This coastal town offers more than the sandy white beaches that make Lake Michigan a favored destination. Thanks to the influence of the town’s earliest Dutch immigrants, visitors to our hotels in Holland can experience a taste of the Netherlands while visiting this Michigan beach community.
A trip to Windmill Island—complete with an antique carousel, Amsterdam street organ and a 240-year-old working De Zwaan windmill—is a can’t-miss during your stay in Holland. Hotel guests can continue the fun at Neil’s Dutch Village Park, before ending the day at the DeKlomp Wooden Shoe and Delft Factory, where wooden shoes and traditional Dutch blue and white pottery are for sale.
Guests enjoying our Holland accommodations during colder months will appreciate another Dutch innovation as they walk the heated downtown sidewalks, warmed by underground water pipes. This unique feature makes exploring the 100 area shops and restaurants, housed in the area’s Victorian buildings, a pleasant experience not found anywhere else.
After all that shopping and walking, wind down with a pint of local beer at the New Holland Microbrewery. Before heading back to your Holland hotel, try the Dutch confection dubbel zout, a double-salted licorice available in local sweet shops.