With the proximity of hot thermal springs and the influx of wealthy skiers in recent years, Jackson Hole is fertile ground for a spa culture to thrive, and so it does.
There are at least half a dozen spas in the resort’s vicinity to choose from, and many other providers of spa services such as beauticians, a wide range of therapists and masseurs on call.

Chill Spa Takes (+1 (307) 739 4055) is located on the top floor of the Hotel Terra and has a rooftop hot tub with great views, plus a couples’ suite, steam showers and an infinity pool with more stunning views out to the Tetons. Highly skilled staff use “Ultra” facial technology and other therapies.

The Teton Mountain Lodge Spa (3385 W. Village Dr.; +1 (307) 734 7111; ) is a 12,000 square foot, three-storey facility the design of which was apparently inspired by the high Alpine lakes within the Grand Teton National Park. It features ten treatment rooms including a couples' suite. There’s also a 24 person rooftop hot tub, indoor and outdoor pools, fitness centre, steam rooms and still more hot tubs.

The Avanyu Spa at Snake River Lodge (+1 (307) 732 6000) is a 17,000 square foot facility offering a huge variety of treatments, hydrotherapy and a great range of spa services and facilities.
The Body Sage Spa at the Rusty Parrot Lodge (175 N Jackson; +1 (307) 733 2000) has wonderful candlelit suites and employs expert masseurs and estheticians offering skin therapy, aromatherapy massage and much more.

The Four Seasons Spa (7680 Granite Loop Road; +1 (307) 739 5120) has been named the number one Spa in the U.S. and Canada by no less than the Travel + Leisure Magazine. It has 16 treatment rooms, separate men's and women's tranquillity lounges and a salon.

Jackson Hole Massage Therapy (430 S. Jackson St., Upstairs Suite; +1 (307) 690 1403) is another good massage service.