good hamburger.
The rooms were quiet, with king size bed, and ours was non-smoking which was appreciated. The front desk was very helpful in providing information about the area around us, and even though this was our first time up here we felt right at home.
Parking is provided in the back lot for $5. I thought that was great because parking of the street is about that much per hour. You will want to be careful about parking of the main street. If you don't pay, the fine is $50.
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