We are thrilled to introduce you to Hotel Jackson, the newest and most innovative luxury hotel in the heart of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This stunning 58 room boutique hotel redefines the art of western hospitality with refined, stylish accommodations. While Hotel Jackson is setting a new standard for sophisticated lodging in the Town of Jackson, every intimate detail of its design is meant to connect you with the beauty of our surroundings and the convenience of its central location.
We specialize in personalized service that will connect you with our inspiring surrounding without disconnecting you from the modern conveniences. Hotel Jackson is the ideal choice for discerning travelers who seek to blend their outdoor experiences with the comforts of a luxury lodging experience. Come see why we are the talk of the town!
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Rustic Modern Mountain Luxury
The mountains will take your breath away… we will give you a moment to catch it. Welcome to Jackson Hole’s most celebrated luxury boutique hotel!
Nature’s beauty surrounds you in Jackson Hole, so let us envelop you in a luxurious contemporary western setting when you return, somewhat reluctantly, to the indoors. Each of our rooms are beautifully appointed and bringing elements of the outdoors in. Relax in front of your fireplace and enjoy our elegant western style.
Plush comfortable beds, L’Occtaine bath amenities, Geneva Bluetooth enabled clock radios, natural gas fireplaces and Kohler soaking tubs are just a few of the special touches you will find at Hotel Jackson that will make your stay memorable.
Our upscale amenities not only make you feel right at home, but add a touch of luxury to your stay.
Your home away from home. Our Superior Rooms invoke an authentic contemporary western experience. With views of the surrounding mountains, iconic Jackson Hole Town Square and its surrounding businesses or St. John’s Campus, every guest room offers a unique, Jackson Hole view and experience. Rooms are available with one king or two queen beds, beautiful spa-like bathroom with walk-in shower, gas fireplace, reading nook and authentic art. Our ground floor Superior Rooms are enhanced by serene gardens, bringing nature to your window.
|Beds:||1 King or
|Views:||Downtown Jackson Hole and Urban – Mountain Views|
|Size:||450 square feet|
*Room rates are based upon single or double occupancy. An additional per person fee of $25.00 per night will apply for triple occupancy. Children 16 years and under sleep free using existing bedding.
Our Premium Rooms are decorated with an authentic contemporary-western flair and located on our top floor with views of Jackson Hole, Snow King Mountain, the Town Square and / or neighboring St. John Campus. The Premium Rooms are available with a king or two queen beds, separate shower and soaking tubs, gas fireplace, balcony or enlarged seating area, reading nook, beautiful spa-like bathrooms and authentic western art.
|Views:||Downtown Jackson Hole and Alpine Mountain Views|
|Size:||450 square feet|
*Room rates are based upon single or double occupancy. An additional per person fee of $25.00 per night will apply for triple occupancy. Children 16 years and under sleep free using existing bedding.
Hotel Jackson offers 4 unique suites located on various floors each with distinct features and different views throughout the hotel. Each of our suites offers hardwood floors, gas fireplaces, original art work, superior guest amenities, spa-like bathrooms with soaking tub and separate shower, a desk and work area and are perfect for the discerning traveler or business executive. These suites offer outdoor balconies and enlarged seating areas, and/or separate bedrooms and living rooms.
|Beds:||1 King or
1 King, plus 1 King or 2 Queens (with Connector Guest Room)
|Views:||Downtown Jackson Hole and Urban Mountain Views|
|Size:||750-1,100 square feet|
This spacious two-room suite offers a private sleeping area and parlor seating area separated by double doors. Parlor features a fireplace, wet bar and double door closet. Private bedroom features a King Bed, HD Smart TV, sitting area and a large bathroom with a soaking tub and shower. (1,100 sq. ft.)
Located on the top floor of Hotel Jackson, the Miller Suite offers a 180-degree wraparound deck with outdoor fireplace and seating area. Enjoy views of Jackson and Snow King Mountain, star gaze, host a cocktail party, or simply unwind and soak in the fresh mountain air. Private bedroom features a King Bed, HD Smart TV, sitting area and a large bathroom with a soaking tub and shower. (700 sq. ft.)
This two-room suite offers a private bedroom and separate seating area, featuring a fireplace and HD Smart TV. Two large outdoor patios boast views of the town of Jackson and Snow King Mountain. (1,000 sq. ft.)
