July 27, 2018
This Vancouver boutique hotel connects guests to the region’s Aboriginal past in modern ways.
Ahead of a visit to British Columbia’s Okanagan wine country last year, I padded around Vancouver for a 24-hour layover with a stay at the guesthouse-as-art-installation Skwachàys Lodge. Part hotel and part gallery, with Francis Horne Sr.’s 40-foot Dreamweaver Totem Pole capping the building, the property offers 18 suites appointed by teams of Aboriginal artists paired with interior designers. Read full article.