This is our back to back to back trip to Jackson Hole and the Four Seasons. We travel broadly and this has to rank as one of the absolutely best facilities. The hotel is rustic and yet modern and beautifully decorated. Signed Joan Miro art works on the wall everywhere. The staff is accommodative to a fault. You feel like an important guest the minute you arrive at the facility. Everything is catered to your needs with amazing attention paid to fine details such as when you want your room made up and when you want turn down. The turn down crew provides you with a pitcher of ice water every evening as well a new bucket of ice while replenishing the spent capsules for the Nespresso machine in the room. Place your shoes outside the door and it will come back polished the next morning by 7 am. Room make up by the cleaning crew takes nearly two hours as they replace not only all towels but give you fresh sheets and pillow cases. The room, when you returned from your daily activities, looks like when you first checked in. The standard guest room, by the way, is large ( 550 sq. ft. ) and the fire place which is lit with the turn of a switch, is my favorite along with the two extremely comfortable couches in front of it. Most rooms have a balcony too. The bathroom with a separate commode is expansive and beautifully done including a large glass enclosed shower with a thoughtful wood bench and a soaking tub. Each room has a huge, nicely lit walk-in closet with his and her side and soft robes and his and her slippers.
The outside terraces of the hotel have gas lit fire pits surrounded by couches. Evening drinks or coffee and before bed get together with friends by the fire is quite an experience. Wool blankets are readily available on cold nights.
The downside is cost. We made our visits around the Memorial Day weekend usually after a short stay in Yellowstone. That is the least expensive time of the year to visit as the hotel and Teton Village has just reopened for the season. Book way in advance and you can get very reasonable rates, which incidentally, has been rising steadily the past three years following the recession. My last stay ( May 2014 ) - the least expensive room without a balcony but with the all important fire place and a King bed was $219 a night. My daughter's room with two queen beds was $299. For next year ( 2015 ), the same rooms have gone up to $279 and $339 a night plus tax. If you wait till summer to visit, the same rooms would cost you $400-600 a night.
Avoid eating at the hotel. The City of Jackson has fantastic food similar to NYC and San Francisco in quality ( and price.)
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Resort Jackson Hole
- Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole Hotel Teton Village
- Four Seasons Teton Village
- Teton Village Four Seasons
- Four Seasons Resort And Residences Jackson Hole Teton Village