When you spend your days outdoors exploring Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, and sightseeing around Jackson Hole, you want to return to a comfortable hotel where you can feel in harmony with your surroundings. Jackson Lake Lodge, located within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park has some stunning views of the mountains and the Snake river, as well as all facilities you need for a comfortable stay.
The Lodge was built in 1955 for the comfort of visitors to the National Parks, and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. The 385-room eco-hotel continues the Western tradition of hospitality and comes with all modern services and amenities, onsite activities and dining options. Guests have the option to stay in luxurious suites, the main lodge hotel rooms, or quiet cottages.
One of the best things about staying at the Lodge, along with the views, is that you can take guided tours of the National Parks, narrated by naturalists who know the the region and its flora and fauna. You’ll run out of time before you run out of things to do, which include horseback trail rides, rafting on the Snake River, hiking, fishing, cruising, kayaking, canoeing, and golf.
You have a range of dining options at the Lodge, from fine dining at the famous Mural Room to informal meals with classic American food at the Pioneer Grill and Heron Lounge. Enjoy spectacular views of the meadows and mountains, and glimpses of wildlife during meals. Guests have sighted moose, elk, and even a mama black bear with two cubs from the Heron Lounge.
The Lodge also hosts a number of complimentary events such as presentations where wildlife experts acquaint you with fascinating creatures as raptors, grizzly bears and mountain lions. The Lodge houses a notable exhibit of Native American and Western arts. There are shopping facilities as well, with a newsstand, gift shop and a boutique and clothing store