Jackson Hole’s Wyoming Inn Undergoing Multimillion-Dollar Makeover

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.—The new Wyoming Inn will debut in May with a $4.5 million overhaul that includes a complete renovation of its 68 guestrooms and a remodeled restaurant, board room, and fitness center.

Every guestroom has been stripped down to the studs and remade with new carpet, wallpaper, draperies, and newt linens. The rooms will feature new lamps in hand-forged iron with an aria bronze finish, updated 42-inch flat screen televisions, and solid maple pieces hand-crafted by Oregon furniture maker Ron Loe of Wood Castle Furniture.

Window seats were added in 24 of the rooms; 17 rooms have fireplaces surrounded with copper tile and wood paneling; and bathrooms received an upgrade with granite countertops, glass encased showers with porcelain tiles from floor to ceiling, and porcelain sinks.

The hotel also completed technology upgrades that include the addition of ample outlets throughout the room, Sunbeam Elite alarm clocks with phone chargers, and iPod connectivity.


“Guests will have an entirely new experience when they enter,” said General Manager Mike Solis. “All of our rooms have been completely updated in every detail, from all of the furnishings to carpet, drapes, linens and more.”

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