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The Lodge at Jackson Hole

by Lauren Dana Ellman
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by Lauren Dana Ellman
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Jackson Hole retains a distinctive Wild West flair that many gravitate to — just look at the arch made of elk antlers that welcomes visitors to Town Square. And while it’s a year-round oasis for outdoor lovers with ample biking, rafting, hiking, skiing, and snowboarding opps, it really shines in the winter months thanks to being home to a whopping three ski areas: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Snow King Mountain Resort, and Grand Targhee Resort. However, it’s also got culture in spades: The National Museum of Wildlife Art, for example, features works by Andy Warhol and Georgia O’Keeffe. Whether you plan on skiing or strolling, and whether you’re visiting in the winter or summer, consider the amenity-packed The Lodge at Jackson Hole for your next stay. Ahead, our full review.

What You Need to Know

The Look of The Lodge at Jackson Hole

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The Lodge at Jackson Hole exudes a rustic coziness, starting with its imposing wood-and-stone facade. In homage to its wildlife-laden surroundings, the porte-cochère features fun Western-inspired touches like antler chandeliers and decorative bear sculptures. Expect more of the same inside the lobby. Done up in various hues of brown, the space features plenty of couches and plush seating, with an enormous roaring stone fireplace adorned by a moose head as the centerpiece. 

The Lodge’s 154 rooms and suites also feature Western-style décor and artwork, with dark wood furnishings and an overall color palette of browns and deep reds. Patterned throws and pillows add a playful touch, and select accommodations even offer en-suite fireplaces.

The Vibe at The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Laid-back, unfussy, and homey. Warm Western hospitality is on full display at The Lodge at Jackson Hole, where guests are encouraged to relax following an action-packed, adrenaline-fueled day with bartenders, waiters, and concierges ready to assist with whatever they may want or need. 

Who Will Love The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Down-to-earth travelers — families, couples, and solo travelers — looking for a low-key place to rest their heads will love it here, as will anyone looking for great value. Skiers and snowboarders will also appreciate the hotel’s proximity to the slopes, along with the complimentary ski and snowboard storage. 

Who Might Not Love The Lodge at Jackson Hole

The Lodge at Jackson Hole is more rustic than chic, so those looking for a see-and-be-seen vibe complete with fancy bars and a swanky apres-ski scene might want to stay elsewhere. It’s also worth noting that there is no on-site spa. 

Best Amenity at The Lodge at Jackson Hole

The daily breakfast buffet will fuel you up for whatever the day may bring. Expect a slew of options like eggs, bacon, fresh fruit, French toast, pancakes, bagels, and more. 

Money Matters

What’s Included at The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Your stay includes all of the following: 

Extra Fees & Costs You Should Know About at The Lodge at Jackson Hole

There’s a nightly $27 resort fee that includes all of the above. 

How to Get a Deal at The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Click on the offers tab to view the latest deals and discounts. Select packages included added perks like free half-day lift passes and drink vouchers. 

The Sweet Season 

It’s no secret that Jackson Hole offers year-round fun and adventure. For the best deals and the fewest crowds, we recommend visiting in the fall (after Labor Day through mid-November, right before ski season). The weather will still be pleasant enough to partake in the area’s many outdoor activities, and the postcard-worthy foliage — fiery reds, browns, golds, and oranges — is just the icing on the cake. 

Getting There

In the Neighborhood of The Lodge at Jackson Hole

The Lodge at Jackson Hole is just about a mile from the lively Town Square, where you’ll find the Instagrammable elk antler arches, as well as a handful of bars and restaurants such as Cowboy Coffee Co., Snake River Brewing Co., and Persephone Bakery. Grand Teton National Park, which is renowned for its mountain scenery and abundant wildlife, is approximately six miles away. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the region’s main skiing and snowboarding area, is 17 miles away. 

Nearest Airport to The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) is a little over 10 miles from the property. 

Closest Public Transportation to The Lodge at Jackson Hole

The Scott Lane & Broadway START bus stop is just a two-minute walk away. 

The Bottom Line 

For a cozy, value-packed stay near Jackson Hole’s most iconic sites and slopes, look no further than the Western-inspired Lodge at Jackson Hole. 

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