Quality Inn & Suites 49'er
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Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites 49'er Jackson
Our room looked a little worn, but it was clean, the staff was nice, and the breakfast was great. Good location, too.
Wow, I didn't realize Jaskson was a busy little place! Non-stop traffic. Room was clean and nice. Breakfast is at a little Mexican restaurant next door and was great! No, it wasn't a 'Mexican' breakfast. Your normal waffles, toast, muffins, bagels, etc. Actually ate dinner there as well and it was great.
Too much $$$ for what we had!
Upon check-in we were told Jackson Hole has an extra tax for tourism revenue. Okay, no problem. We were told we would be on the top floor as requested (there were only 2 floors), but they did not have elevators. As our room 'key' was handed to us, the clerk said, "We have also given you a free upgrade". I would hate to see what we WOULD have had.
We dragged our bags up one flight of steep stairs and found our room at the top of the stairs. Upon entering our room a distinct odor hit us! Whew! What was it? The hotel had only been open 2 weeks after being closed for the winter. We decided it was just a musty smell from being closed so long. The bedspreads were in dire need of being thrown away, not just washed! Old and faded and not up to Quality Inn standards. We had two queen beds and neither was very comfortable, nor were the limp pillows! The loveseat (done in southwest pattern) offered the most comfortable seating in the room. There was a nice counter with kitchen sink, a dorm size refrigerator and small microwave. The vanity sink and mirror were just inside the door and very SMALL and hardly any light over the sink! The bathroom was unbelievably TINY; you entered the toilet/tub area and moved out of the way to close the door! I am 5'6" and the showerhead hit below my neck!!!!! My husband is 6' and he had to bend over to shower!!!!
The free, extended continental breakfast is served at the Chili Pepper Grill next door. It was okay: waffles, cereals, toast, bagels, boiled eggs (??) and coffee and juice. One of the waffle makers was out of order so the waffle line was long and the person who has the contract to serve the breakfast didn't seem to care.
We would not stay there again because there are no elevators and we prefer the top floor so we don't have to listen to people walking above us! Also, I don't think I could put up with the 'odor' and the low showerhead! Better hotels for the same or less money in Jackson Hole, for certain!
A nice hotel
My husband and I stayed at the 49er Inn in Jackson Hole from Satruday, February 19 to Thursday, February 24. Everything the hotel said it would be was true.
The continental breakfast is nice - waffles, bagels, muffins, fruit, juice, coffee, cereal. The rooms were clean and spacious. We stayed in the fireplace suite, and if we were to go back we wouldn't get the fireplace room, we would stay in a regular room for $30 cheaper a night. I'm not sure why, but we used the air conditioner the entire time, only used the fireplace once. It was so hot in the room we couldn't use it. I don't know if it's b/c the rooms on either side of us were using their fireplaces and heating our room or what, but unfortunately it was a waste of a fireplace. Not the hotel's fault though. The front desk is very helpful, from suggesting a place to eat to helping us book our snowmobile adventures. If you book the snowmobile tours through the hotel you get a discount. They have an agreement with Rocky Mountain Tours - that was great! We saved a total of $95 for both of our tours. We were also able to check-in early, which was nice since we arrived at 11:30 a.m. We also got a late check-out which was nice as well. We didn't use the hot tubs. By the time we got back from dinner we were so tired and a little cold, we didn't want to go back outside. I heard people in them at night though and they sounded like they were having fun. The inside hot tub is really big and the outside hot tub is average in size.
The 49er Inn is an average hotel though, so don't expect the Ritz-Carlton or the Four Seasons. I think it's in the same category as a Hampton Inn or a high-class Holiday Inn. But for the price you can't beat it. The hotel is centrally located as well, not far from the town square and about 1/2 mile to the Food Town. We didn't rent a car so we walked everywhere, including the Food Town. If I were to go back though I would rent a car for a day and drive up the highway to get pictures of the Grand Tetons and ask the front desk where I could see some wildlife - buffalo, moose, etc.
