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Jackson Hole refers to a valley with several towns, including the main town of Jackson and the smaller communities of Kelly, Teton Village, Moose, and Wilson. There are many reasons to visit one of America’s most beautiful mountain towns, with its breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife like moose, elk, bears, and bald eagles, and a long list of possible year-round outdoor adventures from hiking to skiing. You’ll find plenty of family-friendly hotel options, too, whether you want to be in the heart of Jackson and its many amenities or in a more remote locale surrounded by wilderness.
Amangani - Jackson
One of the most stunning mountain resorts in the world, the Amangani is a legendary property in a tranquil setting with a zen-like feel set atop a 7,000-foot butte in the heart of Jackson Hole. A wide range of activities can be enjoyed, including hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking, while the heated outdoor infinity pool is ideal for lounging around or swimming with unobstructed mountain views. There’s a lavish spa with a menu of pampering treatments and an on-site eatery, The Grill, known for its exceptional service and outstanding local ranch fare. The generously sized rooms feature upscale details like cowhide chairs, deep tubs for soaking, and sliding glass doors that lead to a private deck with sweeping views of the Teton and Snake River mountains.
The Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa - Jackson
Set on a 10-acre property, the Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa is close to the National Elk Refuge and just a short drive from Grand Teton National Park. One of the prettiest riverside hotels in the United States, it offers rooms and cabins that sit alongside a river where guests can enjoy fishing and tubing during the warmer months. They include amenities like flat-screen TVs with DVD players, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers. Some come with fireplaces or verandas, while the suites are especially luxurious with butler service, full kitchens, and soaking tubs. On the grounds, there is a sauna, hot tub, and an outdoor heated pool. A complimentary gourmet breakfast buffet that’s been ranked the best in the state is included too.
Wyoming Inn of Jackson Hole - Jackson
Just a five-minute drive from the historic Town Square in Jackson and one of the coziest places to stay in the area, the Wyoming Inn of Jackson Hole has the feel of a luxurious cabin, complete with a lobby where you can enjoy a drink by the roaring fire. Some of the rooms come with fireplaces, and all include standard amenities like Keurig coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, and microwaves. The on-site restaurant offers dishes made with organic, locally sourced ingredients for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and there’s also a fitness center with weight training equipment and cardio machines.
Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole - Teton Village
The luxurious Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole is steps from the epic slopes at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, offering a ski-in, ski-out resort stay experience. It’s also close to hiking trails and wildlife, and the town of Jackson is just 20 minutes away. No matter the season, guests enjoy a wealth of amenities, including a heated outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a chic spa with outdoor whirlpools and a long list of treatment options. Dining is impressive, too, with everything from a casual pub to a fine dining steakhouse. All rooms include balconies with mountain or meadow views, flat-screen TVs with DVD players, gas fireplaces, mini-fridges, and bathrooms with soaking tubs.
Parkway Inn - Jackson
Just a 5-minute walk from Jackson’s Town Square and 14 miles from the Moose Junction entrance to Grand Teton National Park, Parkway Inn is a boutique hotel with a homey feel, lots of antiques, and Western-style decor, along with an impressive number of amenities. Enjoy the indoor pool, two large whirlpool tubs, a sauna, and a fitness center. Its rooms all come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, and bathrobes. If you book a suite, you’ll get a sleeper sofa, wet bar, and microwave. A complimentary breakfast is provided daily, along with afternoon lemonade and cookies in the lobby.
Rusty Parrot Lodge & Spa - Jackson
The Rusty Parrot Lodge & Spa is one of the top hotels near Grand Teton National Park. It sits at the northwest edge of Jackson, offering a luxurious Western-style retreat. A family-run lodge, it enjoys a central yet tranquil location while providing exceptional service and special touches, such as turndown service with chocolates and free cookies in the library. There’s an outdoor lounge deck with firepits for gathering under the stars and a hot tub for soothing sore muscles after a day hiking or on the snowy slopes. The on-site restaurant is highly acclaimed and serves locally-inspired American fare. When you’re in the mood for something different, you’ll be steps from the many bars and restaurants in Jackson too. Rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, luxurious linens, and bathrobes. Some have whirlpool tubs and fireplaces.
*The Rusty Lodge & Spa was devastated by a fire but will reopen in late spring 2023 as a “new lodge with an old soul” complete with its serene spa, award-winning restaurant, and secluded courtyard with an even larger large outdoor hot tub.
