A regular inclusion on Conde Nast Traveler’s Gold List and previously named the #1 hotel in the United States by US News and World
Food & wine | Mountains | Natural world | Ski | Spa | Sports & activities
Amangani sits high above the town of Jackson, Wyoming and 20 minutes’ drive from the celebrated Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Perched on the crest of East Gros Ventre Butte, along the migratory paths of moose and elk, and overlooking the Rockies’ Grand Teton mountain range, its location combines the quiet calm and panoramic views of an exclusive mountain retreat with easy access to the faster pace of Jackson.
A choice of suites and homes provide stylish contemporary accommodation and maximum comfort: high ceilings, expansive windows, natural materials, and state-of-the-art amenities. All 40 suites have their own patio or balcony with panoramic mountain and valley views, spacious bathrooms plus a separate shower/toilet, and a living area with gas-lit fireplace and a personal bar. Three luxury mountain homes are also available to rent, each containing four or five bedrooms and a wealth of high-end features, including workout rooms and hot tubs.
The redwood-panelled Grill seats up to 65 people for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with floor-to-ceiling windows supplying the signature Amangani views. A wood-burning fireplace enhances the mountain-top ambience and care is taken to use local, sustainable ranch meats, fresh fish, and seasonal farm-to-table produce. Menus feature a mix of regional specialities and more global influences, and food can be ordered and enjoyed anywhere on the property, whether inside your suite, out on the sun-deck, or even lounging by the pool. The hotel’s Zinc Bar is also open throughout the day, and includes locally produced beers and spirits on the drinks menu.
Amangani and Jackson Hole are perfectly positioned to make the most of the abundant natural advantages of the region. Snow-covered from mid-November to spring, there are few better places to ski and snowboard in North America. Other winter activities include snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dogsledding, sleigh rides, and ice skating. In the warmer months, there are opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fly fishing, and hot air ballooning, or perhaps keep your eye out for elk, bison, and deer on a 4x4 safari. Back at the hotel there’s a whirlpool and a 35-metre heated pool where you can swim in the open air and enjoy views across the valley to the mountains beyond. The large hotel spa offers an extensive fitness and wellness menu, including his-and-her steam rooms, massage, and personalised yoga programs.
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