Starting Rate: $74 Priced recently for May 29 - May 30, 2013
Mackinaw City Hotel's Guests Love Scenery, Attractions & Evening Entertainment Tucked away on the northern edge of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, the Holiday Inn Express Mackinaw City hotel is your home away from home while visiting Mackinac Island and the attractions that northern Michigan has to offer the hotel's guests. In Mackinaw City, Michigan, business travelers are sure to appreciate the scenic views on their way to their business destinations. The hotel's setting near the Mighty Mackinac Bridge allows guests to easily reach Michigan's Upper Peninsula in a matter of minutes. The hotel is located right off of I-75 at the closest exit to the bridge, making for an easy commute. This hotel is just blocks from downtown Mackinaw City. The hotel's surroundings afford leisure travelers a number of entertainment options. During the winter season, guests enjoy some of the best snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing trails in the country. Just blocks away, Mackinaw Crossings offers terrific choices for shopping, dining and entertainment. A few blocks from the Straits, guests can easily enjoy a breathtaking sunset over the water. The Holiday Inn Express Mackinaw City hotel provides you with great amenities. A relaxing indoor pool and whirlpool help you unwind during your stay. An on-site Business Center and Fitness Center are provided for your convenience. Visit historic Mackinaw City and experience the beauty for yourself.
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Year Opened: 1992
Time Zone: GMT
Fitness center on-site
The Mackinac Bridge is currently the third longest suspension bridge in the world. The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere. The total length of the Mackinac Bridge is 26,372 feet. The length of the suspension bridge
Unique and abundant shopping, activities for all. Visit the Haunted Theater, A-Maze in Mirrors, the House of Glass. Catch a movie. Eat in the Historic Depot restaurant or choose from a variety of vendors in the food court. Don't miss the free laser light
Mackinac Island is the truly "all natural" theme park of America. Limited to transportation of horse and buggy, bicycle or foot, surrounded by water, it has escaped the vast changes of time. When you step off of the Island Ferry Dock, you will be in a li
At this 1770s-era fort and fur trading village kids can immerse themselves in special children's programs like marching in uniform, participating in games, and washing laundry with a washboard and tub. Lift a fur bale, stand on a giant ground map of the G
The United States Coast Guard ICEBREAKER MACKINAW WAGB-83, known as the Queen of the Great Lakes , was built as part of the war effort during WWII to meet the heavy demands of war materials and transportation during the winter months. Decommissioned in 2
This 1892 lighthouse was considered a mansion in its time. Climb the tower and breathe in the spectacular view as generations of lighthouse keepers did before you. Step inside the lighthouse and hear the Victrola play pre-WWI tunes in a period styled sitt
Walk on the sandy beaches of the Straits of Mackinac where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron meet.
The Mackinaw City Municipal Marina has under gone many renovation projects in recent years consisting of new showers and restrooms, offices, laundry facilities, and recreation area. Open from May 1st to November 1st and within easy walking distance of dow
Many of the Ferry Boat Services offer Sunset Cruises. Call for details and schedules.
Take on a whole new view of the Straits as you parasail over Lake Michigan.
A 600 acre living history & nature park featuring nature trails, wildlife presentations & a working sawmill demonstration. Smell the sawdust as millwrights saw lumber by hand and by water. Hear the rush of Mill Creek falling onto a flutter wheel, powering
Beautiful views and a fantastic course
Cheer on lumberjacks in this fast paced competition of chopping, chain sawing, pole climbing, logrolling and more!
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