Snow King

Wyoming, Wild West

The hotel

Snow King Resort doesn’t do things by halves; in fact, it always gives you the best of both worlds. There’s the urban-meets-nature setting, just 6 blocks from downtown Jackson, yet skirting the pines of Bridger-Teton National Forest. There’s the sports-meets-sightseeing attractions, with the nearby slopes and biking trails of Jackson Hole jostling for your attention against the lure of Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. And there’s the alpine ambiance-meets-luxury indulgences of the hotel itself, with its camp-inspired dining adding an authentic touch (and local campfire favourites like bison, buffalo, and elk), while the spa, outdoor pool, and hot tub add the refined edge you’d expect from a modern ski hotel. And it’s all within a walk of Jackson’s much-photographed antler arches, and its popular shopping, galleries, and dining.

Amenities

  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Historic downtown Jackson is just 6 blocks away, putting the hotel within walking distance of its famous antler arches, the town square, and the district’s shopping, art galleries, museums, and dining venues. At the fringe of Bridger-Teton National Forest, this hotel sits at the base of Snow King Mountain, which is known for its skiing and snowboarding, Alpine Slide, scenic chairlift, and countless summer and winter sports opportunities.

Hotel information

203 rooms. All with stunning Jackson Hole scenery, WiFi*, flat screen TV with premium cable channels, iHome iPod MP3 clock radio, telephone (complimentary local and 800 calls), hairdryer, and newspaper. Guestrooms are 350 sq ft. Some rooms have a balcony. Each has 1 king-size or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

One Bedroom Snow King Units are all individually owned and decorated, and have a deck, mountain views, a wood-burning fireplace, 1 bedroom, a sitting area, a kitchen with washer and dryer, microwave, fridge, and coffee maker, and an iron and board. Each has 1 king-size or 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults. Cribs available, with a sofa bed available for some units.

Two Bedroom Snow King Units are all individually owned and decorated, and have mountain views, a wood-burning fireplace, 2 bedrooms, a sitting area, a kitchen with microwave, fridge, and coffee maker, and an iron and board. Each has 1 king-size and 1 queen-size bed, or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 6 adults. Cribs available, with a sofa bed available for some units.

Three Bedroom Snow King Units are all individually owned and decorated, and have mountain views, a wood-burning fireplace, 3 bedrooms, a sitting area, a kitchen with microwave, fridge, and coffeemaker, and an iron and board. Each has 3 queen-size beds, or 2 queen-size and 2 twin beds, sleeping maximum 8 adults. Cribs available, with a sofa bed available for some units.

Four Bedroom Snow King Units are all individually owned and decorated, and have mountain views, a wood-burning fireplace, 4 bedrooms, a sitting area, a kitchen with microwave, fridge, and coffeemaker, and an iron and board. Each has 1 king-size, 2 queen-size, and 2 twin beds, sleeping maximum 10 adults. Cribs available, with a sofa bed available for some units.

Haydens Post (camp-inspired menu, with bar, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Outdoor heated swimming pool (seasonal, with lounge chairs, fire pit, and stunning views). Hot tub. Olga’s Day Spa*. The Clip Joint* (hair salon). Fitness centre. Adventure centre (ski*, snowboard*, and mountain bike* rentals). WiFi*. Concierge. Sundries shop. Laundry service*. Skier shuttle (to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in ski season). Airport shuttle. Self-parking available*.

This hotel has a resort fee of $37 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Transportation between Jackson Hole airport and the resort - Winter Ski Shuttle to Teton Village (to be booked 24 hours in advance) - Morning Coffee or Tea from 6:30am–11:00am in Haydens Post. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

*Denotes local charge

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Sep 19, 2019 F3240LU

Overpriced. Room was not ready. Had to wait in line for 45 minutes to check in and the room was not ready. Front desk Tried to charge $75 a night extra for housekeeping. When I made reservation I was told about resort fees, taxes, etc. when paying $500 a night for a room there should not be extra charges to have the room clean. Stay away from the… Read more
Overpriced. Room was not ready. Had to wait in line for 45 minutes to check in and the room was not ready. Front desk Tried to charge $75 a night extra for housekeeping. When I made reservation I was told about resort fees, taxes, etc. when paying $500 a night for a room there should not be extra charges to have the room clean. Stay away from the hotel. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating This Old and Tired Hotel Needs Attention

