We stayed at this hotel two nights, the first and last nights of a road trip that started and ended in Jackson Hole. Walking into the hotel we were immediately transported to the alps; Lots of detailed woodwork; stenciled walls and ceilings, and small, cosy rooms (which are common in Europe). The staff was friendly and helpful without being overly familiar. Three dogs were lounging unobtrusively in the lobby but they didn't move until I approached one of them, then of course all 3 wanted to be loved. Our first night we had a moderately sized room with 2 queen beds; the second night we had a tiny room with a single queen bed. Both rooms were clean and meticulously detailed with frilly lamps and nice quality wholecloth quilts. Our first room was across from the elevator but we never heard a thing; I've never been in a hotel that was this quiet. Both our beds were very comfortable. Both bathrooms were small but they were very clean with a decent size countertop for our necessities and all the right equipment in good working order. We had the breakfast buffet both mornings and that room was also carefully detailed and even though the room is a decent size, ceiling beams and partial walls provide a feeling of intimacy perfect for a romantic getaway and further enhancing the feeling we were in a small hotel in the alps. The breakfast buffet included a nice selection of bread /pastries, cold meats and cheeses, hot eggs and bacon and waffles (pancakes on day). Several varieties of juice and yogurt were also available. Breakfast servers were quiet, friendly and efficient.
We were there during Art Week in Jackson and this hotel had the best price available. And best of all, even though the hotel was full, the atmosphere was as if there were only a handful of rooms being used. We'd definitely stay here again.
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