Amangani - Fauna Travel
Lodge with view of the Teton Range / Courtesy of Aman

Amangani is a nature resort set on the edge of a cliff with spectacular views of the Teton Mountains. Located near Jackson Hole, Wyoming it is a luxurious base for the discerning skier, hiker, or fisher. While there are innumerable outdoor adventures in the area, Aman properties excel best at designing an indoor environment for comfort. Suites include king beds, deep soaking tubs, floor-to-ceiling windows, and large decks. The resort’s Health Center features two exercise studios, four treatment rooms, and separate steam rooms for men and women. Additionally, the outdoor pool is heated to a pleasant 86°F for year-round swimming.

For those booking Amangani as part of an American West itinerary, Aman has created driving journeys complete with luxury cars to explore Utah’s natural wonders.

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restaurant, pool, spa, wifi, business center, concierge


All ages welcome. Suites and babysitting services available.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, United States
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