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Springhill Suites by Marriott

Nestled in the shadows of the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole attracts more than 2.6 million tourists from around the world annually. From hiking and fly fishing in the summer months, to skiing in the winter months, the quaint Wyoming town has a lot to offer during its busy winter and summer seasons. As more people add Jackson to their travel bucket list, there was a need for more visitor accommodations.

The 125-room, 4-story hotel nestled in the heart of Jackson, Wyoming is centrally located in downtown Jackson blocks from the town square and Snow King Mountain Resort. Amenities include a 3,000 square foot restaurant, a heated outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a 24-hour fitness center, and 1,500 square feet of flexible meeting space. In addition to the hotel’s guest rooms, the hotel’s top floor features 9 owner-occupied condominiums. An underground parking garage provides covered parking for guests and employees.


136,789 sq ft


Jackson Hole, Wyoming


23 Months

Year-Round Activities

The area offers a myriad of outdoor activities during the summer and winter seasons. Speaking of winter, Jackson saw more than 400 inches of snow during the 2015 – 2016 season, which also fell during the middle of construction. The snow posed a bit of a challenge as crews constructed the underground parking structure and the post-tensioned concrete slab for the hotel itself during this time.

Wooden Aesthetics

The building is primarily a wood structure that sits atop a post-tension slab with underground parking below the hotel. The exterior is finished with wood siding and bonderized metal with the elevator and stair towers being a board-formed concrete to give it a Jackson feel. There is also a unique steel framed canopy that wraps the first and third levels. It is the first building in Jackson to be above 3 stories in height and is even more unique in the fact that the 4th level condos are privately owned.