Hotels in Jackson, Wyoming
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- Jackson Town Square
- Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center
- Snow King Resort
- Granite Hot Springs
- National Elk Refuge
- Teton County-Jackson Recreation Center
- Jackson Hole Rodeo Grounds
- Jackson City Hall
- Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center
- Pink Garter Theater
- Alpine Slide of Jackson Hole
- Jackson Hole Playhouse
- Teton County Fairgrounds
- Amaze'n Maze in Jackson Hole
- Snake River
- Teton Ice Park
- Miller House
- Wildlife and Natural History Safaris
- Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum
- Sheep Mountain
Best hotels in Jackson
Take a trip out West with a stay in Jackson Hole, Wyoming – home to cowboys, mountaineers, skiers, and even John D. Rockefeller, whose ranch now stands as Grand Teton National Park. Whether you want to hit the slopes or wrangle some cows, this picturesque valley, flanked by the Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges and divided by the Snake River, offers a recreational paradise. No matter what you’re searching for, the best place to start this search is Hotels.com. As experts in travel, we can help you find and book your perfect hotel in Jackson Hole online or on the phone. Check out our wide section of hotels in Jackson Hole, complete with pictures, star ratings, and guest ratings. We have more than 1 million hotel reviews from real guests, and with our real-time rates and the best deals on the web, we’ll make booking your stay in Jackson Hole a breeze.
What's Jackson Hole like?
Nestled between snow-capped mountains, the glacier-carved valley was used as a pass by fur trappers and frontiersmen and is still home to many species of wildlife including bison, elk, bighorn sheep, eagles, coyote, and many more. Wildflowers also dot the landscape of the valley with their reds, pinks, blues, purples, and yellows. Nature and wildlife tours are quite popular among those visiting Jackson Hole and take to the skies in a hot air balloon or on the Bridger Gondola to catch the exquisite views. In the winter, the valley is a winter wonderland – full ok skiing, ice-skating, dog sled rides, and more. In summertime, Jackson Hole is open to explorers on land and on the water with activities like rock climbing, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, and white water rafting. Check out Jackson Hole’s museums and dive into the community’s history from its Native American roots and Old West boom until today. Our hotels in Jackson Hole range across the valley, making sure you’ll find the best location to fit your needs.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Jackson Hole
Most tourists plan their Jackson Hole vacations around the area’s two biggest seasons—summer and winter. If you’d rather blend in and avoid the masses, a spring or fall trip might be best. These times may not offer the massive snowfall of the winters or the bustle of summertime but they have their own allure. Springtime weather in Jackson Hole can be unpredictable, but you’ll find plenty of beautiful wildflowers and locals enjoying the peaceful quiet before summer’s tourism boom. The autumn is equally magnificent and though the weather can be temperamental, the fall is typically warmer than springtime. Most summer activities are still available in the fall, though it can be a little chilly for some of the water activities. Hotels in Jackson Hole are full of vacancies in these off-seasons, making them the prime time to make the valley your vacation spot. Be sure to check out the Jackson Hole bars and restaurants for happy hour specials and local company during your stay.
Jackson travel guides
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