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Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole, Teton Village

$400 or more
Editor's Pick
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, United States, North America: The entrance to the lobby lounge at the Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole
7680 Granite Loop Road
Teton Village , Wyoming
Tel: 307 732 5000
Fax: 307 732 5001
www.fourseasons.com/jacksonhole
Concierge.com's insider take:

With lift tickets nearing $100 a day, ski towns have lost their slacker image, but it wasn't until 2003 that the Four Seasons opted to open a property in one—and the company chose Jackson. The property melds disparate worlds beautifully, with some 2,000 pieces of museum-quality artwork on the walls (including works by Joan Miró and Alberto Giacometti) along with Western-style interior details like tooled leather, cowhide chairs, and Native American–inspired throw rugs. The ski-in, ski-out hotel is built in a clever zigzag formation so that the majority of the 550-square-foot standard rooms have terraces with mountainside or valley views. But hey, everybody in Jackson has mountain views; only this place has the Seasons' legendary service. The ski concierge here custom-fits boots (all rental equipment is top of the line and replaced annually), tunes and stores skis, and practically walks guests right to the lift. Post-powder, the staff brings around heated towels, hot chocolate, and s'mores as guests soak in outdoor hot tubs styled to look like geothermal pools.

From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
Overall Score: 90.7
  • Activities: 91.0
  • Design: 89.5
  • Food: 85.4
  • Location: 91.1
  • Rooms: 95.2
  • Service: 91.9
The "totally upscale cowboy" resort of wood and stone is ski-in/ski-out, with "an unbeatable location" at the mountain base and "an amazing ski valet." Decorated in earth tones, "very rustic yet luxe rooms" have "thoughtful touches such as a cozy throw for the oversized leather chairs" and gas fireplaces. Westbank Grill is "very good, with excellent service." "In the bar, they remembered what we drank and brought it to us when we sat." One drawback: "You have to pay for valet parking, and, if I remember correctly, it was $24 a day!" "You must go to the spa. My husband had never been to one and was swept away."

(157 rooms)
—2011 Gold List

Amenities: Game drives, Golf, Pool, Skiing, Spa

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