With thousands of rooms in Jackson and the surrounding area, along with several campgrounds, visitors can generally find accommodations to suit their tastes and activity levels. Most hotels are either within walking distance of downtown Jackson or mountainside in Teton Village. Skiers should note that, unless they're planning to ski in town at Snow King, the only hotels within walking distance of the slopes are in Teton Village.
Expect to pay top dollar anywhere in Jackson Hole: Even the most basic lodging is rarely available for less than US$100 (although the fall and spring shoulder seasons do offer lower rates). High-season rates will be closer to US$200 for larger rooms with more amenities, and suites and luxurious condominiums can go for more than US$1,000.
Most bed-and-breakfast inns are upscale and oriented toward adults, with rates commonly US$200 or more for a room for two. Deals are often available online, especially Monday-Thursday during ski season or in late August when the kids head back to school. Jackson does have a hostel. Although not as expensive as area hotels, the no-frills lodging still charges resort-town rates.
Camping in Grand Teton National Park is very enjoyable, but facilities are limited, both for tent campers and RVs needing hookups: As with the hotels, make reservations early.
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