A little pricey, but still, the grounds were impeccably maintained and the views from the property were excellent. Entrance to Grand Teton Park is just a few miles down the road. The restaurant was also a little pricey and the service was friendly but spotty, yet the food was very good with some unique menu selections for dinner. Breakfast was ordinary at best - the standard hotel fare of leathery scrambled eggs, greasy meats, etc. Stick to the cereals and yogurt and you'll do fine. Don't be misled by the "gourmet" quality breakfast that is touted in some travel guides. Breakfast is better at a Holiday Inn Express or a Hampton Inn.