Closed for the spring off seasons April 9th.
The Clear Creek Group is proud to represent the Caldera House properties, as they represent the quality and style our clients have come to expect.
Each of the four 5,000-square-foot four-bedroom suites in Caldera House, Jackson Hole’s most intimate luxury hotel — it has only eight suites total, is unique in its décor. (Although all four of these 5,000-square-foot suites have identical layouts.) Each four-bedroom suite includes a Boffi kitchen, locally sourced furniture alongside upscale European pieces (think minimalist designers John Pawson and Vincent Van Duysen), floor-to-ceiling windows, a wood-burning fireplace in the great room, vaulted ceilings, and a hot tub on a private balcony.
Los Angeles-based Commune designed the hotel’s public spaces as well as two of the four-bedroom suites. Overall, the property’s aesthetic is “a mix of European style, American craftsmanship, and the comfort and casual attitude of the West,” Commune said.
The other two four-bedroom suites are designed by local firm Carney Logan Burke, who said they “exude mountain chic.”. Carney Logan Burke also designed the 70,000-square-foot, five-story Calder House building itself. While the designs vary amongst the four-bedroom suites, the layouts and amenities are similar, including a private patio with fire pit and grill. All of the four-bedroom suites are designed to be “a home away from home,” said Nina Libby, Caldera House’s Vice President of Marketing.
As comfortable as your Caldera House suite is, The Clear Creek Group and the Caldera House staff don’t want you to spend most of your time in Jackson Hole inside. Wes Edens, an avid mountaineer, the billionaire co-founder of Fortress Investment Group, a former ski racer, and one of the property’s four owners, told Robb Report: “What makes Jackson Hole one of the most special places on Earth are the experiences available beyond the comfort of your walls.” As soon as you book a Caldera House suite, you’re matched with a concierge dedicated to helping you plan your trip, which could include heli-skiing, climbing the Grand Teton, wine tasting, a Yellowstone wildlife safari, skiing with an Olympic gold medalist, a photo safari, or yoga, among other adventures.
Caldera House opened in 2018 after six years and $100 million of investment. It is a membership club in addition to a hotel. Hotel guests enjoy access to all member amenities, which include daily après ski in the Alpine Lounge, a 24-hour fitness center (with Peloton bikes), on-site ski shops, ski butlers, an intimate spa, and, on a third-floor outdoor terrace, an infinity hot plunge with views of the Sleeping Indian. “We offer guests experiences they can’t find elsewhere,” Edens told Robb Report. “This seamless marriage of adventure and luxury isn’t something you find often enough.
*Images reflect all four units, specific unit not guaranteed.