Jackson Hole's Mountain Modern Expands

The boutique property now offers 194 rooms and 19,000 square feet of new indoor-outdoor space.

Jackson Hole Mountain Modern Hotel
Mountain Modern's new Triple M social hub

Mountain Modern has announced the completion of its propertywide transformation and expansion, following its acquisition of the Jackson Hole Lodge. The property has doubled its footprint to cover a full city block, welcoming locals and travelers with 59 new guest rooms and suites for a total of 194. 

New is the Triple M, a contemporary social hub featuring unconventional après-ski offerings and 19,000 square feet of new indoor-outdoor space, coworking and lounge areas, firepits, and more. 

“We’re thrilled to see our desire to engage local communities and draw in adventurous travelers come to life even further with the development and expansion of Mountain Modern,” said Robert Nolan, cocreator of the concept, which launched in 2017. “Offering the ideal home base for year-round adventure with intriguing new social spaces, an innovative yet approachable design and thoughtful amenities, we are confident that Mountain Modern will now even further foster a community built around outdoor adventure and those looking for a place to connect and play like a local.”

Designed by architecture and design firm TruexCullins, Mountain Modern features contemporary, destination-inspired furnishings, including custom-made wall coverings celebrating the Grand Teton backcountry with images of the local wildlife and Jackson’s world-class fly-fishing complemented with pops of the red buffalo plaid — a Western pattern donned by cowboys of the past — giving rooms a playful color scheme.

Among the new accommodations — which include king rooms, studios with full kitchens, king and double-queen suites — the property has unveiled six two-bedroom, two-story Teton Townhomes that sleep up to eight people and feature a kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a balcony and more. 

Opening in December, the Triple M will serve as a year-round basecamp for guests, whether they are fueling up before a day on the mountain or winding down after an adventure-packed afternoon. The space will transform from day to night, acting as a modern coworking space during the day and lively communal lounge area at night. Guests will also find classic board games, interactive lawn games, firepits with by s’mores kits, and a lineup of music and entertainment. The Triple M will serve unconventional après-ski fare, and will offer a marketplace for local grab-and-go items and refreshments.