When you REALLY want to get away, head by ferry to Mackinac Island and stay at this historic hotel. Though it's a bit timeworn, it's still fancy, and the nightly dinner service is an experience not to be missed. (Think waiters in tailcoats attending to your every need). The island is a fun place to explore by foot or bike (no cars allowed).
820 Shelden AveHoughton, MI 49931
From Business: Property Location Located in Houghton, Magnuson Hotel Franklin Square is on a river and minutes from Mont Ripley Ski Area and Houghton–Hancock Bridge. This hotel …
7221 Main St # 103Mackinac Island, MI 49757
From Business: Our turn of the century hotel, built in 1902, has all of its original victorian charm combined with all the modern amenities that resort travelers expect. With ou…
Everyone should say here at least once. It truly is grand. The building is old and takes you back to a bygone era. Where else can you go to tea in the afternoon.
This hotel is a very luxurious and historic hotel that is a fine establishment. Its has seemed to not have been as good as it used to have been because of a new owner but it is still a respectable, high class hotel.