Tram Tower Townhomes Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is this location ski in/ski out?
Q: Are pets allowed in the condominiums?
A: Sorry. Pets are not allowed in these units.
Q: Do the Tram Tower Townhomes have hot tubs?
A: Some Units have Hot Tubs, but there is a communal area with a Tennis Court, Pool and Hot Tub.
Q: How far away are the Tram Tower Townhomes from Grand Teton National Park?
A: The entrance to Grand Teton National Park is only a couple minutes away from the Tram Tower Townhomes. The park offers many outdoor activities including hiking, biking, and sightseeing during the summer season.
Q: Are cribs available?
A: A: Sorry, no cribs avable for the Tram Tower Townhomes.
Q: Are rollaway beds available?
A: For your convenience, rollaway beds are available upon request. There may be an extra charge for each rollaway so be sure to ask your Jackson Hole Reservations agent upon booking.
Q: If I choose to stay in Teton Village, will I be close to any nightlife, good restaurants and shopping?
A: Teton Village has many exquisite restaurants that offer many of the finest foods that you will find anywhere in the Jackson Hole Area! In Teton Village you will find restaurants such as the Vertical, the Cascade Grill, Masa Sushi Bar, the Mangy Moose, and many more. The Mangy Moose often features live music in the evenings. Shopping is not hard to find in Teton Village either. There are many souvenir shops, clothing stores and outdoor sporting stores located at the base of the ski resort.
Q: What is the Weather like in Jackson Hole and what should I wear?
A: The weather is extremely unpredictable in Jackson Hole and in Teton Village. Whether you are coming for the winter or the summer, make sure that you bring clothes for the cold and warm weather you may experience. If you are skiing, the best way to deal with the changing conditions is to dress in layers. It is recommended to wear a good outer layer of a water proof jacket with polar fleece secondary layers. it is also recommended to best to wear polypropolene long underwear, against the skin.