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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
This is a wonderful hotel in the center of Jackson Hole. The decor is incredible and feels rustic and updated. Wonderful amenities and good service. All the staff goes out of their way to take great care of the guests. Bed is very comfortable and room is well designed. Had a room with a view of the mountains. Lovely 3 days in Jackson Hole. Liked the location to shops and restaurants. Hotel is quiet and luxurious. Prices are high but worth it!
Possibly the best designed and thought out hotel I’ve stayed in. The rooms are extremely comfortable and quiet with ample closet space, drawers and hooks. There is an espresso machine, a warming drawer for your coffee mug, a mini fridge for your water bottles (provided free), a small welcome tray of fruit. The bathroom is spacious with great lighting and mirrors. The roof top hot tub was just down the hall and was well maintained and crystal clear. The restaurant is excellent. The staff are all very helpful and friendly. The location is just off the main square.
Service was best I've experienced. Staff was friendly helpful and responsive. Lebanese food was incredible. Room extremely comfortable - many small amenities. Couldn't be happier with the experience. There was an intimacy typical of boutique hotels, but with so many personal touches.
Our family of 3 (myself, husband and 16 year old son) stayed at HJ for 6 nights. It was absolutely perfect. The rooms are beautiful and comfortable. We had a small refrigerator perfect for snacks/drinks in the room. There is a Nespresso coffee maker in the room, but we preferred the free coffee bar offered downstairs in the Library hall. The housekeeping service was excellent - and both the daily cleaning and turn down service always made sure we had plenty of bottled water for all 3 of us. I'm a light sleeper, love white noise, and the hotel was able to provide a fan for the room. Valet was awesome! The guys were quick and responsive - never waited more than a couple of minutes for our car. The location is PERFECT! We were able to walk everywhere - including the JH Rodeo. All of our tour meeting spots were within a few minutes walk and our fishing guide was able to pick us up at the hotel. The best restaurants in Jackson are a very short walk from the hotel, which is important because parking on the square is very limited. I can't end the review without mentioning the fresh baked cookies in the lobby everyday around 4:00! This is a smaller boutique hotel focused on service and high expectations - and they delivered every day. We highly recommend HJ and look forward to returning.
Not sure I would change one thing. Attention to detail,food,concierge,front desk personnel. We will revisit and would highly recommend this fabulous boutique hotel,right in the center of town. Be sure and experience a cocktail from the bar menu!