Stettler Hotel revamped under new management

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kim koAt one point in time the Stettler Hotel was the place to be . . . but over the past decades its popularity has faded out with people in the community.
That’s until Kimberly Ko purchased the hotel in early June of 2013 in hopes of building it back up to what it once was.
Aesthetics wise, Ko won’t stray far from the old make and design of the building.
“It has been around since the 1930s,” said Ko. “It’s important to me to keep the feel of the hotel authentic.”
Ko, who is a classical trained pianist, says she is going to merge the worlds of new and old when it comes to entertainment.
For those with a more classical taste, Ko plans to host an event in the hotel’s ‘Piano Bar’ Saturday afternoons where guests are invited to share their talents on the piano or to sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds around them.
In the beginning of August Ko will host ‘Karaoke’ nights for people wanting to belt out their favourite tune and ‘Open Mic’ nights for young musicians wanting to jam and perform.
“I think our vision is perfect for the hotel,” said Ko. “We are excited to get it back to the happening place it once was.”

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