High-end hostel opens below the Anvil Hotel

Eloise Hanson By Eloise Hanson
16 January 2020 | Updated 16 January 2020

US: Cache House, a design-led hostel, is opening in a former bunkhouse below its sister property, the Anvil Hotel in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

The new lodging concept features two living quarters that house 50 bunks comprised of twin, full, and queen beds.

Individual bunks are fitted with wool blankets and come equipped with built-in lockable storage, outlets for charging devices, fans, reading lights, ergonomic ladders, and privacy curtains that block out light and sound.

Three wash rooms and 11 fully-appointed private bathrooms are stocked with Co. Bigelow amenities.

Cache House's lobby has custom lighting and high-end furniture from TRNK Studio, Lawson Fenning, and Fern NYC, and includes a communal work table along with a small library of guide and adventure books.

A complimentary Snake River Roasting Co. coffee is also available in the lobby, along with community programming for daily activities.

Cache House is situated right below the 50-room Anvil Hotel, and is close to Glorietta Trattoria - the properties' wood-fire Italian restaurant. The venue serves a seasonally rotating menu, as well as craft cocktails from Proprietors LLC, who are behind New York City's Death & Co.

Designed by Studio Tack, Cache House is owned by Eagle Point Hotel Partners. The company's portfolio includes the above two properties, Sound View in the North Fork of Long Island, and Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa in Napa Valley, among others.

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