Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa – A Noble House Resort
What We Love
- Rooftop hot tub for a soak with a mountain view
- Right-out-your-door access to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s hiking, mountain biking and skiing
- Rooftop yoga with an inspiring view
What To Know
- The location, size and vibe make for a perfect family-style retreat
- This is a fairly low-key escape; don’t expect thousand thread count sheets or celeb sightings
- Teton Village is the center of the après-ski and family action; it’s not a place to escape if you want tranquil isolation
- A 7 percent per night resort fee will be charged at Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A tall wooden structure with a Grand Teton backdrop, the lodge’s overall vibe is stylish but casual — there’s no pretense, but no outlandish luxury either. This is a four-diamond mountain retreat with plenty of memorable touches. With massive stone fireplaces in the lobby and the requisite reclaimed-timber logs, the lodge is an ideal place for families to kick up their cowboy, ski or hiking boots year-round.
Bed & Bath
The resort’s spacious rooms are ideal for families, particularly the suites, which can sleep up to four. They all have fireplaces, dining areas, huge flat screens with in-room movies and lived-in décor with weathered leather club chairs, soft plaid blankets and rustic wood furniture. We love the state-of-the-art kitchens, ideal for quick pre-ski or –hike breakfasts. Marble-clad bathrooms have indulgent dual-head showers.
Refuel after your outdoor pursuits in the lodge’s romantic firelit Spur Restaurant and Bar, which serves up hearty, locally and sustainably sourced ingredients. Three-story Solitude spa features Roman-inspired waterfall body and bath rituals and readings by resident clairvoyant Carol Mann. And the finale to the perfect day at Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, A Noble House Resort? A soak in the lodge’s rooftop hot tub as a fiery glow washes over the Grand Tetons.
In the Area
Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa is at the foot of Jackson Mountain Resort (killer hiking and biking), in the heart of Teton Mountain Village (high-end gear and dining), one mile from Teton National Park (where elk roam through blankets of wildflowers) and only one hour from Yellowstone (a bucket-list must with geyser peeping, dog sledding and wolf trekking). Jackson Hole may be known as a winter hot spot, but summer — when the landscape is overrun by alpine wildflowers and crowds are scarcer — is equally magical. Head out to the 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge to see the majestic animals and check out the National Museum of Wildlife Art across the street. End the day by sidling up to the bar “stools” made from saddles at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar 20 minutes from Teton Village in Jackson.
How to Get There
Teton Mountain Lodge is a well built no nonsense very comfortable lodge. Minus 20 degrees Celsius outside but t-shirt only inside without becoming sticky or humid.
Service is impeccable and at the same time sportminded cool as you will expect in this outdoor region.
Bar/restaurant on the lowest level is nice and frequented by lots of outsiders.
Internet is good and allows for multiple devices. Finally. Although it is time to offer this for free, as prices are sky high in this high season. So some financial comfort would help.
Location is great but that is for all ski resorts in the village.
Place is warm and cozy , located in Teton Village ,but to walk to Gondolas is a distance when lugging your skis. The first floor has a tiny ski run into Village which makes the carrying a little less but the ski valet is on Ground Floor and has no access to the snow run ??!
Another bizarre thing is we were in the "old " portion of the building which required you to take the elevator to the lobby , walk through the lobby and then down a long hallway , in order to get to pool and then take another elevator to get to the rooftop hot tub - all while walking in a bathrobe . This was totally awkward , especially if you like to use the pool and hot tub after skiing daily . There was no way to access the "new " building which had the amenities without walking through the lobby in a bathing suit !!
Our room had the worst view ever ( #333) which was a roofline and a building . This is bizarre considering there are mountains and open space everywhere and maybe 5 hotels total in the village . For the price , I expected some open view of a mountain . Also, the only mirror in the room was tucked into a corner which was impossible to get to . The person who designed this hotel must have been personally connected to get the job because the layout is awful .
The nice part of this hotel was staff, the complimentary coffee and tea daily and the use of the spa facilities .
Perfect location near the mountain but bring your A Game as this ski/board resort is not for beginners. The lodge has well appointed clean rooms. The staff was awesome. Bridgette at check in was very helpful in pointing us in the right direction. Aldon at the concierge desk knows the area very well and helped book everything from massages to paragliding and an in house Thai fest. Renting and storing gear is very easy onsite.
Just a quick note to give some appreciation to Alden for the personalized service. Every time we walked by the desk, she greeted my son and I by our names. Continuously, she would check if our stay was great and if there was anything needed. We truly felt welcomed every time!
Great Job Alden!
We stayed at the Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa for three nights, and overall we enjoyed our stay. The rooms are clean and stylish, and there are little perks that make a big difference such as the tasty scratch-kitchen in-house restaurant, Spur, and proximity to the slopes.
There are customer service related items, however, that could be improved. Because of this, I would recommend upgrading your hotel if you can. Namely, if you leave something in the room, there is a chance it will be THROWN AWAY. I left an expensive item in the hotel room and alerted the hotel staff that I had done so the next morning. I had to call multiple times to get a response and to get connected with someone who could actually tell me what was happening, and I could not get a straight answer regarding what the hotel had done to find my item up until the very last minute. I just can't believe a hotel would actually throw away or lose ANY item a guest left in a room. This was a big deal breaker for me in terms of ever coming back to the hotel, and I'm guessing many other guests would rather stay somewhere where the staff takes a bit more care.