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SinceGrand Hotel has been a defining feature of historic Mackinac Islandwhere horse-drawn carriages and bicycles are the modes of transportation. Here are a few things you might now know about Grand Hotel that make it a true American icon.
Varney is also known for his de consultancy at the White House. Harry Truman, John F. Kennedy, Gerald Ford, George H. Bush and Bill Clinton have all experienced the elegance and unique atmosphere of Grand Hotel. Grand Hotel has been associated with the same family since and owned solely by them since Stewart Woodfill came to Grand Hotel in to work as a modest desk clerk and worked his way up the ranks to manager and eventually owner.
His nephew came to work fulltime the hotel in and like his uncle, ascended the ranks to president and wife Amelia Musser became the secretary treasurer, they ultimately purchased the hotel in keeping it in the same family. Today, the Musser family still runs the business.
At feet long, no other hotel in the world can match it. That includes relaxing in a rocking chair while enjoying stunning views of the Straits of Mackinac.
More than one ton of flower bulbs are planted each fall to create the many gardens on Grand Hotel grounds. This classic film starring Christopher Reeves and Jane Seymour was filmed on location at Grand Enthusiasts of the film meet every year in October to celebrate the cinematic secrets of the timeless classic and meet cast members. Scottish Terrier Sadie, owned by hotel proprietors Amelia and R. Musser, Jr. Mackinac Island.
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