Hotels in Wyoming
While most adventure lodges are four-season-focused, Snake River was built with the winter season in mind.
Set on a 300,000-acre working cattle ranch, the Hideout offers everything you could want on a ranch vacation, from a horseback ride through alpine canyons to a guided tour of nearby Yellowstone.
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
From the white linen on dining room tables (and suggestion men wear jackets to dinner), to the historic and fully resorted and updated guest cabins, Jenny Lake Lodge’s luxury is old school and understated. Want to go for a ride in the surrounding national park? Horse or bike?
Looking for hip luxury? The eco-friendly boutique Hotel Terra is it. Its western-chic lobby—think tailored leather armchairs and a roaring fireplace—encourages socializing while divine bathrooms and 100 percent natural mattresses keep you in your room.
Sleep on high thread count sheets under down comforters here at night. By day, let the resort’s ski concierges (winter) or Base Camp experts (summer) tell you about the best places to hike, watch wildlife, shop, or dine.
The only thing more impressive than Amangani’s views is its level of service, elegant and attentive without being suffocating. The building and forty rooms are a testament to Western Zen with natural stone, textured fabrics, and an abundance of wood.
The ski shop here offers ski valet service to all guests—think warm boots in the morning—and also does tunes and waxing. Guests get a twenty-percent discount on ski and snowboard rentals too. Need more exercise than skiing? There’s a 1,500-square foot fitness room.
Even if it didn’t have the village’s best après ski spot on its ground floor—that’s The Spur—you’d want to stay at TML to enjoy the giant fireplace in its lobby, its generous rooms and suites, many of which have kitchenettes, Solitude Spa, and ski-in/ski-out location.