Quiet spa like atmosphere with mountain views, on our way from Salt Lake City to the Tetons and Yellowstone. Cute town with a variety of casual dining and boutique shops nearby. We will be back when we have more time.
Traveller from Ridgefield, WA
This Victor, Idaho hotel is three miles from the Wyoming border, 24 miles from the Grand Targhee Resort, and 26.5 miles from …More
A nice location near Tetons but quiet a drive to Yellowstone (even though the drive is beautiful). Driving through the Teton region is the distance problem, but I do recommend this route for anyone wanting to visit Yellowstone for the first time. Price is a little expensive in summer for such a small town, but everything else with the hotel was good.
The Lodge at Jackson Hole, located just minutes from Jackson’s bustling Town Square and the surrounding parks.More
Great hotel. Travelled here with wife and three daughters, ages 11, 13, and 21. Stayed two nights. Only complaint was slow service at breakfast. Otherwise, the hotel was a great choice. There is a lot to do for families summer and winter. Kids loved it.
Situated on the slopes of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, this lodge is also 1 mile from the Grand Teton National Park, 12 …More
Overall, clean, comfortable standard hotel. The location is great with lots of shopping and restaurants very close. The hotel bed was comfortable without being over soft. Staff was good. Breakfast was standard "continental" with bread, bagels, cereals, boiled eggs, yogurts and an assortment of pastries. No pancakes/waffles or fried/scrambled eggs. Internet access is poor if you need it and the mini-fridge was so small that it could only hold perhaps 1/2 dozen drinks/water bottles (<500 ml each). It also did not get very cold, the drinks were cool only. Not the type of fridge to store anything that needs to be below freezing. Still, due to the locations, cleanliness, staff I would recommend it.
Located near the slopes, this Jackson hotel is in the mountains, within a 5-minute walk of Jackson Hole Playhouse and Jackson …More
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, this village is across the Snake River from Jackson. When not marveling at the valley below, visitors should keep an eye out for a local inn’s 15-foot trout statue—on the rooftop, not the menu. Those interested in the region’s history can head north to the Chapel of the Transfiguration, a log cabin built in 1925, and the Maud Noble Cabin natural-history museum.