On an Island with over one-thousand hotel rooms, you will be challenged to find any two the same. There are no chains and every hotel, B&B, inn and resort has its own unique appeal. Mackinac Island is home to more than 40 hotels to fit every taste and every budget.
Experience the nostalgia of a historic Mackinac Island inn or the charm of an island bed & breakfast by booking your stay at the Island House Hotelthe islands oldest hotel, or at an all-suites property such as the Lilac Tree Hotel. Other great choices include the tranquil setting of the Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast, or the Victorian-style Inn on Mackinac. When it opened in 1867, this family-run inn was known as Chateau Beaumont in memory of Dr. William Beaumont, the renowned army surgeon that perfected many medical advancements during his tenure at Fort Mackinac.
The 385-room Grand Hotel offers a classically elegant experience that is unforgettably extraordinary. From the individually decorated room decor to afternoon tea in the parlor and dressing for dinner in the main dining room, a visit to Grand Hotel is just that--grand.
Celebrate the island at a resort brimming with excitement, adventure and packed full of activity. Located at the east end of Mackinac Island visitors will find Mission Point Resort, the only full service casual resort on the island. Nestled high above the downtown area, youll find The Inn at Stonecliffe and Sunset Condominiumsboth featuring unique views of the Straits of Mackinac.
If youre looking for a less remote lodging locationsomething closer to the islands business centeryoull find several options just steps from the waters edge, nightlife and hustle of Main Street. Enjoy an overnight at the turn-of-the-century Chippewa Hotel; or make plan to cozy-up in the heart of downtown at the Murray Hotel; or prepare for poolside relaxation at the Lake View Hotel--the islands only property with an indoor pool.