Your booking experience in Grand Rapids
Looking for accommodation in Grand Rapids? Booked.net enables you to narrow your search in Michigan by price range and accommodation types. We’ve got design and boutique hotels with a large list of facilities and services as well as other attractive accommodation options that give you a perfect base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Grand Rapids
On a smaller budget, you could stay at Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Grand Rapids, Mi, where prices are about 109US$ per night on average. Comfort Suites South is an affordable choice next to Frog Hollow Boundless Playground, and it also has a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course available.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you enjoy nature, why not choose a central Courtyard Grand Rapids Downtown, which features a tennis court, a sauna and a Jacuzzi as well as located next to a valley and meadows. Also, to stay downtown, book a room at Cityflatshotel Grand Rapids. Guests planning to visit Medical Mile district could consider booking a room at Candlewood Suites Cascade, which is a short walk from Hudsonville Nature Center.
Select a hotel next to Old World Olive Co, such as Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown, located just a 10-minute walk away. The Parsonage Inn B&B and Hampton Inn And Suites Grand Rapids Downtown are good hotels situated near DENYM.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
A luxury choice is Crowne Plaza Grand Rapids, located 6 km from Ada Township Covered Bridge, with a tennis court, a sauna and a golf course. Riverfront Hotel Grand Rapids is a chic 3-star boutique hotel situated less than a 15-minute walk from Shakedown Street. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Grand Rapids-North is a splendid chain hotel a 0-minute drive from Van Andel Arena.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
At Econo Lodge & Suites, families can take advantage of a sauna and a Jacuzzi. Make sure to choose Delta Hotels By Marriott Grand Rapids Airport near X-Golf Grand Rapids - a top-rated resort with views of the sea.
Grand Rapids is the most outdoorsy of all American cities.
As the fun gateway of America, Grand Rapids will deluge your senses with a multitude of dining choices, night dancing, and historic opportunities at the riverside downtown and the famous Heritage Hill.
You can make it all happen in Grand Rapids. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Grand Rapids to luxury one, we have them all at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.
With a reputation as the furniture capital of the world, Grand Rapids revitalized its downtown area now teeming with arts and culture. Natural landscapes there share space with eccentric sculptures at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, while action packed beaches in Grand Haven draw visitors with its diving opportunities, snorkeling and fishing.
- Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, an outdoor sculpture park with nature trails and boardwalk lined with the world-class sculptures
- Van Andel Museum Center offers a piece of the city's history
- Gerald R Ford Museum, devoted to the life of the former president
- Grands Rapids Art Museum offers permanent and rotating art collections
- Grand Rapids Civic Theater, the largest community theatre in the entire United States
The French trader Louis Campau established a trading post in the area in 1826. Even though Louis Campau wasn't the first to pioneer the area, but he bought the downtown to convert it into business district of Grand Rapids in 1831. The exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876 paid off with success and Grand Rapids gained fame as a furniture producer.
In 10 years the city changed orientation with the construction of a hydro-electric plant in the area in 1881. But in the nation it is more famous as the first city to add fluoride to its drinking water, while on the world's cultural scene it is known for the first public art installation ever presented in the world.
Business became a draw card of the city that led to its population doubling at the turn of the century. With the new century it swelled from 82,565 to 197,800 residents. Among the city-native is also the 38th American President Gerald Ford whose life is the subject of a local museum.
Thanks to its cultural density Grand Rapids swapped the furniture business for tourism. The area of the modern city was left almost totally deforested to feed the former business, but today Grand Rapids jumped on the bandwagon of antipollution and entered the new millennium with a revitalized downtown and a construction boom. Besides the construction of the Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids saw numerous hotels built in the area and you can find and book them at Booked.net.