Hotels in Southern Michigan
Stately and sophisticated brick hotel with European-style interiors, in a posh Detroit suburb that's convenient to the city.
This modern boutique hotel offers rooms with views of surrounding New Buffalo, fine linens, and fireplaces, plus outdoor seating.
This historic hotel is divided into two parts—the Pantlind building (designed by Grand Central Station architects Warren & Westmore), which originally opened in 1913, and the Glass Tower, a modern 1981 addition.
A newly renovated 208-room property just blocks from the neighborhood favorite, Zingerman's Delicatessen.
An intimate boutique hotel located in the heart of the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus.
This small inn showcasing art and antiques prides itself on pampering—evening candlelight cocktails, farmstead breakfasts, and well-appointed love nests.