• Jackson’s Mountain Modern Expands with Acquisition

     
    POSTED October 30, 2022
     
    Photo credit: Mountain Modern
  • Jackson’s Mountain Modern Expands with Acquisition

     
    POSTED October 30, 2022
     
    Photo credit: Mountain Modern
  • Jackson’s Mountain Modern Expands with Acquisition

     
    POSTED October 30, 2022
     
    Photo credit: Mountain Modern
  • Jackson’s Mountain Modern Expands with Acquisition

     
    POSTED October 30, 2022
     
    Photo credit: Mountain Modern

Mountain Modern opened in 2017 and is doubling its footprint to cover a full city block in downtown Jackson, Wyoming, with the acquisition and renovation of Jackson Hole Lodge. With renovations slated for completion by December, the expansion adds 59 guest rooms and suites, an outdoor pool and jacuzzi, a new culinary concept, and a social hub and meeting space known as The Triple M. 

The Look

Mountain Modern’s functional, yet contemporary destination-inspired design is woven throughout the new guest rooms, bringing the total room count to 194. New accommodations include king rooms; studios with a full kitchen; double queen and king suites; and two-bedroom, two-story residential-style suites that sleep up to eight people and feature a kitchen, living room with a fireplace, and a private outdoor balcony. 

Large wall coverings celebrate the Grand Teton’s backcountry, local wildlife, and fly-fishing while pops of red buffalo plaid give rooms a playful color scheme. Gear walls provide storage for hiking boots, skis, snowboards, and more. 

Gathering Space

Communal seating, co-working spaces, and firepits transform The Triple M from day to night, as it opens to an outdoor area for enjoying lawn games and live music and relaxing in a lounge area. Inside, there is a new culinary concept featuring après ski fare, seasonal cocktail offerings, and casual bites along with a marketplace offering local grab-and-go items and refreshments. 

An area in the back of The Triple M can be sectioned off as a private event space for about 50 people. The outdoor space can host around 25, a number that will grow as the property expands food and beverage offerings over the next year.

Gather around the table, sample delicious local cuisine, and marvel at the astonishing scenery of the U.S. Mountain West.

 

Molly Smith and Kristen Snavely have been named co-general managers of Triple Creek Ranch, an all-inclusive luxury ranch resort in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley. Smith is returning to Triple Creek Ranch after a brief hiatus. Previously serving as general manager for four years after working her way up from pastry chef, she has since perfected her skills at The Inn at Hastings Park in Massachusetts, another Relais & Châteaux property.

 

Global hospitality company Benchmark Pyramid has assumed management of Riverhouse on the Deschutes in Bend. With the Deschutes River as its backdrop, the 221-room hotel features Oregon’s largest convention center east of the Cascades and accommodates up to 1,600 guests. The property was awarded Silver LEED status by the U.S. Green Building Council. Guests can taste foods from the Pacific Northwest at CURRENTS, the hotel’s signature restaurant, and enjoy sustainably driven wellness treatments at Drift Spa.