About Grand Hotel

Mackinac Island Grand Hotel

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Since 1887 Grand Hotel beckons guests to a bygone era of old-world hospitality and charm. Experience the tradition of Afternoon Tea in the Parlor, dressing up for dinner, nightly dancing to the sounds of the Grand Hotel Orchestra, and sitting in a rocking chair on the world’s longest porch with views of the Straits of Mackinac.

Family-owned for three generations, this National Historic Landmark has always embraced its rich history, while keeping up with current times. That means today, guests enjoy modern amenities while the hotel’s original architecture and charm have been tastefully preserved. Contributing greatly to the hotel’s ambiance is the relaxed atmosphere of Mackinac Island, where cars are not allowed and the horse and carriage and bicycle are favored modes of transportation.

pure-michiganGrand Hotel is proud to have been named one of the five finalists for the Pure Michigan Promise Video Challenge, showcasing our commitment to the Pure Michigan Promise: We promise to take pride in exceeding your expectations with a heartfelt and unforgettable experience, leaving you eagerly anticipating your return to Pure Michigan.

The Musser Family

Grand Hotel has been owned for three generations by the Musser family. President R.D. (Dan) Musser III runs the hotel alongside his sister Mimi Cunningham and mother Amelia Musser. Since 1933, the Musser family has made it their mission to give every guest a grand experience. For more information about Grand Hotel’s family history, click here.

397 Rooms and No Two Are the Same

Grand Hotel has been decorated by esteemed interior designer, Carleton Varney of Dorothy Draper & Co. Each of the hotel’s 397 guest rooms feature their own unique style and theme. Click here for more information on Grand Hotel’s spectacular accommodations or take a virtual tour.

A full breakfast and dinner are included daily in most guest room rates. Guests 9 years old and younger stay and eat free. Significantly reduced rates are also available for guests 17 and younger.

A Top Destination for Families

Thanks to many activities and children’s programs, the readers of Travel + Leisure Family magazine rate Grand Hotel as one of the 10 kid-friendliest resorts in the U.S. and Canada. Grand Hotel was also recognized as a top resort in the family category in the 2015 Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards.

A Distinctive Destination

America’s True Grand Hotel was named by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as One of a Dozen Distinctive Destinations. Grand Hotel has also received a number of distinguished awards: view the list.