Kudar Motel

260 N Cache St, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

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  • Terri Amann   Oct 12, 2023

    Ambiance: campy; chairs on porch; walking distance to everything in downtown Jackson Hole Cleanliness: Somewhat clean Price: very reasonable for Jackson Hole Beds: comfortable Sleep: no issues WiFi: yep Bathroom: WARNING the shower head was 5' high (at best!) Food: nearby Service: seemed nice enoigh Would I stay again? Yes

  • Jeff Rogers   Jun 25, 2017

    Our Cabin was not like others described or photographed. Room was in serious need of updating! Smelled like bug bomb and heavy cleaners that made our eyes water. Mold in the shower tile and on the bathroom ceiling. Birds nests in the rafters of the front porch, but they tried to deter them buy stapling cardboard all over the place. No dead bolt lock for security, cheap lock set on door. Exposed electrical in closet, and no GFCI (code required outlet) next to what can only be described as a fish cleaning sink. Overloaded outlets with surge strips on them. Mattresses were shot! Staff was nice, grounds are extremely well maintained, right in the heart of downtown. Had we got a room like what is pictured from others I would have rated well, but Cabin 16 was a dive!

  • Andrew Davidge   Sep 09, 2022

    Kudar Motel & RV Park is a time capsule relic of classic vintage Americana in the heart of Jackson Hole still holding out against the onslaught of new upscale development closing in from all sides. This is prime location within walking distance of downtown Jackson and easy vehicle access to/from Highway 191. The Teton County Recreation Center is also right next door but was under construction as of August 2022 which was disappointing. The price is reasonable by Jackson standards (we paid ~$135/night for full RV hookups), but don’t expect any frills here other than the grand old black poplars that line the pleasant little park green. Our front desk staff – John – was very hospitable and accommodating. Due to the high cost of living in Jackson, the Kudar is also home to some seasonal and semi-permanent residents who can’t afford to live anywhere else in town, so mind your manners and be considerate of the local folk who call this place home. The only thing that soured our stay was early morning noise pollution either from the cadre of 2-wheeled chrome dragons and/or the cacophony of construction activity coming from next door. The crews started every morning at 7am blasting music during their pre-work stretches. The morning after Olivia Newton-John died, we were treated to this fantastic scene: grizzled construction workers doing calisthenics to Summer Nights from Grease at extremely high decibel. We just about died laughing and considered it fair consolation for the abrupt 7am wake-up calls. Despite all the noise, we would stay here again for the fair price and unbeatable location. We just hope to make it back before the Kudar Motel & RV Park succumbs to the inexorable march of time.

  • Angelica Trejo   Aug 03, 2018

    Outstanding place!, the cabins are beautiful, spacious and at an affordable price! The people that works here are very nice and accommodating. Its within walking distance of the main shopping/tourist area (about 2 blocks) and there is a cool mexican store right behind the cabins accros the parking lot, pay Juan a visit!. We will definitely stay here again if we ever come back to Jackson Hole WY and I encourage you to do the same!. Thank you very much for the hospitality!

  • J “Jrs091” S   Aug 15, 2023

    This place is a dump. We checked in and our room had a broken window. I don’t mean cracked, I mean I could physically reach through and touch the outside. I brought it up to staff and they almost acted annoyed. They moved us to a “cabin”. The “cabin” was basically a yard barn with a window AC unit that barely worked. The bed in the bedroom felt like it was from the original motel because it was so old and sagged so badly. The yard barn (I mean cabin) also had a smoke detector with the face hanging off and no battery in it. I mean when I’m placing my wife and infant in a 90 year old tinder box for the night, who needs to know about a fire? All of this for $300 bucks a night…. Outrageous… Oh, but it is close to downtown. So close you can hear ever damn motorcycle go rumbling by…

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