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Esta sofisticada pousada com serviço completo de Spa fica a 1,6 km do Parque Nacional Grand Teton e a 19,2 km do centro de Jackson. É acessível a partir do resort de Jackson Hole através de uma passadeira aquecida. Este hotel oferece uma estada em grande estilo nesta região de céus abertos. O estabelecimento de luxo com 4 diamantes AAA foi recentemente renovado e coloca à disposição uma excelente gama de actividades. Apresenta 93 primorosos quartos ou 59 apartamentos sofisticados com uma deslumbrante vista para a cordilheira antiga de Gros Ventre. O estabelecimento totalmente climatizado compr...Mais detalhes
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Avaliou em 19 de dezembro de 2018
Hotel excelente, atendimento muito bom. Localização perfeita para esquiar. Foram férias inesquecíveis, o lugar é perfeito para visitar com a família. Fizemos vários passeios pela região. Teton Village é charmosa e muito acolhedora e o Hotel nos atendeu muito bem.
Hotel muito bom!
Avaliou em 3 de agosto de 2017
Viajei no verão para a região, gostei muito do hotel, super confortável e aconchegante. A piscina tem bastante cloro, mas é boa para aproveitar o final do dia. O café da manhã é super completo, com frutas frescas. Acredito que o único problema seja o elevador que é um pouco barulhento, mas fora isso o lugar é ótimo.
Avaliado por uma brasileira
Avaliou em 30 de janeiro de 2014
Ótima localização, saída para a pista excelente, assim como para pegar um shuttle até a cidade. Os apartamentos são ótimos tambem! Voce pode tomar café da manha, almocar e jantar ali mesmo, sempre no Gamefish, cozinha muito boa! O bar fica aberto até umas 22h! O Parpadelle ao pesto é excelente!
Nice Hotel - Not A "Lodge"
Avaliou em 7 de outubro de 2021
If you are looking for the lodge experience with a grand lobby, high ceilings, cozy sitting nooks etc, this is not the place. Was very disappointed as I entered upon arriving . The ambiance is no different than an average hotel. The staff was good. Very friendly and the room upkeep was pretty good (except they really need to move the side tables next to the bed and vacuum) . The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom was clean and in good repair. The pool area was nice with a heated pool and indoor/outdoor options. There were always plenty of towels and the pool area was in good repair. The only downside to the pool was that our room cards only opened the main door to the pool which meant walking through the halls in our bathing suits and robes. The stairway exits at a pool gate but the room cards would not open the gate and the front desk clerk could not explain why. The concierge was helpful, though not often available. A sign directs you to the spa area if the concierge is not at the desk and the young lady at the spa has no idea of what you are asking...... There is a bar, but only one night of our stay was there a bartender, so the "servers" could only serve wine and beer. The beer on tap was out, the red wine was warm. Overall, this added to the lack-luster not a lodge feeling. They offer a breakfast buffet for $26 a person. Given there is not real restaurant kitchen there and the nightly appetizers were precut carrots and celery and microwaved frozen rolled tacos and the like, we were skeptical, and guessed there would be an offering of microwaved pre-cooked stuff, so we never tried it. I've gotten 2 charges of room rate adjustments. Since I was quoted a rate and paid, I will have to sit down with all my paperwork and make sure I have not been over charged. I don't appreciate having to do bookkeeping on my trip after I've paid and it's over.
Avaliou em 28 de setembro de 2021
At over $500 per night, my husband and I were underwhelmed at best. Overall, the resort and rooms were clean. However, there is not much else I can applaud. At check-in, the front desk clerk was standoffish and rude. We were given a room that was a king size bed and little else- literally, could barely walk around the bed the room was so small and the view was essentially shingles of a roof. I requested a replacement but could not get another King bed. The shower/tub did NOT drain properly and despite 2 complaints to front desk, went unresolved for the four day stay. The onsite restaurant(s) consisted of a lobby bar serving average at best fare (apparently only breakfast is served in the actual restaurant). The offering of "free appetizers" (ie deep fried leftovers) for the nights the restaurant was inoperable was not acceptable. The hot tub was not working for the entire stay (again, despite multiple reports to maintenance). Another point I need to mention, though perhaps I should have done additional research, pertains to the location of the hotel. Despite being listed as in "Jackson Hole" resort, the hotel is nearly 15miles from the JH town square. And despite being noted as 1 mile from GTNP, the actual park entrance closest to the popular sites is over 40 minutes drive away. The hotel manager took the time to speak with me as I voiced my concerns, so I did appreciate that. However, I would be hesitant to stay here again- especially during any "off season" (ie non-ski season) time frame. There are VERY FEW adequate dining options within walking distance.