Jackson Hole

Hotels in Jackson Hole

From its staff to its amenities, the Four Seasons in Jackson Hole—the first mountain resort from the luxury hotel family—set a new standard for both the brand and for luxury ski lodges throughout the U.S. when it opened a decade ago.

Family-friendly lodge, steps from the new aerial tram to the summit, with ski-in convenience at the base of Jackson Hole.

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The alpine-luxe, LEED-Silver Hotel Terra—one mile from Grand Teton National Park and ski-in distance from Jackson Hole Mountain—mixes low-impact ethics with high-end aesthetics.

Log cabins at the base of the Teton range. 


Doubles from $515, includes breakfast, dinner, and various activities.

Jackson’s ski resorts hog the spotlight, but you don’t have to sleep slope-side. If you love the après-ski experience, or if you’re traveling in any season beside winter, the plush, western-style Rusty Parrot is your best choice.

While most adventure lodges are four-season-focused, Snake River was built with the winter season in mind.

With 32 rooms in the lodge, four treatment rooms in its Body Sage Spa, and seven tables in its Wild Sage restaurant, the Rusty Parrot is all about keeping things cozy.

From the towering redwood walls and ceilings at the entrance to the service, everything about Amangani is warmly intimate and refined. And then there are the stellar views of the Tetons from the lobby and each of the forty guestrooms.

Couples love the rooms here with gas fireplaces (rooms without fireplaces have private decks) as well as the deep soaking tubs—standard in all rooms—and oversize walk-in showers. The soft-as-can-be linens and weighty down comforters encourage you to stay in bed as late as possible.

These historic cabins have a national park out the front door and no TVs inside. The main lodge has a fireplace that’s usually roaring and, pre-dinner there’s often live acoustic music. Rates include horseback riding and use of lodge’s bicycles.

Five colorful—pale green and yellow—stand-alone creekside cottages are tucked into the northern end of Glenwood St.

Checking in at this 32-room inn on a quiet street in downtown Jackson, don’t be surprised if you’re greeted by name … and then asked if you’d like a drink brought up to your room or, in the summer and fall, the third-floor outdoor deck looking out on the neighboring park and the Gros Ventre Moun