The Cloudveil will open on Center Street in the spring. The hotel, a Crystal Creek Capital project, was designed by interior designers TruexCullins and architectural firms CLB and the IBI Group. This rendering shows how the lobby will look in a few months.

Jackson’s newest hotel has a name: The Cloudveil.

The property on Center Street is still under construction but plans to start taking reservations at the end of November and welcome its first guests in May at rates of $450 and up.

“It’s definitely a luxury hotel,” said Jamie Yarrow, who heads the hospitality arm of Crystal Creek Capital, the company behind the project.

The Cloudveil will have 100 guest rooms and suites, a bistro-style restaurant, retail space, underground parking, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, employee housing and 7,500 square feet of indoor-outdoor function space, including a rooftop deck with great views of Town Square and Snow King Mountain.

The restaurant will be on the street level facing Center Street and will have some patio seating. Gavin Fine of Fine Dining Restaurant Group will, in the words of a press release, “helm all of the culinary offerings of the hotel, bringing a refined bistro menu and an expansive raw bar” to the locale.

For more on the hotel and other business news, see this week’s issue of the Jackson Hole News&Guide.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor for the News&Guide and one of the editors for local articles printed in the Jackson Hole Daily.

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