This suite boasts ample indoor and outdoor space, featuring a furnished balcony with seating area and incredible view of the town and surrounding mountains, including Saddle Butte. This suite is ADA compliant with an extra-large shower. (750 sq. ft.)
*Room rates are based upon single or double occupancy. An additional per person fee of $25.00 per night will apply for triple or quad occupancy. Children 16 years and under sleep free using existing bedding.
There are ample guidebooks to find the best adventures in Jackson Hole. We suggest you simply ask a local. The local residents on our experienced staff are happy to share their knowledge and experience with our guests.
Want to explore the thrill and excitement of white water rafting, horseback riding, or downhill skiing? Or would you prefer the more reflective experience of a beautiful hike, a relaxing afternoon of golf on one of the many championship golf courses, or a wildlife or photography tour? Everyone on your trip will enjoy a scenic float on the Snake River that meanders through Grand Teton National Park, or a relaxing kayaking or canoeing trip in one of the many lakes of Yellowstone National Park.
Rest assured, our knowledgeable team will listen carefully and help you arrange customized adventures that will become memories that will last a lifetime. We will make sure you are well prepared and equipped to fully take advantage of the wide variety of exciting activities that Jackson Hole has to offer.
Let us create your perfect vacation. No matter the season, there is no end in sight of exciting outdoor adventures that the whole family will enjoy. Click here for a list of winter and summer activities.
The beauty and grandeur of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park are breathtaking, inspiring and to some, life-changing. Best of all, they’re close by. Located just north of Jackson Hole, visitors have the opportunity to hike, float, bicycle, drive or simply sit and take in these epic landmarks.
Grand Teton National Park offers many treasures. Take a leisurely boat ride across Jenny Lake and then hike to Hidden Falls or Inspiration Point. Wildlife safari guides help you locate grizzlies, elk, moose, wolves and many other wildlife that inhabit the Park. Take a few minutes and let our Concierge Team and local staff share their favorite locations, hikes and knowledge with you.
Yellowstone National Park, located one hour north of Jackson Hole is the nation’s first National Park. Well known for Old Faithful, colorful gurgling geysers, cascading waterfalls and amazing wildlife, the vast Park has endless opportunities to explore. If you plan to spend an evening in the Park, we recommend booking at least six months in advance. Let our Concierge team assist you with accommodation recommendations.
During the winter, Yellowstone is a site to behold. Travel to the Park by snowmobile or snow coach and experience the winter peace of the Park and unique steam and ice formations created by the geysers. Snowshoe or cross-country skiing around the Old Faithful trail system is a wonderful way to explore the Park in its winter glory.
Surrounding the iconic Town Square, you will find a variety of shops and boutiques offering artisan crafts, jewelry, fashion, adventure clothing and gear, and of course, western wear and Jackson Hole logo wear. Our Concierge can provide a map of the area and suggest shops based on your needs.
For visitors who would like to weave arts and culture with their epic vacation adventures, Jackson Hole is home to over 70 art galleries, the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the Center for the Arts.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art houses over 550 different wildlife artists in its permanent collection. Explore their 14 galleries, the Sculpture Trail outside the museum and children will enjoy the Discovery Gallery with special activities just for them. During the winter, take in amazing views of the National Elk Refuge from the Museum.
Throughout the year, Jackson Hole’s Center for the Arts hosts a variety of national artists, speakers and special events. Enjoy art, theater and dance classes, as well as regular exhibits in their art gallery. For more information, visit their website for the schedule of events.
Home to the #1 Ski Resort in North America, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Teton Village has more to offer than just skiing! The summer months are filled with adventure as well – Ride on mountain bike trails or explore, the new Grand Adventure Park with ropes courses and zip lines, Ride over 4,000 feet up the Aerial Tram to the top of Rendezvous Peak for stunning 360 degree views or to hike the trails you normally ski. Daily “Alive at 5” programs provide entertainment from cowboy poets and raptor experts, to National Park biologists and theatrical performances. The kids will love the dancing water fountain on the Village Commons, perfect for splashing and cooling off.
The Village also offers an array of shopping opportunities at boutiques and sporting goods stores. After shopping enjoy cocktails or a meal at one of the many restaurants, including the famous Mangy Moose!
During ski season, Hotel Jackson offers free shuttle service to Teton Village for its guests.
