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Beer is great. Some call it the nectar of the gods, monks used beer to mix the mortar required to build their monasteries and the term “Rule of Thumb” came from brewers who would stick their thumbs in beer to [...]
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Experience luxury accommodations with modern touches and rich Native heritage surrounded by unspoiled Alaskan wilderness.
Overall, the underlying design concept in the Hotel revolves around integrating Native elements and themes unique to Alaska. The results highlight warm, organic elements to the hotel interiors bringing the natural beauty of the great outdoors inside.
Our guest rooms feature Alaska Native artwork from respected turn-of-the century photographer and artist Edward Curtis. In the hotel entrance and throughout the public areas, a new collection of Native Alaskan artwork is on display. The artwork features Native artists Larry Ahvakana and Percy Avugiak. Ahvakana is most famous for his Inuit or Inupiaq figures and animals sculptured from wood, alabaster, marble, glass, ivory and cast in bronze or other metals. Avugiak’s work reflects his village life and experiences throughout parts of Alaska.
Many of the art pieces are available for purchase. Please inquire at the Hotel Front Desk.