Grand View Spa at Snow King Resort Will Be The Newest Full-Service Spa in Jackson Hole

The new Grand View Spa at Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole will open in December 2022

The newest shining jewel in Snow King Resort’s crown is soon to be unveiled when its 9,000 square foot Grand View Spa debuts in December of 2022.  This will make Snow King Resort the largest destination resort in Jackson with a full-service spa.  Grand View Spa will be one of the few full-service resort spas in Jackson that guests can take advantage of all year around.

Scenery & Surroundings Inspire Design at Grand View Spa in Jackson Hole

Reflecting the iconic environment that surrounds it, Jackson Hole’s Grand View Spa pays homage to the region, incorporating the natural elements of water, salt, stone and wood to create a personalized palette and spa experience like no other.

Upon entering, guests will notice the interior design capitalizes on the scenic beauty of Jackson Hole and the famed Grand Tetons. The ambience captures the essence of the spa’s pristine surroundings by bringing the outdoors in with locally inspired art and décor. Grand View Spa’s over-sized windows let the striking scenery in, while the inviting color palette reflecting the mountain wilderness and organic surroundings, making it a naturally relaxing respite.

Grand View Spa Lobby and Retail Boutique

This full-service spa will offer a range of body treatments, massages and facials for women and men inspired by Jackson Hole’s natural beauty, fauna and flora. 

Spa Amenities at Grand View Spa

Reflecting it’s dynamic surroundings, Grand View Spa at Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole, sets the tone for guests to  re-energize their spirit and surrender to relaxation as they immerse themselves in a total sense of place and well-being.  Grand View Spa offers a quiet escape where guests can relax, unwind and just be.  We welcome you to lose yourself in 9,000 square feet of sheer mountain bliss at our new spa in Jackson Hole when it opens in December 2022.

Guests will be able to enjoy these spa features and amenities including six massage treatment rooms including a couple’s suite, private lounges with fireplaces, locker rooms with brand amenities, Wyoming’s first-ever halotherapy lounge, a coed infrared sauna, experiential showers, Eucalyptus steam rooms, hot tubs, an exclusive retail boutique with logo’d spa attire, movement studio, a scenic outdoor deck and hot tub, and an air purifying system in all public spaces and treatment rooms.

Grand View Spa’s Coed Halotherapy Lounge will be the only one of its kind in Wyoming

Spa Treatments at Grand View Spa

A vast array of enriching and innovative body treatments, massages and facials for men and women have been designed to inspire and rejuvenate your spa experience at Grand View Spa.  Signature spa treatments exclusive to Grand View Spa will include its Rocky Mountain High massage using various CBD oils and lotions; the Mountain Zen Scrub combining mineral-rich salts and intuitively selected aromatherapy oils, and the Forest Retreat Facial utilizing the healing properties of hydrating snow and reishi mushrooms combined with purifying birch water. 

Guests will enjoy the option of having a variety of facial and massage enhancements to complement each treatment if they desire.  We look forward to sharing our full Grand View Spa menu the closer we get to opening in December 2022. 


Guide to the Best Restaurants in Jackson Hole

There’s no doubt Jackson Hole is a bucket list destination for those families, couples and individuals who thrive on outdoor adventure, wildlife outings, mountain biking, hiking and water sports, but it’s also considered a culinary mecca of restaurants that have earned praises of foodie critics including The Food Network’s Guy Fieri and Giada De Laurentiis. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of mouthwatering restaurant favorites in this charming town, and if you’ve worked up an appetite while adventuring outdoors, here is the ultimate guide to some of the best restaurants in Jackson Hole.

