4 Michigan Hotels Your Wedding Guests Will Love

Suggest these Michigan hotels when friends and family come to town for your wedding.
by Paula Kashtan

for relatives coming from far away

The rooms at the castle-like Royal Park Hotel are fit for royalty with Egyptian cotton sheets and a pillow menu which offers feather down, fiber and memory foam pillows. Reception in Rochester? Take advantage of this boutique hotel's free shuttles to downtown. Royal Park Hotel, Rochester, (248) 652-2600

for guests with tykes in tow

The indoor, heated pool and gym are the stars at the Westin Southfield Detroit hotel, which is 20 minutes from downtown Detroit. Your guests will literally breathe easier -- it's smoke-free. The Westin Southfield Detroit, Southfield, (248) 827-4000

for your parents' friends

Amway Grand Plaza Hotel organizes historic walking tours for guests -- perfect for wedding weekends with a bit of downtime. Even most “classic” (aka standard) guest rooms here come with pillow-top mattresses, the option of two queen-sized beds instead of squeezing into doubles and pretty views of the Grand River, the longest one in the state. Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, (800) 253-3590

for your friends

Weber's is a 73-year-old Ann Arbor restaurant -- and it's also a hotel with poolside rooms, balconies and spiral staircases. In addition to the delicious steak and seafood and nightly entertainment, your guests can relax in the sauna and enjoy free Internet access from nearly everywhere on the property. Weber's Restaurant & Hotel, Ann Arbor, (734) 769-2500

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