The Best Resorts in Wyoming, USA

The resorts in Wyoming are not short of luxury comforts and scenic vistas
The resorts in Wyoming are not short of luxury comforts and scenic vistas | Courtesy of Caldera House / Expedia
Amanda Ogle

Wyoming is full of rugged, wild adventures. Try your hand at fly fishing in the summer, or head out via snowmobile in the winter for alpine thrills. Of course, the skiing is excellent too, and hikers, bikers and outdoor purists love the state’s national parks, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Here are the best resorts in Wyoming to make the most of your picture-perfect trip.

1. Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa

Spa Hotel, Lodge

Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa
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At the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa is only 1mi (1.6km) from the entrance of Grand Teton National Park, meaning adventure is right at your fingertips. Spur Restaurant & Bar offers seasonal fare with local ingredients – try the Kurobuta pork shank with wasabi whipped potatoes, crispy kale and ginger-pickled vegetables. SpaTerre invites you in with an oxygen bar, a tranquility lounge and couple’s massage rooms, as well as indoor and outdoor pools. Meanwhile five hot tubs – including a 22-person rooftop hot tub – means you won’t have to go far for a good soak.

2. Hotel Terra Jackson Hole

Hotel

Wood-panelled reception area at Hotel Terra Jackson Hole featuring mounted animal skulls and various seating areas
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Marvel at the stunning mountainscape around you through the large picture windows in your room at Hotel Terra Jackson Hole. Take a dip in the infinity pool and watch the alpine landscape unfold around you from the elevated pool deck. Relieve sore muscles with eco-friendly, all-natural products at the rooftop Chill Spa, and enjoy savory Italian dishes and fine wine at Il Villaggio Osteria, the on-site restaurant. Bar Enoteca serves up shareable bites and grab-and-go breakfast for skiers coming and going all day long.

3. Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole

Resort, Hotel, Luxury

Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole
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Live your best five-star resort life at Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole. Take advantage of luxury amenities such as car service, babysitting and grocery hauls, but don’t miss out on this resort’s outdoor thrills. The concierge team can help you craft an itinerary for prime wildlife watching in the Teton Range or set up a snowmobile trek through remote areas of Yellowstone National Park. In the summer, fly-fishing expert guides take you out on Snake River in handcrafted drift boats and teach you how to catch a trout the old-school way, while resort astronomer Ryan Hennessy will help you locate constellations during a night of stargazing at Grand Teton National Park.

4. Amangani

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At Amangani, no request is too big. Head out with an expert guide for snowshoeing while looking for animal tracks, or try your hand at dog sledding through the thick snow. Horse-drawn carriage rides can be arranged as well, in addition to private tours of nearby national parks, wildlife safaris, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing and more. The Grill offers regional cuisine, while Grand Terrace Bar and Zinc Bar provide local brews and craft cocktails. The spa will have you rested and revitalized with access to the heated pool and hot tub, relaxation lounge, movement studio and eucalyptus steam rooms.

5. Caldera House

Resort, Spa Hotel, Luxury

Caldera House
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It’s all about the customized experiences and posh digs at Caldera House. Two- and four-bedroom suites boast full kitchens and outdoor spaces with alpine views, and adventure can be dreamed up in any sense of the word. Take a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge to see the largest migrating elk herd in America, or go dog sledding and snow trekking through picturesque winter landscapes. Craft a custom backcountry ski package, or try backcountry heli-skiing with private gear fittings. Go in search of bears and wildlife on a private photography tour, or rough it as a ranch hand for a day at Diamond Cross Ranch. Upon return, take advantage of the spa, complete with an outdoor infinity pool and a cedar dry sauna.

6. Snow King Resort

Resort, Spa Hotel, Luxury

Snow King Resort Hotel & Luxury Residences
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With a convenient location near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Snow King Resort is great for the adventurer looking for a base camp near it all. The resort has ski-in, ski-out access, a winter ski shuttle to and from Teton Village, and on-site ski, snowboard and mountain bike rentals. Luxury condos, rooms and suites are available, and an outdoor pool and a hot tub are great spots to relax after a long day. Haydens Post offers a mix of delicious plates, such as poke bowls, salads, steaks and burgers, and its full bar means you don’t have to go far for your evening nightcap.

7. The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Resort, Spa Hotel, Luxury

The Lodge at Jackson Hole
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A short drive from Yellowstone National Park, the Lodge at Jackson Hole offers modern guest rooms with western decor and breathtaking views. The concierge team is ready to help you plan your ultimate Jackson Hole adventures, while dining options include a hot breakfast buffet in the morning and craft cocktails with light bites later in the day at Fireside Lounge. The spa has various massage treatments, aromatherapy and therapies, and the outdoor jacuzzi, indoor soaking tub and sauna create the perfect end to each adventure-filled day.

8. Snake River Lodge and Spa

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Snake River Lodge & Spa
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Mountain elegance meets convenience at Snake River Lodge and Spa, 300ft (91m) from the Jackson Hole Mountain Aerial Tram and 1mi (1.6km) from Grand Teton National Park. Accommodations range from guest rooms and suites to two-, three- and four-bedroom residences with full kitchens. Gamefish Restaurant serves western fare and stunning mountain and valley views. Elsewhere, the 17,000sqft (1,579sqm) spa offers facials, steam rooms, jetted pools and numerous treatments. The hotel also has an indoor-outdoor pool, rock caves with cascading waterfalls, as well as indoor and outdoor hot tubs, creating a Zen-like environment that screams relaxation.

9. Little America

Resort, Hotel

Little America Cheyenne
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Designed like a campus, Little America is great for the weary road warrior or those wanting an elegant stay with modern amenities. Rooms are spacious and come with access to the outdoor pool, fitness center and children’s playground. An on-site garage makes it easy for you to get your vehicle serviced and in tip-top shape to continue your journey, and the gift shop is great for last-minute souvenirs or thoughtful gifts. Little America also has a nine-hole golf course surrounded by 80 acres (32ha) of land, meaning you might see some wildlife as you tee up.

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