Jackson Wyoming’s Newest Luxury Hotel Opens with Modern Mountain design
by TruexCullins, September 28, 2015
This summer the doors opened at the newest luxury hotel in the town of Jackson, Wyoming in 15 years: Hotel Jackson.
TruexCullins served as the interior designer for this 35,000 sq.ft. boutique hotel, and we were there for the grand opening this June.
At 6,000 feet above sea level, Jackson is a true ski town. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is 20 minutes up the road, but the town of Jackson is a destination in its own right. Hotel Jackson is located in the middle of it all, one block from the popular Jackson Town Square, surrounded by restaurants, shops, galleries and boutiques. In the summer, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks draw the crowds.
The mountain setting is breathtaking, and Hotel Jackson is designed to connect guests with these inspiring natural surroundings. What sets Hotel Jackson apart from the other accommodations in town is its modern take on the western motif.
Elements of western history are incorporated into the materials throughout the hotel, including reclaimed barnwood, patinated metal, leather and stone. The materials pay homage to the branding iron and other early tools of the ranchers and trappers of the area.
A two-story fireplace warms the lobby, and light floods in through tall windows facing the street. Figs, the in-house restaurant, features a playful floating aspen leaf ceiling, and Native American design-inspired carpets guide guests to their rooms.
The hotel offers luxury accommodations, with a fireplace in every room, and spa-like bathrooms with soaking tubs. There are 58 guest rooms and suites in all, many with outdoor terraces.
Hotel Jackson is also the first LEED-Certified hotel in Jackson. The interiors are light-filled, natural and healthy, providing a luxurious complement to an outdoor adventure.