The 40-suite Amangani resort clings to the western edge of East Gros Ventre Butte, some 2,135m (7,000 ft) above sea level and high above the town of Jackson. Amangani was sensitively designed, with a keen eye on embracing the wonders of its surroundings, from both sides of its Okalahoma sandstone columns and sweet smelling Pacific redwood walls. Nature reveals her power, wildlife and geology in dramatic style at Jackson Hole, and Amangani reflects this by using native materials and natural textures on a palette of ‘butte and hide’ tones. Comfort is second nature at Amangani and the 21st century has been comfortably and sympathetically incorporated while allowing the feeling of a ‘throw back’ in time to play out its rawness in full view from the resort's floor–to-ceiling walls of windows. Amangani embraces the spirit of the West without disturbing the beguiling ‘calls’ of Nature’s wild and mystical rhythms.

Jackson Hole Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Amangani Resort
Jackson Hole Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Amangani Resort
Jackson Hole Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Suite
Jackson Hole Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Outdoor Swimming Pool

    Amangani’s elegant suites are an expression of the surrounding countryside that inspired them: modern comforts, woven cowhide chairs and faux wolf throws are eased into a spacious environment using clean and simple lines creating an atmosphere that reflects the wonders and majestically aged-soul of its ‘wild west’ host. Amangani offers 29 Suites, five Deluxe Suites, two Amangani Suites, the Spring Gulch Suite, the Sena Suite, the Shoshone Suite and the Grand Teton Suite. All Suites are carpeted, air-conditioned and include a bedroom/living room and a spacious bathroom/dressing room. The living area consists of a king-size bed, fireplace, a window-side daybed for lounging, a black resin-and-terrazzo dining table, woven cowhide chairs in faux wolf fabric and a pine-stump table. Living area walls are decorated with back-lit cedar or fir planks. Sliding glass doors lead to a deck with a wrought iron table and chairs. All enjoy mountain and valley views. A deep soaking tub with a wind

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        Amangani (5*) Restaurants

        The Grill, a 65-seat dining room, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A wood-burning fireplace, redwood-panelled walls and ceiling, specially commissioned artwork and window views to the mountains lend a mood of stylish comfort. Banquette seating mixes with chairs of rawhide and rattan. Tables are of black terrazzo, and the floor is a mix of carpet and slate. The Grill specialises in creative American cuisine including steaks, chops, seafood and regionally produced organic foods. Daily chef’s choices are also featured. Private dinners and receptions are arranged in the Takoda Room, adjacent to the library and picnic lunches are available. The Bar is defined by rugged sandstone columns, half-a-dozen wrought-iron bar stools and an intimate, window-side setting of tables and chairs. In the summer, drinks can be taken out onto the adjacent terrace.

          Amangani (5*) Activities

          Health Center and Gym - Amangani’s Health Center offers exercise studios, treatment rooms and steam rooms. The gym features a range of cardio-vascular equipment and free weights. Swimming Pool and Whirlpool - Amangani’s 35m outdoor Swimming Pool is finished in frost-coloured quartzite tiles and linked to a whirlpool 10.5m². Both enjoy magnificent mountain views, especially at sunset. With a winter water temperature of about 27°C (80°F), the swimming pool can be enjoyed year-round.

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