Four Seasons Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
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|140 Guest Accommodations, many with fireplaces
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Visiting Jackson Hole is like traveling back in time to a bygone era, reminiscent of its wild west beginnings but with a quiet solitude, yet in the midst of this rustic alpine splendor you'll find a mountain hideaway with all the elegance and luxury expected of a 5-star Four Seasons Resort. The Four Seasons Jackson Hole, located in the ruggedly spectacular Tetons of Wyoming, offers ski-in/ski-out convenience combined with the warmly personal service that the Four Seasons is well-known for. With the lifts of Jackson Hole Mountain only steps outside of one door and numerous Nordic Trails out another door, and a Ski Concierge to speed you on your way, you can be on the snow only minutes after breakfast!
For apres-ski their new bar, Slopeside (located near the heated pool and the large outdoor fireplace), has already become the popular place to be after a day on the slopes. They feature a drink called The Peppermint Patty, comprised of Bailey's Irish Cream and peppermint schnapps served in a white chocolate dipped ice cream cone. And for the dedicated skier, Snow King Mountain with night skiing available is only 15 minutes away.
Close by is the town of Jackson, Wyoming, with many shops and art galleries to explore, and not to be missed is the world-famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in Jackson, with barstools made from real saddles, wild west decor, an extensive collection of western memorabilia, and live entertainment featuring some of the finest entertainers in country music.
The Four Seasons Jackson Hole features a variety of room types offering comfort and elegance as well as numerous personal and business amenities, a defined work area, and amazing views of Jackson Hole Valley or the mountains.
Standard guestroom amenities for all rooms include:
Below are descriptions of each room type:
Standard Room - 500 sq. feet - features a
king bed along with either a furnished terrace or a gas fireplace, and
valley or partial mountain views.
During the winter months, a very special service is offered by the pool: heated towels and robes, warm peppermint-scented face cloths, as well as complimentary hot chocolate and s'mores.
Jackson Hole Mountain actually consists of two mountains - Apres Vous Mountain and Rendezvous Mountain, and boasts an average of 450" of snow annually, as well as the greatest continuous rise at 4,139 feet of vertical drop. With 2,500 acres of in-bounds skiable terrain and 111 trails, and over 3,000 acres of backcountry accessible, there's more than enough skiing to keep you busy and happy during your stay at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole.
And you'll never have to worry about waiting in line either - with one aerial tram, one 8-passenger high speed gondola, 6 quad lifts, 2 triple lifts, one double lift, and one magic carpet lift (and a partridge in a pear tree - ha ha just kidding), they can move over 12,000 skiers per hour!
Good news for boarders - snowboarding is allowed on 100% of the mountain, and there's a Super Pipe and a Terrain Park located under the Apres Vous High Speed Quad open to both boarders and skiers. And if night skiing is your thing, Snow King Mountain, while much smaller, is close by (just 15 minutes away) in the nearby town of Jackson.
The Four Seasons Jackson Hole has a world-class restaurant, the Westbank Grill, as well as two Lounges which offer a wide selection of american fare and light meals, as well as cocktails. Seasonal refreshments can also be purchased poolside in both the summer and winter seasons.
With prime slope-side views of Rendezvous Mountain, diners at the Westbank Grill enjoy the flavours and ingredients of the American West, with particular emphasis on seasonal selections of grilled meat, local game and fish. An open kitchen and a large wood-burning fireplace in the center of the restaurant add to its casual warmth. Guests may also relax on the heated outdoor terrace, complete with its own wood-burning fireplace. A thoughtfully chosen list of popular vintage wines complements the menu, providing the perfect accompaniment to meal.
Adjacent to the Westbank Grill, the Lobby Lounge is an intimate bar and restaurant with a sleek Western look. Guests may enjoy the expansive views of Rendezvous Mountain and the coziness of a stone fireplace, whether they are sitting inside on one of several comfortable couches and chairs, or outside on the heated patio. The Lobby Lounge offers a wide selection of light meals and refreshments, and a seasonal selection of cocktails.
And last but certainly not least, there is The Peak - conveniently located at the base of Rendezvous Mountain's ski runs, and accessible from inside the Resort, this après-ski bar is a popular meeting spot with a convivial ambience. Both skiers and non-skiers relax over informal, classic American fare and enjoy the wide selection of aperitifs and after-dinner drinks. Table games and large televisions showing sporting events add to The Peak's informality.
Monday - Sunday