For a current list of events in Jackson Hole, view the Jackson Hole Events Calendar.
There is no place like Jackson Hole to explore the great outdoors. During your next visit, take some time to discover some of our favorite outdoor activities and attractions.
Grand Teton National Park
Jackson Hole sits in a beautiful valley surrounded by the Teton Mountain Range. The Grand Teton National Park occupies the majority of the valley of Jackson Hole, allowing the lasting preservation of the mountains and beautiful glacial lakes. With stunning mountain peaks rising up to as high as 7,000 feet off the valley floor, this is truly one of the most awe-inspiring places in the country.
The massive mountains are accompanied by beautiful rivers and lakes and there are plenty of opportunities to catch a glimpse of your favorite Jackson Hole wildlife.
Yellowstone National Park
Established in 1872, Yellowstone was America’s first national park. This mountainous wild land is home to the majority of the world’s geysers along with ample wildlife. At Yellowstone National Park, you can find all sorts of wildlife including wolves, elk and bison herds, and of course, the park’s famed grizzly bears.
National Elk Refuge
While the refuge was established primarily to aid in the conservation of elk, it also restores and preserves the habitat for endangered birds, fish, wolves, and other big game animals. There are interesting things to see at the National Elk refuge year-round.
In the winter, thousands of elk feed on the native vegetation. In the spring, the bull elk shed their horns and begin to retreat to mountain meadows and forests. This is also the time when calves are born and birds migrate to the refuge in flocks. Summer attracts the songbirds and the many lakes become home to ducks, geese, swans and great blue herons. In the fall, which is breeding season for the Elk, bulls clash antlers with challengers and more elk can be spotted as they come down from the mountains in search of food.
Lakes & Rivers
The many lakes and rivers in Jackson Hole are the ideal destination for any warm-weather retreat. Fishing, boating and rafting are all popular activities and can be enjoyed with the breathtaking backdrop of the Teton and Wind River Mountains. The magnificent Snake River flows through the Park and the Jackson Hole valley, offering many miles of changing vistas and abundant trout. World class blue ribbon fly fishing is available in the nearby Buffalo Fork River and Idaho’s South Fork, Henry’s Fork rivers. And Greys River is also a popular spot for fishing and camping.
The summer in Jackson Hole brings endless opportunities for fun. Boating, fishing, and camping are excellent ways to enjoy the outdoors. There are also plenty of hiking and mountain biking options through scenic trails where you can see fields of wildflowers and even catch a glimpse of some interesting wildlife. You can also enjoy horseback riding, golf, and a range of exciting activities at Snow King Mountain Resort.
Besides being steps away from some of the world’s best ski terrain, the winter in Jackson Hole offers all sorts of opportunities for outdoor fun. Along with various types of skiing and snowboarding activities, visitors can try snowshoeing, ice skating, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, tubing, and even dog sledding.
The winter months in Jackson Hole are truly one of a kind. Hotel Jackson offers the perfect luxury basecamp to explore some of the world’s best ski terrain – offering a vast array of exciting wintertime activities and adventures. Whether you are looking for snow sports and explorations, wildlife sightings, ice skating, or other family fun, you are sure to find it this winter in Jackson Hole.
The Jackson Hole area is home to three world-class ski resorts, all with varying ability levels and unique offerings whether you ski or snowboard.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort was named the 2014 #1 Ski Resort in North America by Ski magazine readers. This famed ski resort is home to the world famous Aerial Tram, 116 runs, 13 lifts and one of the top ski schools in the nation. JHMR has recently expanded the number of “blue” runs and is currently preparing for the new Teton lift that will be located just west of Après Vous in 2015.
Snow King, Jackson’s “Local Hill” in town, just celebrated it’s 75th anniversary. Hourly passes are available and they even turn on the lights at night for a unique ski experience. You will often find national and international ski teams practicing on Snow King as it holds the title for the steepest vertical drop in the U.S.
Grand Targhee, located an hour west of Jackson on the Wyoming border consistently ranks one of the top resorts for incredible powder skiing. Ask our concierge team about shuttle buses so you don’t have to drive Teton Pass.
Expert skiers and snowboarders looking for untouched powder runs and the thrill of backcountry adventure can look no further than the Bridger Teton and Caribou National Forests. Several snowcat and heli-skiing companies offer select access to some of the area’s most spectacular views and breathtaking slopes outside of the resorts.
