Amangani, located on the edge of East Gros Ventre Butte Jackson Hole, near Yellowstone National Park, has a magnificent view of the grand Tetons and Snake River Valley below. It is a year-round destination acting as a premier ski resort from December through March, and the ideal base for exploring the magnificent natural surroundings in the warmer months.
The year-round temperature range is 2°F to 25°F (January), 22°F to 48°F (April), 41°F to 81°F (July) and 24°F to 57°F (October).
English is the most common language.
The dollar is the unit of currency in the USA. Money changers and ATMs can be found at local banks. Amangani also facilitates currency exchange at a service fee of 5%.
A house doctor is available at Amangani. The nearest clinic is approximately 10 minutes away and the closest hospital is in the town of Jackson, about 10 - 15 minutes drive to the resort.
110 volts/ 60 cycles. Converters for 220-volt appliances as well as plug adaptors are available.
Accommodations, taxes and resort fees
Amangani’s Spa and Fitness Centre features two exercise studios, four treatment rooms and separate steam rooms for men and women. A variety of one-on-one programmes are offered in the Wellness Studio, including Body Shaping, FitBall training, yoga, Active Isolated Stretching and personal training. The Fitness Centre is equipped with two ellipticals, one recumbent bike and two treadmills. Free weights and an exercise station are also available. Both exercise studios are finished in redwood and offer views over the swimming pool and the valley to the Snake River Range beyond.
The Spa’s treatment menu includes a range of massages, facials and healing therapies. In the wet room, mud, salt and seaweed body treatments are available. Manicures and pedicures are offered in the Beauty Salon.
Both the men’s and women’s steam rooms feature slate floors and walls. Treatments can be enjoyed within the steam rooms.
Massages and other treatments as well as fitness sessions can be enjoyed by the swimming pool or in the privacy of guest suites.
The water pavilion offers hydrotherapy treatments. Beyond the large reception lounge is an outside area containing a stone-lined, step-pool (heated in winter) with magnificent desert views. Also on offer are a steam room, dry sauna and cold plunge pool.
During floatation therapy the water and air temperature match the body temperature and this assists in quieting sensory stimulation, allowing for an internal focus that is highly meditative.
Treatment Rooms & Terraces
The spa offers five treatment rooms (one double and four single) and each features a dressing room, treatment area, steam shower and bathroom.
The couple’s suite offers open-air views of the surrounding mesas. There are also two outdoor treatment terraces providing beautiful desert views.
Fitness Centre, Yoga Pavilion & Pilates Studio
The spacious, light-filled fitness centre is equipped with the latest in cardiovascular and weighttraining machinery, while the yoga pavilion features elegant bamboo floors and views of a mesa wall. The Pilates studio is fully equipped with reformers and other Pilates-specific equipment.
Offering manicures and pedicures, the salon is the ideal venue in which to finish a visit to the spa.
High Speed Internet Access
Wireless broadband connections are available in all suites and public areas.
Take to the flatlands, the wetlands, the valleys and the buttes of Jackson Hole with your own personal guide.
GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Grand Teton Music Festival is celebrated each year in July and August with orchestral and chamber concerts, special
tributes and musical events for all ages.
SNOWCAT POWDER SKIING
For adventure skiers, snowcats take guests to the thigh-high powder at the top of Peaked Mountain, the summit of a 732-metre (2,400-foot) vertical drop where skiers can expect to fit in eight to 10 runs a day.
Dog-sledding is a popular winter activity. Half-day and full-day treks take you through the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Grill Dining Room
The Grill is a 65-seat dining room open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The redwood-panelled walls and ceiling, specially-commissioned artwork, a wood-burning fireplace and magnificent views of the mountains lend a mood of stylish comfort. The restaurant offers banquette seating as well as chairs of rawhide and rattan, while tables are of black terrazzo. Slate floors are warmed with rugs. The Grill specialises in local, sustainable ranch meats, fresh fish and seasonal farm to table produce. Dinners and receptions can be arranged in the private dining room, and guests can also enjoy in-suite dining. Picnic lunches can be prepared with advance notice. The Bar is defined by rugged sandstone columns, half-a-dozen wrought-iron bar stools and intimate, window-side pairings of tables and chairs. In the summer, drinks can be taken out onto the terrace.