Deluxe Rated -
Bedding: King, 2 twins, sleeper sofa
Approximately 1,090 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 at the base area of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and less than 3 miles from Grand Teton National Park.
This renovated retreat offers an elegant escape from the outside world.
A tile entryway features coat hooks and leads into the great room. A leather sofa and loveseat face the river rock fireplace topped by a Thomas Mangelsen photograph of a moose on the mantel. Abundant windows let in natural light and sliding glass doors open onto a private deck with a gas grill and chairs. A large TV/DVD player/cable setup encourages lounging, while the well-stocked bookshelf inspires reading. The gourmet kitchen, connected to the great room via a cut-through, features dark granite countertops, white cabinets with rustic pulls, high-end appliances, and a double sink.
The master bedroom envelopes guests in its soothing earthen palette. A king bed beckons with its leather-textured bedspread and plush pillows. Artfully crumpled shades crown the bedside lamps atop side tables. A TV/DVD player rounds out the bedroom’s amenities. The renovated ensuite bathroom features a basin sink, elegant tile, granite counter, brushed nickel fixtures, and a glass shower.
The second bedroom, a sibling to the larger bedroom, offers sage green walls and ivory headboards behind its two twin beds. A TV/DVD/VHS player invites relaxing. The ensuite bathroom echoes the master bath.
The Nez Perce complex lies within walking distance of the lifts, boutiques, bars and restaurants that make the Village a bustling place in all seasons. 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.
Mountain weather is variable and unpredictable. Resort conditions and ski access may be weather and snow dependent.