AAA Travel Tips / Inspector Picks: Hotels near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

Inspector Picks: Hotels near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

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August 07, 2019
Take a look at these hotels in Jackson, Wyoming that are convenient to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks. At the south entrance of Yellowstone, explore the West Thumb Geyser Basin, watch Old Faithful erupt with a giant waterspout and view animals. In Grand Teton, marvel at the stunning mountain range, water ski on Jackson Lake and take a float trip down Snake River. It’s a great destination for summer travel.
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Cowboy Village Resort

120 S. Flat Creek Dr.
AAA Inspector 334: Due to the secluded area, multiple mature trees and being within walking distance to everything, I enjoy staying here.
Near dining and specialty retailers, the concealed and landscaped village offers a selection of snug studio and one-bedroom log cabins which include a picnic table and seating on a covered porch. As an added bonus, all cabins have a sofa sleeper; some have queen-size bunk beds. The main building, which also houses the registration desk, has an upscale lobby, business center and exercise facility. The impressive floor-to-ceiling lobby fireplace is the perfect spot to sit down and relax for a spell.
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Hampton Inn by Hilton Jackson Hole

350 S. US Hwy 89
AAA Inspector 334: A huge fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs, ten-person hot tub and a mobile desk in my room means I can work and play.
Set back from the road, you can expect upscale Western-themed appointments. Guest rooms feature high-end décor, a mobile desk, ample outlets, oversize flat-panel and a clock radio with nature sounds. The oversize padded headboard features the Grand Teton mountain range inscribed on a wood inlay. An indoor 10-person hot tub hits the spot at the end of the day. The seating arrangements surrounding two fire pits in front of the hotel are for relaxation. If you are traveling with a small group, be sure to inquire about rooms that offer a sofa sleeper. Once you settle into the gorgeous lounge chair in the room with an ottoman and leather booster pillow, you won't want to get up.
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Hotel Jackson

120 N. Glenwood St.
AAA Inspector 334: My favorite hideout is the library with its comfortable leather seats. The spa-like essence makes it hard to leave the luxurious guest bathrooms.
There is a quiet hush when you enter your room. The leather headboard, fine bedding and luxurious bathrooms are a sight to behold. Some rooms feature a separate shower and/or deep soaking bathtub. The hotel features a roof-top hot tub. Some guest rooms have a serenity garden or balcony. All have a surround-sound speaker system. As a bonus, the hotel is steps from Town Square, restaurants, galleries, specialty retailers and nightlife.
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Mountain Modern Motel

380 W. Broadway Ave.
AAA Inspector 334: If topographical maps of hiking trails, upscale bedding and a cozy bistro serving high-end coffee interests you, I'd make this my new home base.
This distinctive motel features high-end backpacks, helmets and gear as part of the lobby decor, all of which are for rent. Guest rooms include upscale bedding and enhanced shower heads. Inquire in advance if you want a room with platform bunk beds.
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Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa at Jackson Hole

475 N. Cache St.
AAA Inspector 334: With a glimpse of the creek, hiking trail and paddle boards, I start to sigh and breathe. The red Adirondack chairs are calling me. It's magical here.
On 15 acres, you will enjoy the nature walk that leads to a pond, a bridge to hiking trails, and manicured landscaping on both sides of a creek with red Adirondack chairs and lovely evening lights. Spa suites are located in a separate complex which features a luxurious lobby; butler services are available. While the historic motel-style units are smaller, they are decorative and well-coordinated. Stand-alone cabins and four-plex units, while close together, are beautifully appointed and positioned on attractively landscaped and shaded grounds.
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The Wort Hotel

50 N. Glenwood St.
AAA Inspector 334: Time stands still when I walk through the doors and see the grand staircase and stunning architectural details. I love the logo built into the carpet.
Expect an authentic Western lodging experience. Guest room and bathroom highlights include hand-crafted furnishings, a yellow rose, elegant bedding, robes and lavish bath amenities. Set aside some time to walk through the public areas to admire the distinctive architectural details. As an added bonus, the oversize flat-panel TV features a live feed of mountain weather and conditions. Guests will appreciate the humidifier in each room.
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