The Cloudveil’s guest rooms and suites are adorned with custom wood and leather furnishings, a fireplace and mountain-inspired artwork by local artists. Step inside your own piece of Jackson Hole, and luxuriate in a space reflective of the iconic surrounding mountains and parks.
For the many, many appealing qualities of Jackson Hole — insane skiing, a thriving arts and culture scene, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone — the city doesn't have that many hotels, making this new, Western-inspired, 100-room option in Town Square a welcome addition to the scene.FATHOM
Located on Jackson Hole’s central Town Square, The Cloudveil will be perfect for outdoor enthusiasts thanks to its proximity to both Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. The overall aesthetic looks to be après-ski chic, with pale wood paneling and floors, brightly patterned textiles, lots of cozy corners and fire features.Forbes
Inside the hotel, a polished Western design brings the elements within, using wood and stone finishes paired with natural textures.Smart Meetings
With a mix of raw, natural materials alongside earthy tones, polished surfaces and crisp photography, the hotel should offer as inviting an ambiance as the town of Jackson Hole itself.The Points Guy
Set to open in Spring, the 100-room hotel is a mix of quintessential Teton chic and modern city style situated right on Jackson’s Town Square.Departures
- How much does The Cloudveil charge for wireless internet?
When you stay at the hotel, wireless internet is included with your stay.
- Does The Cloudveil allow pets? What is the pet policy at the hotel?
Traveling with your furry friend? At The Cloudveil we are pleased to welcome your pack to the hotel with a limited number of dog friendly rooms. They will be pampered with a dog bed and bowl to use during their visit, along with some local treats to snack on. We allow for up to two dogs per bedroom, no larger than 100 pounds. A fee of $100.00 per stay will be added to your room.
We all know that your dog is an angel. And that they do not make any trouble when left alone at home. However, new places and unfamiliar sounds and smells can be unnerving for your travel companion. We do not allow dogs to be left in our rooms unattended. Please bring them along on your Jackson Hole adventures or plan on utilizing one of the doggy daycare services in our area (Dogs are not permitted in the National Parks). Our front desk team would be happy to assist with any recommendations.
- Does The Cloudveil have room service? What time does room service end?
Yes. The hotel has room service from 7:00 am to Midnight every day. The hotel offers inspired in-room dining served in the comfort and privacy of your own luxurious accommodations. To view a sample menu of our in-room dining service, please visit our in-room dining page.
- Does The Cloudveil have a fitness room?
In addition to the many outdoor workout possibilities natural to Jackson Hole, The Cloudveil’s fitness room offers Peloton bikes, Mirror interactive fitness, treadmills, free weights and ellipticals by Technogym, as well as virtual classes such as spin and yoga.
- Does The Cloudveil have a restaurant at the hotel?
Yes, The Bistro. Acclaimed restaurateur Gavin Fine of Fine Dining Restaurant Group helms all of the culinary offerings at the hotel, bringing a casual, yet refined bistro menu and an expansive raw bar to Jackson’s Town Square where guests and locals can experience European-style outdoor dining amidst the area’s iconic mountain vistas. The restaurant intuitively flows into the property’s lobby, allowing the space to be enjoyed by locals and guests alike.
- Does The Cloudveil have a hotel bar or cocktail lounge on-site?
Yes. The Bistro offers a bar as well as serving in our lobby and Rooftop Terrace.
- What time is check-out at The Cloudveil?
Check-out is at 11:00 am.
- What time is check-in at The Cloudveil?
Check-in is at 4:00 pm.
The Cloudveil embodies Jackson Hole’s awe-inspiring natural setting and Western heritage of adventure, renewal, and exploration. Unexpected contrasts and raw materials forge an energetic connection to the local landscape, and larger-than-life natural features infuse the property with the essence of Jackson’s natural beauty and transformative magic.