Guests of our hotels in Port Huron will love the unique ambience of this Michigan waterside community, located just across the St. Clair River from Ontario, Canada.
Spanning the St. Clair, the Blue Water Bridge is one of the most photographed architectural sites in Port Huron, and hotel guests often take advantage of the unique backdrop created by its two span bridges (built 60 years apart) for photo opportunities from Port Huron’s shores.
Another photo-worthy waterside attraction is the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse. Built in 1829, it was the first lighthouse constructed in Michigan. In the warmer months, visitors will also enjoy the public beach and park at Lighthouse Beach.
Thanks to a thirsty entrepreneurial spirit, Michigan is home to over 80 breweries. Craft beer aficionados enjoying our accommodations in Port Huron can sample some of the best the state has to offer at the Vintage Tavern and the Quay Street Brewing Company, where a riverside setting makes any occasion more special.
Guests of our Port Huron accommodations can also enjoy a wide range of dining opportunities, from casual Italian at Pompeii’s Pizza and Italian Eatery to gourmet steak and seafood at the upscale Bistro 1882.