oday, the Fort Harrison Hotel is of service to both the local and international community in many ways. As Clearwater grows, so does the popularity of the Fort Harrison. In addition to its normal hotel amenities such as a full-service fitness center, the Hibiscus and Lemon Tree restaurants and the snack bar, the hotel has become a popular venue for all manner of special events, business functions and gatherings.
The Crystal Ballroom and expansive 1,500-seat Grand Auditorium have proven to be the perfect settings for weddings, banquets and conventions. The Fort Harrison Gardens and poolside pavilion are used for receptions and parties, and provide an ideal location for wedding photos. Congregations of various religious denominations, families celebrating anniversaries and community organizations of all types have enjoyed these facilities.
Throughout the seventy-five years we now celebrate, the Fort Harrison has remained an integral part of the history and heritage of Clearwater. It is an important Clearwater landmark, a symbol of our citys friendliness one that can be seen for miles around.
It has long been a center of social life and gracious living, committed to the service of the community, steadfastly representing the hope for a better and brighter future.
And today it still does.
For the Fort Harrison also belongs to the future of Clearwater. It remains a valuable community asset and it is that tradition which we now celebrate and carry forward.
For as long as we at the Church are its caretaker, the Fort Harrison is at your service. Its doors are open to you.
For more information about the Fort Harrison and what services it has to offer, or to schedule a tour of the hotel, contact the Director of Downtown Relations for the Church of Scientology at (727) 467-6860. Or write to:
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