This Secluded Hot Springs Resort Is A Little Pocket Paradise In Canada - Narcity

This Secluded Hot Springs Resort Is A Little Pocket Paradise In Canada

Escape your troubles.

You don't need to go all the way to Iceland to experience hot springs — Canada has its own collection of them, and they're just as great for taking a dip in.

One that's particularly worth visiting is the Harrison Hot Springs Resort in British Columbia. Open since 1886, the landmark Canadian hotel boasts five mineral hot pools tucked away in the thick of a boreal forest. Whether you're looking for wellness solutions or are simply looking to relax, the resort is sure to have what you're looking for.

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Along with the mineral hot pools, guests can enjoy a selection of relaxing treatments at the Healing Springs Spa onsite. The spa uses a combination of old and new treatments to create a unique healing experience, from specialized massage therapies to exclusive body wraps. 

There are also a variety of beauty services to indulge in, such as waxing and hand-and-foot care. Many of these services come in vacation packages offered by the resort.

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Visitors from all over the country make the trip to Harrison Hot Springs Resort not just for its mineral hot pools, but also for its other offerings of outdoor experiences. Woodland trails, golf courses, mountain hikes, scenic bicycle rides, local shopping and even lazy cruises on the lake are all available activities to try at the resort. This makes it a perfect destination for families who are looking for a fun and relaxing vacation.

The resort also boasts 342 luxurious guest rooms,  so guests don't have to look outside the resort for accommodation. Each room comes with flat-screen TVs, an in-room coffee maker, wireless Internet and a mini fridge.

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Book your stay at Harrison Hot Springs Resort today! For more information, visit the resort's official website.

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