Over the past 20 years, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole in Wyoming has firmly been one of America’s best alpine hotels, thanks to its location in the heart of Teton Village, the ski concierge offering in the winter months, its guided tours in Grand Teton National Park throughout the summer and the luxurious attention to detail right across the property.

Each winter, when Jackson Hole is truly in its element, the property is one of America’s most in-demand resorts thanks to its phenomenal basecamp location and the ski concierge service which is exceptional.

Guests will also find on-property demo level rentals, ticket purchasing options and exclusive retail selections that make ski-in, ski-out an absolute breeze.

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole is also headlined by its outdoor pools and hot tubs, the full-service Four Star Spa – the only Forbes rated spa in the state of Wyoming – alongside three dining outlets, including HM’s favourite, Westbank Grill, which offers fantastic meals with stunning mountainside views.

The property also recently underwent a glamourous makeover. Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole completed a full-scale renovation of all guest rooms, suites and public hallways in summer 2022.

The renovation included all new vanities and mirrors, furniture, artwork, beds, lighting, wall coverings, carpet and private bar.

A well-defined work area also allows guests to remain productive, with top-of-the-line new technology for communication and entertainment. The latest renovations build upon recent enhancements in Westbank Grill and Ascent Lounge within the past five years.

To find out more about this exceptional property, Wayfarer Host and HM Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, spoke exclusively on camera to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Vice President, Andrew Way in Teton Village, Wyoming (in the video above).


HM recommends flying to Jackson Hole, Wyoming on United Airlines, which offers daily flights to the city from across America (including Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and around the world.

Book a ticket on the long-haul sector in United’s Polaris Business Class cabin, which features flatbed seats, pyjamas (on flights over 12 hours), Saks Fifth Avenue bedding, premium inflight food and drinks, brilliant sleep-themed amenities, including new amenity kits which have been designed exclusively by Away and feature premium skincare items from Sunday Riley, alongside premium noise-reducing headphones and fantastic inflight hospitality.

It’s an exciting time for United, with the carrier dramatically increasing Australian services and debuting new United Clubs across the network.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management