Montana & Wyoming
Four Seasons Resort & Residences, Jackson Hole

Deep in the Rockies, set against Wyoming’s spectacular Teton mountains and within reach of both the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks this renowned 157 room hotel truly succeeds in combining a mountain hideaway feel with exceptional levels of service for both couples and families.

The natural wood and stone interior decor complement spacious, comfortable rooms, excellent restaurants and luxury spa facilities. Together they lend the perfect backdrop to days spent exploring the breathtaking location that simply teems with wildlife and nights under huge skies. You can make the most of the pure mountain air with outdoor pursuits ranging from horse-riding and fly-fishing to campfire ranger talks and wildlife safaris – or simply take in the authentic cowboy heritage of nearby Jackson Hole.

Facilities & Activities

The hotel showcases a 23m outdoor heated pool and whirlpools which can be enjoyed after a work out in the fitness centre.  There is also an impressive alpine spa home to 16 treatment rooms where you can make your choice from a wide selection of relaxation treatments and a bespoke cosmetic range.  We particularly recommend the massages which are also available in your room on request.

The activities on offer in the wilderness nearby are simply world class. The pristine forests and rivers offer endless opportunities for nature lovers including fly fishing – you can take lessons from the hotel’s in-house director – kayaking, canoeing and white water rafting. The hotel will happily provide your picnic lunch.

Back on dry land you could try your hand spotting elks, moose or even the elusive mountain lion on a wildlife safari in Teton or Yellowstone or hire a guide to show you some of the local mountain bike or hiking trails. Don’t forget your camera!

The more adventurous can challenge mind, body and spirit learning rock climbing and mountaineering – beginners are welcome. Tennis and golf lovers can enjoy the excellent Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club. Several nearby ranches also offer a horse lover’s paradise with guided wilderness trails, some led by real cowboys.

As night falls the adventure continues with stargazing evenings in Grand Teton National Park. Enjoy wine, cheese and hot drinks watching the sunset then view the vast mountain skies with the resort’s state of the art telescope.

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There are several dining options at the hotel – all accompanied with attentive service. The Westbank Grill, offering fantastic views, pairs distinctive flavours with casual elegance to create an inviting fine dining atmosphere. The open kitchen prepares excellent local meat and fish dishes.

The Handle Bar and Restaurant was opened a few seasons ago and offers a diverse selection of classic pub grub with a modern twist whilst those seeking an intimate experience can head to the Ascent Lounge, known as the hotel’s living room, which also specialises in sushi.

In the summer you can also take advantage of the Pool Café for a spot of al fresco mountainside dining after a refreshing dip.


Most rooms have wonderful mountain or valley views. Though the mountain views come with a higher price tag, the valley views are still stunning and provide a welcome contrast to the mountain views in communal areas.

There are a range of guest rooms, suites and private residences.

Guest Rooms –  come with furnished private balconies and have either a mountain side, valley side or resort room. They all sleep 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child.

Suites – all suites come with a large living area, en suite master bedroom with a beautiful marble bath and look out onto mountain or valley views from a private balcony. There is an option of 5 different types of Suites and they all sleep 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Private residences – if you fancy pure luxury there is a choice of 8 private residences. They include a private kitchen, separate expansive living area, furnished terrace and beautiful fire. They sleep from 6-12 guests depending on which residence you choose.

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The hotel’s reputation as family friendly is well deserved. Child-proofed rooms can be booked in advance and under 18s can stay in their parents’ rooms in a crib or rollaway bed free of charge. The hotel can also provide nappies, playpens and baby shampoo upon request.  The hotel’s residences – which offer from 2 – 5 bedrooms – can be particularly suitable for families as they are extra spacious and boast their own kitchen and lounge.

Children’s menus are available in the restaurants and for in-room dining. Nanny and babysitting services are also available on request for a fee.

There is a dedicated kids playroom with pool table, computer games and Xbox 360 videos, plus a library of wildlife and natural history DVDs for children who’ve caught the nature bug.

The hotel’s renowned levels of service really come into their own when planning family activities. The concierge will be happy to help you book family meals and plan activities – and the range is seriously impressive. Tailor made family trips include hot air balloon rides, horseback riding, fly fishing, star gazing and bungee trampolining. There is even a Junior Ecologist program for children lucky enough to be booked onto a wildlife safari.


All Four Seasons hotels are committed to building upon the company’s strong history of supporting their communities and the environment.

Through their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) program, they seek to preserve and regenerate the beautiful places in which they operate, and leave a positive, enduring impact on their communities.

Their program is centred around two pillars: Planet (environmental impact) and People (social impact). Each pillar is supported by specific activities and objectives, with a close eye to how their efforts will contribute to the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Set in Teton village, just minutes from the Snake River, a mile from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park and a 1-hour drive from Yellowstone National Park the hotel is perfectly placed to start your adventure in America’s most famous wilderness.

The ideal introduction is surely taking the gondola – just a few steps from the hotel entrance – up the mountain for a four course lunch or sundowner and ‘slider. You’ll spot plenty of wildlife on the way.

Jackson Hole – a 20-minute bus or taxi drive away – offers cowboy saloons, classic western restaurants plus a vibrant arts scene and interesting boutiques. Don’t miss the twice weekly rodeo which has been part of the town’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived 100 years ago.

Getting here is surprisingly hassle-free too – you’re just a 35-minute drive from Jackson Hole Airport which is serviced by Delta and United Airlines year round.

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