Grand Hotel


Hotel Iroquois


Mission Point Resort


The Inn at Stonecliffe


Chippewa Hotel


Lilac Tree Suites & Spa

Grand Hotel – Early Opening – April 25 – May 2, 2014
[ April 25, 2014 to May 2, 2014. ] Enjoy Grand Hotel before the official opening of our 128th season. Tour the hotel with our hotel historian, or sneak a peek on your own. Accommodations will be available in many of our newest rooms, including the Grandest of all, the Masco Cottage. Package includes accommodations and Continental breakfast. Luncheon and dinner will be available at The [...]

Winter Photos of Mackinac Island – 2013 / 2014
Photos Archive Here’s a collection of photos of Mackinac Island during the winter: February 19, 2014 Mackinac Wheels – Mackinac Island – February 19, 2014 This evenings sunset from British Landing. 2/19/14 Cawthorne’s Village Inn – Mackinac Island – February 7, 2014 A wonderful sight to see on a Friday afternoon, and we hear there are more coming across to visit. [...]

Mackinac Island Lilac Festival – June 6 – 15, 2014
[ June 6, 2014 to June 15, 2014. ] Celebrating Mackinac's lilac collection began in 1949 after a conversation with Evangilene “Ling” Horn and Nurse Stella King who encouraged the then teen and today's Mackinac Island Carriage Tours veterinarian Dr. Bill Chambers to have a parade on Lilac Sunday. The idea was to bring people to the Island to enjoy a great horse drawn [...]

Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel is situated on the southwestern bluff of Mackinac Island overlooking the Straits of Mackinac and – in the distance – the Mackinac Bridge. From the front porch – the world’s largest at 660 feet – guests can look down at the well-kept gardens and relax and enjoy the ambiance of “somewhere in [...]

Hotel Iroquois
Located on the waterfront at the western edge of town, the Hotel Iroquois is convenient to all the main-street attractions of Mackinac Island, yet far enough away to offer guests a bit of privacy from the downtown bustle. Stunning views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge are the hallmark of a stay [...]

Mission Point Resort
Mission Point Resort offers a true resort experience with four dining options ranging from fine dining to carry out picnic baskets. Enjoy tennis, bocce ball, croquet, The Greens of Mackinac 18-hole executive putting course, a Tower Museum with spellbinding views and historical exhibits about the Straits of Mackinac, our Kids Club to give you adult [...]

The Inn at Stonecliffe
To celebrate the upcoming fall season on Mackinac Island, The Inn at Stonecliffe – Mackinac Island will be giving away two Couple’s Getaway Packages on July 31, 2012! This package is based on double occupancy and includes deluxe accommodations, five-course pre fixe dinner for two and our complimentary hot breakfast buffet in the morning. The [...]

Chippewa Hotel
A stay at the Chippewa Hotel puts you right in the middle of all the charms of Mackinac Island. Choose a main street room and wake up to the clip-clop of the horse carriages passing along the street below. Stay in a Harbor View waterfront room or suite and enjoy the views of the harbor [...]

Lilac Tree Suites and Spa
With thirty-nine uniquely appointed suites, the Lilac Tree Suites and Spa reflects the French, English and American heritage of Mackinac Island. Each spacious suite has a living room and a separate sleeping room. No two suites are alike. The unique decor is accented with variations of wood, wicker and iron. Traditional antiques and modern fixtures combine [...]

Metivier Inn
A small lovely boutique country inn, the Metivier Inn offers 22 charming guest rooms for your stay on Mackinac Island, each including air conditioning and private baths. The rooms are uniquely and tastefully decorated in a blend of English and French country style. Most of our rooms are ideal for couples or solo travelers, as [...]

Cottage Inn of Mackinac Island
Located on quiet Market Street, the Cottage Inn is just one block from the downtown area. Ferry Docks, Mackinac Island State Parks, historic Fort Mackinac and the Mackinac Island Marina are only a short stroll away . Featuring a large front porch for enjoying breakfast or just relaxing while taking in the clip clop of [...]

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast
Cloghaun is one of the oldest Victorian homes on the Island. Thomas and Bridget Donnelly left Ireland in 1848, and completed Cloghaun in 1884. This lovely home has been preserved by their descendants and now offers guests a tranquil, romantic interlude from the demands of everyday life. Eleven guest rooms individually designed and decorated with antiques [...]

Hart’s On Mackinac Island
Make yourself at home at Hart’s bed and breakfast on beautiful Mackinac Island. This special island has been a unique summer resort for over one hundred years. With the absence of motorized vehicles one may walk, bicycle, or ride a horse-drawn carriage around the island ‘s six square miles of peaceful beauty. Hart’s offers: a convenient location [...]

Mackinac Island iPhone App Now in Apple App Store
To Get Yours, Search “mackinac” in the App Store We are happy in announce that we have just launched our Mackinac Island iPhone App – “Mackinac”. The “Mackinac” iPhone offers a convenient way to keep yourself updated on all the information that we post on the Mackinac Blog. Find the latest events, lodging news and specials along [...]

Enjoy Grand Hotel before the official opening of our 128th season. Tour the hotel with our hotel historian, or sneak a peek on your own. Accommodations will be available in many of our newest rooms, including the Grandest of all, the Masco Cottage. Package includes accommodations and Continental breakfast. Luncheon and dinner will be available at The Gate House at the bottom of Grand hill and Cawthorne’s Village Inn located in downtown Mackinac.

Package Includes:

  • Accommodations
  • Morning breakfast basket or continental breakfast option.
  • Lunch and dinner will be available for purchase at The Gate House or Cawthorne’s Village Inn.
  • Behind-the-scenes tour offered daily
  • No tipping within Grand Hotel
  • Special ferry boat discounts
Subject to Michigan 6% sales tax, and 2% Mackinac Island assessment. *Dates subject to availability.

Arrive: Friday, April 25, 2014
Depart: Friday, May 2, 2014

Package Price:

$200 per room, per night, up to 4 persons in a room

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Come join us on beautiful Mackinac Island for a spring caching adventure! We will gather on the island in the morning at 10:00 am in the lower lobby of the Grand Hotel (Museum Room) for a brief get-together prior to venturing out to search for the island caches. Coffee and tea will be provided for attendees, along with a few other goodies to get your engines up and running! Please feel free to wear your sweatshirts and jeans, as there is no dress code in effect at this time of the year. There is also no admission charge into the hotel.

The Cyclops family has about 140 caches on the island, many of which have been placed in remote areas of the island where tourists would not normally go. It is advisable to bring your own bike, as the cache locations will take you traveling several miles around the perimeter and interior of the island. The ferry company charges $8.00 per bicycle to bring your bike over to the island. It is possible that there may be places on the island that offer bikes to rent, but I am unable to confirm this at this early date. Dinner will be on your own. There are several restaurants on the island which will be open at this time of the year.

Come join us on Mackinac Island for our 8th Annual Spring Fling!

  • WHEN: Saturday, April 26th, 2014 (although you are welcome to arrive on Friday)
  • WHERE: Mackinac Island/Grand Hotel
  • TIME: 10:00 am until ??
  • COST: $4:00 toll for the Mackinac Bridge each way. $24.00 round trip ferry ticket from St. Ignace (this is the current price, but could also increase in the spring). $8.00 charge to take your bike to the island. Dinner on your own. Lodging fees on your own (but we have negotiated a special rate from the Grand).

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