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|"My kids loved the pool!"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"The staff was great."||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Great Location to downtown Jackson Hole."||(in 14 reviews)|
|"Rooms are dated and shabby"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Pretty dark and dingy."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Rooms are dated and shabby"||(in 24 reviews)|
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The TV was nice
The room smelled like heavy deodorizer trying to cover up bad smells.
Not worth the price!
Was within walking distance of downtown
No breakfast, room extremely SMALL, bathroom was BAD!
Location, walking distance to stores
Very small rooms and bathroom
Nice pool and fire pit area.
Very old and outdated. Noisy. Could hear every step the people on 2nd floor took, every word the people in next door room said, and every vehicle that passed on busy street beside our room. Dead bolt lock on exterior door was non-functional. Tiniest bathroom I've ever seen in a hotel/motel. I've seen larger bathrooms in campers. Very dimly lit room.. One day during stay housekeeping did not leave toilet tissue. When I called the front desk, I was told I would have to come get it if I wanted any as housekeeping had already left for day. Depressing to stay in this uninviting lodge. Unfriendly, unhelpful, unaccommodating staff.
Moderately priced, hot tub, great location between Teton village and Jackson proper.
A tad run down (room wise), less than comfortable beds, very loud upstairs traffic.
For those who want to enjoy the Old West, Jackson Hole Lodge captures the feeling of the valley. Jackson Hole Lodge is tucked away in the Teton Mountain Range valley in the northwestern corner of Wyoming. The lodge was established in 1941 as a fishing lodge, due to its close proximity to 13 trout-rich rivers.
Guests at the Jackson Hole Lodge can choose from three standard room layouts. A two-queen room is ideal for families on a budget. This room sleeps up to four people and offers complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, coffee maker, microwave, mini-fridge, and private bathroom. The family suite sleeps up to six people with two queen-size beds plus a queen-size sleeper sofa. Like the standard room, there is a mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, private bathroom, and free Wi-Fi.
The Deluxe Studio is made for up to two people with a single queen bed. It has many of the same amenities the larger rooms have. However, the studio does have a wood-burning fireplace. Complimentary firewood is provided by the Lodge.
For guests who want a little more area, there are three condo designs to choose from. Condos have one to two bedrooms and sleep four to eight guests depending on the layout. All condos have wood-burning fireplaces, full kitchens, complimentary Wi-FI, cable TV, and washer and dryer in the spaces. Each condo comes with a private deck for guests to enjoy outdoor relaxation and living areas separate from the bedroom. Most have a full and half bath.
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- Jackson Hole Playhouse 349 m
- Playmill Theater 0.4 km
- Center For The Arts 0.5 km
- Teton Theater 0.5 km
- Jackson Town Square 0.5 km
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