So you want to visit Marquette? I don’t blame you, the place is amazing. Whether you’re a parent visiting their NMU student, a photographer getting out to the UP for the weekend, or a family coming north for some outdoor activities, there’s a spot for you. Here are some of the Marquette, Michigan Here are some Marquette Michigan Hotels you should consider for your trip
Marquette Michigan Hotels
- Landmark Inn
- Hampton Inn
- Staybridge Suites
- Holiday Inn
The Landmark is a Marquette staple and is located one block away from Lake Superior. It’s also only one block away from Marquette’s main street, Washington, and two blocks from another popular area, North 3rd. The Landmark also provides excellent views of Lake Superior and provides guests with in house dining and the Northland Pub
Ask for their late night pizza and beer combo!
The Ramada is located smack dab in the center of Washington Street. Because of its location, you can walk pretty much anywhere locally and not have too worry about being too far away from anything. There is also an excellent in house restaurant, Harleys, and a downstairs bar with a great happy hour. Indoor Pool and Sauna are also features of this Ramada
With its lovely Waterfront location, the Hampton Inn is a hard choice to pass up. Located next to Marquette’s Historic Ore Dock, the Hampton Inn arguably has the best views of Lake Superior and features an indoor pool with views right into Lake Superior. Feel like stretching your legs? The adjacent walking path provides guests with direct access to lovely shoreline walking.
An excellent and newer hotel in Marquette. Located on Washington street about a mile away from Lake Superior, the Staybridge has great location but not in the heart of Marquette. Only about a 10 minute walk to heart of Washington street, the Staybridge is another solid choice for your visit. Free Happy hour from 4-6 daily and a large patio equipped with grills for cooking.
The recently renovated Holiday Inn is located just outside the downtown area on highway 41 but still is a solid choice for your stay. Although close, a car is probably needed unless time is not of the essence. Walking to the heart of the city will probably take about 35 minutes from here.
Aside from the Hotel scene in Marquette, there are some cozy options you can find yourself renting too. My friend Gina runs MoodyCabinGirl.com and has some excellent options you can check out on her site above or her IG:@moodycabingirl
Marquette Michigan Hotels: Getting out of the room
If you need any advice on Hiking when visiting Marquette, take a peek at my Hiking Marquette Guide Because hiking does require a lot of energy, you will probably need to fuel your body with some fuel too get you too those places. You can check out my Marquette Coffee Guide for a before or after caffeine fix
Don’t limit yourself to just Marquette when in town! There are other amazing outdoor adventures to see just within an hour. Munising is loaded with offerings and you can read all about my Favorite Munising Hike . Not only Munising, but the entire Upper Peninsula is worth your while. If you have the time, I would go check out Copper Harbor and Mount Bohemia!
Have you been too any of these hotels before? Where is your favorite place to stay when visiting Marquette? If you can’t find any spots at those hotels, Marquette also has enough options on AirBnb or VRBO. Although winter might not have as many listings, availability tends to be favorable because less than ideal weather for most tourists.
Have any suggestions for your next Marquette trip? Drop a comment so I know you’re following along and let me know if you do make it up here!