(4.5 / 5)
The Rusty Parrot is a small family run hotel in Jackson, Wyoming, catering to travelers. The 32 room establishment is probably Jackson’s most famous lodge. The Rusty Parrot is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and has been awarded the AAA Four-Diamond award for 18 years.
The standard features in every room include fine linens, terry cloth robes, flat screen TV with satellite reception, free wireless internet, and L’Occitane bath amenities. Some guests have said that the beds are some of the most comfortable you can get in a hotel of this size. There are top brand mattresses with European down comforters and pillows. Guests have been known to come back and purchase entire beds and beddings!
For a little bit more, guests can get a room with a King-size bed or two queen size beds with a fireplace. The Deluxe Double Queen room is the most luxurious room with 325 square feet, oversized tubs, a fireplace and Italian linens.
Guests at the Rusty Parrot can dine at the 32-seat Wild Sage bar and restaurant within the establishment. The culinary fare on offer mainly features local flavors and ingredients. Guests can enjoy local game and meat, organically produced fruits and vegetables, fish and seafood along with great dessert from local delicacies.
Guests have been pleasantly surprised by the cookie and hot cider bar open from 4 p.m. The Wild Sage has in the past won Wine Spectator’s “Award of Excellence.”
The Spa at Rusty Parrot offers massage therapy, facial and skin therapy, and full body treatment. It is manned by fully qualified massage therapists and estheticians using top brand skin care products.
What is good about the Rusty Parrot and Spa?
Cozy and quiet – The small establishment feel of the Rusty Parrot is ideal for those looking for some quiet and solace.
Top line luxury – With its premium services, accommodation facilities and dining, the Rusty Parrot is up there with bigger and more famous 5-star establishments.
Scenic views – The Rusty Parrot has amazing views of the Grand Teton. Guests can sight different animals and birds from the hotel.
Courteous staff – The staff are friendly and very helpful helping to set up the fireplace, and even pointing out local game and landscape attractions.
What is not so good?
Pricing – The luxury does not come cheap. Prices start at $400 and can go up to $500 depending on the demand.
No fireplace in some rooms – Not all rooms have fireplaces, which many guests will expect to find in their rooms.