Haydens Post

Best Restaurants in Jackson Hole for Breakfast & Brunch

Haydens Post

Snow King Resort’s signature restaurant Haydens Post welcomes guests with a modern, yet rustic urban vibe with panoramic views of Snow King Mountain. Haydens Post menu is based on seasonal ingredients from regional and local farms and purveyors that change throughout the year. From charcuterie boards to Ahi poke and traditional American favorites, there’s plenty of palate-pleasing options from which to choose. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Persephone Bakery

Persephone Bakery is a quaint, French-inspired bakery cafe that is known for its freshly baked artisanal breads and homemade pastries, priding itself on sourcing its ingredients from more than 20 local farms, dairies and ranches in and around Jackson Hole. Persephone’s breakfast menu showcases its famous egg sandwich, herbed omelet and bread pudding French toast among others, while the lunch menu features chilled salads and specialty sandwiches all made to order. They offer an extensive selection of Jackson Hole-based Overview Coffees as well as whole leaf teas, wines, prosecco, cocktails and beers. Persephone’s outdoor L-shaped patio is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast, lunch or cocktails while visiting Jackson Hole.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve is located in a historic log cabin in downtown Jackson, Wyoming, and serves seasonal and local entrees for breakfast-brunch daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The menu features a full bar and specialty brunch cocktails. The charming ambience of its log cabin architecture and outdoor patio studded with flower boxes and umbrellas is the perfect place to feast on the Southern-inspired menu including chicken and waffles, eggs benedict and its famous Pig Candy. Pig Candy features thick, applewood-smoked bacon and is a local favorite which is why it’s considered one of the best restaurants in Jackson Hole. It’s lunch menu features an array of salads including the smoked trout salad, and classic sandwich favorites from Reubens to grilled cheese. Homemade just for you.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

Best Restaurants in Jackson Hole for Dinner

Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse

You can’t visit Jackson Hole without strolling into Wyoming’s landmark watering hole, The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Located on the Town Square in the heart of Jackson, this iconic venue was established in 1937 and has welcomed countless celebrities, U.S. Presidents and royalty. Some of the greatest legends in country music history have taken the stage at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar including Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Glen Campbell, Tanya Tucker and Willie Nelson to name a few. Locals and tourists 21 years of age and older are welcome to belly on up to the infamous bar and sit themselves in a saddle to order up their favorite libation and enjoy live music and dancing. For those looking to enjoy a great steak dinner, guests and families can mosey on downstairs to the Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse and sample some traditional steak and seafood favorites.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

Snake River Grill

This 28-year old landmark restaurant is located on the Town Square in Jackson Hole with views of Snow King Mountain as a backdrop, Snake River Grill offers one of Jackson’s most quintessential fine-dining experiences. The Food Network’s Giada De Laurentiis raved about Snake River Grill’s Eskimo Bars. Signature dishes also include the Morels and SRG’s Crispy Pork Shank. The menu features an array of steaks, seafood, wild game and vegetarian dishes. Snake River Grill also features house-crafted cocktails, beers and an impressive wine list featuring more than 300+ domestic wines and varietals from around the world.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles


The husband/wife duo behind the success of Jackson Hole’s Persephone’s Bakery, are also the culinary talent and owners behind Coelette. Building on the history of the Coe Cabin, in which they’re located, Coelette’s philosophy and menu concept is simple – “create a space dedicated to place where the dishes are simply prepared with specialized techniques, spotlighting the flavors rooted in the region.” Coelette’s seasonal menu is inspired by Asian – European influences while partnering with local farmers and purveyors in the region. Well known for their hand-crafted and creative cocktails, Coelette is also revered for their rooftop terrace and spectacular views. Perfect location to grab a sunset and a glass of wine.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

The Blue Lion

The Blue Lion was built as a residential home in the late 1930’s in Jackson Hole and has been in business for more than 40 years. This historic restaurant features a menu including New Zealand rack of lamb, fresh seafood and prime cut beef. Other signature dishes include crab cream cheese-stuffed mushrooms and elk and buffalo tenderloin. From wild game, seafood or steak, the menu is definitely a palate pleaser. The Blue Lion has an extensive bar and libation selection of specialty cocktails, wines, liqueurs, cognacs, ports from which to choose.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 1.1 miles

