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Of course a hotel developed by a former ski movie star (Rob DesLauriers appeared in over 25 ski flicks) knows how to treat skiers.

Amangani is 12 miles from Teton Village, but the hillside luxury resort offers shuttles to and from the mountain. It also maintains a base area lounge for guests’ exclusive use.

Turn your skis over to the resort’s ski valets upon arrival—and after every ski day—and they’ll be ready and waiting for your just feet from the lifts the next morning. After a day on the slopes, head for the outdoor pool and three whirlpools.

You won’t see the Tetons from this 155-room hotel (including cabins) in downtown Jackson.

Jenny Lake isn’t immediately visible (it's a five-minute walk) from this historic lodge in Grand Teton National Park, but the craggy Cathedral Group—the main peaks of the Teton Range—is.

You can't miss the 60-foot tall panoramic windows in the lobby, framing Jackson Lake and Mt. Moran, but be sure not to miss the west-facing patio, too, which is beneath the biggest and most striking peak in the northern part of the Teton Range.

On a 7,000-foot butte in the middle of the valley, all of the rooms and public spaces—including the heated, outdoor infinity pool—has direct, unobstructed views.

The inn rooms, townhomes and mountain villas at Spring Creek Ranch—on a 1,000-acre hillside wildlife refuge between Wilson and Jackson, and 1,000 feet above the valley floor—all have Teton views.

A five-mile drive towards Wilson from Teton Village, the pet-friendly Fireside Resort has 23 architectural cabins, each with a fireplace, kitchenette, private deck and flatscreen TV.

It’s not ski-in/ski-out, but Snake River Lodge and Spa is no more than a couple minutes’ walk from the lifts, which travelers don’t seem to mind for some of the most affordable luxury rooms in Teton Village.

Even with winter ski lifts, hiking trails, an adventure ropes course and a summer mountain bike park immediately out its doors, it’s difficult to tear yourself away from this hotel’s oversized rooms—even the smallest of which are 500 square feet.  Enticements also include the heated outdoor

With the biggest variety of suite options of any hotel in the village, TML is a favorite with groups of friends and families not only for its wood-and-stone interiors, but also because even its smallest kitchenettes allow for in-room entertaining.

A rooftop, heated-saltwater infinity pool and Coyuchi linens prove that green doesn’t equal mean at silver LEED-certified Hotel Terra.

Jackson’s only National Historic Hotel of America, The Wort (pronounced “Wirt” in proper Jacksonese) opened one block from the Town Square in 1941 when downtown’s streets were still dirt.

Travel + Leisure readers once ranked the 32-room Rusty Parrot Inn— overlooking a park  that’s a five-minute walk from the Town Square—the #1 hotel in North America (and 28th best in the world).