Island House Hotel

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Island House Hotel

6966 Main Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Regions: North
Phone: (800) 626-6304
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Autumn Escape

Enjoy sparsely populated sidewalks, end of season sales, and beautifully colored landscapes.
Expires: 10/31/2018
Pricing: Only $99 to stay any night Sunday through Thursday in October
Package Description

As another season on Mackinac Island draws to a close we invite you to enjoy sparsely populated sidewalks, end of season sales, and beautifully colored landscapes.

Only $99 to stay any night Sunday through Thursday in October at the historic Island House Hotel in a traditional room. Great rates are also available for upgrades to premium harbor view rooms or family suites. Luggage transportation to and from Island House Hotel is included. Book the Autumn Escape today!

Add discounted round-trip ferry tickets and/or breakfast in the 1852 Grill Room. Bicycle rental special for Monday through Thursday of $5 per hour.

Reserve the Autumn Getaway online at

Based on double occupancy. Fee applies for additional adults and youth age 6-13, under age 6 stay free. Valid on new reservations only. Due to the nature of this special, this reservation cannot be changed, refunded or canceled. Dates are subject to availability. Premium, deluxe, suites & lake view rooms upgrade available for additional. Tax & levy not included. Not valid with other discounts.


With sweeping harbor views and a full complement of amenities, it is no surprise that Island House is the waterfront hotel Mackinac Island guests have been visiting for over 160 years.  This family owned property is Mackinac Island’s oldest hotel registered with Historic Hotels of America and officially marked State of Michigan landmark.  We offer modern conveniences within a historic setting with the distinction of being the only hotel located within the boundaries of the pristine Mackinac Island State Park.

In addition to stunning waterfront views, historic charm & quaint rooms, guests choose the Island House Hotel for its convenient location. Far enough from the downtown hustle to enjoy the sounds of horseshoes on the pavement and gentle breezes off the water yet just a short walk to Mackinac Island’s most popular attractions and shopping. Whether relaxing on the porch or enjoying drinks with friends in the garden, Island House Hotel delivers the complete Island experience.

We look forward to welcoming you to the breathtaking beauty of Mackinac Island, one of Michigan's most photographed and talked about travel destinations.  Located between Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas, the island offers you unforgettable natural and historical treasures surrounded by the sparkling blue waters of the Great Lakes.  With an eight-mile circumference, Mackinac Island offers an abundance of attractions for adventurers of all ages. Parasailing, historic tours, hiking trails, narrated carriage tours, horseback riding, drive yourself horse & buggies, shopping, dining and watching world famous Mackinac Island fudge being made.

Island House Hotel offers modern conveniences without compromising the charming, historic setting.  Make yourself at home in one of the 94 air-conditioned guestrooms. All rooms have private bathrooms & cable televisions. Hotel amenities include: indoor heated swimming pool, whirlpool, dry sauna, evening bonfire, gift shop, concierge service & onsite bike rentals.

Treat your palette to the culinary craftsmanship of Executive Chef, Phil Kromer at our one of our two hotel restaurants. Reservations are recommended for the 1852 Grill Room. Dine in a sophisticated setting with a piano player, wine selections and exquisite cuisine. For a casual atmosphere, visit the Ice House BBQ, a local favorite as this hidden gem is nestled behind the hotel where you can lunch on the garden patio or sip a cocktail at the indoor/outdoor bar while local musicians play in the background.

Discover the charm of a Mackinac Island stay at the Island House Hotel - where fine service, warm hospitality and memorable vacations have been a Mackinac Island tradition...since 1852.