Gun Barrel Steak and Game House

Opened in 1993 in what had formerly been the Wyoming Wildlife Museum & Taxidermy, Jackson Hole’s Gun Barrel Steak and Game House showcases a menu of wild game including bison and elk, prime steaks, seafood, chicken, pork, burgers and a killer vegetable lasagna. The menu also features their signature French Onion Soup and a variety of chilled salads. The Gun Barrel Steak and Game House is open for dinner only.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 1.7 miles

Trio: An American Bistro

This quaint little American-style bistro located just off Town Square offers a light-hearted but flavorful, off-the-charts menu of varied cuisines including items ranging from shishito peppers and wood-fired breads and pizzas to a classic BLT soup and lamb sausage pasta. The open kitchen and seasonal, nightly specials definitely make this one of the best restaurants in Jackson Hole.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

Snake River Brewing

Casual Best Restaurants in Jackson Hole

Snake River Brewery

This high-ceiling, high-energy restaurant is a great fit for casual dining and families, offering far more than just Jackson-Hole-brewed suds. Snake River Brewery is a simple, unpretentious neighborhood watering hole and a local favorite. This family-friendly brewery offers core, seasonal and specialty beers of Wyoming, indoor and outdoor patio seating, a full kitchen and bakery and brick-oven specialties. Outdoor activities such as cornhole, darts, shuffleboard and foosball are also offered in season. You might want to check out their on-line selection of retail apparel and logoed products.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.7 miles

Pinky G’s Pizzeria

If well-known Food Network guru Guy Fieri swings by with a “Triple D” accolade (aka: Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives), then those visiting Jackson Hole who are true pizza aficionados need to sample Pinky G’s Pizzeria for a slice of New York pizza heaven. Voted “Best Pizza” since 2011, this tiny little pizza enclave is located in the Pink Garter Plaza just west of the Town Square. Pinky G’s Pizza doesn’t take reservations but they’re worth the wait and we’re confident you’ll rate them as one of the best restaurants in Jackson Hole.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

The Wort Hotel

When visiting Jackson Hole, a visit to the historic Wort Hotel is a definite must, even if you’re not planning on eating there. The hotel’s famous Silver Dollar Bar is lined with $10,000 worth of old silver dollars and is known for their signature burgers and elk sliders, in addition to classic soups and sandwiches. Adjacent to the bar, the Silver Dollar Grill offers casual dining that also includes a buckaroo’s children’s menu. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at The Wort.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

The Local

Nestled in the heart of Jackson’s Town Square, The Local is one of the newer restaurants in Jackson offering a contemporary take on a modern steakhouse. The menu features classic and specialty cuts of locally ranched meats and game alongside fresh seafood, shellfish and house-ground burgers. The Local also features an extensive wine list with 12 beers on tap. Families and friends will enjoy The Local’s casual and vibrant atmosphere and relaxed dining area for lunch or dinner.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

CoCo Love

For dessert lovers a visit to CoCo Love features an array of mouth-watering specialties including chocolates, cakes, tarts and gelatos that will melt your heart. The quaint little café bakery and retail boutique is owned by world renowned master chocolatier Oscar Ortega, one of only two master chocolatiers in the United States. The retail boutique carries his exclusive lines of artisan chocolates, desserts, gelato, sorbet and a variety of artisan breads. Chef Ortega’s little orange box is to chocolate, what Tiffany’s blue box is to jewelry. If you or someone you love has a sweet tooth for perfection, CoCo Love offers a variety of sweet gifts all year ‘round.

Distance from Snow King Resort: 0.8 miles

Pinky G’s Pizzeria

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to recognizing some of the best restaurants in Jackson Hole’s dining and culinary scene. These top-notch chefs have brought their passion and talents to this historic destination that drives the first-class culinary experience that has become Jackson Hole. It’s no wonder that Jackson Hole was named one of America’s 5 New Foodie Cities in 2014 by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Whether it’s regional specialties like trout, elk or bison or international flair like Thai, Mexican, Indian and beyond, dining in Jackson Hole should be a staple on every palate’s bucket list.

