January 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Snake River Lodge & Spa in Teton Village, Wyoming
In the heart of Wyoming's Grand Tetons, Snake River Lodge & Spa is the final word in luxury mountain escapes. This RockResorts affiliate and member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts Worldwide offers the irresistible blend of an authentic great lodge and an elegant luxury hotel. Treat yourselves to impressive fitness and relaxation amenities at the 17,000-square-foot Avanyu Spa and Health Club, nestled in the shadow of the Grand Teton Mountain Range.
Just outside your door you'll discover cowboys waiting to lead you on horseback trail rides through picturesque national parklands. Nearby golf, tennis, whitewater rafting and fly fishing allow you to take advantage of the region's great recreational resources in warmer months. When the snow starts to fly, there's ice skating, sleigh riding, snowshoeing, dogsledding and more. And you'll find the lodge's close proximity to the Jackson Hole Ski area--one of North America's great ski resorts--ideal.
Location of Snake River Lodge & Spa
Nearest Airport: JAC
Amenities for Snake River Lodge & Spa
- General Information
- 100 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Active & Adventure
- Lodges & Ranches
- Ski & Snow
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Snake River Lodge & Spa
The Snake River Lodge is a solid 4-star property with value. The location is just fantastic - the ski lifts and gondolas are right outside, and the National Park entrance just blocks away. I like the warm, inviting public spaces and the small touches, like the complimentary coffee service every morning and the hot appetizers offered every late afternoon, both served in the lobby/central bar area - a fun place to convene with your friends to make your plans for the day or evening. The staff is friendly and accommodating. Out in the village, there are many restaurants just a few minutes walk away (Spur, Osteria and Handle Bar are favorites and The Mangy Moose is a must for drinks and live music). The view of the Tetons is outstanding of course. We stay at the SRL twice a year - 6 days in the winter for skiing and 6 days in the summer for fun in the Grand Teton and Yellowstone Parks. The suites are large and offer a half-size fridge, wetbar and microwave oven. The two-sided fireplace sits in the middle of the suite so that it is useful in both the bedroom and the living room. The bathroom is very large with a Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. There is also a 1/2 bathroom off the living room. The hotel also has some beautifully appointed and very large 2 and 3 bedroom condos and a penthouse - If I was traveling with a family I would inquire about these. SRL may not have the 5th star that the Four Seasons next door has, but if you want a more casual ski in/ski out hotel with friendly staff at a great price then SRL is a good choice. Some rooms have balconies - a nice option in the summer but unnecessary in the winter.
workingweek - Palo Alto, California
The snake river lodge is a nice option in the Teton village area. The room was comfortable and the vintage elevator is unique and nice. Bartender did a great job and managing the bar and food service. Pool area was great but every night there was lack of towels by the pool until called. Real Downside was the maid service. Of our three nights, maid service didn't come at all one day and another day they didn't do basic items likely fully make the bed, empty trash baskets, etc.
SanAntonioTXtravel - San Antonio
We stayed here near the end of the summer/early fall season. It was such a wonderful time to visit and we really enjoyed the Snake River Lodge. It is beautiful. Our room was very comfortable and the dĂ©cor was lovely. We enjoyed having coffee and tea in our room...excellent selection of k-cups. The pool area is lovely. We enjoyed the indoor/outdoor pool and both of the hot tubs. The pool area has an outdoor feel to it with the use of boulders and bear sculptures decorating the area. Overall, the staff was very friendly and helpful. Had one disappointing incidence with a staff member removing our robes (containing our room key) from the indoor pool area without checking the outdoor pool where we were at the time. It took a while to get a response and correct that situation. The restaurant was closed so you had to order food and dine in the bar area. We ate there one night and the service and food were excellent. The bar staff was great. We would definitely stay here again!
Cathie C - Savannah, Georgia
Room was satisfactory, but had to use staff help to take your luggage up a separate elevator. Would not let us check in until 4 PM which made it challenging to use the spa prior to Happy Hour. Upon checkout a $32 resort fee was sprung on us. We had previously prepaid for the room with Xanterra who books all of the rooms etc. in Yellowstone. Place had a snooty atmosphere to it and I would not care to return in the future. Very pricey
fcruzanon - Clinton, Ohio
With summer wrapped up, this resort was a perfect location for us to get to everything we wanted to do. Really enjoyed the pool and hot tub with snow coming down. Staff was very friendly and helpful with getting us to our destinations. Room was spacious and clean. Complimentary appetizers from 4-5:30 was an added bonus. We will be back.
rjmkrieger - St. George, Utah