The Best Hotels to Book in Wyoming, USA

Hotel Terra in Jackson Hole offers a stylish, ecofriendly stay
Hotel Terra in Jackson Hole offers a stylish, ecofriendly stay | Courtesy of Hotel Terra Jackson Hole / Expedia
Amanda Ogle

Planning to cram-pack your itinerary with national-park hikes and adventures? Or, maybe, you want a great place with a little character to hang your hat at during a ski trip? Whatever your plans are, there’s a hotel for you in Wyoming, with killer grub, a rich history, and photo-worthy spots. From Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park to Cheyenne, here are our favorite hotels in Wyoming, where you can make lasting memories.

1. Anvil Hotel


Two double beds in a room with panelled-walls and mountain views at Anvil Hotel
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If you have big itineraries for your time in Jackson Hole, you’ll love Anvil Hotel for its vintage feel and simplicity. Room amenities and modern-rustic decor bring you just the right amount of style and convenience. High wainscoting, iron bed frames, brass lighting fixtures, thick woolen blankets, and leather-wrapped pegs for resting skis or fishing poles, all create a simple-yet-sophisticated vibe. You can also opt for the Cache House, a hostel-style accommodation for solo and adventure travelers looking for a quick place to lay their heads.

2. The Wort Hotel


A corner of a living room with red couches, wall art and a wooden table at The Wort Hotel
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If you are a history buff, you will appreciate the Wort Hotel, as it was the first boutique hotel that opened in Jackson. Dating back to 1941, the Wort Hotel was dreamed up by Charles J Wort, who was a homesteader who arrived in Jackson Hole in 1893. The hotel’s Silver Dollar Bar debuted in 1950, designed and built by a German cabinet maker using more than 2,000 uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollars from the Denver Mint. Guests today can enjoy the hotel’s Western flair coupled with modern amenities like a ski shuttle and complimentary hot chocolate and cookies for that cozy après-ski experience.

3. Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa

Spa Hotel, Lodge

Outdoor deck with couches arranged around fire pits and wooden tables at Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa
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Foodies come to Teton Mountain Lodge for a meal – even if they’re staying elsewhere in Jackson Hole. The hotel’s Spur Restaurant serves award-winning cuisine, using locally sourced ingredients and thoughtful execution. Try the stout-braised buffalo short ribs with jalapeno-cheddar grits, swiss chard, and a red-onion marmalade, or the roasted cauliflower wedge with curried butternut squash, beluga lentils, spaghetti squash, fried brussels sprouts, and pumpkin seed pesto.

4. Hotel Terra


Grey couch and two blue armchairs in front of a roaring modern fireplace at Hotel Terra Jackson Hole
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Environmental advocates can appreciate the efforts being made at Hotel Terra, Wyoming’s first LEED Silver-certified property. The boutique hotel features organic mattresses and linens, as well as plush towels, bathmats, and bathrobes that are organic and free of pesticides and insecticides. Each mattress saves up to 60 pounds (27kg) of petrochemicals from entering the environment. The hotel almost exclusively uses fluorescent light bulbs, which use about 75 percent less energy than traditional bulbs, and conserves water by collecting runoff water and using dual-flush toilets and low-flow fixtures. Other ecofriendly measures include aluminum water bottles for guests to eliminate single-use plastics, using tannery scrap leather for elevator tiles, and recycled glass for bathroom countertops and soap dishes.

5. Hotel Jackson


Large double bed against a grey wood-panelled wall in a grey-themed stylish room at Hotel Jackson
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Design aficionados will appreciate Hotel Jackson for its celebration of Western heritage and its modern, elegant touches. Rooms and suites are each a bit different, but all boast a smart design, featuring materials and colors true to the Jackson Hole landscape and history. Natural stone, leather, metal, reclaimed barn wood, rawhide, and wool are all used throughout to create cozy spaces. The hotel’s restaurant, Figs, uses towering windows to bring in natural light, plus lots of art to create depth and texture. A two-story wood-burning fireplace completes the space and adds a touch of Jackson Hole charm.

6. Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole

Resort, Hotel, Luxury

A blue-patterned couch, four armchairs and a coffee table in front of a fireplace in a room with a private balcony and mountain views at the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole
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Ease tired muscles at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole’s luxurious spa, which includes tranquility rooms stocked with herbal teas and snacks for pre- and post-treatment treats. There are also spa tubs to lounge in at your leisure, as well as oodles of massages, body rituals, and salon services to choose from. Try the Après-Ski at the Spa service: a 25-minute body soak with a glass of champagne, followed by a warming massage featuring local arnica and hot stones. An anti-inflammatory willow-bark wrap winds up the soothing treatment.

7. Amangani

Resort, Lodge

View of stairs leading down to lobby of Amangani featuring large floor to ceiling windows and views of the snow-capped mountains
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Luxury travelers call Amangani home for a never-ending list of reasons. Beautifully situated on a hilltop near Grand Teton National Park, Amangani offers wildlife experiences, exceptional farm-to-table cuisine, and spacious accommodations with terraces and Snake River Valley views. Amangani offers private homes for larger gatherings and a 35-meter (115ft) outdoor infinity pool and a spa with holistic treatments. Head to the Grill for regional dishes like caribou sausage and Utah honeycomb, or request a picnic hamper with a chilled bottle of wine for an al fresco meal with breathtaking views. Don’t leave before being pampered at the spa, which offers a myriad of relaxing treatments.

8. Huff House Inn

Bed and Breakfast, Inn, Hotel

Double bed and a cream couch in a simple room at Huff House Inn
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If you are seeking some R&R, you will love Huff House Inn, located in the heart of Jackson, just blocks from Town Square. The bed and breakfast offers a hard-to-beat homemade breakfast every morning, plus access to the secluded garden patio with firepits, a hot tub, and daily homemade cookies and coffee in the afternoon. Spend the day strolling through Jackson Hole, then retreat to your cozy accommodation in the evening for some top-notch hospitality.

9. Jackson Lake Lodge


Dining area and bar in a room with floor to ceiling windows and mountain views at Jackson Lake Lodge
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Located within Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Lake Lodge is perfect if you want to immerse yourself in one of the top national parks in the US. Head out for a day of hiking and exploration, and return to the lodge for meals, swimming, and resting up before another full day. The lodge has a complimentary guest shuttle that will take you through the park and into downtown Jackson for a day of shopping and fun.

10. Little America

Resort, Hotel

Two double beds with wooden headboards in room with light red carpet, cushioned chair, lamp and cream walls at Little America
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Road warriors and those just passing through appreciate Little America for its modern comforts and amenities. A playground for children means you can unload the car and let them burn off some energy without having to leave the hotel, and a swimming pool is a nice perk after a long day on the road. The on-site garage is also handy for servicing your vehicle, plus you don’t have to drive around looking for a place, where you’ll have to wait to get on the road again. The gift shop is great for last-minute souvenirs, plus sundries and personal-care items.

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