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Jackson Lake Lodge
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Must stop at this gem
User: jcoalterod from: Chicago, Illinois
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 11, 2018
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
Not just exclusive lodging - an inclusive experience! Initially one could feel left out - we can’t afford to stay here; yet, no guard at the door keeps you out, ANYONE is welcome to this jaw-dropping DESTINATION experience!!! Rather than feeling like I couldn’t belong, I was warmly greeted and served by hospitable staff - trout chowder and rustic crackers enjoying vistas from the bar, espresso while enjoying the stunning views from the lobby - be sure you share this place with the one you love. Take a horseback adventure or just hike some nearby trails, you’ll never forget this place! I confess I had to put aside envy and focus on gratitude for the experience of this scenic wonder.

I hoped to see MOOSE not MICE!
User: hpaustx from: Austin, Texas
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 11, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 2
Stayed 3 nights at the Jackson Lake Lodge on our 35 year anniversary trip. we had stayed here 6 years earlier and loved it. Memories do fade at my age but I don't remember paying $300 a night the first time. I'm thinking 'it's our 35th' so I'll choke it down. I also don't remember the rooms having gritty un-mopped tile floors and mold around the bath tub. So maybe that's a little picky but what a great view! This is where the mouse comes it - literally. I have stayed at MANY hotels and park lodges over the years but have NEVER seen or heard a mouse in my room. our first night in cabin 807, shortly after the lights went off, I heard something. I thought maybe it was a really big moth or something. the more I listened the more I realized it was on the floor scurrying around. I laid awake most of the night trying to convince myself that the critter surely isn't nosey enough to climb in bed with us to ask where we're from... he didnt but when i mentioned it to the front desk the next day I was surprized that they KNEW there was a problem with mice. The manager offered to put a trap in the room. I cant imaging laying awake listening for the 'snap' of the trap, so I offered we get another room. we did and it was mouse free (or at least much quieter :) but the room was still not cleaned well. we had fun in the park, the scenery is a breath taking the food was great at the different park resturants, but i will not stay in the park again at the Grand Teton national park. Following this three day stay - we spent 4 days at Yellowstone Old Faithful lodge and it was immaculate and half the price! Summary - stay outside the park at Grand Teton and drive in for the good stuff.
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Excellent location!
User: kindredspirits from: Florida
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 4, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
Spent 2 wonderful nights here in Room 13. Had no view from the room, but the room was spacious enough and nicely appointed. High quality linen and towels, and two comfortable queen beds. Room 13 is near the elevator on the 3rd floor, but noise was never an issue. Even if you don't stay at this lodge, it's worth visiting the lobby with it's spectacular views of the Tetons. We also enjoyed our meals in the old fashioned, sit at the counter-type restaurant. The food here was surprisingly good compared to anywhere else we ate at during our overall stay in the Yellowstone area. Of course, the place is not cheap, and to add insult to injury, you will likely need to book a room far in advance in order to get one. Nonetheless, we loved our stay and would recommend staying here if you are visiting the Park.
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All about the magical setting
User: MiamiBeachFrank from: Miami Beach
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 3, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
This was our second stay at this illustrious hotel. What a difference a room makes! Last year we had one of the the many back rooms with No view other than either the parking area or another Unit. This year, for less than $100 more, we had a spectacular Lake and Mountain View room...WOW! For the second time, we ate at the celebrated Mural Room restaurant. The cuisine, again, was very good. The setting of the hotel is one of our country’s great Settings. It is available to all, but there’s nothing like having your own room and balcony to savour the Magesty before you!

So many positives!
User: Peter D from: Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 3, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
My wife and I stayed for two nights in mid September and were very happy with it. It was not cheap but it represented good value. The Lodge is in a great spot and the views from the terrace are delightful. Early morning sightings of elk got each day off to a great start. Our lodge was very comfortable, everything worked, and we slept well. The informality of the setting - far better in a national park than a conventional hotel - enabled us to meet neighbours who became convivial dining companions. Wi-fi worked perfectly. A nice touch was providing evening talks by naturalists - the brown bear and mountain lion were our two.
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