Hotel Jackson - Jackson
Located in the heart of Jackson, Hotel Jackson offers a boutique stay that will put you just steps from shops, galleries, and restaurants. It boasts a rooftop hot tub, a fully outfitted gym, and an on-site restaurant with delicious Mediterranean fare that can be paired with their award-winning list of wines. The rustic-chic rooms and suites have walls made with reclaimed barn wood and ultra-comfy beds with leather headboards, plus upscale amenities like Nespresso machines, gas fireplaces, and spa-like baths with designer toiletries. The Colter Suite is one of the most luxurious, with two outdoor patios where you can relax with a spectacular mountain view in the deep soaking tub.
Hotel Terra - Teton Village
Hotel Terra offers an eco-friendly stay with a mountain-lodge feel in a LEED-certified resort at the base of the slopes in Teton Village. You’ll have easy access to all the popular activities, including skiing, hiking, and mountain biking, while enjoying a wealth of amenities on-site. It includes a gorgeous infinity pool, a spa with steam showers and a rooftop Jacuzzi, a large fitness center, and outstanding dining on-site that includes the II Villaggio Osteria restaurant featuring Italian dishes. The rooms are bright and airy, with flat-screen TVs, gas fireplaces, and beds with organic mattresses. The bathrooms have heated floors and come with organic toiletries.
The Anvil Hotel - Jackson
Just a 3-minute walk to Jackson’s Town Square, The Anvil offers an affordable stay in a renovated mid-century motel that may not look like much on the outside but looks like a Western film set on the inside. Rooms feature custom cast-iron beds and Woolrich blankets, handmade brass fixtures, vintage decor, and modern amenities like minibars with locally-sourced snacks. Free loaner bikes are included if you want to explore on two wheels, while the on-site Italian trattoria serves delectable dishes that can be enjoyed with creative cocktails or wine from an extensive list of options.
Lost Creek Ranch & Spa - Moose
Sandwiched between Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Lost Creek Ranch & Spa offers an all-inclusive ranch-style stay with a long list of activities on offer. Enjoy horseback riding led by a wrangler guide, hiking, fly-fishing, scenic float trips, swimming in the heated pool, Pilates, yoga, and more. There are saunas, a hot tub, and a full-service spa for relaxation, and families can also take advantage of the teens’ and kids’ programs. Dining includes family-style meals and western cookouts, while accommodation is in multi-bedroom cabins with kitchenettes and gas fireplaces or western-style cabin rooms with porches.
The Lodge at Jackson Hole - Jackson
The Lodge at Jackson Hole offers affordable luxury, especially outside the popular winter and summer seasons when guests enjoy discounted rates. It has an indoor-outdoor heated pool and hot tub open year-round, along with an indoor sauna and soaking tub. A fitness center and dining options are on-site, including a sumptuous breakfast buffet, box lunches, and fireside dinners. Complimentary shuttle service is provided to downtown Jackson with the Town Square just a mile away. The lodge-style rooms include iHome docks, large flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and Keurig coffeemakers with Starbucks coffee. Some feature fireplaces too.
The Wort Hotel - Jackson
The Wort Hotel sits in a building that’s on the National Register of Historic Places, providing historic character and luxe amenities. Elegantly rustic, it’s located near the center of downtown, within walking distance of numerous shops, restaurants, and ski slopes. After a day of fun in the snow, you can come back and enjoy free cider and cookies. The Silver Dollar Bar & Grill on-site serves hearty breakfasts and dinners focusing on Western dishes, while rooms feature custom-made furniture, original western art, and Keurig coffeemakers. The spacious Western-themed suites include the Silver Dollar, a favorite with its authentic re-creation of the property’s famous Silver Dollar Bar with a Western gaming table. It also has a master bath with a two-person Jacuzzi tub.
Snake River Lodge & Spa - Teton Village
Located at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (one of the world’s best resorts for extreme skiing and boarding), the Snake River Lodge & Spa provides a 4-star getaway in a luxurious setting. It’s just 1.4 miles from Grand Teton National Park and features a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities for kids and adults alike. One of the highlights is the swim-through indoor/outdoor heated pool, the only one like it in Jackson Hole. Plus, there’s a stone sauna, indoor/outdoor hot tubs, and outdoor grotto waterfalls. The five-story spa and fitness center allows guests to keep up with their workout routine and relax with jetted pools, saunas, and a full menu of treatments from massages to facials. The on-site restaurant serves local specialties like buffalo filet mignon, while rooms come with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers. Some have fireplaces and balconies, and the suites have a full kitchen, washer/dryer, and more space.