The greater Jackson Hole area is home to hundreds of Nordic ski trails where guest can embrace the peace and quiet of winter, as well as the beauty. Shooting Star and Teton Pines Country Clubs offer groomed trails for both classic and skate skiers, in addition to classes and clinics. If you want to explore trails in Grand Teton National Park and surrounding areas, JH Nordic provides detailed maps and information one their website.
Let the inspiring beauty and majesty of Yellowstone National Park reveal itself to you from the warm comfort of a Snow Coach. You can visit for a day, or spend the evening at Yellowstone’s Snow Lodge and take in the buffalo, bison and possibly a wolf in your travels. Experience Old Faithful, the steaming geysers and the Park’s natural specialties that develop their own unique works of art in the winter.
Remote hot springs, winter wildlife, untouched powder fields or Old Faithful – wherever you want to go a snowmobile will get you there. Drive your own or ride and take in the sights, either way you are in for an exciting day. If snowmobile racing is your thing, check out the annual Snow Devil’s Snow King Hill Climb in late March.
Jackson Hole is home to several Iditarod dogsled race teams and guides. Dogsledding is a very unique way to explore the valley, see wildlife and even visit a hot spring. Mushing with these energetic Alaskan Huskies is a trip you will not forget. Come out for the annual International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race that begins in Jackson in late January.
Snowshoeing with or without a guide is an excellent way to “winter hike” through Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding National Forests. Snowshoes allow you to walk atop the snow-covered trails and explore the winter wonderland. Enjoy a nice workout as you take in the stunning, quiet beauty of the snow-covered backcountry.
During the winter, part of Jackson’s Town Square transforms to an ice skating rink where you can sip hot cocoa and glide along under the twinkling lights. Hotel Jackson is located just one block off of Town Square, offering close proximity to hop over for a beautiful evening skate. If you prefer indoor skating, visitors can enjoy skating at the Snow King Ice Arena, home to the Jackson Hole Moose Hockey team.
The star-lit mountain sky is something to behold and there is no better way to view it then snuggled up in a horse-drawn sleigh ride. There are several rides to choose from; exploring Teton Village, atop the Gros Ventre butte or along the Snake River. Enjoy this favorite winter activity with someone special, friends or family and then enjoy a sumptuous dinner and drinks to complete the evening.
Snow King Mountain offers an exhilarating snow-tubing run that opens at 4:00 pm daily. Kids and adults alike love this sledding adventure and the thrill of gathering speed and bumping along with giant grins. They provide the tubes you don’t have to carry them up the hill!
Dawn and dusk are the perfect time to see and experience fauna such as Elk or Moose in their most pristine environment. Expeditions explore the valley, focusing on each animal’s unique ecosystem. Naturalists offer local knowledge and exclusive viewing opportunities.
For those Arts & Culture enthusiasts, Jackson Hole offers a wide variety of year-round exhibits and events. Stop by the National Museum of Wildlife Art to see a range of unique collections and enjoy the view from the museum which overlooks the National Elk Refuge. There are also more than 70 nearby art galleries, and shows taking place throughout the year at the Center for the Arts.
There are fantastic shopping opportunities in Jackson Hole no matter the time of year. Whether you’re looking for fashion, jewelry, artisan crafts, or western wear and collectables, there is sure to be a nearby shop that will meet your needs. Bundle up, grab a coffee or hot cocoa, and peruse the boutique and unique shops around Town Square.
To learn more about these activities, please contact our Concierge Team
Summer in Jackson Hole offers an endless list of activity choices: You can explore the beautiful hiking trails that wind through fields of wildflowers or hit the river for a little whitewater fun. Is it time to explore the skies by hot air balloon or ride horseback into the backcountry? At Hotel Jackson, we’re here to help you design the ultimate western summer mountain adventure. Below are a few of our picks for the best summer activities in Jackson Hole.
You can explore these national treasures on your own or hire tour guide to lead you to some of the best views and wildlife spotting areas in and around Jackson Hole. Hotel Jackson offers the ideal luxury basecamp for your National Park vacation – located only 20 minutes from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park, and 1 Hour to the South entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
Expeditions explore the valley, focusing on each animal’s unique ecosystem. Naturalists offer local knowledge and exclusive viewing opportunities.
Cost: $199 per person for half day. Children’s rates available. Consult our Concierge for preferred outfitters.
