Jackson Hole’s newest hotel includes 8 luxury condominiums

Carney Logan Burke Architects designed the building.

December 13, 2018 |
Caldera House exterior

All photos courtesy Carney Logan Burke Architects

Caldera House, Jackson Hole’s newest hotel located in the heart of Teton Village, is a 70,000-sf five-star ski club that includes eight luxury condominiums. The hotel combines contemporary style with subtle details from the American West.

The six-floor building features an exterior of glass, wood-paneling, regionally-sourced stone, copper panels, and black steel accents. Amenity spaces include an in-house gear shop, gym, spa, private lounge and bar, the Old Yellowstone Garage restaurant, and a casual grab-and-go restaurant.

 

Caldera House dining location

 

Carney Logan Burke Architects (CLB) designed the hotel and worked with Commune Design on the public amenity spaces to integrate them into the overall design scheme. The hotel also includes eight luxury condominium units, two of which CLB did the interior design for. One of the 5,000-sf units is styled with a modern cabin feel while the other has a more contemporary aesthetic. The remaining four condo units include white oak paneling and floors, open-plan kitchens, and bedrooms with built-in beds. CLB also design four 2,000-sf hotel units.

 

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Caldera Bathroom

 

Caldera House bedroom

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