by Whitney Rife
Operated by the Grand Teton Lodge Company, Jackson Lake Lodge is the largest of the Grand Teton National Park properties, with 385 rooms and cottages from which to choose. The full-service hotel features suites in the main lodge and cottage rooms scattered across the resort. It also features fine dining, retail shops, a playground, a swimming pool and even an exhibit featuring Native American artifacts and Western art. Cottages can sleep three to five guests, while lodge rooms and suites can accommodate four. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the Mural Room, which offers kids’ menus and panoramic views of the Teton Range. For a more casual setting, breakfast, lunch and dinner are also provided in the 50s-style Pioneer Grill. Lunch bites can also be found at the Blue Heron, and you can grab BBQ poolside at the Pool BBQ or Pool Side CafÃ©.
Our Editor Loves
- Pool & playground
- Pony rides
- Junior Ranger experience
I was there photographing a wedding, and I’m still in awe of how majestic this place is. Cottages are large, cozy, spacious and comfortable. Dining options were perfect you MUST try the trout chowder; so delicious. We watched sunset over the Tetons with a glass of wine and sunrise over the damn 5 minutes from the resort. Activities are a must weather it’s a hike or kayaking on the lake. You can’t go wrong. ~ Kathy Thomas Photography
by Nathalie F
I booked 1 night at the lodge because of my husbands birthday together with our 2 kids. Ofcourse the view is what you pay for! But the beds were pretty small, the interior of our room dated, a small bathroom. It was just too expensive, no luxury in return, just the awesome view.