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  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
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Located in Moose (Grand Teton National Park), Jenny Lake Lodge is close to Jenny Lake and Jenny Lake Visitor Center. This romantic lodge is within close proximity of Cascade Canyon Trail and South Jenny Lake Ranger Station.


Make yourself at home in one of the 37 guestrooms featuring refrigerators. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters. Rooms have private patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as bicycles to rent, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Additional amenities at this lodge include gift shops/newsstands and a fireplace in the lobby.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Jenny Lake Lodge. Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held on select days.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

Jenny Lake Lodge
N Jenny Lake Jct
Moose, WY 83012 United States


4.5 Very Good 454 Reviews
Rustic hotel with 5-star food !
Reviewed 7 months ago

This place oozes rustic elegance. When you enter the main building you immediately get the log cabin feeling that fits perfectly with the surroundings. The interior in this boutique style hotel is spot on in my opinion. The lobby/lounge area is centered around a fireplace, which they keep burning almost round the clock. A really nice place for a drink before or after dinner. The breakfast/dining area is situated on the other side of the reception and serves 5-star food. Every meal we had the pleasure of devouring here was a treat, from breakfast to desert. Big complements to the chef !!!

Behind the main building, scattered over the lush terrain, you'll find a number of small cabins. These log cabins are decorated with the same amount of care as the main building, basic, yet elegant. Service at Jenny lake is also of the highest quality.

I would recommend this lodge to anyone, especially food lovers !

"Just Extraordinary"
Reviewed 7 months ago

Well I'm not sure that I add much that has not already been said. My wife and I recently returned from a first-ever trip to the Grand Tetons and we were fortunate to have secured a reservation at Jenny Lake Lodge. The location is simply stunning. The accommodations ....well how can you beat having your own cabin with matchless views. The food.....O..M..G.....just extraordinary.
We have stayed in a number of Inns and Lodges, many that offered sumptuous breakfasts. But we've never stayed in such a remote location that also offered such incredible dinners as well. The dining room does have an evening dress code for dinner, and while it was not strictly enforced, it was enough to ensure that everyone was dressed appropriately for the dinner that was served. How refreshing not to have to sit next to someone in shorts and flip-flops. If you ever have the opportunity, treat yourself, and stay at the Jenny Lake Lodge. You will not be disappointed.

Returning Guest Many Times Over ~ And You Get Your Cabin Changed...
Reviewed 8 months ago

Dating back to the time Mr. Green was the GM at JLL we had spent 5 straight years at the Water Lily Cabin for my wife's birthday in late SEPT. Our biz schedules over the last 2 years had kept us from returning. For Fall 2017 I saw we would be able to get back to JLL and called in May to make sure the Water Lily cabin was available for the last weekend the Lodge was open for season. It was and I book on the web site and noted in the reservation request that I had requested the Water Lily cabin.

Show up at 4 p.m. on our check in date of October 3, 2017 and BAM! O! NO! You are in the Sunflower cabin. It is the same type facility as Water Lily; you will love it. NOT and it is NOT. I told the front desk young man of my issue and he advised he did see on the reservation where I had requested Water Lily; but at the last minute there was a long time VIP guest that reserved the cabin. I ask what made a guest a VIP. He stated that they had been coming for over 10+ years. TAKE THAT! Really I reserved the cabin in May 2017 and confirmed it was available; but not really. I ask the young man if Mr. Green was still the GM and he advised that Rachel Busch was the GM. We went ahead and checked in and quickly found out that the Sunflower cabin was no where near the caliber cabin as Water Lily. I had ask the young man to have Rachel Busch come by our dinner table the first night; as I would like to speak to her. Never met Ms. Busch. Never saw Ms. Busch.

Needless to say our total trip was a downer. Food still wonderful, Service (Thanks Again Jim) as always top shelf. Cabin/Room Service clearly had many issues as on first two days we did not get service till 5:30 p.m. with the Supervisor coming by checking and letting us know staffing issues were being experienced. But Management let us down to the point that we will; at this stage not return. And no; no one offered to adjust the billing or ask us if they could locate another cabin.

GTL.COM you've let us down!

We return each autumn.
Reviewed 8 months ago

Jenny Lake Lodge is an oasis of comfort and rustic elegance at the base of the Teton Mountains. Comfortable cabins with all the amenities available and a central lodge with beautiful greatroom and fantastic dining (BL&D). Friendly staff attend to your every need. Unlike Jackson Lake Lodge, Jenny Lake is quiet and relaxed. Fairly expensive but worth the cost. Many couples and families return year after year. Easy access to hiking, kayaking, wildlife viewing. Horseback riding and bikes included with your stay.

The Best Place to Stay/Eat in Tetons
Reviewed 8 months ago

The only reason I did not give JLL 5 stars is due to our cabin not being one made for sub-freezing weather. Wild Iris was a nice cabin with plenty of closet space, plenty of plugs, reasonably good lighting, and comfortable beds. The bathroom is really too small but you can tell that they have recently made an effort to put in new tile and better lighting. After dinner our first night, we only use the sink and it wasn’t until early the next morning that our hot water heater wasn’t working and the tiny room heater would not heat the room much above 50 degrees (32 outside). The staff responded immediate but resetting the breaker only gave us one shower before it flipped again. They sent an electrician later that day who “retired” the hot water heater and we had no more problems with that. The room heater was another matter but they offered a space heater but we mainly just slept in long underwear and heavy socks - sorta like camping indoors! We found out that 6 or so cabins have fireplaces which, if we return when it is cold, we will rent.
Otherwise a fantastic place with fantastic 5 star food that really makes staying here worthwhile. It is clearly worth the money. If hiking is your thing, JLL is perfectly situated for that. The other park hotels, especially Jackson Lake Lodge are overrun with busloads of tourists and the food there is just average. The lodge is close to the airport and there is a great general store nearby with most everything you might need including some great wines.
The staff will try to do anything they can to make your stay great - and they almost always succeed.
Fantastic food and service with passable cabins located where you want to be in the Tetons.