Hiking and Mountain Biking trails begin outside our door and continue into some of the world’s most spectacular outdoor lands.
At the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, there is a seven mile network of mountain bike trails to explore. The Teewinot chairlift enables you to hitch a ride with your mountain bike half-way up the mountain. You may also explore trails in the backcountry around Jackson Hole.
Guests can rent bikes and accessories from many shops in the area and set out on your own or hire guides for tips and instruction.
Specialty outfitters provide guided, half-day access to the following:
Embark on a hike or bike through the hills and valleys of Jackson Hole. A guide will take you on stunning treks throughout the Bridger-Teton National Forest. A wide range of terrain suitable for all hikers and bikers – from the novice to the seasoned – can be found just outside.
Cost: Price varies by location. Our Concierge will email pricing.
Paved and dirt roads and trails throughout Jackson Hole offer another excellent way to see stunning landscape vistas and incredible views of the Tetons. The National Elk Refuge Road or the extensive paved pathways that run throughout the Jackson Hole valley offer ideal options.
Our Concierge is well-versed in road rides, so be sure to inquire!
Whether you choose to fly in a hot air balloon, float in a paraglider or a glider plane, delving into the big skies of Jackson Hole by air is an unforgettable experience.
There’s no better way to experience the romance of the Old West and get deep in to the back country and high in the mountains than on horseback. There are many outfitters to choose from, most offering full- or half-day rides.
Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis, designed by Robert Trent Jones II, showcases some of Jackson Hole’s most breathtaking Teton views. This semi-private club is consistently ranked number one in the state of Wyoming by Golf Digest magazine. Located just 20 miles from the Resort, the club offers a pro shop, golf instruction, club rentals, driving range and putting green. Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis offers preferred morning tee times and discounted rates to our Lodge guests.
Teton Pines is a full-service, semi-private championship golf course offering tee boxes of varying levels, many water features and large greens. This 18-hole course, opened in 1987, was designed by Arnold Palmer. Located just 5 miles from the Lodge, the course offers a pro shop, golf instruction, club rentals, driving range and putting green.
The Snake River offers both calm waters for scenic floating and a dramatic canyon for whitewater excitement. High alpine lakes and ponds are found among the mountain peaks and have their own opportunities for water fun.
Whether you rent kayaking equipment and head out on your own or enlist a guide or instructor, we can help choose between the athletic descent of the Snake River or the gliding serenity of the alpine lakes in Grand Teton National Park.
Home to some of the world’s best trout fishing, the lakes and streams below the Teton Range feature Rainbow, Brown, Lake trout and one of the few remaining populations of wild Cutthroat trout. There are a number of rivers in the area for you to choose from – Snake, Henry’s Fork, Gros Ventre, Green, Madison and many more!
Cost typically ranges from $395-$650 for half day to full day for one to two people. Our Concierge is happy to assist with making the right choice based on your time and interest and can schedule with our preferred partners and outfitters.
The summer months at Snow King Mountain Resort offer a range of activities your whole family will enjoy. A scenic chairlift ride is a great way to relax, enjoy the beautiful weather, and take in the scenery. Mountain bikers will have a blast and hikers can trek up the 1.8 mile trail to take in stunning panoramic views from the top. The little ones will enjoy the King’s double bungee trampoline and adults can sign up for a paragliding adventure they will never forget.
A range of fantastic shopping options are just moments away in the iconic Town Square. Dozens of great boutiques and shops offer everything from unique collectables to fashion and accessories, from outdoor gear to unique western gifts and souvenirs. There is no better place to pick up a memorable keepsake to remind you of your Jackson Hole vacation.
Jackson Hole’s Town Square is home to dozens of art galleries and museums showcasing a range of creations from artists in this vibrant arts community. Another way to experience the arts and culture during the summer months is by heading over to The Grand Teton Music Festival. This seven-week showcase of classical music has been a Jackson Hole tradition since 1962. A range of unique expeditions can also be seen at The National Museum of Wildlife Art and a variety of activities and shows are available year-round at the Center for the Arts.
In addition to the planned daily events in and around Teton Village, let our Concierge Team assist you in planning the following fun pursuits and activities:
Jackson Hole. It conjures many visions for those who have explored this pristine valley, and for those who still have it on their bucket list. Epic, world-class fly fishing and skiing, breathtaking Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, mesmerizing wildlife, the wild west, cowboys and endless hiking experiences are just a few of those visions.
