The Wort Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole, The Rockies, United States of America
At a Glance
Visit for summer wildlife and winter ski
Central Jackson Hole location close to restaurants, bars and galleries
Cosy mountain-style lodge with authentic Western hospitality
Silver Dollar Bar a Jackson institution with live music nights
Recommended for couples and families
Best time to Visit
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Jackson Hole has five distinct seasons: summer (usually June to August), fall (September through October), off-season (November), winter (December through March) and off-season (April and May). In the summer and fall, downtown Jackson Hole is bustling, and it’s easy to drive the 20 minutes to Grand Teton National Park or Teton Village. Each September, Jackson hosts a two-week Fall Arts Festival. It's a great time to stay at The Wort. The Jackson Hole hotel has a great energy those two weeks. In the winter, the entire valley quiets down a bit. While some skiers prefer to stay 15 minutes away in Teton Village, others like staying in Jackson and driving out to Teton Village to ski. The Wort has a private, complimentary ski shuttle. There is also a bus stop with service to Teton Village a block away from the luxury hotel’s front door. Another reason to stay in Jackson Hole is the choice of restaurants, bars and shops is bigger in Jackson than in Teton Village.
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Head to the charming town of Jackson Hole for a stay at The Wort Hotel. The historic property is all about western hospitality and in summer or winter, this hotel is one of the most popular Jackson Hole mountain-style lodges.
Located just half-block from Jackson Hole's famous elk-antler-arched Town Square, The Wort is a Historic Hotel dating back to 1941, when Jackson's downtown streets were still dirt tracks. Today it's on the National Register of Historic Places, and little has changed on the exterior, including the red rock trim the Wort brothers quarried themselves in the Gros Ventre valley. The Wort's fifty-nine guest rooms are cosy and the epitome of mountain-lodge style, with dark wood furniture, locally handcrafted bedspreads and original Western-inspired art by local wildlife artists.
The interior offers little touches of luxury; double-pillow top mattresses and Fili D’oro linens, a permanent art collection with nearly 100 original pieces by Western and wildlife artists; rich, deep colors; hand-carved suite doors and custom wooden furniture. All together, it has a Jackson Hole Old World rustic Western elegance that is hard to find elsewhere.
The Wort has a great central location in Jackson close to the Town Square and on one of the city’s main streets Broadway Avenue. Downtown Jackson Hole’s best restaurants, like Local, The Kitchen and Snake River Grill are only a few minutes’ walk away. And the hotel's Silver Dollar Restaurant definitely should be tried. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar has live music most weekends and is right on the square. Just across the street from the luxury hotel in the Wort Plaza is a patisserie, Coco Love, run by culinary Olympian Oscar Ortega, who makes the best bonbons and milkshakes you’ll ever have.
The southern entrance to Grand Teton National Park is only twenty minutes away for sublime wildlife watching and Yellowstone just over an hour's drive, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, which is one of the country’s top ski areas, is also twenty minutes away.
In the winter, the Wort is a great place to stay, as it is just one block from the main public bus or there is a complimentary private Wort shuttle to take you in to Teton Village. You can then arrive back at the hotel to some great après at the renowned Silver Dollar Bar & grill restaurant or for something more low-key there are always hot cider, hot chocolate and cookies served in the lobby.
The Wort is Jackson Hole's only downtown AAA Four-Diamond hotel. The Wort Hotel boasts fifty-nine guest rooms, including four two-room Western theme suites, and the grand Silver Dollar Suite. These spacious rooms are furnished with lodge pole pine beds, goose down comforters, western fabrics, and custom media chests with flat-panel televisions and executive refrigerators. Additionally, each room features luxurious bath robes, exceptional bath amenities, humidifier, and coffee. Welcoming each visitor are the signature brown Silver Dollar Sam teddy bears.
|The Silver Dollar Suite||
This two room suite boasts fine Western decor with a large sitting area with oversized furniture and a replica of the famous Silver Dollar bar with 250 1921 silver dollars and a gaming table. A spacious bathroom includes a two person jacuzzi tub
|The Shosone Suite||
Native American motifs and features including a handcrafted bed make this two room suite distinct. This suite has two flat screen televisions, a custom-handcrafted wet bar and orgiingals murals portraying Native American scenes. The bedrooms includes a gorgeous King bed appointed with Scandia Down comforters, pillows and luxurious linens.
|The Cowgirl Suite||
This lavish two room suite with wet bar, large desk and oversized sitting area features a stunning cowgirl motif. SOme highlights include a gorgeous tooled-leather western canopy king-sized bed, original bronzes and more.
|The Cowboy Suite||
This extravagant suite is the favorite of visitors to Jackson with its true western elegance and spectacular original western paintings and bronze artwork.
|Deluxe Guest Rooms||
One of the finest hotel rooms in Jackson Hole featuring two Queen beds or one King bed
Grand Room, named after the largest mountain in the Teton Range, this extra spacious room elevates you to the next level of luxury. Available with either two queen beds or one king bed. The Grand Room is particularly cozy with its overstuffed sofa and chairs, lodgepole pine furniture, Scandia Down pillows and down comforters rich in warm Western fabrics.
|Grand Teton Suite||
This elegantly styled suite is fantastic for families, being comprised of two rooms it gives you enough privacy. Views of the Grand Teton Mountain Range is simply breathtaking. This suite really allows you to feel at home, with luxurious beds and linen as well as a spacious seating area, with romantic love seat and a desk.
