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Soon to be Rockwell Inn (new name same owners)  307.733.2648
Soon to be Rockwell Inn
(new name same owners)
307.733.2648

The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites

Comfort, Elegance & Tradition in Downtown Jackson, WY

 

Conveniently located in the heart of Jackson, WY, The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites is a family-owned hotel with deep roots in Jackson’s historic Western community. Our commitment to quality, service, and sustainability is tried and true.

The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites is a finely appointed hotel known for its outstanding amenities and customer service. Travelers will enjoy The Lexington’s comfort and Western hospitality, and our knowledgeable staff will help you choose the perfect adventures in Jackson Hole.

History
The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites was founded, in 1970, as the Trapper Inn, by the Kudar family. After 40 years of successful operation, a major expansion and remodeling project was completed in 2006, elevating the sophistication of the hotel’s offerings. In 2009, The Trapper Inn became part of The Lexington Collection yet still maintains its local pedigree with the leadership of Diana (Kudar) and Tim Waycott.

And in the Spring of 2012, The Lexington Hotel & Suites completed our most recent phase of upgrades. The Courtyard rooms have been completely remodeled with careful attention to every detail. These rooms have been stripped to the core, reconstructed and appointed with beautiful, luxury finishings.

Accommodations
As a unique, family-owned hotel, The Lexington at Jackson Hole boasts a wide variety of finely furnished guest rooms. Our two Queen Suites & Luxury King rooms offer a spacious, modern luxury. Our courtyard rooms, completely renovated in Spring of 2012, offer a traditional space with added amenities like heated tile flooring. Explore our rooms and suites.

Is it “Jackson” or “Jackson Hole”?
“Jackson” refers to the actual town of Jackson, which was incorporated in 1914. “Jackson Hole” refers to the entire valley area, including the communities of Wilson, Teton Village, Kelly, Moran, and Jackson.

The name references Davey Jackson, a beaver trapper of local fame, as well as a geologic feature called a hole, where the land continuously sinks due to plate tectonics. For many years, The Lexington’s home was referred to as “Jackson’s Hole” but, now, you’ll notice the old apostrophe has been dropped. So, both terms are accurate, depending on whether you are discussing the town or the valley area.

The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites has a convenient, center-of-everything location in downtown Jackson, Wyoming. Located just 1.5 blocks Jackson’s famous Town Square, guests are close to dining, shopping, entertainment, as well as wilderness adventures and outdoor recreation.

Sustainability In Jackson

The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites is dedicated to protecting and preserving the delicate natural environment of the Greater Yellowstone region by implementing environmentally sustainable operating practices. Learn More

Bicycle Friendly Business

The Lexington became Jackson Hole’s only hotel to receive a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Business Award! We welcome bicyclists touring through the Tetons and encourage all our guests to explore this beautiful area by bike. See our Adventure Travel Package for more details.

Meet The Staff

Max Waycott

Front Desk Team

I was born and raised in Jackson Hole, I have recently moved to Colorado to peruse hotel management at Colorado State University. I am a ski bum at heart and love the outdoors. I plan on moving back to Jackson Hole after school to run the family hotel.

Phil and Carol Fulbright

Front Desk Team

Born and raised on a cattle ranch in Eastern Montana. Later moving to the Western part of the state where I met my bride of 52 years now. We bought our first property where we raised sheep. I learned to shear sheep to help save on expenses. I worked a full-time job along with training horses on the side to help support our ranch. My bride was a stay at home mother of two and took care of the sheep and milking the cow along with doing the lambing while I was on the road shearing. We later sold our property and went shearing full time for our livelihood. In 1989 we took a summer job in Teton National Park as shearing was seasonal spring and fall. On the 15th of June 89 I had a job-related accident that thrust us into the Hospitality industry full time as I couldn’t continue to shear. We retired from Hotel management in 2011. I now work part-time for something to do. We recently purchased a 9-acre place south of Jackson where I plan on getting a couple of saddle mules for me and my bride to get away on some weekend trips in the hills. We are blessed with two children, 6 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren.

Ashley Robinson

Front Desk Team

I grew up in Los Angeles and decided to leave home at the age of 17 to start college. I graduated in 2019 with a B.S. Degree in Recreation, Hospitality, and Parks Management; emphasis in Resort and Lodging Management with a minor in Marketing. I enjoy indoor activities and the beautiful scenery of the outdoors. Living in Jackson has allowed me the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful sights I have seen in my life; including mountain views and vast forests. I look forward to seeing more of Jackson and its people, which are some of the kindest people I have ever met.