I don't think I have anything negative to say about the hotel. We're not hard to please though and we knew we weren't staying at the Ritz Carlton. We had a great time in Jackson Hole and enjoyed our hotel stay - hope you do too!
Thanksgiving in jackson...
for the price ($60/night), the 49'er inn was affordable. the rooms were clean, and the service was excellent; we had no complaints. it is a dog friendly place which was the most important factor for us. we were a bit disappointed, however, that we were not allowed to leave our dog alone when we went out.
the continental breakfast was average fare: bagels, muffins, cereal. i had wished that there was more selection (ie fruit, yogurt).
we also enjoyed the indoor hot tub which was quite clean. lastly, the 49'er inn was well-located in the center of town.
No complaints - great place to stay
Our family arrived at noon, and we were able to check in early. The room was clean and neat - fairly spacious with a nice TV and a good assortment of channels. Beds were firm, carpet clean - just a nice place to stay. The center of Jackson is within walking distance. Can't comment on the complimentary breakfast though; it is at the restaurant next door, and just before we got there, a tour bus filled with hungry seniors beat us to the door, so we didn't wait. One comment - the interior staircases are fairly narrow - I had a hard time carrying two suitcases at a time. A minor inconvenience in our pleasant stay here.
The suites are nice
We stayed in a suite at the Quality Inn in Jackson Wyoming and found it to be very good. The room was nicely furnished as it had two queens, a couch (probably a sleeper), a fireplace, and a granite mini bar. The only negative about the room was the smell of mildew, I think from the carpeting that needed to be changed or cleaned (the mildew was probably from wet skiers during the ski season). The continental breakfast was great as there were home made waffles, hard boiled eggs, hot and cold cereal, muffins and fruit. The fruit consisted of small apples and oranges, but that still counts. The staff was friendly and very helpful.
A wonderful place to stay
The 49'er hotel had everything we needed and more! The fireplace suite was comfortable, clean, and spacious. The staff was always friendly, and the perks were unbelievable for such a low price! Each morning we were provided a free extended continental breakfast of waffles, cereal, fruit, bagels, eggs, etc. There was complimentary hot chocolate in the lobby along with a huge hot tub both indoor and out. Free shuttle transportation was provided to and from the hotel to the ski resort.
The location is right in the heart of the town and within walking distnce to whatever you might need. If anything, the 49'er is underpriced!
I highly recommend this nice hotel-Aug,2003
We stay in the regular room the first night on the first floor.It is a little noisy.The 2nd and 3rd night we change to the suite room. The suite room is big, with microvave and small refrigerator. There are two queen beds and a sofaqueen bed (very suitable traveling with big kid). I recommend to stay at the second floor, It is more quiet.The hotel is close to town square but not on major streets so it is not noisy at all. The continental breakfast is very good ,serving hot cofee,tea bag,muffin, bagal ,milk juice.
We had a one bedroom suite and WOW was it gorgeous! I felt like we were in a private residence condominum rather than a hotel. A large kitchen with real appliances and a huge Jacuzzi! The furniture was solid pine with fine furnishings. The bedroom was so large that the king bed and large amour took hardly any room away from the spacious area. The bathroom was very large-almost a room in itself. It had a bathtub/shower combo and a shower only with double vanities. Two doors, one to the bedroom, the other to the main area of the suite. We had a nice view of a neighborhood and town square with the mountains to the west. Our 2 dogs were very welcomed! We had a balcony and the fireplace was so very cozy! On our floor in the morning was a self serve TRUE continental breakfast bar, with juice and milk machines, fresh coffee, tea, bagels, donuts, crossiants and condiments, all complimentary. The self serve bar area was 15 feet long and had everything for a great breakfast! Not just a tray of donuts and juice carton like some places! We are planning to stay there again! The 49er was actually a highlight of 10 day trip. This hotel is one of my all time favorites in hotels! I have stay in many hotels in my life, being a ex-flight attendant-this hotel is great!
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