10 Hotels for an Elevated Stay in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Exterior view of The Cloudveil
Photo: Ryan Sheets/Courtesy The Cloudveil

Jackson Hole might be known as a winter playground for the rich and the famous, but we promise anyone can travel here for Old West adventures, excellent skiing, and access to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

Many visitors choose to rent their own villas, chalets, or cabins, but Jackson Hole is also a haven for luxury lodges near the ski slopes and trendy boutique hotels downtown. So Here’s our list of the top hotels to book for a perfect Jackson Hole getaway, whether you're looking for adventure in the wilderness, a little R&R at the spa, or access to downtown's shopping and dining action.

Best Jackson Hole Hotels of 2022

Editor's Pick: The Cloudveil, an Autograph Collection Hotel

Exterior view of The Cloudveil
Ryan Sheets/Courtesy The Cloudveil

Why We Chose It

The Cloudveil boasts all the magic of Jackson Hole’s Western heritage, perfectly packaged in a boutique hotel that has everything from rustic, luxury design to knowledgeable concierges to help you plan an outdoor adventure.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: Yes
  • Room Rate: $$$

Notable Amenities

Outdoor pool and hot tub, free shuttles to Snow King Mountain and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort during the winter, rooftop terrace

Hotel Description

Marriott loyalists will be glad that this boutique hotel in downtown Jackson exists — most properties here are either independent or lower-tier brands from the big chains. But the Cloudveil, an Autograph Collection Hotel, is seriously stylish, with a modern cowboy-meets-Scandinavian look in its 100 rooms and suites. They're bright and airy with warm wood details and streamlined furniture, and many of them even have fireplaces. The hotel has an all-day American restaurant, The Bistro, that serves French-American fare and has a raw bar open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Outside of the in-house restaurant, there are a wide variety of places to have a meal within a few miles of the hotel, such as Big Hole BBQ — voted one of the best BBQs in Jackson Hole. 

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole

Dining room at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole. Four Seasons was voted one of the best hotel brands in the world
Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Why We Chose It

This ski-in, ski-out resort at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is highly regarded for its 12,000-square-foot-spa.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: No
  • Room Rate: $$$$

Notable Amenities

Year-round heated outdoor pool, in-house ski concierge, free beer and whiskey tastings

Hotel Description

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole is exactly what you're picturing when you think of an ultra-luxe Jackson Hole lodge. It's not located near downtown, but rather in Teton Village, the ski town at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort — and that's why it's able to offer ski-in, ski-out services. There are several dining options, from the traditional steakhouse Westbank Grill to the American pub The Handle Bar to the Ascent Lounge bar that serves an eclectic menu of shared plates, from Wagyu tartare to stuffed Medjool dates to duck confit à l'orange. The 12,000-square-foot spa is perfect for relaxing, and the resort also offers a via ferrata for adrenaline rushes, and a resident astronomer who guides stargazing sessions. There are 158 rooms across numerous room types, plus eight standalone residences, all of which feature modern lodge-inspired decor, mixing streamlined furniture with rustic details like stone fireplaces. What makes this property stand out, though, is its extremely attentive service. Mention a preference once — say, what your favorite après-ski cocktail is — and the staff will remember it throughout your stay.

Amangani

Amangi

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Why We Chose It

Located just five miles outside of downtown, this minimalist mountain-chic lodge in Jackson Hole offers guests surreal views of the surrounding mountains.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: No
  • Room Rate: $$$$

Notable Amenities

Spa, library, outdoor pool

Hotel Description

Amangani means "peaceful home" in Shoshone, and that's exactly what this luxurious resort just five miles from downtown Jackson Hole feels like. For starters, you can stay one of four four-bedroom homes on the property for extra privacy, or you can opt for one of the 40 spacious suites in the main lodge that also exude a residential vibe. Each accommodation has a minimalist, yet not austere, decor scheme, with classic mountain traits such as wood paneling, stone accents, and cowhide chairs. The public areas of the resort feel residential, too — in an upgraded way — with double-height ceilings and panoramic views of the mountains. The staff will attend to you in every way you need: they can organize all your off-property excursions, from hot air balloon rides to heli-skiing. There are also few other signs that this isn't a private home: namely, a restaurant, two bars, and an extraordinary spa (Aman properties are known for them).

