First Nations Hotel and Museum, Wendake
Lemay Michaud Architecture Design
Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations, Wendake
Small sauna in the woods, again quoting the Wendat long house form; The Huron-Wendat Nation at Wendake, is a self-governing territory of First Nations people in the midst of Québec City. Set on the banks of the St. Charles River (Akiawenrahk River), the themed hotel is a modern quotation of First Nations tipi and longhouse architecture. It is 15.2 km from downtown Québec City. The 55 hotel rooms on three floors combine stone, leather, and wood furnishings, and come with balconies or terraces. Guests have free access to the adjoining Huron-Wendat Museum. A Native American restaurant with a terrace specializes in smoked fish and game.
Type of Workhotel (public accommodation); museum
architecture, business, commerce and trade, contemporary (1960 to present), Native North Americans, First Nations, Wyandot, Huron-Wendat, Twenty-first century
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