Went down to the 'ghee a couple years ago with my das. We stayed at the Best Western in Driggs. Dad called my girlfriend and I in our room and asked if we had a remote control. We said yeah, but it didn't work. My dad thought nothing of it, but when we returned to Bozeman, there was a message that if we didn't return the remote control and alarm clock from my dad's room, they would bill his credit card. My dad called the best western and told them that there was no alarm clock or remote in his room and he would consider any attempt to charge his credit card fraudulent and respond accordingly. Well, they charged his credit card. Dad is retired now, but was then a plant manager for GE. He sent an email from his corporate email about the whole thing to the ID attorney general, the Driggs chamber of commerce, the owner of the hotel, the manager of the hotel, the chairman of the board of Best Western, the representative to the board from the rockies (who owned a Best Western my dad had stayed at, he made sure to mentionn he had stayed there and wouldn't again). He got a message back from the hotel basically asking what they had to do to make him stop.
The Best western is pretty dumpy too, but there are a few chain motels in Driggs for cheap. And a couple cute little inns on the ski hill road. One of which i have heard is pretty cool called something teepee i think.
here it is Teton Teepee Lodge, (307) 353-8176. Never stayed there, but friends have told me it is pretty nice.
Free your heels, poke your eyes out!