Haan’s 1830 Inn is an early Greek Revival home with nine unique guest rooms beautifully appointed with fine antiques, many guest amenities and period Island touches. The Inn has been run by three generations of the Haan family, since 1980.
Their house was built in the mid-1850s during the period when the Mackinac Island fishing industry was expanding. The industry was developed by the many Irish families who came as a result of the potato famine. The home was left vacant for a period of about forty years, ending when a new foundation, heating system and bathrooms were installed in 1957.
Pontiac Lodge is an intimate, boutique hotel located in the heart of downtown Mackinac Island. The Pontiac Lodge has 11 distinct rooms, most with wet bars, or kitchenettes, and some with Jacuzzi tubs. Included in these 11 rooms are a one-bedroom suite and a two-bedroom suite with a full kitchen.
The Murray is a quaint, family owned and managed hotel. Their old-fashioned atmosphere has been kept intact, while their facilities have been updated to meet the needs of the modern traveler.
Main Street Inn’s well-appointed 18 rooms and suites provide comfort perfect for honeymoon couples to large families. They offer affordable accommodations with many amenities, including a communal sitting room with pool table, cable television, and games.
Awarded a perfect 100 location points by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine for its beautiful waterfront setting, Hotel Iroquois has 46 guest rooms and suites, classically sophisticated and comfortable with fine furnishings and vibrant colors. The hotel’s Proven Winners Signature Gardens are designed with brilliant color and foliage. Add a private sunbathing beach and Downtown Mackinac just a block away for a classic setting. Fine dining and cocktails are enjoyed in our waterfront Carriage House dining room or al fresco on the veranda. Nightly entertainment at the piano bar.