We have had the pleasure of visiting Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa several times. I wrote about our experience as a family in the summer here and a girls trip (just me and my two youngest girls) here.
I am SO EXCITED to be able to give away an overnight stay package for Harrison Hot Springs Resort to you in time for Mother’s Day! You could use it for a romantic getaway, take YOUR mom, or bring the kids. Whatever you decide, it’s sure to be full of fun!
HERE ARE MY TOP FIVE REASONS TO VISIT HARRISON HOT SPRINGS RESORT:
The Hot Springs
This could be the only real reason to visit the Resort. The four pools at Harrison are kept at perfectly warm temperatures thanks to the natural mountain spring water. With varying temperatures ranging from 28C/83F to 40C/104F you and your family are sure to find the perfect pool to play or relax in. My favourite was the circular hot pool, of course, as it is the most relaxing. But my girls adored splashing warmly outside while it was a brisk 0C degrees or jumping into the deeper indoor pool. (See all my photos here and here!)
A full-service luxury spa. I experienced the facial on our fist visit and it was fantastic. (I’m not just saying that because the esthetician pretended to be shocked at my age.)
It’s only 90 minutes from Vancouver. What a fantastic place to get away to – no excuses, it’s nice and close!
Dancing at The Copper Room
With live entertainment and kids-only dance floor separate from the main dance floor (Berlin and Ivy LOVED this). The food was amazing including a delicious kids menu including real food (steak for kids, yes.). (Photos here!)
Visit the egg station, he will flip your omelet for your kids nice and high!
WINNER WILL RECEIVE:
- A one-night stay for 2 in a lakeview guestroom
- Dinner in The Copper Room for 2 – $125.00 value
- Treatment in Healing Springs Spa for Mother, value of $125.00
- Breakfast for two
NOTE: Based on availability. Prize must be booked and used between Sunday to Thursday (except for holidays) by October 30, 2016.
Drawing on Friday May 6th.
*Photos: Harrison Resort