The Lexington At Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites

285 N. Cache St, Jackson, Wyoming, 83001-1712, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 285 N. Cache St, Jackson, is near Lewis and Clark River Expeditions, Cache Creek/Game Creek Loop, Bridger Teton National Forest, and Dog Creek Trail.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lexington At Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites

    Reviewed by davenjulia

    Comfortable and pleasant

    Reviewed Jun 7, 2014
    by (16 reviews) Gembrook , Australia Flag of Australia

    Much better than our last stay with all mod cons even though the wifi was sporadic. Not far from the centre of town, 1 block walk. The staff were happy and helpful and the place had a great feel,good guest laundry (at last) and near the shuttle to the wildlife art centre north of town (free shuttle)

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Lexington At Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Jackson

    We're going to Jackson

    A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Jun 07, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    The Grand Teton National Park is our next stop. It is only a short distance south from Yellowstone so only small driving distances which is good. Being from Australia we understand having to drive to get to some places but this has thrown some of the Poms on this trip who are not used to it. Once again the park is very different to Yellowstone with …

    Day 17: plop!

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Hatchery and the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Of the two, the girls enjoyed the fish hatchery the most. They had fish anywhere from a few months old to several years old, including a fishing pond where they put their "retired" breeding stock after they have passed their prime. The guide there indicated that there were Cuthroat trout there up to 30inches long! We couldn’t see many of them because the water was too choppy.

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    Rotten eggs amongst the freshest scenery

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 16, 2014

    ... had kind of ruined the day and definitely made the experience less enjoyable. On the way back, however, we spotted something running into the trees in a meadow; it was a wolf! I was too delayed in capturing this beauty; beige in its colouring and majestic in its movements. We were elated; wolves are very good at blending into the scenery and even the rangers advise that they cannot guarantee any will be seen. But, we had seen all the wildlife we had picked out to spot in the ...

    Teton National Park

    A travel blog entry by sifefer on May 28, 2014

    4 comments, 29 photos

    ... other side of the valley where we had camped in the Teton Forest. Stewart wondered how long the glacier would exist; he wanted to have pictures as it may not exist in 10-20 years...



    We both rode a few more miles on the bike trail toward Moose Junction.. Ruby decided to head back after a few more miles and returned to the van slowly taking photo's of the trail and of wild flowers. There are small lupine ...

    Wyoming, Wyoming! Land of the sunlight clear!

    A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Sep 01, 2013

    14 photos

    ... ordinary - tiny squat rooms with no ventilation, paper thin walls and no door on the toilet room! It was also walkable to absolutely nothing, so we climbed back into the car and explored town.

    Jackson Hole on the other hand was great. Whilst the town was only very small, it had a really cool Midwestern feel to it. There were big hats everywhere! We even went to check out a hat shop where the hats were made of both rabbit and beaver. So for the first time ...