If you want to take the hassle out of ski trips—loading the car every morning, finding parking, battling après-ski traffic--it
helps to stay on the mountain. But slopeside accommodations, as lovely as they are, will cost you. Especially in Jackson Hole,
Wyoming, which boasts about as many five-star resorts as moose. You may not do hostels anymore, but The Hostel, within a few
ski-boot steps of Jackson Hole’s gondola and tram, just might change your mind. With recently renovated rooms that come with
one king or four twins (and private baths), it’s more hotel-motel than college dorm. There’s daily maid service, a roaring
fireplace, TV, table tennis, plus 25-cent coffee and cocoa.
Last Reviewed September 2012