Voyager Inn Saint Ignace, MISELL SMART ...Without Reservations


The Voyager Inn has great curb appeal right at the US-2 West exit off I-75 and is the first hotel on the I-75 Business Loop heading into the Downtown Business District of St. Ignace. St. Ignace is joined by the 5-mile long Mackinac Bridge, which links the town with Mackinaw City in the lower peninsula. Regionally, scenic US Highway 2 heads west from St. Ignace along Lake Michigan to Escanaba.


The Voyager Inn comprises 42 total rooms; 34 rooms in the main building, indoor swimming pool and spa, and breakfast area in the hotel lobby. The second detached building has 8 rooms. Both buildings are two-story, interior, dryvit/vinyl exterior, slab on grade, wood frame construction. The hotel offers a variety of room types including: deluxe king, pool side, double and queen beds, and “choice” senior rooms. All rooms offer high-speed wireless Internet access as well as cable television w/remote, clock radio, microwave, mini-fridge and coffee maker. The hotel is situated on 4.5 acres of land that offers plenty of paved parking for guests and will accommodate recreational vehicles and tour buses.


The hotel is in excellent condition and offers a great opportunity for an owner/operator to step in without the challenges of deferred maintenance or costly renovations. Additionally, the hotel offers future upside potential through franchise affiliation with a national brand.


Each year over the last weekend in June St. Ignace hosts what is reportedly the world’s largest all category auto show, drawing thousands of car enthusiasts to the shores of Lake Huron to attend this unique event. Nearby attractions include Father Marquette National Memorial, Fort de Buade Museum, The Museum of Ojibwa Culture, Mystery Spot, and the Kewadin Shores Gaming Casino. The Voyager Inn is conveniently located to St. Ignace restaurants, shopping, St. Ignace Ferries to and from Mackinac Island, Mackinaw City’s Fort Michilimackinac, recreational opportunities, and of course, great views of the Mackinaw Bridge.