Inn at Jackson Hole

3345 Village Dr, Teton Village, WY 83025, USA

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  • Paul W   Feb 26, 2018

    Disappointing. I’ve stayed there the last several years. The Inn is the lowest priced hotel in Teton village a little run down but good value. I’ve always rented the one bedroom loft with a kitchenette. With the remodel they removed the stove tops leaving just a microwave and fridge with a small sink with very little usable counter space. The remodeled staircase left little usable space downstairs. The downstairs has a sofa hide-a-bed but no dresser or storage space. They used to have a small kitchen table and a few chairs now all there is a tiny coffee table. The floor lamps look like they came from goodwill and don't provide much lighting downstairs. The heater in the bathroom didn’t work. The restaurant was removed so breakfast is no longer included and they no longer have ski lockers. The exterior still needs a facelift. Pool and sauna are the same and nice amenities.

  • K O   Aug 13, 2019

    The room I had was lovely. I stayed there for four nights. Bedroom: The furniture was comfortable and high quality. I was highly impressed with the quality of everything! Kitchen Amenities: Full dish set, mugs, glasses, silverware set, and cooking utensils. There was a microwave, mini fridge (no freezer section inside), kitchen sink, and a single-serve pod coffee maker. Bathroom Amenities: Hair dryer, ring light makeup mirror. FULL SIZE lemongrass scented hand soap, body soap, moisturizer, shampoo and conditioner with pumps! Pets: There was no pet fee per night. Just a one-time cleaning fee at the end of the stay. Construction: I stayed at The Inn at Jackson Hole during the beginning of August 2019. There is a lot of construction, but it isn't too loud or inconvenient. The swimming pool was closed. Parking: During the summer there are no parking passes. During the winter, they give out parking passes that must be displayed. Parking usually wasn't too bad, but it can be crowded. There are multiple parking lots that can be parked in, so even if the closest lot is full there is someplace to put your car. They also have 15 minute parking, which is great for loading or unloading the car.

  • Shannon Deery   Jul 28, 2019

    Do not listen to all the bad reviews. Yes, the hotel is under construction. Yes the pool and elevator are out of service. Ask for a room on the ground floor. Yes, the lobby is currently a room, but honestly it didn’t deter me, simply because of the much lower pricing. The room was nice, roomy, modern, with a very comfortable bed. Room has hair dryer and makeup mirror, no fridge or microwave. Does have keurig in room. Called the front desk and talked to Jessica about the location of the ice machine and she has it brought to my room immediately. It’s worth it for the location.

  • YINGYING WU   Jan 23, 2019

    Can’t imagine I booked a hotel $261 per night without breakfast and hot tub. The Lobby is very hard to find. We arrived at 6pm during a snow day but the Lobby is dark outside. Then we took our ski stuffs(a lot) walk 10 minutes to find the room even we asked a map form the front door. The colorful pillows are very dirty cover with different kind of hairs. Staffs are nice.

  • Jenni Feazel   Sep 22, 2019

    It is very difficult to navigate around this hotel while it is under construction. My husband and I got in late, and were able to find the "lobby", but it was difficult to navigate easily to get out of the property to other nearby restaurants. The staff seems to be a mixed bag of those that are attentive, and those that are not considerate (great check-in experience, poor check-out experience). Our room was recently renovated, but it seems like it was done quick & cheap. The bed is comfy, however the room does not give any type of warm/comfortable feel. We were on the 3rd floor - there are no elevators, so you have climb stairs with your luggage. The walls are very thin, you can easily hear your neighbors (and all construction happening in the mornings). There is a major lack of outlets, garbage cans, and natural light (we had a small window in the corner) the room. Overall, I think this is a good value-priced option is you are planning a quick stay and don't mind a few of the things listed above (however, I'm sure the price will drastically increase once construction is over). If you are looking to stay more than a night, and looking for conveniences typically found in a hotel in the area - this is not the spot for you.

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