Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel Adding Suites

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Listed as a National Historic Landmark, the Grand Hotel on Michigan’s Mackinac Island has provided luxurious accommodations since its opening in 1887. As a historic landmark, growth is a slower process, but the hotel has just added its first one-bedroom suite to the hotel and plans to add seven two-bedroom suites over the next three years.

The new one-bedroom suite, located on the fourth floor of the Millennium Wing, is the first new room since 2001. Called the Musser Suite, it is the hotel’s only one-bedroom suite and provides a separate living and sleeping area. In the next three years, the Grand Hotel will be adding two-bedroom suites, providing better accommodations for families in the 386-room landmark hotel located on the popular lower peninsula island.

–Lissa Poirot

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