Great hotels and places to stay in Jackson Hole
When you’re all tucked out from the hiking and the eating and the drinking, you’ll need a place to crash. Lodging options in Jackson range from sleeping in the back of your car (free, if you don’t get a ticket) to renting out an exorbitant eight-bedroom log mansion somewhere in the wilderness. Especially during the busy seasons (summer and the winter holidays), the price of lodging -- even for the simplest accommodations -- can be slightly nausea-inducing. The price hikes are a response to high demand, so if you’re on a budget, avoid bank holidays and spring break.
For the best quaint cabin lodgings at an affordable price, hit up Cowboy Village; at $200 a night for a private cabin, it’s truly one of the more affordable and cozy spots in town. The Antler Motel also has you covered if you’re looking for a simple setup just one block from the Town Square. Stepping up on the price scale, Inn on the Creek offers a cozy, bed-and-breakfast atmosphere, unsurprisingly, directly on Flat Creek.
If you’re seeking something a bit more comfortable with some historical context, The Wort Hotel is a hop, skip, and a stumble from Jackson’s nightlife, with its very own Silver Dollar Bar just off the lobby. Hotel Jackson ups the ante on luxury with far more modern and updated rooms. The Rusty Parrot Lodge takes the cake for service and style, with only 31 rooms and an outdoor balcony hot top.
Finally, if you’ve got some serious cash to burn, look no further than the luxury villas curated by The Clear Creek Group. Their selection of short-term rentals include ski-in/ski-out cabins, tucked-away western palaces, and contemporary condos. And if you want to roll like Kanye, the Amangani resort sits in solitude, high atop a butte overlooking the majestic Teton Range.