Thoughtfully considered touches create an oasis of tranquility in the petite proportions of room one. From the bed nook to the built-in desk, designer John Sorensen-Jolink made a space most graceful from 120 sq/ft. Whether you're enjoying the pleasing heft of its custom dimmer knobs or lolling on the bed in soft northern light, room 1 won't disappoint.
Designed by the indefatigable Ashley Tackett, room two is an impeccable expression of elegant nordic design, bathed in light and suffused with the warmth of Danish hygge. Working with an extraordinary team of collaborators, Ashley conceptualized, curated and constructed a transcendent experience for room two. From the exquisite 8 fin coat rack by Brendon Farrell, custom leather periodical pouches by Wood & Faulk and stunning tufted Belmont sofa from Rejuvenation, room two envelopes you in all consuming coziness.
Built with a focus on light and views, room two includes private access to our balcony with an exquisite outdoor patio ensemble from the French furniture maker, Fermob. A luxurious all tile bathroom, shared with the sauna, is just across the hall.
Co-designed by Ben Klebba of Phloem Studio and Matt Pierce of Wood&Faulk, room 3a is endowed with epic light and legendary views. Available independently, room 3a also pairs perfectly with room 3b to make a suite for families and folks traveling together. A spacious and luxurious bathroom is shared between the two rooms and is used exclusively by guests in room 3a or 3b. Situated adjacent to our communal kitchen and library, 3a affords guests 24 hour access to the balcony and our sauna, just across the main building hallway.
Co-designed by Matt Pierce of Wood&Faulk and Ben Klebba of Phloem Studio, room 3b is a petite haven that feels larger than life thanks to abundant natural light and a gorgeous 42" hang mirror from Brendon Farrell. Available independently, room 3b also pairs perfectly with room 3a to make a suite for families and folks traveling together. A spacious and luxurious bathroom is shared between the two rooms and is used exclusively by guests in room 3a or 3b. Situated adjacent to our communal kitchen and library, 3b affords guests 24 hour access to the balcony and our sauna, just across the main building hallway.
Designed by Kate Sullivan room four is an exaltation of simplicity and natural light. 3 tall windows frame stunning views of the Wallowa mountains, allowing guests to follow the sun as it moves across the voluminous space. Furnished with a comfortable couch, writing desk and leather arm chair from Rejuvenation, be prepared to nestle. Room four is located adjacent to our kitchen-library and affords guests easy access to the balcony and our sauna, just across the hallway.
In room four and three-quarters, designer Tom Bonamici employed thoughtful touches from the Shaker tradition to create an elegant space from a small footprint. 12' ceilings and a large south facing window offer limitless mountain views that evoke a voluminous feeling from just 100 sq/ft. The spacious private bathroom, hand made accessories and a fantastically comfortable bed make room four and three-quarters a perfect retreat from the daily grind.
Room five pays homage to 108 years of The Jennings Hotel with a forward looking design and timeless natural finishes. Inspired by the building's existing vernacular and enhanced with cathedral-like geometry, architect Chris Brown of Observation Studio created a petite sanctuary for guests. Room five evokes the expansive architecture of sacred spaces, while bringing it to a human scale that envelops you with grace and encourages contemplation.
Taking advantage of vast mountain views and abundant natural light, Rosie Kovacs of Brush Factory designed an inviting space with warm textural materials and smart utilitarian touches. With peg rail, pillows and a side table from Brush Factory, room 5 1/2 feels like home from the second you walk in the door.
Room six at The Jennings Hotel was designed by Robert Maddox and Karie Reinertson of Shelter Collective in Ashville, North Carolina. Combining historic architectural references with bold touches of color, texture and shape, their design reflects a reverence for the buildings past, while celebrating its continued adaptation for the future. With custom furniture, fixtures and our only private kitchen, room 6 has space to read, relax, converse and enjoy a meal.
Designed from top to bottom by Brendon Farrell, room 7 achieves a relaxed elegance with clean lines and a simple materials palette. Whitewashed fir & plywood are set off by pops of color on a custom couch and chair made for the room. A lofted bed allows for generous living space and a breakfast nook bathed in morning light creates the perfect spot to enjoy your coffee, write a poem or do very limited amounts of work.
Room eight at The Jennings Hotel was designed and built by proprietor, Greg Hennes, as a love letter to cabin life. Utilizing a simple palate of rough cut lumber and exposed brick, the nostalgic rusticity of room eight is elevated by considered details and a mixture of the found, curated and collected. Beautiful lighting by Portland based Rejuvenation bathes the space in a soft glow, setting the ambiance and accentuating its supple materiality. Whitewashed floors and beadboard ceiling in the livingroom, along with subway and pennyround tile in the bathroom add classic refinement to the space.
For room 9 at The Jennings Hotel, Lisa Garcia of Soñadora imagined a quiet and calming artist retreat. The reflective space, with a selection of books and a desk, encourages an exploration of creativity. An interactive weaving wall and additional weaving material prompt guests to add a personal touch by contributing to the piece during their stay.
Come in, turn it up and get ready to get sweaty. Our sauna is the perfect place to unwind in solitude or make friends with other guests. Cool down on the supple redwood bench by Tom Bonamici or take a cold plunge in the crisp Wallowa water under our luxurious rain shower. Morning, noon or night, there's never bad time to take sauna. So settle in with a big cup of water and let the heat take hold, you won't regret it.