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Hotels in Michigan

Visitors to Michigan request a nice selection of accommodations at great prices, and that is just what we provide. Detroit hotels overlooking the river are a nice option if you are touring Motown Historical Museum and the Henry Ford Estate. To locate discount Ann Arbor hotels near the University of Michigan, our guide breaks it down for you. You will be pleased with the vast selection of hotels at unbelievably low prices we offer.

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When you think of Michigan, you likely think of Detroit, its largest city and hub of the Motor Cities National Heritage Area. The automobile was born here, and that business continues as part of its economy. Located on the Detroit River, there are a variety of Michigan hotels in every price range for your convenience.

Begin your area exploration at the Automotive Hall of Fame; next, proceed to the Henry Ford Estate, now a National Historic Landmark. Are you a sports’ lover? The NFL, NBA and NHL all have competitive franchises in Detroit! A high note of your visit might be a guided tour of the Motown Historical Museum where you can groove to the music and see Michael Jackson’s sequined glove. Just across the Canadian Border is the city of Windsor, easily reached via Tunnel Bus for a nice day trip.  

The Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan is surrounded by Great Lakes Huron, Michigan and Superior; at the very northern tip, you can cross the bridge over to Mackinac Island State Park’s auto-free zone to explore pristine waters, forests and historic monuments. Tahquamenon Falls State Park, in eastern UP, is notable for its remarkable cascading waterfalls and for being the land of Longfellow’s Hiawatha. In the Lower Peninsula near Empire, you can climb a huge dune for a view of Glen Lake, tour a restored logging village and fish along 35 miles of Lake Michigan’s coast at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

Get back to city life in the capital city of Lansing, about halfway between Detroit and Grand Rapids; Grand Rapids is roughly 40 miles from Lake Michigan. Ann Arbor, just west of Detroit, is home to the University of Michigan. The area about a hundred miles north of Detroit is referred to as the Great Lakes Bay Region with cities such as Saginaw, Bay City and Midland, where you can enjoy waterfront recreation and family fun. The Great Lakes State offers a varied playground – plan your visit today!

Best Michigan Parks

Mackinac Island State Park

Over 80% of the island is within the park, and people seem to get around just fine even though no cars are allowed! Features include unusual limestone formations, caves and scenic views above Lakes Huron and Michigan. Tour Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, built in 1892; kids love 1770s-era fort and fur trading village, Colonial Michilimackinac. Find Discount Hotels near Mackinac Island State Park.

Michigans Adventure

Nearly 40 rides, from tame to thrilling, are found at this theme park. Add to that a lazy river, a wave pool and exciting wet and wild rides at WildWater, and this park duo is just what you need to get your heart pumping! Rent a cabana for a great home base, and off you go. Fun for the whole family and priced right. Find Discount Hotels near Michigans Adventure.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Colorful sandstone rock cliffs stretching along the Lake Superior shoreline from Sand Point to past Spray Falls, settling gently into Twelvemile Beach, set the stage for this wondrous park. Hike 42 miles of the North Country National Scenic Trail and take a summertime guided tour of Au Sable Light Station, built in 1873-74. Waterfalls abound in this area, too! Find Discount Hotels near Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Get your bearings on the 7-mile Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive which gives you awesome views of dunes, Lake Michigan, Glen Lake and the Manitou Islands. Climb the huge dune, hike through the Maple/Beech forest, tour the U.S. Coast Guard Museum and visit a restored circa-1900 lumbering village, Glen Haven. Winter weekends bring popular ranger-led snowshoe hikes. Find Discount Hotels near Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

The star of the show is the Tahquamenon River and its Upper Falls, over 200 feet across and with a drop of almost 50 feet. You will find 16 miles of the North Country Trail, four miles of groomed ski trails, a nice 17 mile canoeing route and abundant wildlife viewing opportunities. Find Discount Hotels near Tahquamenon Falls State Park.

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