The Wort welcomes children of any age. There are limited interconnecting rooms which cannot always be guaranteed in the high season but suites with sleeper-sofas and roll-away beds are available for those with young children.
For generations, the Silver Dollar Bar and Silver Dollar Grill have combined to entertain both locals and visitors alike. Whether it is dancing to bluegrass on a Tuesday or singing along to western on a weekend, the Silver Dollar Bar is a Jackson destination for live music. The Grill offers an excellent menu including local trout and bison steaks; and you're within easy walking distance of Jackson's other dining and nightlife options.
There is no place like Jackson Hole for outdoor adventure and wildlife watching in both summer and winter. Located right next to Grand Teton National Park - named the Travel Channel's #1 park for wildlife and only 90 minutes from Yellowstone - the World's first National Park, Jackson Hole is surrounded by the crown jewels of the National Park System. By virtue of these icons of the American West, and in addition to the millions of combined acres of National Elk Refuge and three National Forests, ninety-seven percent of the land in Teton County is undeveloped providing an enormous feeling of space and freedom to guests visiting the area.
Teton village for skiing is just 15 minutes away on the Wort's private shuttle. The Teton mountain range are on a lot of people's bucket lists. So once they have been tried, why not try some cat-skiing in the neighboring grand Targhee as well.
With such magnificent mountains and rivers - including the iconic Snake River - activity options are limitless. From the most thrilling white water rafting and skiing, to serene moments on horseback or alone by a placid alpine lake, there is something for everyone in Jackson Hole.
The Wort offers a dedicated concierge service for both summer activities and winter ski.
Greg Salmon (Staff)
Regardless of the reason for being in Jackson, whether its skiing in the winter or Yellowstone in the summer, you really ought to experience some of the authentic Western culture that resides in this charming town. The Wort was opened in 1941 and it does an amazing job of transporting you back to this time; picture yourself eating some hearty food at The Silver Dollar Bar (where the counter is made of real silver dollars), side-by-side with some of the locals, live country music being performed in the background and historic cowboy paintings strewn across the walls, before retiring to your cosy Wild West inspired rooms. I think kids would absolutely love this hotel too due to its fun, relaxed ambience, and there are larger suites and adjoining rooms which accommodate families.
Anna Northeast (Staff)
The Wort, it seems, is part of Jackson Holes furniture. With a fascinating history that I wont divulge too much (youll have to read all about it yourself on the hotels history walk around its inner hallways) you feel like youre really living the Jackson Hole life when you stroll in through the doors. If you want to be right in the center of town, this is your place. You can forget the car for a day or two and enjoy the charming streets of Jackson by foot. There is a slight downside to this as there can be street noise, however, there are better locations within the hotel to be accommodated where you can be assured of a quiet night and we know where they are!
I had just a night at the Wort. The service on arrival was a little slow, my room wasnt ready when it should have been but the staff couldnt have been friendlier and immediately offered me a complimentary breakfast the next morning as recompense. When I was finally shown to my room, I was lucky enough to be in one of the suites they have on offer The carved doors with scenes from the wild west lead the way. The rooms are traditionally western with dark wood furniture, cowboy trappings in place and an ever so comfy bed complete with my own cuddly grizzly bear which is to be mine to keep me company during my stay. The bathrooms are a little old school but the water is hot and the shower sprightly so all is good there. These suites can connect so are ideal for families with a King bed in one room and a queen in another. An extra air bed (which Im assured is very comfy) can be added in as well for a smaller child to keep the family all together.
In the evening, its all kicking off in the Silver Dollar Bar. A popular spot for locals and visitors alike, it serves good beer and hearty food. What it lacks in sophistication, it makes up for in great music, perfect for getting up and dancing to. There are bands playing several nights a week and although joining in isnt mandatory, its easily infectious and a perfect way to unleash your inner cowboy (or cowgirl in my case). The hotel rooms above the bar do get affected by noise and vibration during this time, however, the music finishes promptly at 11pm and there are plenty of rooms that cant hear a peep if you think you cant wait that long.
All in all, the Wort is charming, traditionally warm and welcoming and a great spot to be in for a day or two in Jackson Hole. Dont expect grand facilities or contemporary trappings, but if you want a friendly welcome and wonderfully comfy bed, this is the place to be.
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Location & directions
Jackson Hole, The Rockies, United States of America
In the middle of the Teton mountain range in north west Wyoming, Jackson Hole is remote but it’s surprisingly easy to access. Travelers from Europe can reach Jackson with only one plane change.