Located in Wyoming's spectacular Teton Mountains, the Four Seasons Jackson Hole has ski in/ski out access. This luxury 157 room hotel is great for couples and families, with exceptional facilities for children.
Ski in/ski out access to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Direct flights to Jackson Hole airport from a few main airports including Chicago and Dallas
New Casper Bowl high-speed quad chairlift - ideal for intermediate skiers or riders
Luxury hotel capturing the spirit of the American West
For a wild west experience, dramatic scenery and great skiing, Jackson Hole provides it all. The Four Seasons Jackson Hole captures the spirit and essence of the American West and has a mountain hideaway feel, with natural wood and stone finishes. The rooms are both spacious and cosy, many with superb mountain or valley views, balconies and fireplaces, using comfortable interiors, fluffy duvets and cosy soft towels.
The full-service alpine spa has 16 treatments rooms and offers a comprehensive range of massages and beauty treatments to promote relaxation, invigoration and renewal. Guests can enjoy the stunning views of the Tetons from the 23m heated outdoor pool and whirlpools. During the winter months, heated towels, bathrobes and hot chocolate are offered to the brave swimmers!
There is a full ski rental service in-house which will fit you the right boots for your days on the mountain with the convenience of not leaving the hotel. The best bit is, if you need to swap them you can really easily. The expert ski concierge will then take your skis outside ready and waiting for you every morning so you don't need to lift a finger.
The Westbank Grill at the Four Seasons is located right on the slopes offering fantastic views and has a large stone fireplace which is perfect to huddle around. The open kitchen prepares cuisine from the American West and meals here are fairly meat-orientated but really amazing. The Peak restaurant is a lively alternative for lunch, après ski and dinner, offering a sophisticated twist on the traditional American Steakhouse. A great little bar/diner The Handle Bar downstairs in the Four Seasons opened its doors a couple of years ago and has proven very popular. Cutely named handle bar after all of the cycling done in the summer and also after the great moustache. It was set up by restaurant management group Michael Mina, a partnership between Mina, an American 'celebrity chef' and restaurateur, and tennis star Andre Agassi. Michael Mina has brought across his Maitake Mushrooms from RN74 restaurant in San Francisco - definitely worth a try! This is another great place to stop for lunch as there are ideal views across the slopes as well as an open front so you can choose whether to sit inside or out.
When to visit
Wildlife is in abundance in the Teton Valley - keep your eyes peeled!
Situated in Teton Village 20mins drive from the main cowboy town of Jackson Hole (complimentary shuttle provided mid-afternoon/evening) – On beginners slopes of Teton Village.
Boating and Hiking at Jenny Lake
Jenny Lake in the Grand Teton National Park is picture postcard perfect. Think clear blue waters surrounded by jagged mountains and you have it. Pack a picnic and head out to the lake for a day's hiking or kayaking.
Float Trip on Snake River
Engage in a thrilling, scenic combo float and raft trip through the awe-inspiring Teton Mountain Range on a private raft with a naturalist guide who will highlight the wonders of the region.
Jackson Hole Rodeo
Rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived over 100 years ago. Not to be missed, the spectacle run's through the summer months on a Saturday and Wednesday evening for 8pm - we can arrange tickets in advance.
Mountain Biking Jackson Hole
In the summer, Teton Village becomes a mecca for bikers. The hotels ski outfitter turns into an adventure center with a team that can help kit you out with bikes, guides and plenty of advice on the mountain trails and gondolas.
Sunrise or Sunset Grand Teton Wildlife Safari
We can arrange an expert naturalist guide to help you make the most of your Grand Teton Wildlife Safari. Sunrise and sunset are the best times of day to spot wildlife - from bison, elk, antelope, moose, black and grizzly bears, and even the elusive wolf.
White water rafting
There are plenty of places in the USA to run white water, but one of the best is the upper Colorado River where you can run standing waves and whoop and holler in delight as you and your team shoot the rapids.
Winter Wildlfe Safari
Explore the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park in search of the area’s abundant wildlife. This gathering of wintering animals makes winter one of the best times to view wildlife in the Grand Tetons and take a winter sleigh ride.