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Amangani in Jackson, Wyoming
Set atop East Gros Ventre Butte, Amangani is a short drive from Jackson Hole Airport (JAC). With skiing terrain that is among the best in North America and two premier national parks nearby, Jackson Hole is ideally positioned to take advantage of the region’s outdoor offerings in all four seasons. Alpine and cross-country skiing are joined by nature treks and guided tours, as well as more uncommon options: heli-skiing, dog sledding, white water rafting, fly fishing, photography tours and more.
Contemporary and stylish with high ceilings and large picture windows, Amangani’s Suites are warm havens mirroring their magnificent natural setting, featuring terraces or balconies with mountain views. Amangani’s Homes have shake roofs that follow the pitch of the hillside slopes on which they rest. Offering four to six bedroom accommodatons, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows framing the spectacular views, while creating a magical connection with the great outdoors.
Our dining facilities look out over the Snake River Valley, with the snow-capped peaks in the distance, the redwood-paneled Grill specializes in local, sustainable ranch meats, fresh fish and seasonal farm-to-table produce. Forging a new American regional cuisine, our Head Chef and his team create an array of dishes that can be enjoyed outside the restaurant as well, be it fireside in the Suites, by the expansive pool or on the sun deck. The large spa, with four treatment rooms, two exercise studios and his-and-her steam rooms, offers an array of rejuvenating treatments and holistic programs. Prepare for a day of wildlife sighting with an early morning private yoga or Pilates session, or wind down after a long day of skiing with a deep tissue massage or Himalayan salt scrub.
Location of Amangani
Nearest Airport: JAC
Amenities for Amangani
- General Information
- 40 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Wellness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Patios or Balconies
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Private Terraces
- Nature Walks
- Fly Fishing
- Wellness Programs
- Dog Sledding
- Active & Adventure
- Ski & Snow
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Amangani
We had an unforgettable experience at Amangani. The hotel is beautiful, designed to highlight the fantastic scenery that surrounds you. As with all Amans, the service is impeccable without feeling intrusive. The staff knows you, so thereâ€™s never a need to sign a bill and the majority of your needs are anticipated. We went the week after MLK, so it was especially quiet. I was surprised by the number of reviews on trip advisor that knocked points off for â€śworn-out baseboardsâ€ť or â€śold carpet.â€ť This resort is sought out by skiers in the winter - of course there are going to be scratches from snow boots and gear. But you donâ€™t even notice it when youâ€™re standing in your suite, overlooking the snowy mountain range in front of you. We had the corner suite (number seven, if I recall correctly) that was spacious and luxurious with a beautiful fireplace and the most comfortable bed. The spa, while small, is well designed and comfortable. I had a facial and my boyfriend went with the acupuncture treatment; both were excellent. The best facials Iâ€™ve ever experienced have been at Aman Resorts, so donâ€™t skip on the treatments. Highly recommend this hotel (and any other Amans)...you cannot go wrong!
Dasma2 - Charlotte, North Carolina
My wife and I came for a romantic getaway, but we were disappointed relative to what the rates were and what the amenities were. Amazing views from the deck and a beautiful hotel on the exterior, although I found it a bit irritating that our room did not have a legitimate air conditioner. I could not imagine coming back to a boiling hot hotel room in the middle of summer when paying $1,300 a night. For that kind of money I would expect my room to have air conditioning. Also, the rooms were just not that nice relative to the rates. Dysfunctional drawers that rubbed on the carpet, shades in the bathroom forced us to reach over the bathtub to adjust, etc. Other Aman resorts have much nicer rooms. The pool area is amazing! That was our favorite part. Overall a sub par Aman property relative to the rates, but the views are stunning.
We stayed here with friends who had recommended this property. Actually, after seeing the rate, I questioned my judgment but decided that maybe once it would be fun to stay in a high end exclusive place. Amangani is not that place. While the decor is interesting, it is now worn as are the room furnishings. I was interested to find there were no gratuities until I learned I was paying a flat charge of $118 per day for gratuities. The food was OK but not memorable. The people were nice and tried to be helpful. The views were as advertised. The bottom line is that I was crazy to stay here at the rates charged. It is well over priced and not worth half of the cost. I have stayed in hotels all over the world that were twice as good at half the cost. I would not recommend you waste your money.
lizbill - Richmond, Virginia
We stayed here for a week in early October for our honeymoon. We had such a fantastic time and I can not recommend this hotel highly enough. I have to say I was a little nervous given some of the other reviews given the expense of this hotel and how important it was to choose a great place for our honeymoon but that quickly evaporated once we arrived. We stayed in one of the upgraded corner suites on the top level with the full view of the mountains. It was something out of a postcard, especially being October with all the aspens changing to golden. The views were simply spectacular. We dined in the breakfast area every morning and loved our breakfast by the fire. Anytime we wanted a fire started, a friendly person arrived to get one going for us. We found the food to be excellent. I am lucky to get a lot of massages in my life, but had one of the best massages ever with Deva and my husband loved his masseuse too. Pool and jacuzzi was over the top and probably the best view from a pool I ever experienced. We weren't out there long before a hotel employee asked if we needed a bartender. Yes this hotel is expensive, but from our experience it was worth it. It is a very small hotel with only 40 some rooms and you really feel like you are staying in a luxurious home, where every knows your name and cares about how your day went. The hotel is built in a way to blend into the environment and to be a peaceful retreat and it achieves that. Yes some areas of the carpet look a bit worn, but hard to understand how thats a big focus for any guest. The beauty of the place is so incredible and the hotel is so beautiful that it outshines any minor wear and tear you see. Our room was number 7 and we absolutely loved it. We found all the details well thought out in the room and anything we needed was quickly provided. We also absolutely fell in love with Jackson Hole and the surrounding mountains. We ended up eating in town for dinner every night and particularly loved Gather and Lotus. The hotel manager Suki could not have been any more lovely to us, along with David who was one of the smiling faces making fires every day and greeting us. Suki gave us a beautiful gift before we left. They waved to us enthusiastically to us as we drove away up the mountain which really put the final beautiful touches on a magical and incredible honeymoon. Thank you to all the staff at the Amangani.
leahainca - Corona del Mar, California
We had such a great experience staying at the Amangani and are so glad we decided to stay there over a place right in downtown Jackson Hole or Teton Village. The service was some of the best I've ever experienced at a hotel and it felt like at any time of the day or night there were multiple people offering to help us in any way to plan our day or evening, providing whatever we needed, including binoculars, cooler with ice (all of which was free of charge). Area restaurant recommendations were honest and spot on. The room and views were top notch, and the outdoor pool/spa was a highlight. The gym was small but adequate especially given all the outdoor activities in the area. We only had breakfast on 2 occasions, which was good, not great, but the views from the dining room more than made up for it.
EliSny - New York City, New York