I've had to travel throughout the world to live up to my corporate commitments. After hogging the net for hours I finally settled down with the Park Shore Resort. Their long list of clientele reviews gave me an assurance that I was venturing for the best. Designed for business travelers like me who just need an overnight accommodation, the Park Shore Resort made sure to lavish me with all their comforts. King size rooms with a warm decor is what they provided. It was the perfect setting for corporate guests prior to their daily work obligations. I simply loved the experience and would make it a point to drop by each time I visit that part of the state.
100 Grand Traverse Village BlvdAcme, MI 49610
From Business: Grand Traverse Resort and Spa is located 7 miles from downtown Traverse City and 10 miles South of Elk Rapids, serving as your launchpad to exploring Northern Mic…
We had the opportunity to stay at the Antinquities Wellington Inn in Traverse City. We've stayed at several bed and breakfast inns and this by far surpasses any other my husband and I have experienced. The art deco carriage house was warm, inviting and meticulous maintained. The period appointments throughout the inn were absolutely beautiful. The Wellington is located in a picture perfect neighborhood and ideally located to downtown. Barb and Hank Rishel, the owners of the inn made our stay not only comfortable but most memorable. We would highly recommend the Wellington Inn. You won't be disappointed! Kacy and John Guilliam
We just returned from Mac's Landing and had a wonderful time. The resort is situated on a multi acre parkland camp like setting on one of the most beautiful lakes in northern Michigan. Our cabin, although rustic, contained everything we needed for cooking and comfort. The staff was very pleasant and helpful with local information. We would highly recommend Mac's Landing for young couples, families or anyone seeking relief from the daily pressures of urban existance. Jim and Lynnda Erickson