Four Seasons has always been dedicated to the highest standards of hospitality, and is geared for the modern traveler. “Four Seasons is known for taking care of their guests; and this includes their pets,” said Nicole Burdick, Director of Sales and Marketing. “It’s a natural extension of the personalized service we provide.”
Pets can expect luxury treatment the same as their owner. “We provide dog bowls for water and food, homemade doggie treats and bandannas.” These are special accommodations for dogs, but if you have a different kind of pet, “we will find a way to accommodate them as well,” Burdick adds.
Pet owners will enjoy the “Eastern casual” atmosphere the Four Seasons provides. “Each room has very fine wood work. The idea is to bring the outdoors, indoors.” Said Kimberly Huffman, Director of Marketing. “Pets would love it here for the simple fact that they won’t be left alone. It’s policy that pet owners be with their pet at all times. We have patios which is easy access for dogs to walk in and out of. And pet owners will not only be happy that their pets are happy, but there are also amazing sights and easy ski-in/ski-out access to the Teton Mountains.”
Prices range from $500 to $900 per night. Pets are free, but only if your pooch weighs 15 lbs. or less.