May 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
I just returned home from a visit to Amangani yesterday and wanted to share my disappointment with the entire experience. When the power went out at Teton Village shutting down skiing for the weekend, I immediately contacted Amangani to ask what our options were. I was told that I would be forfeiting the entire cost of my reservation, which is fair, I get it. But I do not understand why there was not an option to use it as a credit for a future reservation. I would have gladly rescheduled and come back in a month to do some actual skiing. Being told on the phone that there is still skiing because Snow King remained open was almost insulting. Nobody comes to Jackson Hole to ski Snow King. Not to mention, when we did break down and decide to go over there, the lifts closed due to an avalanche. Also, the two other trips we scheduled with you (snowmobiling and dogsledding) were both canceled upon our arrival due to avalanche. The food was atrocious. I was served raw beef TWICE. I know that this was addressed and luckily taken off my bill, but you are supposed to have incredible food. I've been to Amangiri before and I can tell you, your kitchen isn't even from the same universe. Because of the passes being closed and the power outage, etc. I can assume that the resort was understaffed during our time there and it showed. Everything was slow. Amangani should have assumed that, with Teton Village losing power, and another storm in the near future, that the resort would not be able to function at its full potential. However, we were left with no other options because they basically held our money hostage and said we had to come. I will never return to Amangani for the rest of my life and it makes me feel wonderful and I will never step foot in that property again.
MEJ28886 - Denver, Colorado
Had a nice stay here 10/15, the October weather being so fickle, we were actually able to swim comfortably in the beautiful pool with views and quick access to spa. Got great tour of Yellowstone, a couple hours' drive away. Fabulous geology there, and in Jackson, such a friendly and interesting modern Western town about 15 mins. drive. Unspoiled place: Cherish this.
Elizabeth P. J
I've stayed in this property during each of the last two winters. I love Jackson Hole and I love being at the Aman. The staff are very friendly, but for the most part miss on the "anything to make you happy" idea which the Aman is known for. On the positive side, the views are breathtaking, the property knows how to make you relax, the food is solid (probably the best in JH). On the negative, the wood trimming around the property is banged up, the doors have knocks and bangs, the carpet is stained, the fixtures are tired and it has random relics from the nineties like weird phone jacks in the bathrooms and by the bed, etc. They just need to close the property and spend 6 months giving it a face lift.
jdg76nyc - New York City, New York
We spent 3 nights at the Amangani in January and enjoyed every moment of our stay there. The location is absolutely breathtaking with spectacular views of the Tetons right from the balcony of our room. The service was warm, friendly and down to earth. The spa was very nice although small with the highlight being the massively huge heated outdoor pool and hot tub. Every evening we would enjoy the sunset with a glass of wine from the hot tub. The hotel itself is very quiet. If you are looking for a ton of action it might be better to stay at one of the hotels in nearby Jackson Hole, a short 15 minute drive away. The food didn't blow us away but this certainly did not impact my rating. The room was lovely and spacious with a HUGE balcony and fireplace. My only recommendation would be that the hotel maybe amp up the mini bar choices. There were a few cans of beer but no other alcoholic options. A bottle of wine would be nice and an easy way for the hotel to make money from in room purchases. As with other Aman properties during your stay you are not constantly having to sign off on purchases (room service, dinners, etc). They keep track of this and it is given to you at the end of your stay. I find this to be a nice touch. Overall I would highly recommend this hotel for anyone traveling to the gorgeous part of the country seeking solitude and serenity.
HWY_71 - San Anselmo, California, United States
The incredible service began before we even arrived at Amangani ! Prior to our arrival, we received a call from Sara.... She had taken the liberty of making reservations for us at one of the critically acclaimed restaurants in town... Upon our arrival we were greeted by Marcus who gave us a personal tour of the resort... He could not have been more professional or welcoming.... Soon thereafter Stuart, the General Manager, introduced himself and urged us to contact him personally if we needed anything at all. Of course we never needed to take him up on his offer because his staff was incredible.... their service was unsurpassed! They were highly attentive but never intrusive... The cuisine was scrumptious (Trout eggs benedict and Wild Game stew were two of our favorites).... We loved having drinks served to us while soaking in the outdoor Jacuzzi... We were paid a visit one morning by a young doe as we stood on our balcony (very cool)... This vistas from our room were simply incredible.... In short, a marvelous stay!!! Thank you Amangani for fabulous, life-long memories!!!
masslwyr - Reading, Massachusetts