The Silver Dollar Bar & Grill is open for dine-in and curbside pickup service. We will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with continued safety measures in place.
The Wort continues to make the health and safety of our guests, employees, and community our top priority. General Manager, Jim Waldrop, says “Our goal along with our public health officials and our elected officials is to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 virus on our community. With a united effort we believe we can return to normalcy in short order. We are very sorry for any inconvenience, thank you for understanding and we look forward to welcoming you back soon."
The Wort Hotel and the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill, are closely monitoring national, state and local public health department orders and recommendations, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, government mandates, state ordinances, town ordinances, and public health advancements to offer the highest standard of cleanliness in the age of COVID-19. For more information, please see our detailed health and safety plan below.
Are you open?
We are open for all travelers! Please call the front desk at (307) 733-2190 or click the “book now” button on the top right of this screen to receive a quote.
Are face masks required?
Currently, there is a town ordinance in effect until August 14th requiring all persons to wear a face covering when they are inside a place of business.
What is your current cancellation policy?
For reservations arriving prior to December 23rd, there is a 48 hour cancellation policy. For reservations arriving on December 23rd or later, our standard 14 day cancellation policy applies.
What extra steps are you taking to clean and sanitize?
At The Wort Hotel our standard cleaning procedures are based on hospital standards. Since COVID-19, we have placed an extra emphasis on disinfecting high-touch areas in rooms and public areas with products that have been pre-approved by the EPA "for use against emerging enveloped viral pathogens and can be used during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Our housekeeping employees wear gloves, sanitize every surface with a 70% alcohol-based sanitizer and are washing their hands after cleaning every room.
On April 10th, The Wort Hotel was awarded the AAA ‘Best of Housekeeping’ property for 2020. AAA’s Inspector’s Best Of Housekeeping award recognizes AAA Inspected & Approved hotels that receive the highest possible cleanliness and condition scores, giving travelers another important indication of what it means to be a AAA top-rated hotel in North America.
Is your bar/restaurant open?
Yes, we are open for daily dine-in service including breakfast, lunch, and dinner! In the dining area there will be six feet spacing between tables to in order to help practice social distancing. In additional, our staff will be wearing masks as well as washing their hands between interactions with each and every table. We have also brought live music back to the Silver Dollar Showroom with our "Sit Down, Get Down" shows every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday night from 7-10pm. Room service for our in house guests will continue to operate as normal.
How many cases of COVID-19 are in Jackson?
Please visit the Wyoming Department of Health for the most current updates.
What is there to do?
Generally, all summer activities are now open including whitewater rafting, scenic floats, horseback riding, ATV tours, hiking tours, fly fishing, and more! In addition, both Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks have opened all of their entry points. Please call our concierge team at (307) 732-3926 if you are a future guest with us and would like assistance booking an excursion.
Let’s all prevent the spread of germs. Here’s how:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs.
- Avoid close contact with sick people.
- Limit contact with others, and try to preserve defensible space when possible among strangers and in public settings.
- PLEASE stay home if you are sick or are part of the vulnerable population for this disease
- Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing.