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I hosted a business meeting at the Snake RIver Lodge and Spa in October 2018. I was impressed with level of service from Katherine and Al during the planning/negotiating phase. Onsite support from Kelli and Katherine was exceptional. I would highly recommend Snake RIver Lodge...More
A fantastic Hotel in a fantastic setting. All the staff were extremely helpful and courteous. The pool is great for families and everything within the village is an easy stroll away (and not hilly). Can't wait to come back for a ski trip.
Great locations in both the summer and winter. Well decorated Lodge with excellent amenities including gym, spa and pool. Staff are friendly and helpful. Food is great - breakfast lovely. Rooms are spacious and the ones at the front have a nice terrace with great...More
We got to the hotel around 9:00pm after a day of flying and were shown to our room. It was a great view, of an elevated roof. You seriously could see nothing but a blocked window. I get it if the hotel is at capacity...More
Spent 4 days in the Teton Village/Jackson Hole area on a couples get away....overall good impression with the property, we had a room on the third floor, directly above the main reception area, very nice view and shared wrap around balcony......a little noise when a...More
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This sounds like a call to the front desk. We had what I suppose is a king balcony room but it was ground floor so we looked at a huge retaining wall up to the Four Seasons. Any “mountain views” would be ski hills at best... More
This sounds like a call to the front desk. We had what I suppose is a king balcony room but it was ground floor so we looked at a huge retaining wall up to the Four Seasons. Any “mountain views” would be ski hills at best and not Teton views. But you’d have to be pretty high up in the hotel to see anything as it’s at the lowest level and other resorts are built above (west up the hill) it.