Teton Springs Lodge And Spa
What We Love
- Eco-cred with property-wide recycling program
- Rocky Mountain views from the big balconies in rooms and suites
- Spacious suites with fully equipped kitchens, which can be stocked with 72 hours’ notice
- Young children can join the Powder Scouts kids club at Grand Targhee resort
What To Know
- Transfers to and from Jackson Hole must be arranged with the hotel
- There is a shuttle from the hotel to Grand Targhee resort, but it costs extra
- There are four restaurants in the town of Victor, two miles away
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Parking On Site
Located just over the rugged Teton Pass from Jackson Hole, the log cabin–style Teton Springs Lodge & Spa sits on 780 acres of land surrounded by the verdant green of Targhee National Forest and the white of soaring snowcapped peaks. The hotel’s main lodge has 52 rooms and suites with decor that mixes Native American and Wild West cowboy art, polished wood and earth tone walls and local photography. The wood frame beds are made up with soft Italian cotton sheets and plush Denali throws, while the bathrooms have whirlpool bathtubs for relaxing after a long day of skiing. The large suites are made even more inviting by stone fireplaces and big comfy chairs in the separate living area. Pamper yourself by booking a treatment at the 5,000-square-foot Stillwaters Spa; it offers everything from reflexology and aromatherapy to après-ski facials and deep tissue massages. Other amenities at Teton Springs Lodge & Spa include a heated outdoor swimming pool, hot tubs, tennis courts and the Range restaurant, which serves hearty fare such as Lava Lake lamb T-bones with a rosemary Zinfandel demi-glace and blue cheese mashed russets.
In the Area
You can fly over the 305,000 acres of legendary Jackson powder with High Mountain Heli-Skiing, to make those first backcountry tracks. Or explore Yellowstone National Park by snowmobile and enjoy lunch at Geyser Grill as Old Faithful erupts before your eyes. For something low-key, grab an award-winning locally made beer at Snake River Brewing. Or get your culture fix at the National Museum of Wildlife Art; the museum’s 5,000-item permanent collection includes the expected Rungiuses, as well as Audubons and also some Picassos and Maurice Sendaks.
How to Get There
This place is totally worth the drive from Jackson! The setting is beautiful, the rooms are gorgeous, the gym fantastic!
Will definitely stay here again next time in the area!!!
The drive from Jackson is very pretty too!
The resort seems to have the right idea; golf course, spa and restaurant, but that is not the case. We were so disappointed. We arrived Monday, around dinner time, after hours in the car. Checked in and unpacked just to find out we had to get back into the car and find a place for dinner because the restaurant isn’t open on Mondays. The rooms are. Ice but the beds are horribly uncomfortable. The pillows they supply shouldn’t even be called pillows. We tried to cancel our last night because we wanted to get a better nights sleep and of course there was a no cancellation policy. The parking lot was completely empty, so obviously everyone else knew what a waste of money it was to stay there. Way too expensive for what you get.
Our room was very nice, and the staff was quite helpful. We had great meals at the
club for dinners, our only complaint was to pay for a regularly complimentary breakfast.
We have stayed at a lot of hotels, especially for this price, breakfast is complimentary.
The grounds were very pretty, nice relaxing place to stay.
Very nice resort. It has golf, tennis, Olympic size pool, spa, restaurants, games. We had a very comfortable room with a nice view from the balcony. Next time I am bringing a swimsuit and staying longer.
This place is about a 40 minute rive to Jackson, Wyoming. We rented one bedroom suite that had a king bed in the bedroom, a full size murphy bed in the living room and 2 full bathrooms. The unit was incredibly spacious and beautifully updated. The view off the back deck was spectacular with the mountains in the background. The customers service was excellent and the parking was plentiful and convenient.
The minor issues I had were the following:
1. $10 resort fee is silly. This place is not a resort and should not charge a resort fee even if it is minimum at $10
2. Instead of the murphy bed it would be a much better use of living room space and more comfortable sleeping on a pull out couch.
3. They need to have the staff inspect the decks of each unit every so often. Mine was covered in spider webs and bird poop which detracted from the experience.
But overall this was a great place to stay and these minor issues were not enough to detract from the enjoyment of our stay. I would stay here again in the future.