Where the Kardashian clan go, many will follow and the latest destination for fans to flock to is Jackson Hole. Kris Jenner – the family matriarch – treated the family to a holiday in a luxurious boutique hotel known as the Caldera House. With eight luxury suites, including four two-bedroom and four four-bedroom accommodations, the property benefits from glorious surroundings against the dramatic backdrop of Wyoming's landscape (where Kim and Kanye have reportedly bought a ranch).

Built in 2012, Caldera House is the brainchild of four friends — Wesley Edens, Michael Novogratz, David Barry, and Randal Nardone — who wanted to create a luxury destination that paid homage to both the surrounding environment and the local legends who made Jackson Hole what it is today. The hotel’s upscale, modern interiors are credited to two award-winning design firms: L.A.-based Commune, which designed much of the hotel’s public spaces and a selection of suites, and Jackson-based studio Carney Logan Burke, who helped dream up the remaining suites. According to the hotel, the aesthetic “blends European style with American craftsmanship, creating a positively modern chalet.”

Inside Caldera House, the luxury hotel made famous by the Kardashians

The large four-bedroom suites each span 5,000 square feet and include a spacious living room with wood-burning fireplace; a chef’s kitchen; a mudroom; a laundry room; a private outdoor balcony with firepit; and snowmelt patios for year-round use. The master bathrooms are outfitted with heated floors, steam showers, and deep-soaking tubs. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide unobstructed views of the mountainous woods in all seasons. The two-bedroom suites measure around 1,500 square feet, but similarly offer all the luxury amenities of their four-bedroom brethren, including a chef’s kitchen, gas fireplace, and snowmelt patios. Both the four-bedroom and two-bedroom suites feature a number of custom-built furniture pieces.

Inside Caldera House, the luxury hotel made famous by the Kardashians

In addition to the eight suites, Caldera House also offers two restaurants—one of which is a local institution, Old Yellowstone Garage—as well as an on-site ski shop, the Mudroom; an extensive spa; and a members-only lounge. Other services include a dedicated concierge who can whip together a personalized itinerary for guests’ stay, comprising everything from wildlife safaris through Yellowstone National Park to backcountry heli-skiing in the winter. “Jackson Hole is entirely about the experiences that happen outside the four walls where you stay,” owner Edens says in a release.

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