Apr 20, 2019 - Apr 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Straddling two counties in the Northern Michigan Region, Traverse City is part of a micropolitan area that is home to over 140,000 people with 14,000 living in the city itself. Although technically in two counties, Traverse City is the county seat of Grand Traverse County.
The Traverse City micropolitan area is known throughout the United States for tart cherries, as the region is the largest producer of the popular fruit. Every year, over half a million people head to Traverse City to enjoy the National Cherry Festival, a week-long event in the beginning of July.
When choosing a hotel in the Traverse City area, there are properties right on the waters of Grand Traverse Bay as well as inland closer to the center of the city and the heart of the Cherry Capital of the World. You can choose from simple accommodations to great family spots during your trip to northern Michigan.
When you want to visit the relaxing and beautiful Traverse City area, Skyscanner is here to help you select the best spot for you to stay during your visit. Check out prices, amenities, star ratings, and specific hotel brands all in an easy to sort format.
There are some great hotels outside of the major brands in the Traverse City area for you to choose from when you travel to this incredible part of the north Michigan coast. If you love boutique hotels and want to stay at a property on your business or family trip to this picturesque region, there are many to choose from with a wide variety of amenities. Take a look at these boutique hotels in Traverse City:
Northern Michigan has a ton to offer the summer vacation crowd and if you like staying right on the water then Traverse City has a place for you and when choosing to travel to Traverse City you will have a great selection of beachfront hotels in the coastline area, one of the most sought-after sections of the area. Here are some amazing waterfront properties in Traverse City, Michigan:
Whether you are an action junkie and want to do everything you can on the water or just want to kick back while you get away from it all, you can have it your way and so can the whole family when visiting the northern region of the state. There are hotels with plenty for kids to do, hotels that come with one or more meals included to help you keep your visit carefree, and available items and features like cribs and adjoining rooms. Here are some great examples of family hotels in Traverse City:
Just over an hour’s drive will find you in Traverse City. Traverse City, or “TC”, to those in the area, is on the shores of Lake Michigan and has much to offer in the way of recreating. http://www.traversecity.com/ Restaurants, beaches, and events abound. The National Cherry Festival is TC’s largest event, held in July. http://www.cherryfestival.org/ Traverse City is also near Sleeping Bear Dunes.
One of the prettiest areas in Michigan grows lots of cherries, has small wine producers, and sits on a gorgeous bay. There's also farm-to-table restaurants and a cute downtown. A good place to spend a long weekend.
Traverse City is a major city on the western end of Michigan and direct access to National Park unit Sleeping Bear Dunes National Shore. It also is great cherry and wine region. Disability access and disability parking vary due to activities you choose. You could spend 3 days and still have things to do.
Traverse City is 50 minutes to the Southwest. Big City with Big Things to Do in the Summer, and Winter.