Hotels in Holland Michigan

Holland, Michigan takes it name from its Dutch heritage, and here you'll find a charming town with plenty of unique shopping and dining to be found. Close to the Lake Michigan shoreline, it has gained distinction as one of Michigan's "Beachtowns". For entry into this group, the town must of course be by the shore, but also offer a mix of culture and charm. Holland, Michigan definitely earns its distinction and Holland Michigan lodging is an incredible mix of hotels and motels, cottages, bed and breakfasts and even camping. Each form of Holland Michigan lodging offers excellence and an array of choices for those looking for that certain something. In May, when the Tulip Festival occurs many visitors flock to Holland so the Holland Michigan hotels and other rentals fill rather quickly, so plan ahead.

Hotels in Holland Michigan all understand their role in the fabric of this city, so they all make sure that your stay is as good as it can be. The western coast of Michigan is such a popular place for vacationers that hotels in Holland Michigan understand that if they don't deliver a good product, then you will move on to another that does. That makes for some great Holland Michigan lodging. There are plenty of big chain hotels that make up a bulk of the Holland hotels, and most have renovated and affordable rooms.

If you're looking for that something extra in Holland hotels, then you might consider the Doubletree Hotel, which recently became a member of the Hilton family of hotels. In their 168 contemporary guest rooms, they offer relaxing colors and comfort mixed with elegance. There are t.v.'s with cable channels, microwaves and refrigerators in all the rooms, and the beds feature signature Doubletree Sweet Dreams Bedding. Work desks with ergonomic chairs are in every room if, unfortunately enough, you have to work when you are visiting Holland. Wireless high-speed internet is standard here, and there is room service so you can relax just that much more. The Doubletree features a swimming pool and whirlpool spa in a relaxing setting and is completed by the fitness center. On-site, you'll find the West Coast Grille serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner. Starting at around $152 for a night, you'll find a good value for all you get.

Bed and breakfasts are a charming way to go for Holland Michigan lodging. The six listed bed and breakfasts are either old Dutch farmhouses or elegant former homes from eras gone by. They are all of course re-appointed and they offer a nice alternative to the hotels experience if you're looking for something different. Wake up to hearty breakfasts and enjoy the gardens, porches and patios at these reminiscent choices for Holland Michigan lodging.

Also for those looking for something different are the many area cottages for rent. You just might find, however that many of these cottages are not your typical cottages. Large accommodations are the norm for many of them, and charm is the must for all of them. A perfect example of this is the Oak Grove Resort Guest House. It is located on the north side of Lake Macatawa and offers plenty of amenities. Bring the whole family here, and the kids will love the playground, video games and basketball court. This guest house has two bedrooms and sleeps 5. Summer weekly rates are $1,200, and you must stay at least a minimum of 3 nights, which goes for $450 and $125 each extra night. You'll enjoy the proximity to Lake Michigan for those great sunsets.

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