Experiences, Tips

10 Things to Do with Kids in Jackson Hole this Summer

Like hibernating bears, the Grand Tetons rise to usher in a brand new season, and with it families looking to break out their hiking boots and bathing suits. There’s no shortage of things to do with kids in Jackson Hole, but there is a shortage of summer sun; by the end of June, daylight hours will already be slipping away. 

Mom and daughter with mouths open laughing / screaming as they ride down Snow King Mountain's Cowboy Coaster.
Credit: Snow King Mountain

1. Snow King Mountain

One of our favorite places! Whether you’re hitting up the new gondola for a ride to the top, swinging through the Treetop Adventure Course, riding down on the Cowboy Coaster, or racing on the Alpine Slide – Snow King Mountain has activities for kids of all ages.

2. Aerial Tram

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Aerial Tram climes 4,139 vertical feet in just 12 minutes. From the top, you’ll catch panoramic views of Jackson Hole valley and the surrounding mountains. Stop for a family photo, then continue on to the many hiking trails.

3. Jackson Hole Rodeo

Kids of all ages will love catching a glimpse of real-life cowboys and girls every Wednesday and Saturday of the summer season as they take on bucking broncos and bulls. 

4. Visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Wildlife encounters aren’t just for the national parks. At the National Museum of Wildlife Art you’ll stand face to face with life-size sculptures on our outdoor trail, take in vistas of the National Elk Refuge, and experience wildlife of the world through art of all mediums in our curated collection and exhibits. Kids can get hands-on in the Children’s Discovery Gallery with life-size diorama, animal costumes, and puppet theater.

Two little girls climb on and through Bison sculptures on the sculpture trail at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Credit: National Museum of Wildlife Art

5. Take An Old Time Family Photo

Capture your family’s journey to the Old West at Jackson Hole Old Time Photo. Step into the old west complete with a prop gun, or opt for a ski and mountaineering-style shoot. The shop also offers special photo editing to transport you and the family to a new locale.

6. Hike in Rockefeller Preserve

This 1,106-acre wildlife refuge sits within Grand Teton National Park. Originally a ranch, the preserve is the perfect place to take in the Tetons without having to toil on a trail. Explore the many trails that lead to Phelps Lake, a perfect place for a cooling plunge.

7. Play in the Pool

Work a little downtime into what is an otherwise action-packed vacation. Lounge in the sun as your kids splash in the heated outdoor pool. The Snow King Resort pool is also adjacent to Hayden’s Post Kitchen & Bar so you can pop in for snacks for the kids and a beer or cocktail for yourself.

Group of 4 children sit on the steps of the pool at Snow King Resort splashing in the water while they cool off from a hot summer day in Jackson Hole.

8. Witness a Shootout

The Old West comes to town every evening during the spring and summer. Head to the town square at 6 p.m. to see this classic face-off. Be sure to arrive early–kids will want to stake their claim on a front-row spot.

9. Visit the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum

Sometimes a little inside time is just what a family vacation needs. Take a break from the action at the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum. Your kids will love stepping into the day-to-day of a veterinarian or challenging their coordination in the Climber.

10. Take a Scenic & Wildlife Tour

Snow King Resort is the only resort in the town of Jackson that provides in-house tours exclusively for our guests. Take a half-day and explore points of interest throughout Grand Teton National Park while you search for wildlife! Minimum age for children is 6 years old on a public tour, but no minimum age for families looking to book a private tour.

Photo of the famous mormon row barn. The mormon row barn is an old log building that still stands in Grand Teton National Park with the Teton Mountains behind it as the sun light peers over the mountains during sunset.
Experiences, Wedding

5 Must-Dos on Your Jackson Hole Honeymoon

After the hustle and bustle of your wedding day the real fun and adventure beginnings for you and your love! While we love Jackson Hole for any occasion we’ve rounded up our 5 favorite “must-dos” after “I do.”

