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Bellaire, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - The preferred airport for the Hotel Cedar River Village is Cherry Capital and and the local attractions include Lake Bellaire, Charlevoix, and the Mackinac
Saginaw, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - Located just minutes from Dow Chemical Plant, the Gratiot View Motel, a Magnuson Hotels affiliate, is conveniently close to many local attractions and
Ann Arbor, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - The Sheraton is a full-service property conveniently located off of I-94, just blocks from Briarwood Mall and just minutes from downtown and campus attractions.
Traverse City, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - Summer and winter, we provide the best in Traverse Bay Hotels.
Traverse City, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - Located in Northwest Michigan, Traverse City sits on the shores of Lake Michigan and minutes from many activities.
Houghton, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - The Country Inn and Suites Houghton on Keweenaw Peninsula is just minutes away from Michigan Tech University, Finlandia University, and Isle Royale National
Ann Arbor, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - Just two miles south of the University of Michigan near I-94, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Ann Arbor offers a convenient location for Ann Arbor's
Marquette, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - This Days Inn is located approximately five miles from Ski Hill and seven miles from Sawyer International Airport.
Utica, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - Enjoy comfortable accommodations near Detroit at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Detroit-Utica.
Traverse City, Michigan Hotels & Resorts - The Hampton Inn hotel in Traverse City is in a community that has a long maritime history. The name, in fact, came from the French-Canadian traders who
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