Hotel Jackson

Hotel Jackson in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Hotel Jackson in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Courtesy of Hotel Jackson

Why We Chose It

This downtown Jackson Hole boutique hotel seamlessly melds urban and Old West decor — and it's LEED certified.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: No
  • Room Rate: $$$$

Notable Amenities

Free ski shuttle, rooftop hot tub, library

Hotel Description

It's all about location, location, location at the Hotel Jackson, a family-owned and -operated boutique hotel right in the middle of downtown Jackson Hole. Opened in 2015, it became the first LEED-certified hotel in town. But location aside, the property impresses with its local touches, such as the Sacajawea Library, a cozy spot that honors Kenneth Thomasma, a former Jackson Hole teacher and author of more than a dozen books. There are 55 rooms here, each of which comes with a gas fireplace, a Geneva Bluetooth sound system, and a Nespresso machine. The decor is unique, combining rustic mountain elements like wood paneling on the walls with a monochromatic palette of cool browns and warm grays to elevate the traditional mountain lodge experience.

The Lodge at Jackson Hole

The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Why We Chose It

Compared to other Jackson Hole lodges, this property just outside downtown is far more budget-friendly, but still offers amenities like an in-town courtesy car.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: Yes
  • Room Rate: $

Notable Amenities

Indoor-outdoor heated pool, ski rental shop, guest laundry

Hotel Description

Enjoy a classic mountain lodge without the steep price tag at The Lodge at Jackson Hole. Though it's just outside of downtown, this property does cater to skiers with its on-site ski rental shop and storage space for ski gear, plus free bus passes for routes that will take you to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. A buffet breakfast is included with your stay, and at night, the same breakfast spot transforms into the Fireside Lounge, perfect for cocktails and beer. The 154 guest rooms feel a little more like standard hotel rooms than rustic cabins, but they still have mountain touches, like dark wood furniture, suede sofas and ottomans, and western art.

Bentwood Inn

Bentwood Inn Jackson Hole

Why We Chose It

Rustic-chic and perfect for Instagram, this intimate lodge is a romantic retreat with a complimentary wine and cheese social hour.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: No
  • Room Rate: $$$

Notable Amenities

Fireplaces for some lodging options; cruiser bikes, electric bikes, and snowshoes available for a fee seasonally

Hotel Description

There's a reason this is a popular wedding venue. The Bentwood Inn is stunningly scenic, set on three wooded acres about 15 minutes from downtown Jackson Hole. The lodge is constructed from 200-year-old reclaimed wood from Yellowstone National Park, inside and out, creating a truly rustic atmosphere everywhere you turn. There are just five cozy cabin-like suites — yes, they feature those old timbers — some of which have fireplaces and balconies. Guests are treated to full breakfasts and a social hour with wine, cheese, and hors d'oeuvres. Plus, at least twice a week, a private chef cooks four-course dinners for guests who opt in to the event (for a fee).

The Virginian Lodge

The lobby inside of The Virginian Lodge
Courtesy of The Virginian Lodge

Why We Chose It

Nostalgia reigns supreme at this motor lodge, which is actually a chic contemporary property with all the hallmarks of a retro motel, from a courtyard pool to wood-paneled rooms.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: Yes
  • Room Rate: $

Notable Amenities

All-season pool, winter ski shuttles, western boutique

Hotel Description

Throw it back to the days of a classic American road trip at this retro motel and RV park, right on the main road leading out of Jackson Hole. The Virginian Lodge is one of the newer properties in town, but you might not guess it by the decor. It was intentionally designed in an old-school vibe. Think: mid-century in an appropriately kitsch way with walnut paneling, gray plaid carpet, and sheepskin pillows. Many of the 165 rooms encircle the courtyard, where guests can enjoy Adirondack chairs, fire pits, a pool, and two hot tubs. You'll also find a saloon, a burger joint, and a greasy spoon open for breakfast and lunch. It's a nod to a different era, but the overall experience is quite chic.

