North America

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

written by | Posted on November 1st, 2010

Rates for this winter start at $265 per night. Holiday rates start at $375 per night (Dec. 26 to Jan. 1, 2011). Peak winter reason rates start at $320 per night (Feb. 18 to March 19).

Travel Impressions offers a land-only package to Snake River Lodge and Spa, of five nights from $759 pp dbl, including taxes, roundtrip airport/hotel transfers and accommodations in a lodge room king. The package is valid for travel through April 3, 2011.

Also relatively new to Teton Village for a more hip approach to luxury, try the Hotel Terra, also located slope-side at the resort. This “eco hotel” boasts a LEED certification and includes 132 rooms and suites equipped with the most modern of amenities. The hotel is also the home of the Il Villaggio Osteria, one of the best Italian restaurants in the Jackson Hole Mountain area and regularly generates an exciting vibe.

In addition, the Hotel Terra houses the adults-only Chill Spa, whose decor is nature-inspired and which occupies the entire top floor of the resort with crisp mountain light streaming in through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Here, spa-goers will love the rooftop hot tub and deck offering open-air mountain and valley views, as well as the myriad all-natural massages, facials, body wraps and soaks.

Rates start at $249 in early December; holiday rates are $359; and during regular season, they start at approximately $319.

the scene For those with the energy after an exhilarating day on the slopes, and perhaps a restorative massage and nap, both Teton Village and the nearby town of Jackson Hole offer an abundance of nightlife selections and activities. Regardless of whether your clients’ desire is for a sumptuous meal, sitting at a bar and relaxing, or dancing the night away, numerous restaurants, clubs and bars are ready to welcome them. Among the more popular restaurants are the restaurants in the aforementioned hotels in Teton Village and within the town of Jackson is the Silver Dollar Bar, Snake River Brewing Company, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, and Koshu Wine Bar.

For apres ski, when one skis down the front side of the Jackson Hole Resort Mountain, there’s no avoiding the Mangy Moose. Its patio overfills with skiers and snowboarders, as the afternoon comes to a close. The place also houses the largest indoor stage in town, providing a diverse array of musical talent that adds to the fun and energy.

On a final note, we don’t want vacationers to the area to miss the “top-of-the-world” waffles. Ride the aerial tram to the summit and enter Corbet’s Cabin for the greatest waffles you will ever taste with your choice of toppings.