Hotel Jackson

Words by Kitt Doucette 



Situated in the heart of downtown Jackson Hole, just steps away from all the shops, art galleries, restaurants, and the iconic elk antler arches of Town Square, Hotel Jackson is helping redefine the art of western hospitality. With great views of Snow King and the Jackson Valley Mountains, the exquisite accommodations inside the hotel match elegantly with the pristine and energetic setting to create an extraordinary luxury hotel experience.  

Opened in 2015 by the Darwishe family with deep roots in the Jackson Hole area, Hotel Jackson is recognized as a Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four-Diamond property. Celebrating the area’s unique Western heritage while providing guests with every modern luxury and unrivaled personalized customer service. The hotel’s beautifully designed 55 guest rooms include 4 suites, nestled among some of the country’s best skiing, whitewater rafting, hiking and fly fishing and just minutes away from Grand Teton National Park. Yellowstone National park is a beautiful and wildlife packed one-hour drive to the North.

Combining rustic elegance with a contemporary western design reflecting a comfortable mountain modern esthetic, Hotel Jackson utilized warm reclaimed barn wood, soft leather elements and modern western décor to pay homage to the hotel and town’s heritage. The hotel’s signature restaurant, FIGS, is located directly adjacent to the lobby and serves a delicious and surprising mix of Lebanese and Mediterranean small plates, and is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

Hotel guests also enjoy access to the exclusive Sacajawea Library, a cozy and intimate space for reading and relaxing, offering hand crafted cocktails, wine, beer and small plates. As the first LEED built hotel in the Town of Jackson, sustainability and being conscious of their environmental impact has always been a top priority for the hotel and family who built it. 




Hotel Jackson was named “The Most beautiful Hotel in Wyoming” by Architectural Digest. While each of the 55 rooms is unique, they all showcase the same elegant design using materials and colors authentic to Jackson Hole’s history and landscape. Natural stone, reclaimed wood, leather, rawhide, metal, and wool are all featured. All the rooms have natural gas firplaces, spa-like bathrooms, Nespresso espresso machines and l’Occitane bath products. 




Each of Hotel Jackson’s suites were designed to be one-of-a-kind and are, without a doubt, the most luxurious and stylish rooms in downtown Jackson.  


The Miller Suite 


In 1920 Grace Miller was elected Mayor of Jackson and four other valley women were elected to the Jackson Town Council, making it the country’s first all-female municipal government. Honoring the legacy of Miller and her “Petticoat Government”— we named our coziest and most romantic suite after her. On the property’s top floor, this 500 square-foot suite includes a 250 square-foot wrap-around deck and outdoor natural gas fireplace. Keep it intimate and snuggle into the chairs in front of the deck’s outdoor fireplace, or invite a few friends over for a cocktail party. 

500 square feet | max: 3 people | outdoor fireplace 



The Bridger Suite 


Named after Jim Bridger, one of the first white men to explore Yellowstone and the surrounding areas of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, our ADA-compliant Bridger suite is anything but rough. On our second floor, with views of downtown Jackson and Saddle Butte, the Bridger suite features an expansive furnished balcony, a workspace, wet bar, and seating area. 

*Please note: This suite has an oversized walk-in shower but no deep soaking tub. 

Accessible | 750 square feet | max: 3 people | connecting rooms available 


The Jackson Suite 


Like the other suites, the largest suite is named for someone important to the valley’s history. Davy Jackson was the mountain man and fur trader Jackson Hole is named after. One thousand one hundred-square-feet, the two-room Jackson Suite has a living room and separate bedroom. Settle into a couch in front of a gas fireplace in the living room while your significant other makes a cocktail at the wet bar. If you need more space, it’s possible to combine the Jackson Suite with an adjoining Superior room with two Queen-size beds. 

1,100 ft | max: 3 people | connecting room available 


Colter Suite


Situated on the premier corner of the hotel, extensive natural light makes the two-room Colter Suite shine. This suite also has two outdoor patios with urban and mountain views. Inside, designers had fun repurposing rawhide drums as side tables and original fine art. This suite is named for John Colter, a member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition and thought to be the first white man to see the Grand Teton Mountain Range. 

1,000 square feet | max: 3 people | two balconies