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From journal Canada's Pacfic Jewel (Vancouver)
June 9, 2008
by Eve Carr
March 8, 2001
At the Wedgewood on fashionable Robeson Square. In this individually owned boutique hotel, you experience Old World charm in a setting that is stylish, yet has a comfort that truly pampers. It has a warm, homey feeling that makes you feel as if you are rich.
After you receive warm, friendly greetings from the staff, you notice that the lobby has a stylish personality of its own. There are no artificial decorations here. That’s because owner Eleni Skalbania personally supervised the decorating, incorporating many of her own items, into the design. Her taste is exquisite; you look forward to your room. And you make notes as to how you might want to adapt some of her ideas in your own home.
Upstairs, you are not disappointed. In one of the Wedgewood’s spacious and sumptuous one-bedroom suites for example, you enjoy a decor that’s truly comfortable, texturally rich and restful, with soft earth tones of brown, gold and subdued greens. Throughout the hotel, the faint aroma of potpourri, lends a homey warmth to your stay—and friendly room attendants are eager to please.
And, remember, the exchange rate for U.S. citizens is very friendly.
The Wedgewood is Vancouver in miniature—elegant, yet easy going, upscale, yet homey. Sophisticated, yet friendly. Don’t miss staying here.
For more information, visit www.wedgewoodhotel.com.
From journal Treat Yourself to Vancouver