Below are the 3 user recommended hotels in the area of Mackinac Island that is closest to Mackinac Island State Park. The average price near Mackinac Island State Park is $274/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Mackinac Island State Park are typically 29% more expensive than the average hotel in Mackinac Island, which is $193.
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When you’re booking Mackinac Island hotels, don’t stress about being close to public transport, because motorized forms of transportation aren’t even allowed on this popular island. But if you’re not a fan of walking, you can choose to bring your bicycle or rent one on the island at affordable rates. Look for Hotels in Mackinac Island that are closer to Main Street or the Shepler Ferry dock to give you easier access to conveniently located bike shops. And if you’re in the mood for some fun, traveling this charming island by horse-drawn carriage is a definite highlight! You can even request a horse-drawn taxi cab by calling the local dispatch office.
Bicycle Street Inn and Suites
7416 Main Street, Mackinac Island, MI, United States
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This unique island is a shopper’s paradise, and downtown is a treasure trove of unique shops. Main Street, Market Street, Fort Street, Astor Street and Hoban Street are brimming with clothing, jewelry, home décor, books, toys and art galleries. Mackinac Island’s downtown is an equally pleasing destination for business travelers, team building weekends and conferences. Island House Hotel is just one of many charming accommodation options on Main Street. For those of you yearning for outdoor adventures, look for cheap hotels in Mackinac Island closer to the waters. The lovely Bicycle Street Inn and Suites is just steps away from Lake Huron.
A horse-drawn carriage tour is definitely a relaxing way to take in so many of the island’s sights, from the historical and quaint architecture to the breathtaking, natural wonders like Arch Rock. The island is only about eight miles in circumference, so it’s easy to get around. For history buffs, both Fort Mackinac and Fort Holmes are a must-see, while plenty of museums are scattered throughout the island, including art museums that house a host of historical treasures. And of course, when the island waters beckon, there is no shortage of water sports and activities. Find cheap hotels in Mackinac Island like the Baymont by Wyndham St. Ignace Lakefront and splurge instead on a glorious Sip n' Sail sunset cruise, rent a kayak or go parasailing. You can even book a sailing charter and spend hours gliding on the magnificent waters around the island.
For bars, restaurants and nightlife, it’s a good idea to find hotels on Mackinac Island that are closer to Main Street. This is where you’ll find Pink Pony, known as one of the most iconic bars in Michigan, it’s a definite must-visit on the island for great food, amazing craft beer and plenty of live music. Main Street is also home to a host of other dining experiences, including Goodfellow's Grill with its Italian inspired signature cocktail, and the popular Horn's Gaslight Bar & Grille with its delicious Mexican food and live entertainment. Or cast your net a little wider and take a short horse-drawn carriage ride to other wonderful dining destinations, like the opulent Tudor mansion known as Woods Restaurant.
The Mackinac Island event calendar is bursting with events, shows, festivals and celebrations of all kinds. The 10-day Lilac Festival is a favorite summer event on the island, taking place in June every year. One of the highlights of this festival is the visually stunning and gloriously fragrant Lilac Festival Grand Parade on Main Street. When you book hotels in Mackinac Island for the festival, try the Mission Point Resort on Main Street so that you don’t miss a thing. For the fitness buffs, October’s Fort2Fort Five Mile Challenge is a scenic course for walkers and runners of all ages that starts at Fort Mackinac, winds up to Fort Holmes, and finishes behind Fort Mackinac again. Grand Hotel near Fort Mackinac is a lovely accommodation option for participants and supporters alike with an outdoor pool to cool down after the race.
A stay of 1 night is most popular when visiting Mackinac Island.
$283 per night is the average rate for a room when booking a hotel in Mackinac Island. Prices will differ depending on factors such as star rating, time of year and location.
The cheapest month to book a hotel in Mackinac Island is April. The cost of your room could be as much as 54% cheaper than peak months.
The cost of a Mackinac Island hotel room will vary for each day but generally Friday works out the most economical, with Monday proving the least economical.
Hostels in Mackinac Island (including hotels rated 2 stars and below) costs $246 per person, per night on average. This is $37 per night cheaper than the average cost of hotels in Mackinac Island.
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