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I have stayed here twice, once for a two day ski trip and recently just to get away to Wyoming. The resort is about 7 miles up from Driggs, ID. Once you are up there, the only options for food or anything else are the...More
This is a great resort in Alta, Wyoming, Nowhere. It's remote but has great services. People usually go there for skiing or weddings, but it's also not too far from the Yellowstone west entrance (~2 hours).
We stumbled onto the cool lodge when looking for a "reasonably priced" place near Jackson Hole. The grounds are beautiful. The lodge's community space was cozy and family friendly. Breakfast in the cafe was yummy and the all staff we encountered was friendly and helpful!...More
IN FACT, DON'T STAY HERE. PERIOD. This property is almost 2 hours away from Grand Teton National Park, despite the website's claim that it is 8.45 miles away. On the map it looks close, but there are no roads crossing the mountains, making the location...More
I put up with the Teewinot for one reason and that is because the skiing at Targhee is awesome. The rooms aren't too bad with a nice and comfortable queen set up however the crazy tiny bathroom puts the room below motel standard. Anyway you're...More
Response from GrandTargheeResort | Property representative |
Hi Dr. Tony Sullivan,
We would recommend a room in the Teewinot. Internet is limited to guest use only. You will also have a quiet room. Please remember during the winter we do groom the mountain, so you my have some noises... More
Hi Dr. Tony Sullivan,
We would recommend a room in the Teewinot. Internet is limited to guest use only. You will also have a quiet room. Please remember during the winter we do groom the mountain, so you my have some noises from the mountain after the lifts have closed.
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"No elevator, and all of the room require climbing a few stairs, some more than others."