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Travel to St. Ignace, Michigan

St. Ignace, Michigan, sits on the northern peninsula of the state. Its scenic location draws visitors seeking to enjoy fun on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron or discover the history of pre-colonial America. can help you find the best St. Ignace hotels with accommodations near the attractions of your choice.

Eastern Peninsula

Most of the city’s many attractive amenities lie along the eastern edge of the peninsula. The city sprung up around the historic St. Ignatius mission, which was originally founded in 1671 by Jacques Marquette. The mission is registered as a national historic place. The Great Waters Festival is held in St. Ignace, and the surrounding peninsula cities during the fall of every year. Hotels in the area often provide lake-view rooms, offering breathtaking views of Lake Huron. The Best Western Plus Harbour Pointe Lakefront features rooms close to the shoreline, allowing a beautiful view of the sun as it rises over Mackinac Island. The Best Western is located in the northern part of St. Ignace’s eastern peninsula area. Room rates begin at $59 per night; call (906) 643-6000 for more information. The Quality Inn Lakefront provides equally beautiful views of Lake Huron from a location nearer the heart of the city. Rates start at $68 per night. The telephone number for the Quality Inn is (906) 643-7581. Both hotels offer access to the year-round driving tours and watersports on the Straits of Mackinac. Dining options near the eastern side of St. Ignace include inexpensive food options, such as B C Pizza, and the more traditional fare at Bentley’s B-N-L Café. The Gangplank offers seafood drawn from the surrounding waters of the Great Lakes.

Highway 2

Travelers leaving the main downtown area are likely to experience the sights and sounds of Highway 2. This popular thoroughfare hosts many of the city’s more convenient amenities, such as quick-stop dining options for commercial drivers and inexpensive rooms for travelers. The city’s small size helps ensure that visitors can stay at locations such as the Voyager Inn or Quality Inn Saint Ignace and still easily get to maritime destinations throughout the peninsula. Rates at the Voyager Inn, where visitors have access to regular ferry service to Mackinac Island, begin at $59 per night. The Voyager Inn can be reached at (906) 643-1530. The Quality Inn provides guests with access to the Mackinac Bridge and Soo Locks throughout the year. Rates at the Quality Inn Saint Ignace begin at $79 per night. Call (906) 643-9700 for more information. Food on Highway 2 typically includes fast-food fare and quick dining options such as Clyde’s Drive-In and the Truck Stop Restaurant.

Enjoying Your Trip to St. Ignace

St. Ignace combines fun in the sun during the warmer months with historic attractions available all year. Visitors often come to experience life on the Great Lakes or take in views of the mechanical masterpieces that allow the Soo Locks to easily move large vessels through the straits. Let help you complete your travel plans with information about St. Ignace hotels, dining options and attractions.

* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.