Mackinac Island Hotels: Your Guide to B&Bs, Resorts, Inns + More

Looking for an affordable hotel for a family vacation? The perfect setting for a romantic getaway? A room with a view? Here’s your guide to Mackinac Island hotels.

Bay View Bed & Breakfast

Built in the Grand Victorian style, each guest room offers a beautiful view of the waters of the Straits of Mackinac. Free wireless internet. 6947 Main Street, 906.847.3295

Bicycle Street Inn & Suites

Among shops and eateries in the island’s car-free downtown, this warm hotel with a Victorian-style facade has private balconies with picturesque harbor views. Fitness center, restaurant, bar and more. 7416 Main Street, 855. 560.8005

Bogan Lane Inn

Bright, airy bedrooms complete with antique furnishings will make your visit to this inn even more enjoyable. Close to restaurants and shopping as well as the natural and historic attractions of Mackinac Island. 1420 Bogan Lane, 906.847.3439

Chippewa Hotel

More than 100 years old, this hotel offers Victorian-style atmosphere with amenities such as Honeymoon suites, jacuzzi suites, balconies, a spa, restaurant and lounge. On the downtown waterfront, close to restaurants and shopping. 7221 Main Street #103, 906.847.3341

Cloghaun Bed & Breakfast

Michigan’s oldest family-owned B&B is decorated with antiques from the late 1800s. The Cloghaun is located one block from the Mackinac Island harbor and close to restaurants and shopping. 100 Market Street, 906.847.3885

Grand Hotel

The Cupola Suites project adds four new suites in 2019, bringing the guest room total to 397. Unwind in the warm hospitality of this landmark hotel with the world’s longest porch. Charming guests since 1887. 1 Grand Avenue, 800.33.GRAND

Haan’s 1830 Inn

This Greek Revival home features individually designed rooms with antiques and wicker-filled porches. Located near all Mackinac Island attractions including historic sites, carriage rides and bicycling. 6806 Huron Street, 906.847.6244

Harbour View Inn

A small European-influenced hotel, located near restaurants and shopping as well as historic and recreational attractions. All rooms have a private bath and many rooms have a private or semi-private balcony or terrace. 6860 Main Street, 906.847.0101

Hotel Iroquois

Your private balcony could overlook the Straits of Mackinac or the garden pathway. Some suites include wet bars, sitting areas and whirlpool tubs, all close to the island’s shopping and attractions. 7485 Main Street, 906.847.3321

Island House Hotel

Guests choose Island House Hotel for its location, sweeping waterfront views, indoor heated pool, whirlpool, dry sauna, air conditioning, on-site bike rental and more. 6966 Main Street, 800.626.6304

Lake View Hotel

The hotel features a Victorian-style atmosphere and is directly across from where the ferries arrive. Renovations include banquet and conference facilities, two restaurants and a four-story atrium with swimming pool. 1 Huron Street, 800.207.7075

Lilac House

This B&B is located in the heart of downtown with a large wrap-around porch offering views of Mackinac Island carriages, horses and bike riders. Near all local shopping and historic attractions. 7337 Market Street, 906.847.3708

Lilac Tree Hotel

This hotel reflects the French, English and American heritage of the island and uses wood, wicker and iron as well as a mixture of antiques and modern fixtures. Thirty-nine suites, each with a living room and sleeping room. 7372 Main Street, 866.847.6575

Main Street Inn & Suites

Featuring 18 rooms and suites on Mackinac Island’s Main Street, the standard rooms are accompanied by one- and two-bedroom suites, as well as a honeymoon suite with a jacuzzi. Close to shopping and historical attractions. 178 Main Street, 906.847.6530

Market Street Inn

Built at the turn of the century as a private home and updated to include all the modern conveniences of this era, the inn serves Continental breakfast in your rooms, backyard garden or parlor. 7237 Market Street, 906.847.3811

Metevier Inn

Set in downtown’s historic district, this Victorian B&B with two porches is surrounded by French country gardens and is a 4-minute walk from the Star Line Ferry. Amenities include four-poster beds and hot breakfast buffet. 7466 Market Street, 906.847.6234

Mission Point Resort

A full-service waterfront resort offering four dining options, tennis, an 18-hole golf course, fully-appointed spa, health club and meeting facilities. Boasting beautiful gardens and frontage on the Straits of Mackinac. One Lakeshore Drive, 906.847.3000

Murray Hotel

Standard rooms are available as well as rooms with patio views, harbor views and deluxe king whirlpool rooms. Located in the heart of Mackinac Island restaurants, shopping and historic attractions. 7260 Main Street, 855.696.8772

Pine Cottage B&B

Holding true to its original charm with rustic Victorian ambiance; you’ll find old-world warmth with hints of antique furniture, steam radiators and claw foot tubs, original to the hotel. Unique rooms with modern conveniences. 1427 Bogan Lane, 906-847-3820

Pontiac Lodge

Features 10 rooms, one 1-bedroom apartment and two 2-bedroom apartments. The Village Inn Restaurant is adjacent to the Lodge, which is close to all Mackinac Island services and attractions. 1376 Hoban Street, 906.847.3364

Small Point B&B

This serene B&B in a striking circa-1880s Gothic Victorian cottage sits on the main street of Lake Huron’s car-free Mackinac Island and is a 10-minute walk from mainland ferries. 6220 Main Street, 906.847.3758

The Inn on Mackinac

A remodeled Victorian inn located in the residential section of downtown, with spa pool, sundeck, wrap-around porch, private baths and other modern amenities. 6896 Main Street, 906.847.3360

The Inn at Stonecliffe

The inn sits atop the west bluff with views of the Mackinac Bridge and the Straits of Mackinac.  The mansion has 16 guest rooms, all with private bath and wireless Internet. The Summer House has 31 modern suites. 8593 Cudahy Circle, 906.847.3355

Windermere Hotel

The Windermere Hotel, built in 1887, has 26 rooms, each with a private bath and some with views of Mackinac Island’s harbor and the Straits of Mackinac. Located near the island’s services and historic attractions. 7498 Main Street, 906.847.3301