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Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel is situated on the bluff above the village overlooking the Straits of Mackinac and - in the distance - the Mackinac Bridge.From the front porch - the world's largest at 660 feet - you can look down at the well-kept gardens and enjoy the ambiance of "somewhere in time". It is no wonder that hollywood has chosen to come here more than once... the Victorian elegance has been kept intact, while offering the guest a facility with modern and comfortable surroundings. Each room at Grand Hotel has been tastefully decorated by New York designer Carleton Varney with its own special character and style. Each guest room is complete with numerous amenities including individually controlled AC, mini bar, in-room safe, cable TV, iron, and coffee maker. Breakfast and dinner daily are included in the Grand Hotel room rate, and are served in the Main Dining Room. There are many other dining options in the hotel itself or nearby, including the Carleton's Tea Store, The Jockey Club, The Gate House and more. Visit their website and familiarize yourself with the elegance and the history of this magnificent hotel. A stay on Mackinac Island at Grand Hotel is something that many guests remember as the experience of a lifetime. - 1-800-33-GRAND

Hotel Iroquois
Located on the waterfront at the western edge of town, the Hotel Iroquois is convenient to all the main-street attractions of Mackinac Island, yet far enough away to offer guests a bit of privacy from the downtown bustle. Stunning views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge are the hallmark of a stay at the Hotel Iroquois. Guests in the Tower Suite have a total of fourteen windows to gaze at the Straits and the Bridge. The other waterfront suites and rooms offer their own compelling views of the waters around Mackinac Island. You can sit on the balcony of one of the Gardenside rooms and enjoy the flowers and the charm of the street life on the island. The Hotel Iroquois has forty-six suites and guest rooms that are appointed with all the fine details and touches to make your stay relaxing and comfortable. All accommodations have queen or king beds, private bath, wireless internet service, color cable television with VCR or DVD players and telephone. - 906-847-3321

Mission Point Resort
Mission Point Resort is located on Mackinac Island, one of the most unique island destinations in the world. Guests are enchanted by Mission Point's relaxed atmosphere, award-winning cuisine, rustic fireside ambiance, rich culture, arts and activities, broad lawns and lush gardens that together create the perfect setting for renewal, inspiration and meaningful connections. Nestled on 18 acres where incredible sunrise vistas greet the gorgeous Lake Huron shoreline, Mission Point's traditional lodge ambiance and sweeping lawns are just a few horse-drawn carriage steps away from the bustle of downtown or peaceful trails in the woods of the Mackinac State Park. - 1-800-833-7711

The Inn at Stonecliffe
Discretely situated high atop the west bluff of Mackinac Island, The Inn at Stonecliffe welcomes you to experience the historic charm and unparallel beauty of this one-of-a-kind Mackinac Island summer estate hotel. Today, completely remodeled and expanded, this Edwardian style Inn & hotel celebrates its first century with an unmatched location and grand views of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge. -- Cudahy Manor: The Cudahy Manor offers 16 captivating guest rooms featuring views of the Inn's expansive grounds, the Mackinac Bridge and surrounding Straits of Mackinac. - Summer House Suites: The Summer House contains 29 richly appointed studio suites and two two-bedroom suites, decorated in a classic summer cottage style with a light Victorian influence. All Summer House suites are air conditioned and are equipped with a full size sofa sleeper, refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee maker, television, wireless internet and telephone. - 906-847-3355

Chippewa Hotel
A stay at the Chippewa Hotel puts you right in the middle of all the charms of Mackinac Island. Stay in a Harbor View waterfront room or suite and enjoy the views of the harbor and the Straits of Mackinac from your balcony. Choose a main street room and wake up to the clip-clop of the horse carriages passing along the street below. Treat yourself to the Club Level Corner Suite or the Harbor View Corner Suite and you have views of the harbor, marina and Fort Mackinac from your room. You can completely immerse yourself in the life of Mackinac Island when you stay at the Chippewa. Located at the eastern edge of downtown - just below historic Fort Mackinac - the Chippewa Hotel Waterfront offers a wide variety of rooms - from deluxe hotel rooms to one and two-bedroom suites with balconies. Guests can also relax on the scenic sun deck overlooking the harbor and enjoy the warm waters of the expansive hot tub.You can have a casual breakfast, lunch or dinner at the famous Pink Pony Dining Room and Bar, where you can eat outside on the patio watch the ferries arrive and depart from the harbor. For those who want to burn the midnight oil, the Pink Pony Bar is famous for some of the best nightlife on Mackinac Island with live entertainment nightly during the main summer season. - 1-800-241-3341

