Overlooking majestic Lake Superior, the Landmark Inn stands in the heart of historic downtown Marquette, across from the historic Peter White Public Library; within walking distance of museums, galleries, theatres, boutiques, salons, restaurants and entertainment. The inn is accessible to miles of bike and walking paths along the Lake Superior shoreline. Marquette is an outdoor playground for snowshoeing, sled dog excursions, cross country and downhill skiing, kayaking, sailing and fishing. Within its walls are decades of rich Michigan history. Opened in 1930 as the Hotel Northland, it was the social center of Marquette until its closing in 1982. Today, after a major, award-winning restoration, the inn features a gracious, grand lobby and 66 guestrooms that have been individually decorated with antiques and reproductions; including specialty suites and a Penthouse, overlooking the historic downtown district. The Landmark Inn specializes in memorable destination weddings, intimate social events, retreats and corporate meetings. Relax in the Northstar Lounge, with panoramic views of Lake Superior, featuring martinis and cocktails nightly. The authentic English Northland Pub offers casual fare and Michigan brews, serving lunch and dinner daily. Cozy up in the newly renovated Piedmont Restaurant, featuring Northern Italian fare, including wood-fired pizza, serving breakfast and dinner daily.
Cedar Motor Inn is a great choice for a stay in Marquette. You can get a morning swim in at the indoor pool, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Other highlights include a sauna and a terrace.
Brentwood Motor Inn is a great choice for a stay in Marquette. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 11 AM. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.