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Located on Lake Huron and off the coast of the Straits of Mackinac sits the charming Hotel Iroquois. The island spans just over four-square miles making the entire island a National Historic Landmark. To further preserve the island and take in a simpler method of living, horse-drawn carriages and bicycles replace cars and can be used to access different landmarks around the island. There are many activities on the island for guests of all ages and of course many historical sites to see and learn how the inviting island came to be. Fort Mackinac is a great place to start on an adventure to gain more of the historical perspective on the island as it was used and built since the American Revolution. Guests can set sail for the day on a cruise or kayak to different lakes using the tour guides provided by the hotel. All excursions and landmarks are within a 3 miles radius of Hotel Iroquois.

Nearest Airport

Pellston Regional Airport; 15 minutes/15.8mi south of the ferry dock in Mackinaw City that takes visitors to Mackinac Island. Gerald R. Ford International Airport; approximately 3 hours/247mi from Mackinac Island.

Hotel Address

7485 Main Street, Mackinac Island

Michigan, United States 49757

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