The Stylish Western Ski Town Even Non-skiers Will Love
"Glossy dark-green wainscoting and Woolrich blankets confer a level of sophistication upon the simple but stylish converted motel rooms; locally sourced mini-bar snacks and C.O. Bigelow bath products speak to a modern clientele that values great coffee, microbrewed beer, and a good mattress over white-gloved butler service."
Dog Sledding and Wolf-Watching in Wyoming, With a Boutique Hotel as Home Base
"After a proper musher’s lunch of homemade chili, cornbread, hot apple cider, and huckleberry chocolates, I head back to Jackson to get situated at the cozy Anvil Hotel, a 49-room converted ski lodge built in the 1950's."
"Glorietta Trattoria is a new convivial Italian restaurant with a wood-fire stove and upbeat atmosphere. Start at the bar with a Perma Grin (blanco tequila, grilled pineapple, lime juice and smoked sea salt), or..."
"Motels – those roadside inns that are such a big part of Americana – are making a comeback....The Anvil Hotel in Jackson, Wyoming, is a renovation of a 1950s ski motel, located in the mountain town of Jackson Hole."
"Ski hills, even the small ones, are ramping up their offerings to entice you back in the warmer months...there’s surprisingly even more to do in the summer at Snow King, the community ski hill that rises from downtown Jackson."