Featured Historical Resorts and Lodges in Michigan
In 1887, the Grand Hotel opened and was billed as a summer retreat for vacationers arriving from Chicago, Erie, Montreal and Detroit by lake steamer. Room rates at that time ranged from three to five dollars per night. Although the overnight rates have changed over time, the classic design, friendly service and amazing accommodations options have...
Oak Cove celebrate its 100th anniversary this past year, and its original building is now the main lodge. The property is full of antiques, and the original iron bed frames still occupy the lodge's bedrooms. You'll enjoy your meals in the historic dining room or on the deck overlooking Lake Cora.
Gun Lake has been a vacation destination since the 1800s, and Bay Pointe Inn has been a part of that history since 1906. Originally built as a family summer home, it retains its historic charm to this day. Come experience this unique destination for yourself!
For generations, people have come to Frankenmuth to be greeted with warm Bavarian hospitality, home-cooked German dinners and cozy beds. Sample Michigan's largest selection of German beers. Step into the heart of Europe – without a passport! It's the best way to experience the richness of German culture, in Michigan!
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