Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole

Wild West, United States

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    The mountain resort where skiing is just the start

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Why we choose Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole

This luxury mountain resort is an ideal combo of rustic adventure and luxury accommodations

  • A 2,000-piece, museum-quality art collection by regional and American artists
  • Get on the slopes faster with ski-in/ski-out access
  • Relax in the heated, 75-foot outdoor pool and three hot spring-style whirlpools

The story at Four Seasons Jackson Hole can’t be anything but the outdoor offerings. It’s got an insanely good ski set up overlooking 5,000 acres of skiable terrain and a Base Camp offering the services of a ski concierge. But that’s only the beginning. You also get access to unique adventures like a private wildlife safari led by an in-house naturalist. It’s a nature lover’s dream come true in any season.

What you need to know about the hotel

Informal luxury rules, with a dressed-down feeling to the high-end facilities

  • Westbank Grill is a mountain steakhouse featuring steaks cooked on a 1,800-degree infrared grill and an extensive wine list with organic selections
  • The fitness facility boasts certified trainers; cardiovascular machines equipped with a television, virtual technology and headset; steam room and cold plunge pool
  • Among the 11,685-square-foot spa facilities: two private spa suites, each with a Swiss shower, fireplace and deep soaking tub

With unlimited access to skiing, hiking, rafting and other sweat-inducing activities, you’ll need a comfortable room in which to catch your breath. Four Seasons Jackson Hole’s 106 rooms, 18 suites and 32 resort residences more than fit the bill. You get a generously sized mountain retreat with a gas fireplace, home-like furnishings, dark wood and natural stone. Plus, most of them have a private, furnished balcony or terrace where you can take in the views.

Other ways to get your relax on include four casual but very good restaurants and lounges, a huge spa whose treatments are inspired by the mountain setting and a gorgeous, heated outdoor pool.

Where is it and what's nearby

Wyoming’s famed Grand Tetons are the picture-perfect backdrop for this Four Seasons gem

  • Down the road is Yellowstone National Park, home to grizzlies, bald eagles, bison and more geysers than anyplace in the world
  • Snake River has raging whitewater rapids and gentle currents for both rafting and fly fishing for trout and whitefish
  • A wolf encounter with a Four Seasons biologist includes a hike where wolves can be seen at a safe, ethical distance

High in the Rocky Mountains surrounded by Wyoming’s Teton Range, forests and rivers lies Four Seasons Jackson Hole. The resort, about one mile from the entrances to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, perfectly showcases an area that’s become one of the country’s premier vacation destinations, whether you’re a ski bunny or not. The reason? A staggering number of year-round outdoor adventures plus a thriving arts scene.

While it’s most famous for high-octane sports like skiing, rafting, kayaking, mountain biking and hiking, culture lovers will be impressed by the theatre, art and music landscape. One caveat: The town of Jackson Hole is 12 miles from the resort, so if you plan to take in a show or hit a gallery, you’ll need to rent a car. 

How to enjoy Wild West

The gorgeous landscapes of Utah, Wyoming and Montana seem to embody the very spirit of America: independent yet welcoming, beautiful yet a little untamed—and thankfully, the Wild West now comes with room service

  • Reveling in the wonders of national parks is a must: Among the most popular are Montana and Wyoming’s Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier
  • Saddle up for a real cattle drive in Montana, where Triple Creek Ranch takes you back in time for an afternoon of herding dogies
  • View the 80-foot rock wall mural—a jaw-dropping prehistoric art piece—in the Great Gallery deep inside Utah’s Canyonlands National Park

For centuries, the American West’s siren song has promised adventure and plenty of room to breathe. And while it still delivers on adventure, roughing it has given way to hotels with museum-quality art collections (Four Seasons Jackson Hole), cabins that are nicer than your house (Montana’s Triple Creek Ranch) and heated gondolas that whisk you to prime ski spots (Waldorf Astoria Park City).

Speaking of skiing, it’s the main draw for many who journey to Big Sky Country. Top resorts offer ski-in/ski-out convenience, along with access to the best mountains. Not in the mood for skiing or snow boarding? Wildlife safaris inside and outside the great national parks let you get up close and personal with animals you’ve only seen in the zoo—or try your hand at fishing in Montana’s Snake River.

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    When to visit Wild West

    Winter in the western states is Cold with a capital “C”—it would be annoying if it didn’t create ideal skiing conditions. Late spring through early fall are the best seasons to visit if you’re more interested in hiking or visiting the national parks.

  • You need to know

    You’re just a mile from Moose-Wilson Road, the back entrance to Grand Teton National Park; great for hiking and wildlife spotting during the summer.

  • Awards and accolades

    Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole is a member of Condé Nast Traveler’s Platinum Circle, having featured in the Gold List for five consecutive years.

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