Northern Michigan

Hotels in Northern Michigan

This hotel provides fireplaces, kitchenettes, and lake views at reasonable prices. Don’t miss the pool on summer stays.

Quaint hand-carved signs mark the streets that lead to the Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn.

This old-world inn pairs vineyard views with amazing breakfasts (it also has a winery and tasting room).

Built in the grand hotel style of the 1930’s, the hotel's weathered years of neglect—a symbol of the region’s economic highs and lows—but was renovated in 1997.

Traditional Victorian resort along Lake Michigan's shore with a world-class golf club featuring 3 Arthur Hills-designed courses.

This hotel earned our T+L 500 award, thanks to its beautiful waterfront location and embarrassment of amenities. Enjoy the gardens!

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.

Colonnaded 19th-century summer resort, complete with lawn games and after-dinner dancing, on a bluff overlooking Lake Huron. Every couple of year, the legendary 1887 Grand Hotel unveils an addition, such as the Gate House restaurant, where gentlemen can finally dine sans coat and tie.

The property, at the tip of Hamlin Lake, offers pet-friendly, outdoorsy cottages and three fire pits for build-your-own campfires.