Each of our suites was designed to be a one-of-a-kind, but each, without a doubt, are the most luxurious rooms in downtown Jackson. Revel in spacious, quiet comfort and uncompromising style. Each suite includes spa-inspired bathrooms, plush robes, towels, and bath mats. Nibble on the complimentary sweet n' salty snack bar and restore yourself in triple sheet linens when it's time to rest.
In 1920 Grace Miller was elected Mayor of Jackson and four other valley women were elected to the Jackson Town Council, making it the country’s first all-female municipal government. Honoring the legacy of Miller and her “Petticoat Government”
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.
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.
Extensive natural light and two patios make the two-room, 1,000-square-foot Colter Suite shine.