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Conference Hotels

Please note that some hotels are closed during the winter and spring seasons. Contact the Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau for more information at 906.847.3783 or visit

Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel offers a variety of rooms ranging in size and amenities, some with interior-views and others providing a splendid view of the lake. Rates are all per person, per day and include breakfast, lunch (Wednesday and Thursday) and dinner. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex accepted. One full room charge is required as a deposit.

2015 Room Rates

Grand Hotel
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Please note that during the Mackinac Policy Conference, Grand Hotel properties are only open to Conference attendees. Roommate must be registered for the Conference.

Interior rooms
Double (per person): $275
Single: $449
All lake-view rooms, some with balconies
Double (per person): $368
Single: $541

All rooms are subject to a 19.5% added change, 6% Michigan Sales tax and $8.00 per person, one time luggage fee.

All rooms are subject to a 2% Mackinac Island Assessment Fee for the Mackinac Island Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Check In is 4:00 p.m. and Check Out is 11:00 a.m.

Meal Prices for Non Guests:

Breakfast $25.00
Lunch $30.00
Dinner $75.00

Meal prices are subject to 6% Michigan sales tax.

Preferred Island Hotels

Bicycle Inn
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Rates begin at $155.00 per night.
Enjoy the newest suites and guest rooms on charming, historic Mackinac Island. Whether you choose spectacular water views overlooking Main Street or relaxing Interior Island or atrium views, you will enjoy 42″ flat screen televisions, individually controlled heat & air, wi-fi, in-room coffee, microwave, fridge, and custom premium bedding. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express accepted. Restaurant and Retail on premises. Three night reservations with full payment required as deposit.

Chippewa Hotel
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Rates begin at $180.00 per night.
This turn-of-the-century landmark is located on Main Street on the harbor’s edge. Newly renovated rooms and suites. Telephone, cable TV in each room. Restaurant and lounge on premises. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex accepted. Full payment required as deposit.

Island House
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Rates begin at $215.00 per night.
A charming Victorian hotel built in the mid-1800’s. Telephone and TV in each room. Restaurant, lounge and poolside bar and grill, plus an indoor pool, sauna and whirlpool on premises. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex accepted. Rate includes a full American breakfast buffet. Offers a two night minimum. Full payment required as deposit for three-night stay.

Lake View Hotel
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Rates begin at $279.00 per night.
Charming Victorian flair with the ambience and service of a quaint hotel. Suites with jacuzzi, restaurant and lounge on premises, plus a heated indoor pool. Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted. Offers two night minimum or three night reservation and full payment required as deposit.

Lilac Tree Suites and Spa
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Rates begin at $270.00 per night.
Located in the center of downtown, Main Street. Only a short walk up the hill to the Grand Hotel. A few skips away to the famous Pink Pony and daily entertainment. Two night minimum required.

Metivier Inn
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All guest rooms are air-conditioned with private baths. A complementary delicious breakfast buffet is served each morning. Wireless internet access (DSL) is available throughout the inn. Check in time is 3:00 p.m. and check out 11:00 a.m. Luggage can be stored for early arrivals and late departures. Porters are available to assist in moving luggage to and from the dock.

Mission Point Resort
Rates begin at $189.00 per night.
The island’s second largest hotel is situated at the end of the island, 3/4 miles from downtown. Four restaurants, heated swimming pool, health club and special children’s activities center. Children 18 and under are complimentary in parent’s room. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex accepted. Full deposit required, two-night minimum stay required.

Murray Hotel
Sold out Wednesday and Thursday
Rates begin at $99.00 per night.
This quaint, family-owned and managed hotel is situated in the heart of downtown. The hotel is fully air conditioned and offers a spacious sun deck and spa pool. A deluxe continental breakfast and home-baked bedtime cookies attest to the fact that although the facilities have been update the old-fashioned atmosphere is intact. Offers a two night minimum. Payment by check or Money Order within 2 weeks of booking your reservation.

Other Island Hotels

Bay View
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Charming Bed and Breakfast at the water’s edge, offers romantic turn-of-the-century traditions complemented by the amenities of today. Guest rooms vary in size and water view and feature private bath, delicious hot breakfast and dessert on the veranda in the evening. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Amex accepted. Three night minimun. Full payment required as deposit.

Brigadoon Bed and Breakfast of Mackinaw
Rates begin at $95.00 per night.
A distinctive bed and breakfast in Mackinaw City that is only a short ferry trip to Mackinac Island. Each of the guest rooms feature lovely private bath with heated marble floors, large whirlpool bathtub, free wireless internet, private balcony, fireplace, wet bar, king-size canopy bed, early bird coffee and muffins, a delicious seated breakfast each morning, homemade cookies every afternoon, and much more.

Cottage Inn of Mackinac
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Rates begin at $195.00 per night.  Minimum 3 night stay.
A distinctive Bed & Breakfast located on Market Street. Each of the uniquely-themed rooms with a feeling of another era, offer modern-day amenities including TV, VCR, telephone, AC and private baths. Visa and MasterCard accepted. Full payment required as deposit.

Harbour View Inn
Rates begin at $214.00 per night.
European-influenced inn built from the estate of renowned Midwest fur trader Madame LaFramboise. Elegant garden or harbor-view rooms and suites available. Telephone and TV in all rooms. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Card and Amex accepted. Full payment required as deposit.

The Inn on Mackinac
This historic Victorian Inn has been updated to meet the needs of the modern traveler while preserving its colorful history. The Inn is fully air conditioned and offers a deluxe continental breakfast and home-baked bedtime cookies. Three night minimum. Payment by check or money order within two weeks of booking your reservation.

The Inn at Stonecliffe
Rates begin at $253.00 per night.
Rates beginning at $139.00 per night.  Two night minimum.
A small resort hotel located on the northwest corner of the island. Guest rooms are located in two buildings, Cudahy Manor, a turn-of-the century Tudor mansion and the new Summer House, adjacent to the outdoor pool, which features richly appointed air-conditioned suites. A deluxe continental breakfast is included. All credit cards and personal checks accepted. Two night minimum. Deposit of first night, plus taxes and $17 reservation fee.

Mackinac Resorts Sunset Condo
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Rates begin at $95.00 per night.
Room rates beginning at $95.00 per night.
Sunset Condominiums are located on the west end of Mackinac Island about two miles from the downtown area. Each unit has a balcony, full kitchen, washer and dryer, cable television, queen beds, sleeper sofas, and a living room with a fire place. The condos can accommodate 2 to 12 people depending on your unit type, two night minimum stay.

Pontiac Lodge
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Rates begin at $190.00 per night.
We are conveniently located near all three ferry boat docks right across the street from Shepler’s, a half block from Star Line and 1 1/2 blocks from the Arnold Line. Look for the blue awning leading up to our office and guest rooms over the Balsam Shop and the Loonfeather gift shops.

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