Mackinac Island Hotels

    5 Hotels Found
    1. Grand Hotel
      Mackinac Island, Mackinac County, Michigan
      • All-Inclusive
      • Bed and Breakfast/Inn
      • Historic
      • Romantic
      Mackinac Island’s best known property, Grand Hotel is a tourist destination unto itself. Built in 1887, this big white building with a vast porch has 390 guest rooms, and charges non-guests admission to experience its preserved 19th-century grandeur. There’s plenty to do besides shop and eat at the…
    2. Hotel Iroquois
      Mackinac Island, Mackinac County, Michigan
      • Beachfront
      • Historic
      • Romantic
      One of the oldest properties on Mackinac Island, Hotel Iroquois has only been run by two families since it began operating as a hotel in 1904. With 46 rooms, it’s like a much more intimate version of the island's famous Grand Hotel, but has a similar level of style and luxury. Set on a curve of Main…
    3. Mission Point Resort
      Mackinac Island, Mackinac County, Michigan
      • Historic
      • Kid-Friendly
      • Romantic
      Mackinac Island's Mission Point Resort is a quiet alternative to the properties in the busier main part of town, but still offer's the same quintessentially old-fashioned atmosphere found elsewhere on the island. There are 239 rooms and suites in all; some feel cramped, but many have room to spread…
    4. Main Street Inn and Suites
      Mackinac Island, Mackinac County, Michigan
      • Boutique
      • Kid-Friendly
      • Romantic
      • Value
      This small boutique hotel sits right on Main Street in the middle of downtown Mackinac Island. The clean, but dated, 18 guest rooms are individually decorated with floral bedspreads, and some come with bedroom hot tubs and nice views of Main Street and the harbor. Interior rooms are less expensive…
    5. Cottage Inn of Mackinac Island
      Mackinac Island, Mackinac County, Michigan
      • Bed and Breakfast/Inn
      • Romantic
      • Value
      This small two-and-a-half pearl bed and breakfast was built in 2001, with design and decor in the style of Mackinac Island’s charming older homes, minus the creaky floorboards. It’s not quite as luxurious as some of the other island hotels, but it's popular for its quiet atmosphere, away from the 10…

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