United States Michigan Mackinac Island

Grand Hotel

An iconic hotel known for its long porch and Victorian elegance, offering timeless hospitality since 1887, accessible only by boat or plane.

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History meets nature at Mackinac Island’s iconic Grand Hotel. Honestly, the entire town and hotel look like a period movie set in the 19th century. Sitting on the edge of Lake Huron (one of the Great Lakes of North America and the third largest fresh-water lake on Earth), the Grand Hotel has hosted everyone from U.S presidents to celebrated figures like Thomas Edison and Mark Twain. The cherry on top? Mackinac Island is car-free, so you can only use a horse-drawn carriage to get to the hotel.

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Grand Hotel Articles

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