Named Condé Nast Traveler’s “Best Small Hotel in the World” for three consecutive years, the Hotel Iroquois on Michigan’s breathtaking Mackinac Island is a treasured family getaway. A seasonal stunner, this classically sophisticated and intimate hotel captivates first-time visitors and longtime guests with its singular combination of beautifully decorated guest rooms and suites, fine dining and unparalleled waterfront location.
Located at the end of Main Street, Hotel Iroquois owes its architectural elegance to the design sensibilities of a turn-of-the-century blacksmith who built the stately Victorian-style showplace directly on the storied Straits of Mackinac. An inn since 1904, the McIntire family purchased it in 1954 and has elevated hospitality to an art form in the sixty years since. Today, the Iroquois experience begins the moment you step off the ferry and a friendly porter collects your bags. From horse-drawn carriage rides and bicycling to mornings that begin with the hotel’s signature lemon blueberry muffins, a more serene and picturesque setting is difficult to imagine.