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All reviewssnake riverjackson holeflying saddleliquor storemarble bathroomgrand tetonstennis courtsmain buildingstayed here for two nightsthe king size bednice indoor poolhot tubroom was largenice place to staywould stay againlong drivecoffee maker
Flying Saddle Resort had a beautiful lobby with a liquor store and gift store available. The bar, restaurant, pool, and room were lovely. The liquor store had a drive-in window and a great selection of wines. There were beautiful mountains surrounding the hotel. It was...More
The grounds are beautiful. The room is big and spacious. The views around the resort are outstanding. The restaurant is overpriced and the food is not that good. We were in the older section of the resort. It was clean and comfortable and very spacious....More
Excellent restaurant for evening meals and a peaceful location surrounded by beautiful scenery, it was close enough to Grand Teton park. Linen was tired, but everything seemed clean. Staff were friendly, we had to pay for breakfast but the internet was free.
We were exploring the beautiful Wyoming area and drove by the Flying Saddle and decided to stop. The beautiful flower baskets hanging outside the patio, as well as a beautiful pond in another outside patio area drew us in and made us curious as to...More
My wife and I stayed at the Flying Saddle Resort in the end of June. It was a wonderful room, a great view and the rate was affordable.
The rooms in Jackson Hole were quite high in price, the cabin we had was worth the...More
Response from Beagleman99 | Reviewed this property |
I think Flying Saddle is pet friendly, but I'm not positive as I have not taken my dog. There is a section of lawn designated as a 'pet area' and I recall seeing a man walking a small dog on my last stay- but you should... More
I think Flying Saddle is pet friendly, but I'm not positive as I have not taken my dog. There is a section of lawn designated as a 'pet area' and I recall seeing a man walking a small dog on my last stay- but you should probably call them to be sure.