Just in time for summer adventures in and around Jackson Hole, Wyo., the Mountain Modern Motel opened Memorial Day weekend with a splash ... of red buffalo plaid and other playful decor.The 135 compact rooms, some with platform bunks suited to families, include kitchenettes, subway-tiled bathrooms and “gear walls” with nooks for storing hiking boots and skis and snowboards.Guests also have access to self-serve laundry and a bike and gear repair station.Large-scale images of fly-fishing and the area’s destinations inspire outdoor exploration.Allow one of the hotel’s “wise guides” to help plan excursions or craft a bucket-list package, which with a minimum three-night stay includes daily breakfast, a seven-day park pass to Grand Teton and Yellowstone, hikes, paddleboarding and other outdoor adventures; rates vary by date.The multiuse lobby with cozy seating serves light meals and to-go fare by day and adult beverages by night; soft-serve ice cream is available all day.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
DECEMBER 06, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - FLYING FISH OF ORCHARD PARK LLC
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