The first question many visitors ask is, “what’s the difference between Jackson and Jackson Hole? And where is the Hole?”
Jackson is the city, with a population of 9,000. Founded in 1914, the community celebrated its centennial in 2014. If you take the chairlift to the top of Snow King, the Aerial Tram to the top of Rendezvous Mountain, or even climb the Grand Teton, you will easily make out Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole was a name given by the original explorers and trappers for the valley situated between the Teton and Gros Ventre Ranges. This valley includes the communities of Jackson, Hoback Junction, Wilson, Teton Village, Kelly, Moose and Moran.
Having grown from a small trading and ranching town in the early 1900s, to a destination resort town where national and international guests visit throughout the year, the community of Jackson prides itself on preserving and protecting the surrounding Parks, National Forests and community land for future generations.
The Jackson Hole area has been selected as one of the top 10 sustainable tourism communities in the world. Our residents and business are taking great strides to ensure our visitors making memories for a lifetime, while still limiting the human footprint on our environment.
Take in the vistas and marvel at the beauty of the National Parks, forests and wildlife. Enjoy the simple or the extreme adventures available that will bring you closer to nature and an understanding of why wild lands and wild places must be preserved.
How are you getting to Jackson Hole? Whether by land or air, Jackson Hole is easier than ever to get to from all over the country and the world.
Location & Transportation:
▪ Steps from the Jackson Hole Town Square
▪ 5 miles from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park
▪ One hour from the south entrance to Yellowstone National Park
▪ 15 miles from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, complimentary shuttle available during winter ski season
▪ Hotel Jackson is located 9.5 miles from the Jackson Hole Airport
▪ Jackson Hole Air Service: Jackson Hole Airport is serviced by Delta, United Airlines, Continental Airlines, American Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Skywest Airlines. Major airlines and commuter services fly via Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles. Newark and Washington Dulles during ski season. Private flights are served by Jackson Hole Aviation, the airport’s fixed base operation.
▪ Rental cars (Hertz, Avis & Enterprise on-site; Alamo, National, Dollar, Thrifty have shuttles to off-site pick-up) and taxis are available at the airport and in town. Private cars may be hired to transport guests to the hotel.
▪ Other regional airports: Idaho Falls, Idaho (90 miles)
Driving Directions from Jackson Hole Airport:
Turn right onto US-89/26/191 and travel 8.7 miles.
Turn right on Deloney Avenue, travel one block and turn right on Glenwood Street. Hotel Jackson is on your right-hand side.
If you were hoping to weave arts and culture into your epic Jackson Hole and Teton Village vacation adventures, you’re in luck. Jackson Hole is home to dozens of art galleries, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Center for the Arts, and the Grand Teton Music Festival.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art
The National Museum of Wildlife Art houses over 550 different wildlife artists in its permanent collection. Explore their 14 galleries, the Sculpture Trail outside the museum and children will enjoy the Discovery Gallery with special activities just for them. During the winter, take in amazing views – the building is situated on a dramatic cliff over the National Elk Refuge. This unique location allows visitors a unique opportunity to see wildlife in a natural habitat.
Center for the Arts
Throughout the year, Jackson Hole’s Center for the Arts hosts a variety of national artists, speakers and special events. Enjoy art exhibitions, theater and dance classes, as well as regular displays in their art gallery. For more information, visit their website for the schedule of events.
Grand Teton Music Festival
Since 1962, Jackson Hole has come alive every summer with outstanding musical celebrations at The Grand Teton Music Festival. This seven-week classical music event features prestigious musicians who come to Jackson Hole to share their talents and passions with the local community.
With more than 70 nearby art galleries, Jackson Hole is home to a vibrant arts community. A number of galleries and local artists craft works that feature the unique western heritage of Jackson Hole.
Hotel Jackson, the premier, luxury, boutique hotel in the Historic Jackson Hole Town Square District is offering 15% off our rates for Mountain Collective Pass Holders. Experience the nation’s best skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, then take our complimentary, Mercedes Luxury Coach shuttle back to Hotel Jackson for après ski in the heart of Jackson, Wyoming.
