Reasonably priced lodgings done in a pleasant, Western style.
Skiers and national park visitors who don't want to pay the exorbitant prices so common in ski resort areas will appreciate the comfort and convenience of this hotel. The exterior pays tribute to chalet-style ski lodges, with its off-kilter, A-frame roof. The setting is ideal, with views of soaring mountains from the foot of the Jackson Hole Ski Resort. The accommodations come in four different varities (standard and deluxe rooms, loft suites and apartments) and provide such amenities as cable TV, complimentary wireless Internet access and coffee makers, while the suites and apartments feature full kitchens. Knotty pine furnishings and subdued bedspreads are in keeping with the mountain lodge style. The Inn at Jackson Hole is also home to Masa Sushi, a restaurant overseen by Tokyo native, chef Masa Kitami; it serves authentic Japanese dishes, creative sushi, sake and Japanese beer. The heated outdoor pool area and Jacuzzi hot tub would be fairly standard were it not for the dramatic backdrop of the surrounding mountains. A meeting space is available for up to 100.