Hotels in Michigan
Quaint hand-carved signs mark the streets that lead to the Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn.
This small inn showcasing art and antiques prides itself on pampering—evening candlelight cocktails, farmstead breakfasts, and well-appointed love nests.
Colonnaded 19th-century summer resort, complete with lawn games and after-dinner dancing, on a bluff overlooking Lake Huron. Every couple of years, the legendary 1887 Grand Hotel unveils an addition, such as the Gate House restaurant, where gentlemen can finally dine sans coat and tie.
Shuttered for almost a quarter-century, this grand 1924 hotel is undergoing a $200 million makeover courtesy of Westin. The stunning limestone and brick Italian Renaissance-style exterior has been lovingly preserved, while the interior is being gutted and readied for guests by October 1, 2008.
Traditional Victorian resort along Lake Michigan's shore with a world-class golf club featuring 3 Arthur Hills-designed courses.
This old-world inn pairs vineyard views with amazing breakfasts (it also has a winery and tasting room).
This modern boutique hotel offers rooms with views of surrounding New Buffalo, fine linens, and fireplaces, plus outdoor seating.
Stately and sophisticated brick hotel with European-style interiors, in a posh Detroit suburb that's convenient to the city.
The Atheneum certainly has location working for it: it’s right in the heart of Greektown’s vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene and convenient to theaters, Comerica Park, and Ford Field football stadium.