The days are warming up and spring flowers are beginning to bloom — the month May is a great time to plan a getaway on Mackinac Island. Not only can you enjoy the spring splendor on the island, you can also get some of the best deals of the year. It’s a great time to treat yourself to an overnight stay at one of the many great hotels and bed and breakfasts on the island. Here are a few of the deals for the month of May:
Hotel Iroquois Great Escape
Conde Nast Award winning hotel on the waterfront. Package includes 50% off of our off season room rates, complimentary baggage service and special ferry discounts.
Dates: May 7-20
Minimum two night stay required, limited number of getaways available. Sales tax and hotel surcharge additional.
Rates start at $105
Reservations: (906) 847-3321
Market Street Inn May Special
Queen Rooms: $89.00/night Sunday through Thursday with a two night minimum
King Jacuzzi Suites: $145.00/night Sunday through Thursday with a two night minimum.
The Garden Suite is not included in this offer.
The May special runs through the end of May.
Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast Mother’s Day
May 7-8-9, 2010
Spend Mother’s Day weekend amidst the charm and loveliness of Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast. The eleven guest rooms are individually designed and decorated with antiques from the late 1800’s to evoke a feeling of elegance and nostalgia.
The package is just $240 for three nights in a standard room and includes breakfast and afternoon tea daily as well as a half pound of delicious Mackinac Island Fudge.
Stay One Night, Get One Night Free – May 9 -13 & May 16 -20
Birthday Special – $126/night all weekends in May
Reservations: (888) 442-5929
Grand Hotel – Mother’s Day Weekend Package – May 7 – 9, 2010
Treat Mom to a truly special weekend while we handle all the details. Includes a Friday evening Welcome Reception, Saturday evening Grand Cocktail Reception, the Grand Luncheon Buffet on Mother’s Day, a Grand Hotel History Lecture and free golf green fees (cart fee required).
For more specials visit the Mackinac Island Tourism Bureau Website