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Park Place Hotel in Traverse City, Michigan


The Park Place Hotel in downtown Traverse City, Michigan

After Rose and I left Mackinac Island in October 2012, we stayed for one night at the Park Place Hotel in downtown Traverse City, Michigan. This hotel was constructed in the 1920s and opened around 1930 as a ten story hotel and has remained the tallest building in Traverse City ever since. The hotel was very nice and Rose and I both enjoyed our stay. There are several places to eat within the hotel and the views from the higher level floors are breathtaking if you are facing Grand Traverse Bay. The hotel is also just one block from Front Street in downtown Traverse City as well as the Traverse City State Theater, a historic theater that was restored in the mid-2000s after sitting empty for more than a decade.

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