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
My wife and I celebrated our 5th anniversary here. I could not have planned a more perfect trip. From the time we walked in the front door to check in the staff were so nice. Of all the places I have traveled, I think the people of Jackson, Wyoming, are the among the most friendly people.
Their website, in my opinion, does not do this lodge justice. I was very pleased with our room, the exercise facility, the swimming pool areas, and the Spur restaurant. The air is very dry in this area and the front desk offered to place a humidifier in the room. Little things like that are what makes this an elite vacation spot. It is also nice to walk out the front door and be within walking distance of the ski slopes. I will definitely stay here again.
We selected a one bedroom suite, which had a beautiful balcony. I highly recommend this facility. You will not be sorry.
My wife and I spent 5 nights in a King Suite. The room was large and well laid out, with a dining table, bar counter and a reasonably outfitted kitchen. The room comes with a boot dryer. The coolest thing was the huge shower with two shower heads. The Spur restaurant downstairs is very solid, with quality food and great service. The hotel is well located at the base just a few minutes away from most lifts. I would go 5 stars but for the bed. The mattress was saggy and gave way at the edges, leaving the impression that is was either very cheap or very worn (or both). Also, the bed frame was designed for a footboard but does not have one. Consequently, it sticks out at the end of the bed a few inches. This jutting piece of steel is concealed by the bed skirt, making it a hazard. My wife hit it so hard with her shin walking around the bed that it broke the skin with some minor bleeding. The gas fireplace in malfunctioned one evening, but was quickly fixed.
My wife and I, along with our terrier, Sammy, spent two nights here during an epic road trip from Atlanta, through the midwest, into South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana before spending a week in Yellowstone. We spent the final two of our destination nights here to visit the Grand Tetons National Park. The room was comfortable but didn't have a view. We had dinner the first night in the hotel and the meal was GREAT.
From the staff to the room there was nothing to disappoint. Expert employees were very friendly and helpful. The room was so comfy, with fluffy robes, a big wooden rocking chair and a stuffed moose on the bed.
All I can say is I wish I had stayed longer than just one night. I stayed in room/suite 317 and it's very large. The decor is very ranch/chalet type, which makes it very cosy. The hotel overall is beautiful and set in a stunning location. The staff is very helpful and polite. Unfortunately I didn't have a chance to try the spa but I'd love to go back and stay for a few more nights.