ECONOLODGE Escanaba, MISELL SMART ...Without Reservations

Location

921 N. Lincoln Road Escanaba, Michigan

Facilities

The EconoLodge opened in June 1990 and associated with Choice Hotels in May 1996 and is a Platinum Award winning hotel. Hotel amenities features two-story construction, vinyl/wood exterior w/decorative brick facade, metal roof, interior corridors, spacious lobby, breakfast area, whirlpool spa & sauna, and commercial laundry. There are 50 guestrooms, consisting of oneroom suites, double and single rooms with new queen size and/or double beds. Room amenities include high-speed wireless Internet access, new 32” LG flat screen television w/cable & HBO, direct-dial telephone, electronic door lock, coffeemaker, refrigerator, micro-wave oven, hair dryer, alarm clock and iron/ironing board. The parking lot is paved, striped, and well-lighted and offers electrical hookups for trucks. There is landscape stone and occasional shrubbery around the perimeter of the building

Comments

The EconoLodge opened in June 1990 and associated with Choice Hotels in May 1996 and is a Platinum Award winning hotel. Room amenities include high-speed wireless Internet access, new 32” LG flat screen television w/cable & HBO, direct-dial telephone, electronic door lock, coffeemaker, refrigerator, micro-wave oven, hair dryer, alarm clock and iron/ironing board.

Attractions

The EconoLodge of Escanaba is located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, in Delta County. The neighborhood is a heavily developed commercial “strip” that starts near the Northern Escanaba city limits and extends about five miles south along Lincoln Road, which is also known as Highway US 41, outside the Escanaba city limits. The hotel’s strategic location, offering high visibility and excellent accessibility, gives the EconoLodge a competitive advantage over other hotel properties located in the primary market area. The Historic Downtown Business of Escanaba is less than one mile from the EconoLodge. Nearby demand generators include the U.P. State Fairgrounds, Island Resort & Casino, Peninsula Point Lighthouse, Sand Point Light Station, and the Bays de Noc shoreline, considered the “Walleye Capital of the World”. Dining options include The Stonehouse, The Swedish Pantry Restaurant, Herford & Hops, Drifters, Buck Inn, and The Ludington Grill, to name a few.