Where to Stay When Visiting Michigan
Best Locations of Where To Stay in Michigan
The best place to stay when visiting Michigan. Looking for a great cabin, campground, Bed and Breakfast or Hotel we have a list of the best places to lay your head all filtered down by the area of Michigan.
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Ludington House Bed & Breakfast was built by Antoine Cartier, a lumber baron. He had come to the Ludington area from Quebec in 1852 to seek his fortune and in 1878 built this magnificent home for his wife, Eliza and their nine children.
Caberfae Peaks Ski Resort boasts Michigan's highest lift-served peaks and some of the state's biggest vertical drops. With 34 runs, skiers and riders will enjoy the best advanced, intermediate, and novice ski runs in the state. As Michigan's closest up-north ski resort, you'll spend less time in the car and more time on the slopes.
Shanty Creek is a four-season resort featuring 72 holes of championship golf on four courses (Cedar River, The Legend, Schuss Mountain and Summit), 53 ski runs on two mountains (Schuss Mountain and Summit Mountain), 30km of cross-country skiing, a 6-lane alpine tubing park, winter sleigh rides, and Michigan’s most awarded terrain parks.
Memorable and distinctive, Amway Grand Plaza Hotel is a luxury Grand Rapids hotel located in the heart of downtown. Inspired by 16th Century architect Robert Adams, the hotel's dramatic Pantlind Lobby greets guests upon arrival.
The East Lansing Marriott is located in downtown East Lansing. One block from Michigan State University. Spartan Stadium, Jack Breslin Student Event Center and Wharton center are near by . Our hotel makes it easy to explore this wonderful college town.
Chamberlin's Ole Forest Inn, nestled high on a bluff overlooking Big Manistique Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This incredible lakeside country inn offers charming Curtis Accommodations, Casual Fine Dining, Pub, Events and Entertainment, and great area Things to Do: Area Attractions and Itineraries/Activities.