10 Best Hotels in Jackson, Jackson Hole and Northwest Wyoming

Amangani

$$$$ | 1535 N.E. Butte Rd., Jackson, WY, 83002, USA

This exclusive resort built of sandstone and redwood blends into the landscape of Gros Ventre Butte, affording beautiful views of the Snake River Range from its cliff-top location. The warm hospitality is Western, but the setting has Eastern simplicity, with tall ceilings, clean lines, and rooms with platform beds and large soaking tubs. The amenities, the best in Jackson Hole, include horseback riding, a world-class spa, and heated outdoor pools and hot tubs.

Pros

  • Extremely luxurious
  • Impeccable service
  • Extensive amenities

Cons

  • High prices, but rates vary widely with the seasons
  • Though the views are wonderful, few rooms can see the Tetons
  • Small gym and spa
1535 N.E. Butte Rd., Jackson, WY, 83002, USA
307-734–7333
hotel Details
40 suites
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Antler Inn

$$$$ | 43 W. Pearl St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA

No motel in Jackson has a better location than this old-school lodging, a block south of Town Square. Some rooms have fireplaces and two have jetted tubs, but otherwise they're standard motel rooms (indeed, the neon sign advertises this place as the Antler Motel). In winter there's a complimentary ski shuttle.

Pros

  • Restaurants nearby
  • Family-run
  • Good prices in the off-season

Cons

  • Frequently booked-up in summer
  • Dated interiors
  • Motel vibe won't appeal to all visitors
43 W. Pearl St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–2535
hotel Details
106 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Cowboy Village Resort

$$$ | 120 S. Flat Creek Dr., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA

This friendly, well-maintained establishment—with freestanding log cabins with kitchenettes, covered decks, and barbecue grills—is one of the better values in Jackson. It's just a 15-minute walk from the Town Square but on a relatively quiet side street. Kids love the cabins with bunk beds.

Pros

  • Bus shuttle to ski areas
  • Several restaurants within walking distance
  • Indoor pool and hot tub

Cons

  • Crowded in summer
  • No restaurant on-site
  • Decor is pleasant but unfancy
120 S. Flat Creek Dr., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–3121
hotel Details
82 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted

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Elk Refuge Inn

$$$$ | 1755 U.S. 26/89/191, Jackson, WY, 89003, USA
This simple, two-story motel with clean, warmly furnished rooms stands out for great reason: it's set along a minimally developed stretch of U.S. 26/89/191 that overlooks Flat Creek and the National Elk Refuge. It's also 2 miles north of the bustle of downtown Jackson, making it handy for driving up into Grand Teton National Park. Rooms and suites have white and pale-yellow color schemes and most have patios or decks overlooking the greenery (there's also a parking lot). A remodel slated for completion in spring 2021 will further spruce up the property.

Pros

  • Rooms have views of elk refuge
  • Reasonable rates
  • Short drive from Jackson dining and shopping

Cons

  • Not within walking distance of town
  • Rates soar in summer
  • Parking lot partially obscures views
1755 U.S. 26/89/191, Jackson, WY, 89003, USA
307-200–0981
hotel Details
24 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Hotel Jackson

$$$$ | 120 N. Glenwood St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA Fodor's Choice
This swank, LEED-certified hotel built of iron, repurposed barn wood, and natural stone on the site of a Victorian hotel of the same name feels at once ruggedly Western and pleasingly cosmopolitan, its guest rooms and common spaces filled with artful, comforting touches. The spacious accommodations have gas fireplaces, plush linens, big closets designed to store hiking and ski gear, and airy bathrooms, some with big soaking tubs and walk-in showers. Top-floor rooms have balconies, too. The restaurant, Figs, serves first-rate Middle Eastern fare, and the rooftop hot tub is a fine place to soak your muscles after a day of outdoor adventures.

