The Hatchet Resort - Moran43.82511, -110.35868
The grand Hatchet Resort is a great place in a mountain area of Moran.
Major Moran sights, such as Teewinot Chairlift and Bridger Gondola are located nearby. 141 km to Idaho Falls.
A 45-minute drive will take guests to Jackson Hole airport.
Hatchet Resort features non-smoking rooms complete with climate control, cable TV with on-demand movies, multi-channel television, a dressing area and a work desk. They also have a microwave, a dishwasher and a fridge available for self-catering.
Eat & Drink
Breakfast is offered in the restaurant every morning.
Guests are welcome to use a designated place for smoking, a vending machine and a gift shop for general purposes and computer equipment, a business center and a conference room for business needs.
Leisure facilities in Hatchet Resort include a night club, a sun terrace and a picnic area.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 31.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
On-site car park
Children's play area
- Room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Children's menu
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Spa centre
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Paid films
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Queen-size beds
In the Room
Close to Grand Teton Nat'l Park. Good food in the restaurants.
No coffee makers or tissue paper in the rooms.
Further from airport than advertised, at least 40 minutes
Large, clean and nice room with a great shower. Good location in Grand Teton NP, only a few minutes away from Moran Junction. We would always stay at this hotel again.
It was in the "boondocks," which I will take the hit on that because I was unfamiliar with that area. The staff was mediocre, to say the least. Overall, they were not friendly. When we first went in, the desk clerk was on the phone in another room, with her back to us, and she didn't bother to even turn around and acknowledge us. My wife said, "is anybody here?" She still didn't acknowledge us until she was off the phone. If we would have had other options, we would have left the premises. One other thing. During the night, there were no lights on outside; all was dark.
It was in a beautiful setting - which we saw when we got up in the morning. Very rustic - breakfast was great - (but at added cost). Beautiful drive into the Teton Park in the morning.
First of all, it was very difficult to locate around 10 pm when we finally arrived. We had to call to make sure we hadn't passed it on the unlit road. Very basic accommodation - the beds were very hard, thin mattresses. There were no hairdryers or coffee makers (my husband thinks this is because the room is totally wood and for fire safety sake?) - I guess you could call it an "experience" - one that men would prefer.....road construction had started last week. Gas was about 50 cents higher at this location, but convenient.
The best food I have ever had. The ribs and brisket was sooo good I would go back just for the food and people.
The price was right and it was near both Yellowstone and Teton Parks.
The room had just the basics and the furnishings, curtains, bedspreads and other bedding looked like they had been around for years. The pillows were not only uncomfortable, they had an odd smell to them. Although the curtains in the bathroom were dark you could see through them and they were so skimpy that we used three towels to cover the window. The menu in the hotel book in the room said breakfast was $2 cheaper than it actually was when we odered the next morning...obviously the book had not been updated either. The breakfast was fair but the coffee left a lot to be desired. It was lukewarm even when the waitress came by and refilled our cups. We were very disappointed in our stay and the worst thing was that we had booked it for two nights. Needless to say we did not have breakfast there the last morning!
No coffeemakers in rooms
The hotel is close to the southern entrance of the Tetton and Yellowstone park.
I never recommend to reserve the hotel. Staffs are not nice to guests and every equipments are dirty. Wi-fi is not free and expensive. Restaurant is bad in terms of hygiene and their serving is not professional but they charge 20 service charge as default. You can imagine what every forks and nives were used for what foods previously.
The views are fabulous. The decor, with the exception of the elk head, is nice.
The desk clerk was brusque, but the other staff was competent and friendly. There was a wad of hair in shower before we used it and the corner where the mouse trap was located was very dirty. Over the bed was an elk mount. It was dirty and looming when lying in bed. The fur was missing from its chin! A very disconcerting addition of local color. The directions to the location were not clear and we did not get a call back when we asked for clear directions.
Good quiet place for the price.
The service doed not worth the high price. No hot water, no hair dryer in my stay. Some Beatles on my bed. Too disgusting.
unfriendly front desk and very expensive rate. Very little choice on the dinning surround.
Manager's attitude totally irresponsible, uncooperative and unpleasant.
It was very quiet, everyone was very friendly, food was great, atmosphere was great.