Lilac Tree Suites and Spa
With thirty-nine uniquely appointed suites, the Lilac Tree Suites and Spa reflects the French, English and American heritage of Mackinac Island. Each spacious suite has a living room and a separate sleeping room. No two suites are alike. The unique decor is accented with variations of wood, wicker and iron. Traditional antiques and modern fixtures combine to create an atmosphere that is unavailable anywhere else on the island. - 1-866-847-6575

Main Street Inn and Suites
Step back in time with an overnight stay on beautiful and historic Mackinac Island. Our well-appointed 18 rooms and suites provide comfortable elegance, perfect for honeymoon couples to large families. We offer affordable accommodations with many outstanding amenities, including a communal sitting room with pool table, cable television, and games. Our nightly turndown service includes a fudge treat, too! - 906-847-6530

Lakebluff Condos and Suites
Lakebluff Condos at Stonecliffe are situated high atop the West Bluff on beautiful Mackinac Island. There are acres of bike trails, walking trails and roads throughout and around Mackinac Island. Our accommodations have panoramic views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge with awesome sunsets on the grounds of of Stonecliffe Estate. You will find the Woods Restaurant and the Jewel Golf Course, which are both owned by the Grand Hotel. There is also an historical mansion, the Inn at Stonecliffe on the top of Mackinac Island. - 1-800-699-6927

Metivier Inn
A small lovely boutique country inn, the Metivier Inn offers 22 charming guest rooms for your stay on Mackinac Island, each including air conditioning and private baths. The rooms are uniquely and tastefully decorated in a blend of English and French country style. Most of our rooms are ideal for couples or solo travelers, as they contain one queen bed -- either a four-poster bed, a canopy bed or a wicker bed. We also offer two rooms each with a king bed, one room with two queen beds and suite with access to side wicker porch. Guests are welcome to use our cozy living room with its quaint wood-burning stove as well as the spacious comfortable wicker-furnished front porch. Gourmet continental breakfast buffets are included in the room rates. - 866-847-6234

The Cottage Inn of Mackinac Island
Located on quiet Market Street, the Cottage Inn is just one block from the downtown area. Ferry Docks, Mackinac Island State Parks, historic Fort Mackinac and the Mackinac Island Marina are only a short stroll away . Featuring a large front porch for enjoying breakfast or just relaxing while taking in the clip clop of horse & buggies passing by. Deluxe rooms and suites with all of the modern amenities - Air Conditioning - Internet Access - Flat Screen TV's/DVD - Telephone - Afternoon Tea With Famous Mackinac Island Fudge, Peanut Brittle and Carmel Corn - Private In-Room Baths Enjoy a spectacular breakfast featuring a hot egg dish, fresh baked muffins, fresh fruit, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, bagels, english muffins, cereals, juice and great coffee. - 906-847-4000

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast
Cloghaun is one of the oldest Victorian homes on the Island. Thomas and Bridget Donnelly left Ireland in 1848, and completed Cloghaun in 1884. This lovely home has been preserved by their descendants and now offers guests a tranquil, romantic interlude from the demands of everyday life. Eleven guest rooms individually designed and decorated with antiques from the late 1800's evoke a feeling of casual elegance. Cloghaun is located on Market Street, one block from the harbor and close to many fine restaurants, shops and riding stables. All boat docks are within easy walking distance. - 888-442-5929

Hart's On Mackinac Island
Make yourself at home at Hart's bed and breakfast on beautiful Mackinac Island. This special island has been a unique summer resort for over one hundred years. With the absence of motorized vehicles one may walk, bicycle, or ride a horse-drawn carriage around the island's six square miles of peaceful beauty. Hart's offers: - a convenient location on historic Market Street - lovely, affordable, newly renovated rooms with private baths - flat screen TVs - air conditioning - a complimentary continental breakfast. The rooms vary in size and sleeping accommodations. Book all the rooms for your family reunion or island wedding. - 906-847-3854

The Island House
Located a mere two blocks from downtown Mackinac Island, the Island House has the perfect balance of relaxation and convenience. Situated right on the Straits of Mackinac, the hotel is a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of the downtown area. The Island House has 93 guest rooms as well as three suites to serve your needs. Other amenities to make your stay more enjoyable include our pool house with hot tub and sauna and two full service restaurants. Originally built in 1852, the Island House was the first summer hotel on Mackinac Island. As tourism grew, the hotel was moved in from the shore and expanded. By the 1890s, it was known as the "Best Family Hotel on the Island". - 1-800-626-6304

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