Whether you’re in Jackson Hole to shred the pow, paraglide above the mountains or snowshoe the Grand Tetons, at the end of your adventures you need a luxurious place to rest your head. Somewhere to dry your drenched ski suit in front of a crackling fireplace and a view of the slopes to motivate you at dawn the next morning.
That place is the ever accommodating ski-in/ski-out Four Seasons Jackson Hole. With 124 luxurious guestrooms, three slope-side restaurant and panoramic mountains views, it’s the perfect place to call home for a skication getaway. The ski valet is top notch—no dragging wet skis and stomping in your boots to the parking lot, the concierge will have everything waiting for your day to start and collects all your gear as soon as you call it quits…which might happen sooner than you think, if you start with the tram first thing. These mountains are no joke…towering, steep, and more fun than you can ever imagine.
This Four Seasons is surrounded by the breathtaking vistas of Jackson Hole’s famed Grand Tetons and teeming with an inspiring array of wildlife.
It’s the perfect mix of rustic adventure and luxury accommodations. True rustic mountain chic décor adorns the suites and hallways and the doorman always wears his cowboy hat. What more can you ask for in the Wild West?
The range of rooms starts at the high end and goes up from there, but even the standard kings are large and plush, and most units have a balcony or a fireplace. Eating and drinking facilities range from casually hip to extravagant, including the recently launched Michael Mina’s Handle Bar, a gourmet gastropub and beer hall with perfect après ski cocktails. The menu is classic pub grub with a modern twist, specializing and grilled burgers and sausages. It’s ideal for hungry mid-day skiers, happy hour drinkers and revel rousers. Don’t miss out on the frickles, truffled mac and cheese and whisky combination—killer. Just a few feet away from the Gondola, you can’t find a better location for a spiked hot chocolate at the outdoor firepit for a quick break. Careful, though…more than one or two of the potent libations and you’ll be telling to ski valet to bring in your gear and call it quits for the day.
Four Seasons is as mountain-side in Jackson Hole as you can get without back country yurt-ing it (and while we suggest visiting the Yurt, the Four Seasons is a wonderful place to shower and relax after a night of glamping). Every amenity is provided and you really want for nothing during a stay here. As much is expected from a hotel as prestigious as the Four Seasons, but it’s nice to see everything tailored to the culture of Wyoming and not lose any of the luxury appeal.
It’s all about extravagance and a little indulgence on your vacation—while still giving you the access to adventure all day long. It’s the perfect combination. Treat yourself.