What We Love
- Great for families and groups of friends, even the smallest rooms can sleep three people (in two Queen beds or a King bed with a roll-away based on availability), and many connect
- Many rooms and suites feature balconies or terraces and year-round access to outdoor adventures in Jackson
- Chef Mike Masone dishes up Mediterranean-inspired Wyoming favorites and shared plates in the elegant open kitchen at FIGS restaurant
What To Know
- Staff can book a range of outdoor activities from whitewater rafting and zip-lining in summer to snowcat and heli-skiing during the winter
- In-room ski, snowboard and boot fitting is available upon request
- Not a ski-in/ski-out property, but the hotel runs frequent shuttles to Snow King and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Hotel Jackson is a LEED-built luxury, boutique sleep just a block from the famous Jackson Hole Town Square. The look is mountain modern with western heritage accents, from the rustic reclaimed barn wood planks on the walls and quarried stone floors in the lobby to the leather and metal details throughout. Upstairs, all 55 rooms and four suites are large for the in-town locale, and have one King or two Queen beds, natural gas fireplaces, 48” HDTVs, Nespresso machines and spa-like bathrooms with L’Occitane amenities. Upgrade to a suite for space to spread out and furnished terraces overlooking Jackson Hole Town Square and Snow King Mountain or Saddle Butte. On the dining front, the Mediterranean-inspired FIGS restaurant and lounge is open for breakfast (7 am-11 am), lunch (11:30 am-3:30pm) and dinner (5 pm-9 pm), but Chef Mike Masone can also prepare personalized lunch picnics to take to the mountain or on summertime adventures with advance notice. FIGS lounge serves up specialty cocktails and light tapas from 11:30 am – 11:00 pm, and then there’s the six-person rooftop hot tub for an evening dip under starry skies.
In the Area
Jackson has no shortage of great bars, but the must-visits for at least one drink and a ton of atmosphere are the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar (which has saddles for barstools and lots of live music and pool) and the old-school Silver Dollar Bar & Grill, home to a unique bar made of coins nearly a century old. Out at the ski resort, the famed Mangy Moose is among the most revered après-ski watering holes. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Old Faithful and the other Yellowstone highlights nearly devoid of tourists by way of a snowmobile or a snowcat when the park’s south entrance is closed to cars. Goosewing Ranch runs snow coach and guided snowmobile tours. A handful of wilderness lodges offer horse-drawn sleigh rides and cowboy dinner packages, the best known of which is the Mill Iron Ranch (also renowned for its extra-thick T-bone steaks). Or, if you’d rather skip the meal part, it’s hard to beat the sleigh rides through the vast National Elk Refuge, among herds of hundreds of wintering elk. Jackson is home to many western outfitters, but none is better known than the Jackson Hole Hat Company, which attracts clients from around the world with its bespoke cowboy hats. Wyoming Outfitters does the same with handmade boots.
How to Get There
From the minute I arrived, the staff at this beautiful in-town Jackson Hole boutique hotel couldn't have been more gracious or accommodating. I called down to the front desk shortly after I checked in to make sure I was in the right room as there were a couple of things pictured online that didn't square with the room (I had booked a superior double queen over a premium because it looked like there was a lounge chair and small table in the superior, but neither were in the room). Greg at the front desk got right back to me after conferring with the manager. Apparently the picture was incorrect; he not only apologized, but offered to upgrade me to a suite. I was perfectly happy to stay in the room I was in, but appreciated the gesture and moved to the suite, which was beautiful. That would have been enough -- but because the room had a king bed and I had reserved a double queen, they also gave me the adjoining room for the duration of my stay. Totally above and beyond! The hotel is family-owned, and you can tell. Very personalized service. The concern for their guests, and the pride they take in the hotel comes across. The hotel and accommodations are rustic/modern and comfortable, nice finishes and details. Definitely a big step up from the heavy/western/ log cabin vibe of a lot of places in Jackson. Lots of little touches all around. We had dinner and breakfast at Fig's, food was delicious. Mediterranean/Lebanese (humus, falafel, kabobs, etc.) Hot tub on the roof was the perfect way to end the day after skiing and other outdoor activities. Will definitely stay at this hotel again. Highly recommend it!
First time in Jackson, Wyoming. This hotel is exactly what I wanted. Great room with a fireplace, makes for a very cozy sleep. The valet/bell person was very helpful and accommodating. Parked my car, took my bags up, showed me all the features of the room and took me to a near by restaurant for dinner so I would not walk in the cold or take out my car. Amazing!Front desk woman (short brownish hair) gave me a great recommendation for a nearby restaurant called Gathering and a plate there that I loved. Great job. Please keep up the good work. I will be back. Only place I will stay in Jackson.
Great boutique hotel in an perfect location in the town of Jackson. The hotel is very quiet and elegant. The furnishings are modern and classy, and each room has is well appointed. The staff is exceptionally helpful and they make each guest feel like an important individual.The general manager, Sadek, is also very present and helpful to the guests. We loved the Lebanese influenced cuisine and the quick service at dinner.Overall, a very sophisticated hotel with top notch food, and exceptionally helpful staff!
We loved our stay at the Jackson Hotel. The rooms were beautifully decorated and very clean. We have to compliment your housekeeping staff who is doing an outstanding job in keeping the rooms spotless! The only thing we did not like about the hotel was the restaurant. The food is of a very specific taste, which may be interesting for some people, however, we ordered three items off of the menu and all three items were not available! Not good.
This hotel was a great experience. The staff was very attentive. The room was kept beautifully. The Lebanese food in Figs was delicious. The location was exceptionally quiet and yet walking distance to most of the town.