Sep 19, 2019 appelhans Boulder, Colorado

After a cumbersome check-in process, we were assigned a room in between an elevator and a stairwell that was incredibly loud. There was black mold in the tub and it smelled like cigarette smoke. The furnishings and finishing were worn and dirty. We asked for a different room, and were told that there were only two others remaining, and they were… Read more
After a cumbersome check-in process, we were assigned a room in between an elevator and a stairwell that was incredibly loud. There was black mold in the tub and it smelled like cigarette smoke. The furnishings and finishing were worn and dirty. We asked for a different room, and were told that there were only two others remaining, and they were the same standard. This property desperately needs a remodel, but that won’t change the carnivalesque atmosphere of this “resort.” Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating This hotel has problems

Sep 15, 2019 AlanS2828 Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

When we arrived there was no welcome, just a demand for my ID and Credit Card. Seems our booking made 6 months ago was a problem and greatly displeased the lady checking us in - they had very few rooms left. Went straight into the room and kept hearing a continuous high pitched noise; opened the window and thought it was a piece of plant possibly… Read more
When we arrived there was no welcome, just a demand for my ID and Credit Card. Seems our booking made 6 months ago was a problem and greatly displeased the lady checking us in - they had very few rooms left. Went straight into the room and kept hearing a continuous high pitched noise; opened the window and thought it was a piece of plant possibly for the pool. We went straight back to reception and asked for a quieter room - that really annoyed her! How dare we, did we not know the place was full? She had smaller and cheaper rooms available (but no refund available). We stuck out for what we had paid for in advance. We were give Room 460 “it’s that way” was the guidance - no map of the hotel offered - she obviously didn’t like pensioners. We set off and found our room. The lady obviously had it in for us as the room was right beside the elevator - that will teach us to ask for a quiet room! The bath was dirty, we were far from sure that the bed linen had been changed, there was a pile of dirt behind the bed head (including a used tissue) and there was a live music event setting up outside. We gave up and stayed put - God alone knows what the next room would have been like, we quit while still alive. A bottle of water in the room was $6 - we got a gallon for $0.99 at the local store. Dinner was nice enough but at $84 for salad, chicken and ice cream very expensive. Next morning we tried to check out and that took 45 minutes of the most inefficient untrained and frustrating experience imaginable. The men avoided eye contact and rushed to store bags for one man. Eventually one young man did try to check us out. The computer system us on a serious go slow - actually simply kaput most of the time. They asked if I wanted a receipt - I said YES! Good job I did as they had charged the whole room rate against my card - I had pre-paid! Naturally I did point the mistake out and after another 25 minutes of paying for our meal (they didn’t know we had eaten) we left, happy to escape and never to go back. In 45 years of using hotels for work and pleasure this place is right at the bottom of the places to go back to. Great location - shame about the total lack of service. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Clean comfortable rooms.

Sep 12, 2019 JerantheJetSet Cheyenne, Wyoming

This is the second time I've stayed at Snow King. In a region that has some of the most expensive real estate in the country Snow King is a nice place to land! The rooms are spacious and fairly modern. We stayed in the hotel's main lodging area. (Condo's are also available just up the hill.) We thought the bed was comfortable, we had plenty… Read more
This is the second time I've stayed at Snow King. In a region that has some of the most expensive real estate in the country Snow King is a nice place to land! The rooms are spacious and fairly modern. We stayed in the hotel's main lodging area. (Condo's are also available just up the hill.) We thought the bed was comfortable, we had plenty of space for our luggage, several drawers to unpack in, and we were only a few blocks away from town square. If you're lucky you might get a room with a view of the very top of the Teton Range, but most rooms will have an obstructed view of the Tetons. Two things that were a bit disappointing; The bathroom. The bathroom was super small and the shower head was the definition of "low flow!" I had to duck to get under the shower head and my husband, who is 6'4" had to hunch over to fit under the shower. They have the old school hot and cold nobs and once you get them set to a comfortable temp get ready for the bursts of super hot and super cold water. This needs to be updated. We also had a day that we needed to be in the room until noon. When we left we called the front desk AND ask housekeeping outside of our room to make up our room and it simply didn't get done. Overall we found this room to be just fine. You can always stay at the Four Seasons for $1,000 night! This is a nice option and you'll be close to the hustle and bustle of Jackson Hole. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Nice place to stay... but not impressed with customer service

Sep 11, 2019 whill07 Asheville, North Carolina, United States

Its a nice place but neither managers nor employees followed through on things we were told. We loved Jackson and have nothing but good things to say about the town and the resort is nice but the employees did not a have a we want to help mentality.