Great option in the Teton area
03/08/2017 karoleigh, North Carolina
Anyone who has researched hotels in in the Grand Teton National Park area will know just how expensive the hotels are. Jackson is expensive. You can hardly escape the exorbitant, over-the-top prices... more
Anyone who has researched hotels in in the Grand Teton National Park area will know just how expensive the hotels are. Jackson is expensive. You can hardly escape the exorbitant, over-the-top prices of the area. However, if you are willing to drive a bit farther outside of town to Driggs, you can get a cheaper place to stay. It's a cute town with not a whole lot to do, although there is the Western vibe, and you can find a few places to eat. It's about 50 minutes from the hotel to the Grand Teton National Park on the Moose-Wilson Road, which passes by the Teton Village.
What we liked about it:
1. The price. Lower than other places. As a bonus, you can collect Best Western points for your stay.
2. The friendly staff.
3. The Western themed hotel
4. Decent breakfast
Problems we encountered:
1. The lights in the bathroom were too bright. Perhaps they could soften them.
2. The bed was too soft and bouncy. Perhaps it's time for new mattresses.
3. The breakfast area was way too small for the number of people they had to serve. People were standing to eat, leaning over the check-in counter, and sitting on the couch in the sitting area by the lobby. Perhaps they could change the sitting area of the lobby into a breakfast area or find another room in the hotel that can more comfortably seat the overflow of guests.
4. My husband thought the shower head was too low.
We had a good stay overall. We may return to the hotel when in the area. less