Which hotel features over 2,000 uncirculated silver dollars from 1921 in their infamous bar?
If you guessed The Wort Hotel (1941) in Jackson, Wyoming, you guessed correctly!
At The Wort 2,032 uncirculated 1921 silver dollars line the top of the famous S-shaped mahogany bar.
A AAA Four-Diamond hotel, designated a National Historic Landmark hotel by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, The Wort has been a Jackson Hole landmark since 1941 when John and Jess Wort carried out their father's dreams of opening Jackson's first luxury hotel. With its Tudor Revival architecture and rustic interiors, The Wort Hotel and Silver Dollar Bar and Grill immediately became the central gathering place where on any given day one might see community leaders, skiers, cowboys, business people, visitors, and more.
The Wort Hotel combines the intimacy of a fine western lodge with the exceptional service of a grand hotel. Recently restored, the hotel now boasts spacious guest rooms and suites, each individually appointed with warm New West décor, making it the perfect retreat after a day spent playing in the mountains of Jackson Hole and Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
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