November 6, 2014
Aboriginal Art Hotel In Vancouver Offers Unique Cultural Experience
Tucked cozily away in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside neighbourhood sits a building that is hard to miss. With ornate aboriginal designs and a majestic totem pole on its roof, this cultural oasis is different from anything else in the city — or even the country, for that matter.
“There are so many different layers for how this positively affects the aboriginal community, but I think for the greater community at large, they get to have a great experience and exposure to aboriginal art,” Maggie Edwards, Skwachays’ general manager, told The Huffington Post B.C. in an interview.
“It’s such a beautiful place to stay in the hotel; we are getting tremendous exposure to the greater, wider community of Vancouver and travellers in general. I think it’s just a win-win on so many levels.” Read article…