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Four Seasons Jackson Hole

Ski-in/ski-out, lavish, grand

7680 Granite Loop Road, Teton Village 83025


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At a Glance

Zigzagging along the base of Rendezvous Mountain, with large picture windows opening onto stunning panoramas of the Tetons, the Four Seasons is Jackson Hole’s most luxurious slopeside resort.

Indagare Loves

  • The cozy ambience, despite the large size, thanks to beautifully designed interiors
  • The excellent spa, with sixteen treatment rooms and relaxation lounges with fireplaces
  • The multi-bedroom residences, a great choice for families or friends traveling together


Situated at the base of mountains that attract dare-devil skiers in the winter and nature enthusiasts in the summer, Four Seasons Jackson Hole is all about unabashed pampering, from complimentary s’mores and hot chocolate in the afternoon to heated robes and slippers for guests who brave the alfresco hot tub in subzero temperatures.With 124 guest rooms and 60 privately owned two- to five-bedroom residences, the Four Seasons is one of Jackson Hole’s biggest resorts and is housed in Wyoming’s largest structure, zigzagging along the base of the mountain. But thanks to public spaces featuring stone-clad fireplaces, couches arranged in small groups, an impressive personal art collection and a warm palette of chocolate browns and deep reds, the hotel feels surprisingly cozy. Large picture windows open onto the stunning panoramas of Rendezvous Mountain.

Outfitted with gas fireplaces, oversized bathrooms, overstuffed ottomans and armchairs and lots of light-wood detailing, the large guest rooms (the smallest measures 500 square feet) are enclaves of calm. This is particularly the case in the winter, when you’re tempted to hole up there, wrapped in one of the soft throws, reading a good book by the fire. All but three of the rooms have balconies, which either face the interior resort, village and valley or look up at the. For the best views, request one on the top floors.

Because of its location in the midst of Teton Village, within walking distance of restaurants and après-ski spots like Alpenhof and Mangy Moose, the Four Seasons gets a lot of traffic, especially in the winter. The on-site restaurants, which include the Westbank Grill and Handle Bar, are popular lunch options (both accept reservations, a rarity in Jackson Hole), and the outdoor terrace, equipped with Adirondack chairs and space heaters, is packed with skiers after the lifts close. The atmosphere is congenial and—as befits the laid-back Wyoming ethos—a touch less formal than you would normally expect from Four Seasons.

Who Should Stay

For avid skiers and families who want to roll out of bed and be on the slopes, the Four Seasons offers a combination of location, service and amenities (including a wonderful spa) unmatched in Jackson Hole. Those looking for some distance from the heavy ski traffic may opt for a more serene experience at Amangani.

Written by Simone Girner

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