Okay, for what Harrison has to offer
Posted Sep 3, 2015
To like Harrison, you have to be there purely for the hot springs, or the lake, small tiny old, outdated village feel.
Nothing wrong with that, it just wasn't for us. If the weather was nice, it may have been different.
This place was expensive. The Television wasn't even wired up properly. The microwave was dead, as well as the alarm clock.
The staff at check in didn't have our reservation straight, then at Check out, the lady at the front carried out a long conversation with the people in front of us, not even working on their checkout process as she talked. So we waited 10 minutes behind them, staring, until she finished and checked them out.
We would have stayed at the Resort Hotel across the street, but that was WAY too expensive.
Like I said, if you're into the Harrison vibe (tiny lakefront, smaller than...Hope BC), and there for hot springs, you might like it.