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Hotel Jackson

Relaxing, rustic, and raising the game for ski hotels in the Teton mountains

The first boutique hotel opening in Wyoming’s ski hub of Jackson Hole in nearly 20 years, the Jackson is the vision of Lebanese born jeweller Jim Darwiche who has lived in the town for over 30 years and Vermont based interior designer Kim Deetjen. The result is an alluring frontier-chic design bedecked with reclaimed roof beams, wool carpets, beeswax candles and furniture created by local craftsmen. The library offers huge leather sofas, the rooms are decorated in tranquil shades of beige and brown and the rooftop hot tub offers gasp inducing views of the peaks of the Teton mountains.


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