Pros

  • Opulent rooms and design
  • Steps from Jackson Square
  • Superb service

Cons

  • Steep rates
  • Not a great choice for families
  • In a busy part of town
120 N. Glenwood St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–2200
hotel Details
55 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Huff House Inn & Cabins

$$$$ | 240 E. Deloney Ave., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
With a mix of smartly furnished rooms and suites in cabins, a historic inn, and a newer building whose rooms have views of Snow King Mountain, this cozy and cushy inn abounds with inviting touches: soft robes, tasteful furnishings, and in some cases, gas fireplaces. Lavish, artfully plated breakfasts are available in the morning, and the in-town location is convenient to local restaurants and shops yet on a quiet residential street away from the buzz of tourists.

Pros

  • Easy stroll from town square
  • Friendly staff
  • Enchanting garden patio with fire pit and hot tub

Cons

  • Pricey during summer months
  • No pets
  • Often books up months in advance
240 E. Deloney Ave., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–7141
hotel Details
25 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Parkway Inn

$$$$ | 125 N. Jackson St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA

From the moment you enter its ground-floor "salon," this hotel soothes the soul with vintage furniture and black-and-white photographs showing the rise of east Jackson. Each room has a distinctive look—with oak or wicker furniture—and each is filled with well-chosen furnishings from the 19th century onward. The overall effect is homey and delightful, especially if you plan to stay a few days or longer. Continental breakfasts are served in an antiques-filled lounge. This quiet property is just three blocks from the Town Square.

Pros

  • Within walking distance of many restaurants
  • Quiet setting
  • Boutique atmosphere

Cons

  • Not a full-service hotel
  • No restaurant
  • Some guests noted dated furnishings
125 N. Jackson St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–3143
hotel Details
49 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted

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Snow King Mountain Resort

$$$$ | 400 E. Snow King Ave., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
Snow King Resort Hotel

At the base of Snow King Mountain ski area and eight blocks from Town Square, this mid-rise resort with conventional rooms and condo rentals has a modern Western look, a popular restaurant, a cycling and ski shop, and outdoor fire pits near the beautiful pool. The well-apportioned accommodations are contemporary if conventional, and condos have kitchens, extra bedrooms, and other amenities that make them ideal for families or longer stays. The resort is steps from mountain activities like the Alpine Slide, miniature golf, horseback riding, and skiing.

Pros

  • Central yet away from the bustle of downtown
  • Ski-in, ski-out
  • Lots of amenities

Cons

  • Often booked up with large groups
  • Pricey during peak times
  • Daily resort fee
400 E. Snow King Ave., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–5200
hotel Details
201 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Lexington at Jackson Hole

$$$$ | 285 N. Cache St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA

Within walking distance of Town Square, this lodging features modern furnishings and lots of light. An appealing base, it also has some of the town's best-appointed rooms for people with disabilities. Downstairs are an open reception desk, plenty of tall windows, ample sitting space, a stone fireplace, and vintage trapper gear big enough to snare a grizzly. The free Wi-Fi and quality coffee are nice touches.

Pros

  • Walking distance to downtown hot spots
  • Small pool and Jacuzzi
  • Friendly and helpful staff

Cons

  • Limited views
  • Must drive to mountains
  • Hotel-motel vibe instead of lodge feel
285 N. Cache St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–2648
hotel Details
89 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted

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The Wort Hotel

$$$$ | 50 N. Glenwood St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA Fodor's Choice

Built in 1941, this Tudor-style grande dame with a fascinating interior of priceless Western paintings and artifacts is just a block from Town Square and feels as though it's been around as long as the Tetons, but its inviting rooms feel up-to-date and feature woodsy, Western-style furnishings made locally. A fireplace warms the grand lobby, and the sitting area just up the stairs is a memorable place to read a book or reflect on a day of skiing and hiking. You can sip a drink in the Silver Dollar Bar and Grill—aptly named for the 2,032 silver dollars embedded on top of the bar—or amble through swinging doors into the restaurant for a fine meal. The hotel also operates the famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, around the corner.

Pros

  • Charming old building with lots of history
  • Steps from local shopping and dining
  • Specialty suites with one-of-a-kind designs

Cons

  • Limited views
  • Quite pricey in winter and summer
  • Busy location
50 N. Glenwood St., Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
307-733–2190
hotel Details
55 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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