Our family of 5 spent a week in a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom suite with kitchen, living room and washer/dryer. To be fair, we spent little time in the suite because we were always out doing something during the day and then went into town for dinner during the evenings. But, the Four Seasons accommodations and facilities were spectacular. We all used the fitness center and spa every day and had breakfast there every morning. The staff could not have been more gracious ensuring that we had a first class experience. For most of our stay, Chik-fil-A took over the resort, but other than bumping into them regularly, there was no drop off of attention or service by the staff. Importantly, when we asked for housekeeping etc….to fit around our schedule, the hotel was very accommodating and regularly checked to see that we were happy. This would be our top recommendation to anyone looking to spend time in the region!…
Our second stay in the 4S in Jackson Hole and it's even better (if possible) with the recent renovations. The staff is BEYOND amazingly kind, friendly, down to earth and simply go above and beyond. Very genuine also! Restaurants & bar are delicious! The pool area is iso beautiful ~ like an oasis. Jackson Hole Four Seasons (Teton Village) is the only spot we will stay in ever. Love the experience of the entire vibe of this stunning & spectacular hotel.
While everything was excellent and top notch during our stay, the room prices soared in the past two years from when we first scheduled our trip and had to cancel due to Covid. In addition to the high prices there is the added cost to insure the trip as you pay all room charges 30 days prior to arrival. Explore all options in Teton Village before booking knowing how expensive this venue will be. Again, excellent resort but overpriced even with it being The Four Seasons.
Excuse hotel in gorgeous surroundings service and food is excellent. The fitness center has peloton bikes and lots of weights. I love that the hotel gives you as much water as you need. We had a fantastic stay. The residence was spacious and clean
The valet staff were fabulous as usual. For the Four Seasons we expected a lot more. There was no ability to watch Netflix or Prime on their TVs. No outlets by the beds to charge devices. No iron in the room. Wish it were better.
Our family vacationed at the Four Seasons in Jackson Hole this summer and had an incredible time.We stayed in one of the residence units with a beautiful mountain view. We were celebrating a family birthday and had our whole family including grandchildren. The FS’s extraordinary concierge team helped us develop a fun filled itinerary for 11 days including an amazing and unforgettable birthday party. The wildlife, hiking, and touring in this majestic area was incredible. The spa, hotel and staff were excellent and services very relaxing. A winning combination. Our family cannot wait to go back. Highly recommend staying at the Four Season in Jackson Hole. It is worth the cost.
Absolutely flawless 6 days here. We had 3 Mountain View rooms. The staff was amazing. The food was terrific in every restaurant. Cannot say enough great things about the service. The hotel arranged everything from taxis to park tours. Staff went out of their way to say yes to every request.
The stay was amazing, 9 nights. rooms are great and staff is wonderful as well. They will not say no to a request. The concierge was very helpful in planning the trip and excursions prior to arrival. The pool staff is also very nice.
We recently stayed at this resort and enjoyed our few days there. Unfortunately, we chose a bad time to visit in terms of Yellowstone being closed owing to floods (one of the reasons we had decided to travel to the area was to go to Yellowstone), Jackson Hole airport being shut for renovations (so we drove in/ out from a greater distance) and rather unseasonal chilly weather BUT Jackson Hole is in a lovely part of the world and this hotel is right next to the Grand Tetons National Park, which is stunning. And the upside to the airport being closed was that the skies were quiet which made hiking in the area/ going down the river in a peaceful boat all the better. Guest recognition at the hotel was excellent from Kim and the advance team. The concierge team were well-informed and able to scramble to arrange an excellent wildlife tour with Brett (which was really good). The weather precluded us from being able to toast s’mores in the outdoor firepit but this looked really nice. Instead, we toasted our own in the restaurant one night for dessert – the food was good (we enjoyed trying bison). We also liked our breakfasts and the service was always helpful and friendly. The gym was well appointed and the valet team up-front were also on point and super-friendly. Teton Village itself is very small with no restaurants to write home about but if you are going to stay in the area and your budget allows I would recommend the Four Seasons.…
The Four Seasons at Jackson Hotel is a lovely facility and a top notch hotel, literally steps from the base of the ski lift. The food and service are excellent. I was disappointed in our experience, however, for a couple of reasons. My family of four was supposed to check into the resort on a Sunday near the end of the winter season and to stay for four nights at a total cost of $17,500 (including taxes and fees). At the last minute, Alaska Air canceled our flight out the night before check-in, which ended up delaying our arrival by a day ($4,380 of the total stay). The day before our scheduled arrival, as soon as the flight was canceled, we kept the hotel informed of our delay. Despite this, and despite American Express's efforts to document our delay, and provide that information to the hotel, the Four Seasons declined to credit the missed night. This is consistent with their cancelation policy, of course, but it also surprised me that they did not make any effort at all to credit us for either the lost night or any future stay. The hotel seemed indifferent to our travel ordeal, and indifferent to the impression they were making on first time visitors to a Four Seasons facility by failing to acknowledge the penalty we were paying for circumstances entirely out of our control. The other reason I found the experience disappointing is just that -- having now visited Jackson Hole -- I can see that there are a variety of very nice lodging options that are just as convenient to the ski area as the Four Seasons, and also very nice and also much less expensive. If I were to plan another family trip to the area, I'd certainly look for a different option.…