Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole
What We Love
- Most rooms feature balconies overlooking Teton Village, only a three-minute walk away
- The staff can arrange a host of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, rafting and horseback or sleigh riding
- Dedicated children’s programs
What To Know
- Pets 25 pounds and under are permitted for no additional cost
- WiFi is available for $10 per day
- Children under 12 are not permitted at the spa
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Nestled in Teton Village just a snowball’s throw from Bridger Gondola, Eagle’s Rest and Teewinot chairlifts, the family-friendly, ski-out/ski-out Four Seasons Jackson Hole gives guests access to 5,000 acres of peerless powder. Inside, the 124 rooms and suites have a Western rustic elegance feel, and some feature stone gas fireplaces, tan leather armchairs, marble bathrooms, polished wood touches and private balconies with teak furnishings and unobstructed mountain views. But you won’t be spending much time in your room, because here, it’s all about the great outdoors. The hotel offers a bevy of outdoor pursuits (including dedicated children’s programs), and staff can arrange activities such as hiking, mountain biking, rafting and horseback or sleigh riding. During the winter, Four Seasons Jackson Hole’s on-site Base Camp is a one-stop-shop, providing ski rentals, a dedicated concierge, valet and resources for lift tickets, ski schools and guides. After a day on the slopes, schedule some spa time in one of the 16 treatment rooms at the 11,685-square-foot facility. The hotel also has three outdoor whirlpools and an outdoor pool that is open year-round (heated towels and robes, as well as free hot chocolate and s’mores are provided during the winter months). And at Westbank Grill, the western heritage American eatery cooks up farm-fresh cuisine such as sarsaparilla-braised buffalo short ribs and hazelnut herb crumble asparagus. Also on property is Handle Bar, an American pub and beer hall pouring eight domestic and international drafts alongside grub such as elk red chili.
In the Area
A three-minute walk south from the resort will lead you to the restaurant- and bar-filled Teton Village, and the town of Jackson Hole is only a short drive away. Pass through the iconic elk horn arches into the town square, where you can sidle up to a billiards table with the house-made golden ale at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bay (25 North Cache St.), housed in Jackson Hole’s first bank. Just around the corner, Snake River Grill serves a crispy pork shank with roasted corn, black bean salsa and a red chili sauce (84 East Broadway). Entertainment-seekers will love the spicy margaritas and live acts by touring musicians at the Mangy Moose Restaurant and Saloon. And when you’re ready to return to the mountain, take a bike out on the 20-mile Cache Creek loop at the Bridger Teton National Forest, or if you’re looking for something less strenuous, drive along the scenic routes around the Snake River Overlook and Jenny Lake in the Grand Teton National Park.
How to Get There
Stayed her and loved it. Great food, amenities, staff and at the base of Rendezvous! The fireplace is a great place to relax and have a drink of your choice! Warm feeling literally and figuratively! Accessibility to Teton National Park is second to none. Moose/Wilson Road is the best place to see wildlife and Four Seasons is right next door!
Our favorite couples escape over Thanksgiving weekend. Resort is incredibly relaxing with very comfortable suites and fireplaces. Concierge is super knowledgeable and helpful in suggesting restaurants, activities and setting up dog sledding and safari excursions. Exceptional service.
Staff is amazing, building is amazing, food is amazing, atmosphere is amazing, room is amazing. This was was the best hotel experience I've had and probably will ever have. The staff made sure that we had absolutely everything we needed for a perfect stay. I can't say enough about how great this place is.
Wonderful service. Terrace by the piste is perfectly situated in the sun with warm and ambient fire. Gluhwein had great taste. Salmon tartare and mac 'n cheese were delicious but slightly overpriced bottom line of the bill.
My husband, 15 year old son and I stayed 4 nights at this hotel over the Thanksgiving holiday. The room was comfy and well appointed. Service from the staff was friendly and met our needs. We loved the pool and hot tubs, especially the robe and towel warming closets. This made getting out of a hot tub into the cold weather much more pleasant. Overall we had a great time and would recommend this to others. However, be prepared if you eat at the hotel. Prices are high but probably not much more than other hotels and restaurants in Jackson Hole. We also had the Thanksgiving buffet which was delicious!