Experience a journey back in time in this historic landmark on Mackinac Island. There are no cars but you can bike, walk or take a carriage ride, while seeing places you have seen in movies (the locale was used for various shoots including Somewhere in Time with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour), use its horse drawn shuttles, explore its long creaking halls, magnificent columns and 660 foot porch (the world's longest) or get pampered by the excellent service.
Located on Mackinac Island, the four-star property is close to Fort Mackinac Museum, Wilderness State Park and Cheboygan State Park.
The hotel combines modern technology and 19th Century décor, and is known for having the longest front porch in the world.
All 385 rooms have been tastefully decorated by New York designer Carleton Varney and feature individually controlled AC, mini-bar, in-room safe, cable TV, iron and coffee maker.
Hotel offers wide range of local and international food in six restaurants and in main dining room.
Property offers five meeting rooms (capacity from 48 persons to 1500).
Hotel offers children’s programs, spa, horseback riding, bicycling, island carriage tours and garden tours.
Number of rooms 390.
The hotel provides rooms and facilities for people with disabilities.
Hotel comprises of luxury rooms, deluxe rooms, standard rooms and named rooms that are well-appointed with all needed up-to-date facilities.
The four-bedroom Masco Cottage provides an intimate, spacious setting for families, couples or small groups.
The suite features two downstairs bedrooms with private bathrooms, and a kitchen, living and dining room area.
Continental breakfast is served from 9.30am. till 11am.
Carletons Tea Store - located on-site is a cafe serving American cuisine. Open from 10am until 5pm.
The Jockey Club offers a menu with sandwiches, soup and salad for luncheon.
The Gate House serves lunch, dinner, and beverages inside and outside.
The hotel Grand Historics Of America provides visitors with a free continental breakfast.
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