With the ski world going increasingly corporate, it’s a breath of fresh mountain air that Jackson Hole’s newest boutique hotel is family-owned. Opened in June in the heart of downtown Jackson, the 58-room, eco-conscious Hotel Jackson is the brain-child of the Darwiches, a local family of Lebanese-American entrepreneurs. Their heritage crops up in clever ways on the menu at the on-site eatery, Figs, which pairs Mediterranean and Wyoming flavors. Elsewhere, the vibe is pure cowboy chic: The walls are crafted from reclaimed barn wood; the decor skews toward thick wools, leathers and hides; and pillows and curtains are printed with feathers, antlers and bison. In a nod to the area’s history, the public spaces are adorned with Native American art. The hotel’s free ski valet to Teton Village means you can spend your days on the slopes and your nights warming up next to the fireplace (there’s one in every room).