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Mission Point Lodging Overview

05/25/2010


MISSION POINT RESORT - LODGING FACT SHEET



  • The resort’s 242 rooms comprise a diverse and eclectic portfolio of accommodations, in design, furnishings, size, configuration and variety of views.

  • Rooms range from the standard (Carriage) category with two double beds to the luxurious Great Lakes Suite (the resort’s version of a president’s suite), featuring three bedrooms, four bathrooms (two with Jacuzzi tubs), a large living room, dining area, fireplace, outside deck and private elevator, all framed by spectacular views of Lake Huron and the Straits of Mackinac.

  • The rooms are located in two large buildings, the Main Lodge and the Straits Lodge. The Main lodge offers 109 rooms and features the resort’s three main restaurants, plus the Great Hall—a magnificent rustic reception area—built around 17 nine-ton Norwegian pine trusses that soar 36 feet high to form a giant 16-sided “tepee,” six fireplaces (kept burning throughout the summer season) and the “library” with its numerous shelves of books and comfortable overstuffed couches and chairs.

  • The Main Lodge includes the presidential Great Lakes Suite, five specialty/honeymoon suites, four with whirlpools, two with fireplaces and each with a different décor; 38 Lakeview Rooms, located on the second and third floors; and 37 Garden Rooms, located primarily on the first floor, with garden or lake view.

  • The Straits Lodge, which is the only section of the resort that remains open during the winter season—from the week before Christmas through March 10—has 133 rooms, including 14 two-room hot tub suites, among the most popular rooms at the resort, in both summer and winter (the rooms have privacy-screened hot tubs on outside decks); 36 family attractive Forest Rooms, two-room accommodations featuring a king bed in one room and two twin beds in the other room; and all of the resort’s 23 double-bed Carriage rooms.

  • The Straits Lodge also houses Johnson Hall with its huge fireplace and galley kitchen. In summer season, the room is used as a place for guests to connect and relax or as a backup room for receptions and weddings during inclement weather. In winter season, when the Main Lodge and its restaurants are closed, Johnson Hall is used for “family style” dining on Friday and Saturday nights and for continental buffet breakfast throughout the week.


 


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