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Island House Hotel

Since 1852, guests at the historic Island House Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan have enjoyed the escape to a simpler time. After acquiring the resort in 1969, the Callewaert family has continued to add contemporary conveniences while preserving the allure of its historic ambiance, serving to maintain Mackinac Island’s oldest operating hotel, a Historic Hotels of America member, State of Michigan landmark, and the only hotel located within the boundaries of the pristine Mackinac Island State Park.

In addition to stunning waterfront views, historic appeal, and 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 street, watch freighters glide through the Straits of Mackinac, and feel the gentle breezes off the water, yet just a short walk to Mackinac Island’s most popular shopping, dining, attractions, activities, and night life.

Island House Hotel, Mackinac Island’s most historic hotel, offers gorgeous waterfront views, ideal location to downtown, and modern amenities with cozy old-world charm. Whether lunch in the garden, afternoons on the porch watching bikes, boats, and buggies roll, glide, and trot by, dinner in the elegant dining room, or evenings toasting s’mores in the chimneas on the lawn overlooking the harbor, Island House Hotel offers the complete Mackinac Island experience.

Features include: Stunning Waterfront Views, Ideal Location to Downtown, Heated Indoor Pool, Indoor & Outdoor Hot Tubs, Bicycle Rental, 1852 Grill Room, Ice House BBQ & Bar, 94 freshly decorated air-conditioned guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, Wi-Fi, USB Charging Ports, and Cable TV. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, a 24-hour front desk, and complimentary luggage transfer to/from the hotel and the Mackinac Island ferry docks.

Register for Mackinac Island savings at 906Rewards.com for discounts on everything from your room to food and drinks to that sweet fudge we are known for and even your bicycle rentals!

Island House Hotel
6966 Main Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
800-626-6304

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Thursday November 28th, 2019 - 8:00 am

Island House Hotel

We are thankful for each guest that came to stay with us in 2019 and grateful for each guest we welcome in 2020. We wish everyone many blessings this Thanksgiving and always. ... See MoreSee Less

We are thankful for each guest that came to stay with us in 2019 and grateful for each guest we welcome in 2020. We wish everyone many blessings this Thanksgiving and always.

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Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

Had a great 2019 there! Michæl Wayne Totty ❤️

Saturday November 23rd, 2019 - 10:05 am

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Thank you!

Gorgeous

Beautiful

Favorite place!!

I love this hotel! +++. If you can, stay here. Just to sit on their large porch, watching boats dock, & their all inclusive breakfast each morning!! If you can, try their hospitality 👍👍👍

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Thursday November 14th, 2019 - 8:40 am

Island House Hotel

#ThrowbackThursday Henry R. Schoolcraft was an American ethnographer dedicated to documenting "the history, manners and customs, languages and general ethnology" of Michigan's Native American. He compiled much of his work during the 1830s while staying at Mackinac Indian Dormitory's (now the Mackinac Art Museum) located three door's down from the Island House Hotel. ... See MoreSee Less

#ThrowbackThursday Henry R. Schoolcraft was an American ethnographer dedicated to documenting the history, manners and customs, languages and general ethnology of Michigans Native American. He compiled much of his work during the 1830s while staying at Mackinac Indian Dormitorys (now the Mackinac Art Museum) located three doors down from the Island House Hotel.

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My mom’s side of the family. 😊

He looks like John C Reily

Monday November 11th, 2019 - 6:00 am

Island House Hotel

There’s no way to thank our veterans for everything they sacrifice for our freedom, but on Veterans Day, we have to try. So thank you to all our servicemen and women, both past and present! ... See MoreSee Less

There’s no way to thank our veterans for everything they sacrifice for our freedom, but on Veterans Day, we have to try. So thank you to all our servicemen and women, both past and present!

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