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If you want stunning views and be located within a short (15-minute) driving distance to the town of Jackson, Amangani and Spring Creek Ranch are your two best options. Both resorts are set on a ridge, about a thousand feet over the Snake River Valley, and both offer spectacular vistas of the Teton Range from guestrooms and villas. The two resorts are very different in style and spirit. Here's what you need to know.
Spring Creek Ranch
This authentic mountain resort is spread out within a wildlife sanctuary that encompasses over a thousand acres. The style is rustic luxury, with many western touches. There is a main building with the reception/guest services team, fitness room, spa, and seasonal swimming pool. The hotel's celebrated restaurant, The Granary, is located nearby. Guests have the option to stay in an Inn Room, Townhouse, or freestanding Villa. All guestrooms have fireplaces and offer magnificent views.
For families and friends traveling together, the villas are a great option. Choose from a number of the resort's private residences with three, four, or five bedrooms. Every villa is one of a kind, and comes fully furnished.
Spring Creek Ranch News: The Granary restaurant is currently closed for renovations. The restaurant will reopen in Spring of 2021. In the meantime, the resort offers in-room dining to its guests.
Amangani (Peaceful Home) is a luxurious hilltop retreat. The design is modern and grand, with spacious public areas made of stone and redwood panels. Amangani offers a spa with seveal treatment rooms and a fitness center. The resort's best-known feature is its dramatic infinity pool, over one hundred feet long and open year-round.
Guests have the option to dine in the main restaurant, poolside, at the sundeck, or in their suite. Amangani is an all-suite property. Guest accommodations are located in the main building overlooking the valley below. Suites have fireplaces, generous spaces, and large terraces.
For travelers looking for more space and additional privacy, the resort offers its well-appointed Amangani Homes with four or five bedrooms, within walking distance to the main building.
Both resorts offer a wide range of experiences throughout the year, including exploring Grand Teton and Yellowstone, as well as rafting, hiking, mountain biking, wildlife safaris, and fishing from spring to fall. In winter, enjoy skiing, dog sledding, snowshoeing, snowmobile adventures, sleigh rides, and visits to Yellowstone National Park riding a snow coach.
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