Life Hotel

Housed in an 1890's NoMad building that formerly served as the offices of Life magazine, the aptly named Life Hotel pays heritage to its past while offering modern conveniences. Its 98 rooms range from single queens to multi-room suites, nearly all with wrought iron bed frames, 60-inch TVs, Carrera marble countertops, rainfall showerheads, and unique artwork. Just steps from the Empire State building, the hotel opens this Spring, and will also house a full-service restaurant, as well as an intimate basement bar in the same place the staff used as a speakeasy.

  • Anvil Hotel

    Located in the middle of Jackson Hole just one block from Town Square, the Anvil Hotel mixes modern conveniences with rustic charm. Its rooms offer comfortable beds, two-toned bead board walls, and high-end brass fixtures, all of which come together to give off a simple, inviting vibe. The lobby is a hybrid check-in area and general store, selling everything from Snake River coffee to ski goggles, and the attached Italian spot Glorietta Trattoria serves up handmade pasta and wood-fired fare alongside dangerously good cocktails and wines. An ideal place to call home while you explore the historic town and the plentiful outdoor destinations that surround it.

  • Nobu Ryokan

    Modeled after traditional Japanese Ryokan inns, the Nobu Ryokan Malibu is a complete reimagining of a 1950s-era hotel. Its 16 rooms seamlessly blend interior and outdoor spaces, with calming color schemes, private decks and patios, fireplaces, and handmade teak soaking tubs. The rejuvenated structure is clad with glass, steel, and sustainable teak and ipe wood, offers direct access to Carbon Beach, and, of course, is located just steps away from the local outpost of Nobu restaurant.

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