Real EstateAcquisitionsNoble House Adds Two Luxury Teton Village Resorts

Noble House Adds Two Luxury Teton Village Resorts

SEATTLE—Noble House Hotels & Resorts has acquired Teton Mountain Lodge and Hotel Terra and will immediately assume management of both properties, located in Teton Village, Jackson Hole, Wyo. The resorts bring the Noble House Hotels & Resorts hospitality portfolio to 16 properties, and represent the brand’s ongoing growth in the adventure and ski-focused space.

“These two resorts, known for their upscale, rugged luxury, are a perfect complement to our portfolio of true-to-place lifestyle hotels,” said Pat Colee, Noble House founder and chairman of the board. “In addition to being perennially ranked as a No. 1 ski destination, Jackson Hole is a year-round adventure destination and naturally appeals to the Noble House Hotels & Resorts guest.”

Located slopeside to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and at the gateway to Grand Teton National Park, 132-room Hotel Terra is LEED Silver Certified and a AAA Four Diamond hotel. From recycled steel, natural and organic mattresses to aluminum water bottles, Hotel Terra is consistently developing eco-friendly efforts to preserve and protect the environment. Amenities include Osteria restaurant, the organic Terra Cafe, an infinity pool, and a rooftop spa oasis, Chill Spa.

The 145-room Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, a AAA Four Diamond property in Teton Village, is located slopeside, less than a mile from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park and a short drive to Yellowstone National Park. Its Solitude Spa features five hot tubs, two pools, and an expansive fitness center. The Lodge is also home to Spur Restaurant & Bar, where Executive Chef Kevin Humphreys has been named Best Chef in Jackson seven years in a row.

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