Just steps from Jackson’s world famous elk antler arches, Hotel Jackson is moments away from the best dining, art galleries, and restaurants in Teton County. Your special rate includes our warm, personal service, complimentary shuttle to and from the ski resort multiple times daily, and complimentary valet parking in our heated garage – all from the best location in Jackson Hole.
Experience our stunning modern-meets-mountain décor and pamper yourself at Hotel Jackson, where nature, your soul, and luxury connect.
Call (307) 733-2200 or click here to book today.
* This offer is only available for Mountain Collective Pass Holders from November 25, 2016 – April 15, 2017. Purchase yours online at Mountain Collective. Two night minimum stay, black-out period: December 24, 2016 – January 2, 2017. Not valid in conjunction with any other offers or discounts.
It’s time to party! Hotel Jackson is offering an exclusive package for the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Rendezvous Spring Festival’s headliner, Zac Brown Band, and the very best location just steps away Jamestown Revival and Samantha Fish on the Jackson Hole Town Square on Friday, March 17. You’ll get two tickets to see Zac Brown Band and luxury, Mercedes motor coach transportation to and from Teton Village on Saturday, March 18. Other perks include a bottle of Wyoming Whiskey, custom shot glasses and complimentary valet parking at the Hotel. Rates start at only $459! Minimum 3 night stay, limited packages available, based on double occupancy. Offer valid March 16 – 19, 2017.
FIGS, a Mediterranean-inspired Wyoming fare restaurant, offers plates to share, fresh salads, sophisticated entrees, seafood specials, and hand-crafted cocktails. It’s is a place where people can come get a taste of the freshest local and regional ingredients and have a great social experience inside the award-winning Hotel Jackson.
Breakfast: 7:00 am – 11:00 am
Lunch: 11:30 – 3:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Bar menu: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Dining About Town
Jackson Hole has established itself as one of the top culinary centers of the Rocky Mountain area. Recent praise from the Wine Enthusiast and Bon Appetit have highlighted the vast array of Jackson Hole dining experiences available to our visitors.
While Hotel Jackson offers our guests breakfast, lunch and dinner, there are extensive opportunities for dining outside of the hotel. Discuss your culinary preferences with our Concierge team and let them arrange your reservations.
Are you ready to pull on those cowboy boots and kick up your heels in the evening? Just steps from our front door are the iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, Town Square Tavern, Silver Dollar Bar, Center for the Arts, and some of the finest restaurant bars this side of the Mississippi.
Jackson offers a number of bars, wine tasting rooms and concert venues to enjoy your favorite music and the opportunity to celebrate your first moose sighting or tackling that black diamond run.
FIGS and our Lobby Lounge offer a variety of premium handcrafted cocktails including our famous Lebanese Lemonade, Gin Fizz, and several other as well as an extensive list of domestic and international wines for your enjoyment.
Hotel Jackson offers our guests exclusive use of the Library, an oasis within an oasis. The Library amenities include a large flat screen television, gas fireplace, high-speed WiFi access, an extensive selection of reading materials and a venue to enjoy drinks or menu selections from the Lobby Lounge and FIGS restaurant. This area is available to all of our registered hotel guests if their preference is for privacy and a more peaceful space to work from.This space is also ideal for executive meetings and dinner parties. Contact us for more information.
The Things you Should Know
Hotel Jackson is the premier boutique hotel in Jackson Hole – steps from the world-renowned Jackson Town Square.
Our contemporary hotel design blends a contemporary Jackson Hole western feel with the valley’s spectacular elements of nature, revealing an extraordinary luxury hotel experience.
LEED certified, Hotel Jackson features 58 rooms with 6 suites. As guests enter the foyer, they will be welcomed in a light-filled reception area designed to bring the outdoors, in.
The two-story fireplace warms our guests, as will the mountain sunshine and community.
Elements of our western roots are displayed in the rustic, reclaimed barnwood throughout the hotel. Carefully patented metal pays homage to the branding iron and early tools of the rugged ranchers and trappers.
The contemporary western flair is partnered with a floating aspen leaf ceiling and serene balcony gardens, all connected by Native American inspired carpets, with designs that guide each guest to their room.
Hotel Jackson’s FIGS restaurant and lounge areas provide a comfortable and welcoming place to unwind and enjoy locally crafted beers and wine, specialty cocktails and farm-to-table culinary experiences. In room dining is available for a late-night snack, or an intimate private dinner.
