Hampton Inn Jackson Hole
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Jackson Hole
Travel Blogs from Jackson
... the steep climb. The top of Blacktail Butte was encompassed in clouds, and it felt like we were at the top of the world. The rain held off, and as we reached the top, we were greeted with sunshine. The total hike for each group was just under 5 miles.
... just to see it, but opted to have a beer and dinner at the local Snake River Brew Pub. They had a fairly good pilsner, with lemon not lime. Was fairly tipsy when we left – 1 beer at 4.9% alcohol – what a cheap date!
Tomorrow we will look around town a bit and then head south into Utah. I’m hoping for heat, as I need to change out of my white jeans which are holding up well, but look at bit dingy from 3 days ...
... a less than peaceful experience with her crying off and on. After that we went down by the lake and skipped rocks for a while. We beat most of the people there, so we had it mostly to ourselves again. That was the first time Molly had been to that spot, and she really loved it too. After we got the kids to bed, I went back down to catch the end of the sunset over the lake.
Before we left in the morning, I took the kids to a ranger ...
... as nice as could be. This was probably the best meal we have had so far. The food was really unusual, all very "farm to table" with the farms where everything came from listed on the menu. Sophie had catfish, Bill had steak that came with eggs on top that was on top of rice with kimchee mixed into it...very spicy. I had short ribs with this excellent cherry sauce on them. By the time we got back we were full and tired. ...
... be hopping.
However, this is clearly a town geared towards rich tourists. My best comparison is Old Town Alexandria in cowboy boots, except Jackson is only a little over 100 years old. Coolest "old west" feature: covered wooden side walks (like a boardwalk). It seemed like every other store downtown was an art gallery (do people buy a lot of art on vacation?) or high-end western wear (meaning: decorative, not functional – ...