Caldera House

Caldera House, Wyoming
Courtesy of Caldera House

Why We Chose It

Boutique ski hotel Caldera House in Teton Village has a sleek yet warm, cozy yet sumptuous mountain vibe — interior design is the star here.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: No
  • Room Rate: $$$$

Notable Amenities

Member's lounge, athletic club with Peloton bikes, sports shop

Hotel Description

The eight multi-bedroom suites at Caldera House look as if they belong in a penthouse in a bustling city. They're perfectly mountain-meets-midcentury chic with wood, suede, and plaid in an elevated decor scheme, filled with furnishings by star designers John Pawson and Patricia Urquiola. Despite the modest room count, Caldera House lays it on thick with amenities. In the rooms, which include Le Labo toiletries, guests will find an iPad-controlled sound system and a Nespresso machine. Elsewhere at the hotel: an Italian restaurant, a sushi bar, a casual café, a member's lounge for après, a sports shop, a ski room, and a spa and athletic club. And the final perk — valet parking in a notoriously parking-sparse area.

The Wort

The Word Jackson Hole

Why We Chose It

This is Jackson Hole's historic grande dame, located just off Town Square, and its Silver Dollar Bar is a must-see.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: Yes
  • Room Rate: $$

Notable Amenities

Music venue, ski shuttle, free après ski in season

Hotel Description

Built in 1941, the Tudor-style Wort hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it's one of the Historic Hotels of America. It might come as little surprise, then, that this is a full-on western-themed hotel, but in an authentic rather than tacky way. Its 55 rooms and suites are filled with log beds, antler lamps, and an enviable western painting collection. Be sure to opt for one of the five themed suites for some really over-the-top western decor, like cowhide, red leather, and bronze sculptures. The must-see amenity here is the Silver Dollar Bar (adjacent to the Silver Dollar Grill), which has a bar inlaid with thousands of 1921 uncirculated Morgan silver dollars.

Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa

<p>Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa</p>

Courtesy of Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa

Why We Chose It

In the heart of Teton Village, this ski resort is the epitome of a Jackson Hole lodge, complete with a 22-person rooftop hot tub.

Key Specs

  • Free Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Resort Fee: No
  • Room Rate: $$$

Notable Amenities

Indoor and outdoor pools, rooftop hot tub, spa

Hotel Description

For a quintessential Jackson Hole ski lodge experience in Teton Village (at a mid-point price range in this neighborhood), opt for the Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa. Walk into the lofted lobby with thick logs all around and you'll know immediately that you're at a ski resort. There are 145 rooms here, from standard hotel rooms to the 12-person penthouse suite with a full chef's kitchen. All of them feature an updated take on mountain decor that features a palette of browns and grays, mimicking the natural stone and wood found throughout the rooms — some even have fireplaces. One of the nice little touches is the in-room ski boot dryers. Elsewhere at the lodge, you'll find the Spur Restaurant & Bar, which serves up homestyle classics paired with local beers and signature cocktails like a spicy margarita.

Final Verdict

Four Seasons is one of the most highly regarded luxury hotel brands in the world, and its property in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, certainly upholds that legacy. For starters, it offers guests ski-in, ski-out access, not to mention a 12,000-square-foot spa. Where Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole rises above the rest, however, is in its extraordinarily attentive service. For a lodge that's a little more budget-friendly experience, you can't go wrong with the Lodge at Jackson Hole, which has plenty of amenities, from spa treatment rooms to an indoor-outdoor pool, but is a little closer to downtown Jackson Hole. And if you're craving an even more urban experience, the boutique Hotel Jackson is right in the middle of downtown, so you can walk to dining and shopping.

Know Before You Go

  • Though Jackson Hole is perhaps best known for its ski slopes, it is a year-round destination with four real seasons. Make sure you're packing for the right weather during your visit.
  • Stay in the summer to have excellent access to both Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.
  • Spend some time in town for Old West–themed shops and attractions, as well as world-class dining.

How We Chose These Hotels

We evaluated more than 25 hotels in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, before choosing the best across a range of categories, primarily focusing on ski lodges, boutique hotels, and bed and breakfasts — the three main types of accommodations for travelers beyond private rentals. We considered various elements, like the property’s reputation, quality of service, design and architecture, proximity to attractions, and notable amenities, such as meal inclusions, spas, and ski-in, ski-out access. In determining this list, we evaluated numerous customer reviews and considered whether the property has collected any accolades in recent years.

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