Jackson Lake Lodge: "a hotel with a view" Top 5 Page for this destination Grand Teton National Park Hotel Tip by richiecdisc
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Jackson Lake Lodge may not look like the classic rustic old inn of the most pedigreed National Parks from the outside but that's because it was not built until 1955 and only recently made it onto the list of National Historic Landmarks. The exterior does reflect its natural setting if in a more austere and modern way. Once inside however, it has tons of rustic charm though perhaps looking a bit more upscale than the older lodges. It was nonetheless very cozy and comfortable to hang out in though we did not have much bad weather to retreat there from. Not that we were complaining and we still did go a few times to check our e-mail as there appeared to be a free wireless connection. With massive picture windows, it is very bright and the views of the Tetons are nice enough to never leave.
Unique Qualities: National Park hotels in the US are open for all visitors to the park whether staying in the hotel in question or not. As national historic sites, they part of our heritage and in no way do staff make you feel like you are intruding if you hang out in the lobby, even for hours. This would be a great place to do just that on a rainy day.
If you want to stay in the great lodge, expect to pay between $225-250 for a room without a view. Those with fetch up to $300 and suites can be as high as $775. Cottages not attached to the main building are similarly priced.
Comparison: most expensive
Directions: Jackson Lake Lodge is located right on the shores of Jackson Lake with amazing views of The Grand Tetons. It is very central in the park and close to everything.
Price: US$180 and up
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