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I did not excpect such a beautiful hotel as this. Love the upnorth feel & decor throughout the hotel. We had a beautiful room on the 1st floor, it was nice and quiet. The staff was very pleasant. I would recommend this place to anyone,...More
Stayed overnight for a wedding in the area 4th of July weekend. The King Jacuzzi Suite met our expectations. Comfortable bed, in room coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator. Room was clean. Didn't use the pool or a few other amenities as we had to cut our...More
Very hometown friendly place with much pride in their guest enjoyment. They also helped us with shuttle service as when had a number of wedding guests staying at the same hotel. Breakfast selection was better than most quality inn locations.
We stayed at Quality Inn, 2980 Cook Rd., West Branch, MI, and took the 25% breakfast discount card to attached Lumber Jack restaurant. I have never had better corned beef hash than that morning. I order it when I can find it. Lumber Jack corned...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
US$84 - US$128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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The "elevator" was my least favorite thing. Not a regular elevator. A heavy door that opens, then you have to slide open the cage, get in and close the door, then slide the cage shut before it will operate. When you get... More
The "elevator" was my least favorite thing. Not a regular elevator. A heavy door that opens, then you have to slide open the cage, get in and close the door, then slide the cage shut before it will operate. When you get out, you MUST slide the cage shut before you close the door or the elevator won't respond to the next person who needs it. It feels very claustrophobic... but... it's an elevator. This trip I was with my disabled mother so we had to use it. If not for that I would have used the stairs.