Teton Village’s oldest and most unique lodge has been bringing a touch of Bavarian flavor to the mountain since 1965. The lodge’s original owners were Swiss and German, and they designed the Alpenhof to echo the country inns of their home in the Alps: gingerbread-house balusters, roaring fireplaces, and ornately carved wooden beams. Similarly, the in-house Alpenrose Dining Room (winter only) serves up all manner of strudels, schnitzels, and raclettes. Rooms are all a little different, featuring hard-carved Bavarian-style furnishings and stenciled art on the walls; some have their own fireplaces and/or balconies. The suites are particularly nice, with lots of space and roomy decks.