Welcome to Hotel Jackson

Genuinely Hotel Jackson. Genuinely Jackson Hole.

Welcome to Hotel Jackson, located in the heart of Jackson Hole, and just steps away from shops, art galleries, restaurants, and the iconic elk antler arches of Town Square. Owned and run by a family that has lived in the valley for more than four decades, Hotel Jackson’s inspired interiors feature 55 guest rooms and suites and reflect a contemporary retelling of the traditional West. The goal of Hotel Jackson is to celebrate and share the area’s unique Western heritage while providing guests with every modern luxury and unrivaled customer service.

A herd of buffaloes in a field near Hotel Jackson
Superior King Room with one bed at Hotel Jackson
Entrance of the Jackson Suite at Hotel Jackson
Living area in the Superior Double Queen Room at Hotel Jackson
Double Queen Room with two beds at Hotel Jackson
Living area in the Colter Suite at Hotel Jackson
A table with items in the Colter Suite at Hotel Jackson


Renowned for its modern take on authentic western design, Hotel Jackson was named “The Most Beautiful Hotel in Wyoming” by Architectural Digest. Our 55 rooms and suites are each unique, but all showcase the same elegant design using materials and colors authentic to Jackson Hole’s history and landscape: natural stone, reclaimed barn wood, leather, rawhide, metal, and wool. All of the curated rooms also have natural gas fireplaces, spa-like bathrooms, Nespresso espresso machines, and l’Occitane bath products.


Get ready to be indulged and surprised by the Hotel Jackson dining experience. Offering award-winning cuisine at any time of day, our FIGS restaurant delights hotel guests and Jackson Hole locals alike with innovative Lebanese-Mediterranean cuisine and signature handcrafted cocktails in a sun-drenched, art filled space, complete with a two-story wood-burning fireplace. 

A couple with bicycles looking at mountains near Hotel Jackson


The town of Jackson sits at the crossroads between urban and wild, and Hotel Jackson is your basecamp to explore and experience of the most wild and intact ecosystems in the world. Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and surrounding wilderness areas are home to diverse wildlife, geologic wonders, and open spaces. After a day of adventuring (hiking, skiing, biking, fishing) come back to our elegant, cozy, firelit spaces to relax and enjoy the restaurants, boutiques, and galleries right outside our door.

A woman on a horse in a field by the hills near Hotel Jackson


Hotel Jackson is pleased to partner with leading private aviation company XO to offer our guests exclusive, discounted pricing for direct private charter flight services year-round between Jackson Hole and cities across the U.S. XO offers unparalleled service and support to provide an end-to-end premium travel experience.

When traveling by private charter, you can plan your trip around your preferred scheduling, routing, and service levels. A car will greet you on the tarmac to make the short 15-minute drive to Hotel Jackson, creating a seamless travel experience. Learn more about this unique partnership.

A picture of a landed jet by the hills near Hotel Jackson
Premium King Room with one bed at Hotel Jackson

Premium King Room

Our premium king rooms are located in the top floor of the hotel. Each room includes a king bed, storage, spa-inspired bathroom, and our signature gas fireplace. 

Bedroom with one bed in the Bridger Suite at Hotel Jackson

Bridger Suite

In the early 19th century, Jim Bridger was the consummate frontiersman and mountain man, but our ADA-compliant 750-square-foot Bridger Suite is anything but rough.


Bedroom with one bed in the Miller Suite at Hotel Jackson

Miller Suite

On the property’s top floor, this 500 square-foot suite features a 250 square-foot wrap-around deck and outdoor natural gas fireplace.


Bedroom with one bed in the Jackson Suite at Hotel Jackson

Jackson Suite

Like our other suites, our largest suite is named for someone important to the valley’s history. Davy Jackson was the mountain man and fur trader Jackson Hole was named after.

Living area in the Colter Suite at Hotel Jackson

Colter Suite

Situated on the premier corner of the hotel, extensive natural light and two patios make the two-room, 1,000-square-foot Colter Suite shine.