Elden Doloroso

Group Rooms Coordinator

Growing up in Southern California allowed me the opportunity to spend much of my time outdoors. And as a youngster, I was fortunate enough to be able to participate in the Boy Scouts of America taking monthly camping excursions. When not on trips with family or with the troop, I was always outside on my skateboard, BMX bicycle, climbing, surfing, or playing volleyball at the beach. You could say that it was hard to keep me indoors at all. After serving in the United States Navy as a mechanical engineer stationed in Little Creek, VA, and deployed in the Caribbean and Mediterranean seas for much of that time, I returned to Los Angeles to study Economics at California State University in Long Beach. I worked in several fields from operations management at a major retailer, commercial banking, investment banking, and then merchandising project management in the packaging industry, I pursued self-employment as a wellness advisor. My studies as an advisor of health and wellness brought me to the conclusion that living as close to nature as possible is the best way for human beings to live. So my wife and I sold most our possessions, to find work in our National Parks. We spent our first summer in Glacier National Park serving as volunteers in Bear Management. Since the majority of the park is closed during the winter months, we had to find employment elsewhere until much of the wildlife comes out of hibernation again in the spring. We serendipitously found our way to Jackson Hole and have been more than excited to discover this wonderful area. I spend most of my days off hiking in the Tetons, snowboarding at the resort, shooting my recurve bow at the local outfitters, letting go of the day at the yoga studio, then ending the day either cooking from scratch at home or enjoying one of the many great eateries that the town has to offer.
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La Tanya Battle

Front Desk Team

Born and raised in sunny San Diego.I am 26 years old and never did much traveling; one day whilst contemplating life in my cubicle at Geico Auto Insurance I googled jobs in Alaska. I always wanted to visit to experience the wildlife and culture, I applied and 3 weeks later I was working on a boat in Ketchikan Alaska. A year later I am now working in Jackson, Wyoming. I am looking forward to being buried in snow, I have already seen so much wildlife (elk, deer,moose, fox ) and will soon begin my adventures in Yellowstone and Teton National Park.
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Ryan Hosak

Front Desk Team

Originally from Texas, I doubled majored in business at the University of Houston. Upon graduation, I headed west and spent over 5 years in northern New Mexico. Primarily Taos. There I experienced a renaissance of sorts, falling in love with the Rocky Mountains and the amazing lifestyle only the American West can bring. There I became a passionate snowboarder, avid whitewater rafter and general fiend for supreme natural beauty. In 2019 that love brought me to Jackson, where I joined the amazing team here at the Lexington. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is among the most beautiful, truly magical places on Earth. Consider myself blessed each day I get to call this wondrous place home!

Housekeeping

Team

At the Lexington at Jackson Hole our amazing housekeeping team works around the clock to make sure everything is in top condition at all times. Proving our dedication to providing guests with great service by receiving top awards every year since 2010

Ed Krajsky

General Manager

I moved to the Jackson area in 1978 from Florida for a summer job and never left. I have worked for years inside both Yellowstone and Teton National Parks and I can give you a lot of ideas on nice hikes. My wife and I love Jackson Hole and the surrounding areas. And now that our son is in college and we are not driving all over the west for hockey games, we have more time to explore again. I love to sea kayak, hike, bike ride and climb when I get the chance to do it.

Adena Chernosky

Operations Manager

I began working for Tim & Diana Waycott in 2002 as a front desk agent at what was then known as the Trapper Inn. As the company grew, I took on more responsibility, and am now the Operations Manager. Originally from Pennsylvania, I learned to snowboard at Stratton, Vermont before moving “out west” to conquer bigger mountains. I spent two years in Bend, Oregon, but during a visit to Jackson Hole I knew she had found a home and relocated immediately. When I’m not working at The Lexington, I’m snowboarding, reporting the snow conditions for Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, blogging, playing Magic: The Gathering, podcasting, or wakeboarding. It’s a busy life, but someone has to live it!

John Sherwood

Maintenance Supervisor

I moved to Jackson in January of 2008 to attend an Avalanche Safety course as a requirement for a position as Guide at Mount Rainier. I am a U.S. Army Veteran of 14 years. I have two teenage daughters and attended The University of Kentucky’s Business Information Systems program at Hopkinsville Community College. I am also an alumnus of the NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute. When I moved here I quickly found myself so at home with the total outdoor lifestyle in Teton Valley that I stayed! From training/competing in Ironman distance Triathlon to Climbing, Skiing, Hunting and Scuba Diving; Jackson has it all. You’ll surely meet me during your visit as I am always out and about. Please allow me to help you make the most of your stay by sharing my knowledge of the area’s activities. I look forward to meeting you.

Awards

The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites has proven its dedication to providing guests with great service by receiving top awards every year since 2010

Spirit Award in 2013

Vantage Hospitality’s Highest Honor

Lexcellence Award in 2012

For best overall experience

Lexcellence Award in 2010 and 2011

 For consistent guest experience

TripAdvisor

Certificate of Excellence

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