In 1905, Bosch Brewing opened the Hotel Michigan on the corner of 6th & Oak. It housed 26 hotel rooms and offered a Cafe, Pub with its Men's Smoking Room and the hotel lobby. Over the years, the 2nd & 3rd floors were converted to apartments for less transient patrons. Two of these are now available for overnight lodging on a year round basis. Both have free wireless internet access.
The Corner Walk-Up overlooks the bustling Sixth & Oak intersection. It is well appointed with a cheery kitchen, a main room with a full-size bed and a private bath with a large claw-foot tub. It is well suited for the single traveler or a friendly couple and has ample room for rollaways if requested. Renting by the night of by the week.
The Angler Suite overlooks Oak Street. It has a separate bedroom with a full-size bed, a living room with a twin daybed, a complete kitchen and a private bath with shower. This suite would easily accommodate 4 travelers.
The Michigan House Cafe & Brew Pub are located on the first floor of the hotel.
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