Jackson Hole’s Hotel Terra Awarded Four Diamonds

Silver LEED-certified property is one of handful of properties to qualify for LEED certification and AAA Four-Diamond status

By: By Deanna Ting

Hotel Terra // (c) Hotel Terra 2009

Hotel Terra

Hotel Terra in Jackson Hole, Wyo., was recently awarded a Four-Diamond rating by the Automobile Association of America (AAA), making it one of only a handful of hotels in North America to carry Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and AAA Four-Diamond status. Less than 3 percent of the 60,000 AAA-approved and Diamond-rated properties in North America carry elite Four-Diamond designation.

“When we opened Hotel Terra, we pioneered the perfect blend of luxury and sustainability,” Jamie Yarrow, president of Terra Resort Group said. “The prestigious status of being Four-Diamond and LEED-certified proves what we set out to do — provide extraordinary lodging experiences while operating an environmentally sensitive business model at the same time.”

The hotel, which opened in February 2008, recently completed the addition of a new 68,000 square-foot East Wing, which added 60 guestrooms and suites, as well as 4,200 square feet of meeting space, a rooftop infinity plunge pool and a state-of-the-art fitness facility. The property is located slopeside to the Jackson Hole Mountain resort, just a mile from Grand Teton National Park and an hour south of Yellowstone National Park by car.



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