1. Sunrise at Mormon Row

While you may be the type to sleep in during most vacations, we highly recommend getting up and at it early at least one day while in Jackson Hole. Grab a cup of coffee to go and head out to Mormon Row in the Gros Ventre Wilderness of Grand Teton National Park. The drive is just under 30 minutes from Snow King Resort to the famous TA Moulton Barn. Face the barn and the Tetons while the sun rises on your back you’ll see the dark night sky melt behind the mountain range as the front face of the mountains light up in pinks and purples. It is also a great spot for a newlywed photo session.

Photo of sunrise at Mormon row near Grand Teton national Park. Brown wooden antique barn in the foreground with pink and purple lit Teton mountains in the background.
Sunrise at Mormon Row with T.A. Moulton barn and Teton Range, Grand Teton National Park.

2. Hike Up Snow King Mountain

The region of Jackson Hole got its name because from the top of a mountain the valley looks like a hole in how it’s surrounded by mountains on nearly all sides. When you hike up to the top of Snow King Mountain it is very easy to see what the early fur trappers of the area meant by that. During the hike, you’ll gain 1,500′ in elevation over 3.8 miles. It’s a very well-trafficked route that locals and visitors alike enjoy all year round. Leashed dogs are also welcomed on this trail. Once you get to the top don’t forget to stay a few minutes and just take in the view! To save your knees a bit of work consider taking the gondola (coming 2022) down for a fee.

Photo Credit: Snow King Mountain Resort

3. Side by Side Drive in Gros Ventre Wilderness

Are you a couple with the need for speed? In Teton County, Wyoming side-by-sides are street-legal vehicles. This means that once you reach the rental office and get outfitted you can be on your way! We recommend taking it out to the Gros Ventre Wilderness to see the wilder side of Jackson Hole that most people never do. Because it’s unguided feel free to go out as long or as short as you’d like. Our Adventure Center team can set you up with one of our partners to rent a side-by-side.

Photo Credit: Jackson Hole Adventure Rentals

4. Dip at Astoria Hot Springs

Just around a 30-minute drive south of town, you’ll find the newly renovated Astoria Hot Springs. The soaking pools are naturally fed and contain 6+ mineral compounds such as magnesium, sulfur, and calcium. Long soaks in these natural springs have been said to help relax muscles and improve the soaker’s mood. Snacks and beverages are available for sale at the Astoria Hot Springs Park. Reservations are highly recommended as passes do sell out!

Photo Credit: Astoria Hot Springs Park

5. Dancing at Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

Whether you consider yourself a dancing queen or not we absolutely recommend trying to throw your partner round and round western style at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. It’s a bucket list item for pretty much anyone who comes to town and once you get there you’ll understand why. Pull up a saddle, order a local brew if you need some liquid courage, and then get to 2-stepping. There’s live music nearly 6 days a week throughout most of the year and on Thursdays, at 7 pm they host free western swing dancing lessons. Also note, you must be 21+ years to enter the Cowboy Bar- no exceptions!

Photo Credit: Million Dollar Cowboy Bar


Build Up Your Team With a Bleisure Trip to WY This Summer

Are you planning a destination corporate event in 2020? Bleisure (destination events that combine business with leisure) are a growing trend for good reason! Sitting in the stuffy company boardroom surrounded by the same four walls is uninspiring at best. Taking your team to an environment that is inspiring, builds camaraderie, and offers a bit of rest is the best way to renew company vision and gain team loyalty, which is invaluable. 


Don’t Rush Winter – Embrace It In Jackson, Wyoming

Skiing is the main attraction in Jackson Hole, for good reason. Riders from all over the world descend upon its rugged terrain for the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski area in the U.S.

But, hey, skiing is not the only reason to enjoy this stunning valley. So, if skiing is not your jam, don’t take Jackson off of your winter vacation list. There are so many other winter sports to enjoy. In fact, Jackson can offer just about anything you can think of including dog sledding, wildlife tours, and snow tubing. If you’d rather stay indoors, how about some shopping therapy or a day at the spa? Jackson truly does offer something for everyone, even in the throes of winter.