As guests step out for the evening, they will literally be steps from the famed antler arches on the Town Square, the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, and countless galleries, boutiques, specialty shops and restaurants surrounding our downtown hotel.
It’s all in the details at our Jackson Hole hotel. Browse our Fact Sheet below for current hotel information.
Located steps away from Jackson Hole’s Historic Town Square and less than 5 miles from Grand Teton National Park, Hotel Jackson offers 58 rooms with 6 spacious suites. Room amenities include:
Breakfast: 7:00 am – 11:00 am
Lunch: 11:30 am – 3:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Bar menu: 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Deloney Boardroom boasts views of the town of Jackson and is equipped with top of the line audiovisual technology, including a Samsung Smart TV. A flexible design can accommodate up to 14 guests for a range of functions, from corporate meetings to intimate events and dinner parties.
THE HJ LIBRARY
The HJ Library is a unique and intimate space, featuring warm wood and leather décor, a diverse selection of books, flat screen television, WiFi access and food and beverage service from FIG. The HJ library is available for private meetings upon request.
The year-round temperature range is 2°F to 25°F (January), 22°F to 48°F (April), 41°F to 81°F (July) and 24°F to 57°F (October)
In-room ski, snowboard and boot fitting
The original Hotel Jackson was one of the first five buildings that made up Jackson Hole in the early 1900s. Located around the corner from its current home, the hotel stood on the corner of the Town Square, now home to Legacy Gallery.
The hotel was started by John and Mary Anderson in 1900 in their home at the “Y,” then called Antelope Pass, where Albertsons is today. Because of the location, the Anderson’s were always putting people up for the night and Mary Anderson decided to make a profit from the visitors. When the town of Jackson was created, Anderson purchased two lots on the Square for $15 a piece and they moved their house to town by rolling it on logs.
The house was remodeled into a two-story hotel with a dining room and lobby, which held the original post office. The building was enclosed in brick and a porch added to the front.
The Anderson’s sold the hotel to John Peter Nelson in 1905. Nelson then traded the hotel to Pierce Cunningham several years later for 320 acres near Spread Creek. Nelson wanted to ranch and Cunningham thought he should give living in town a chance. After several years, neither was happy and rumor has it they swamped properties again.
Eventually Jack and Mary Enyons purchased the hotel and ran it for several years before retiring in the 1931. The history of the hotel after the Enyons has been difficult to find, but the hotel was eventually torn down as the brick exterior did not hold up in the harsh winter environment and eventually crumbled.
Jackson Hole is an excellent location for productive and inspiring corporate retreats, corporate board meetings and a variety of strategic planning and team building sessions. Our luxury downtown Jackson Hole hotel provides you with the perfect location to host corporate meetings and retreats, team building events and other special occasions and gatherings year round.
We partner with the National Museum of Wildlife Art to provide spaces to match a wide variety of meeting requirements in one of the most dramatic meeting locations in North America. Contact us to put together your most successful meeting ever, combining facilities for the ultimate flexibility.
The Deloney Room boasts views of the town of Jackson and is equipped with top of the line audiovisual technology, including a Samsung Smart TV. A flexible design can accommodate up to 14 guests for a range of functions, from corporate meetings to intimate events and dinner parties.
THE Sacajawea LIBRARY
The Sacajawea Library Inspired by Kenneth Thomasma is a unique and intimate space, featuring warm wood and leather décor, a diverse selection of books, flat screen television, Wi-Fi access and food and beverage service from FIGS. The Sacajawea library is available for private meetings upon request.
Hotel Jackson’s restaurant, FIGS, may also be reserved for group dining events and special occasions. A warm an intimate escape, FIGS features a two-story fireplace with an aspen leaf canopy floating overhead. Menu selections include Mediterranean-inspired small plates and signature dishes, all perfectly complimented by an extensive wine list and hand-crafted cocktails.
A dramatic outdoor location in the heart of downtown, Smokin’ Iron, on the deck of the Hotel Jackson provides space for private corporate and wedding parties of up to 80 people, and offering authentic barbecue, along with a wide assortment of beers, wines, artisanal cocktails, entertainment and Wyoming skies, with tenting available to enjoy our fresh air, rain or shine.
Hotel Jackson’s event space is perfect for group meetings, ski groups, corporate meetings & events, wedding parties, team building and holiday parties. Allow us to customize to your needs and create an unforgettable event.
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