|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
Deluxe Rated -
Bedding: Queen, 6 Twins
Approximately 1187 square feet
• Fully equipped kitchens
• Living area
• Dining area
• Woodstove or fireplace
• Washer & dryer
• Complimentary access to the nearby Sundance Swim and Tennis Club.
• Complimentary skier's shuttle (winter only).
• Located in Teton Village and less than 3 miles from Grand Teton National Park.
A “Welcome to Paradise” sign greets guests upon arrival, portending the Western paradise inside. This renovated paradise begins with the slate entry outfitted with a bench and surrounded by tangerine-colored walls. The foyer folds into the great room, which encompasses the open kitchen, living and dining areas. The gourmet kitchen features custom wood cabinetry, granite tile countertops, a double basin sink and stainless steel appliances. Slate lines the kitchen floor, but hardwood sits underfoot everywhere else. A dining table seats seven in burgundy chairs. Echoing the foyer, an orange accent wall animates the living area. A patterned couch framed in leather rests atop an oriental rug. Matching leather side chairs face the rock fireplace. A painting sits on the mantel. A rustic armoire hides a large TV, DVD/VHS player and stereo. Decorative mirrors and modern lighting accent the living space. A private deck offers a tree-framed view and a table and chairs. Decorated with a cowboy theme, the first bedroom boasts a queen bed framed in lodgepole pine and topped by cowhide-print bedding. Storage options abound between the matching chest of drawers, nightstands and the two closets. Sage-colored walls create an earthy palette, accented by cowboy photography. The elegant ensuite bathroom features artful accent tiles, a copper basin sink, a veined marble countertop and a glass shower with bench and rain feature. Cowgirls steal the show in the second bedroom. Two twin beds wrapped in crimson duvets face a flat screen TV and built-in closet. The ensuite bathroom, much like the first, features a decorative basin sink, pine-relief accent tiles, a marble counter, metal-framed mirror and rain shower. Custom ironwork frames the loft perched above the living area. Climb the carpeted stairs and find a Western-themed hideaway. A pair of lodgepole pine twin beds with embroidered denim bedding share the landing. An armoire with elk antler pulls provides storage. Vintage cowgirl scenes decorate the walls. A powder room features a porcelain sink and tile tub, as well as a sign reading, “Lord, please tell Mommy that cowboys don’t take baths.” A second bedroom in the loft offers two more twin beds backed by wood headboards and topped by madras bedding. Blue walls and track lighting enliven the bedroom, as do the rodeo and cowboy decorations. White Ridge condos lie within walking distance of the lifts, boutiques, bars and restaurants that make the Village a bustling place year-round. From authentic Thai food to hipster woolens and high-tech gear, the Village carries everything you crave on vacation.
*Please note that this unit is available for lodging only. Gatherings that exceed the maximum occupancy of this unit are prohibited.
Overall, we had a great time. The location was amazing and the front desk people especially Emily were great.
The house though was old and outdated. The stove was weird, took forever to heat up and once it did heat up, it would get extremely hot and would take awhile to cool down. The knives were all dull and we could barely cut up onions. All of which were tolerable, however when I checked in, I was told the fridge stopped working and they put a loaner in the room. They put it in the living room. A small fridge. The fridge did not work well at all. It froze up all of our food and made all of our vegetables go bad. The placement and the size of the fridge were all super inconvenient.
Also, there are 3 rooms with Queens. If you have anymore than 6 adults, it gets pretty tight because the other 4 beds up in the loft is meant for kids. You have to go up this long ladder. It's a little awkward to say the least.
We paid a good amount of money to stay there, so I just wished we could've had a better experience with the place.
Other than that, Jacksonhole Resort was great.
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