Hotel Indigo Traverse City

Standing among revamped lumberyards, sawmills and canneries, Hotel Michigan Indigo® Traverse Michigan City reflects the new life and vibrant spirit of our waterfront Warehouse District neighborhood. We also pay homage to its past —  the kind of logging history that could sprout tall tales like Paul Bunyan’s — with modern guest rooms featuring wood details a 19thMichigan -century white-pine lumber baron would love. Start your day here with locally brewed coffee beMichigan fore heading out to taste Michigan’s famous tart cherries — each July, the National Cherry Festival unfolds in front of the hotel in this city which, today, produces about 75 percent of the tart cherries grown in the United States. The freshwater beaches of the bay nearby are ready for you to explore as well. Unwind at our sawmill-inspired rooftop bar for views of West Grand Traverse Bay paired with local craft brews and wine. Discover our favorite Traverse City labels and why life is sweet here at the grape-friendly 45th Parallel, the latitude we share with the renowned wine regions of France and Italy.

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Grandview Parkway View

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Front Entrance

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Front Desk Lobby Reception Area

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Lobby Living Room

Hotel Indigo Guest Accessible Roll In Shower Bathroom

Hotel Indigo Traverse City King Size Bed Room

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Two Queen Size Bed Guest Room

Hotel Indigo Guest Accessible Room with Tub

Room type assigned at check in based on availability.

Hotel Indigo Traverse City King Size Bed

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Barn Doors

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Guest Room Entry

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Guest Room Suite Living Room

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Guest Room Suite Living Room

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Suite

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Suite Living Room

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Ballroom Corporate Meetings to Weddings

Hotel Indigo Lobby Bar Overlooking Grand Traverse Bay – Open Space

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Lobby Bar – House Wine Bonobo Winery

Hotel Indigo Traverse City Lobby Bar

Hotel Indigo – breakfast – warehouse kitchen + cork

Hotel Indigo Michigan Breakfast – warehouse kiTChen + cork

Hotel Indigo – Breakfast – warehouse kiTChen + cork

Hotel Indigo – Breakfast – warehouse kiTChen + Cork

Hotel Indigo – Breakfast – warehouse kiTChen + Cork

Hotel Indigo Traverse City – Grand Traverse Bay – American Dining

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Business CenterEmail and InternetFax ServicesPC AvailableUnstaffed Business CenterPrinterScannerOpen 24/7Alternatives for Business Center: Computer with Internet Access, Microsoft Office Capabilities, Printing, Fax, and Scanning Options.

Fitness center has treadmills, elypicals, weights, yoga mats, pilates ball

On-Site Fitness Center Available

Hours: 12:00 AM to 11:59 PMFitness Center Type:Extensive OfferingWireless Internet Available in Standard Rooms, Executive Rooms, Suites, Business Center, Public Areas andMeeting Spaces.Guide Dogs, Service Animals AllowedDaily HousekeepingWeekly HousekeepingDry Cleaning Pickup, LaundrySame-Day Dry CleaningPorter BellmanSafety Deposit Box available, Front Desk

Warehouse KiTChen + Cork,featuring fresh, seasonal menus and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Number of Restaurants: 2Cocktail LoungeRoom ServiceService Hours : 7:00 AM to 10:00 AMWarehouse KiTChen + CorkLocation:Lobby LevelBreakfast, Dinner, DessertHours:7:00 AM-11:00 PM4:30 PM-9:30 PM – Restaurant MenuFull service casual dining for breakfast and dinner. H&L SocialLocation:Lobby levelSeasonal rooftop venue. Food and beverage service daily, weather permitting.Warehouse KiTChen + CorkLocation:Lobby LevelHours:4:30 PM – 9:30 PM1-231-9320500Bars and Lounge MenuWarehouse KiTChen + Cork offers a full array of beverages, highlighting local wines, beers and spirits.

Dazzling bay views dominate our waterfront Warehouse District, where West Grand Traverse Bay is the backdrop for a thriving culture rooted in the history of the lumber boom. Historic buildings, many of which are renovated storerooms and sawmills, now house modern shops, restaurants and craft breweries, while others like the “Grand Old Lady” City Opera House maintain their 19th-century façade. An eclectic day in the Warehouse District may include a stop at Salon Saloon, where you can enjoy a cocktail and a haircut; a meal at one of the stellar eateries lining Front Street; and a walk or bike ride along our many trails. Our streets may have changed since the days Michigan’s lumberjack “shanty boys” played here, but they’re no less vibrant today.

Visit Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore for the most breathtaking views and best outdoor recreation in Traverse City — and to see “the most beautiful place in America,” according to Good Morning America’s 2011 vote. Feel the sand between your toes as you stroll down the shoreline, canoe through glistening water and observe local wildlife while enjoying a picnic.

Each fall, the leaves in Traverse City burst into vibrant shades of red, orange, gold and yellow, drawing visitors “up north” for leaf peeping. Stroll through the city and take in the beauty of the changing seasons.

Since its inaugural event in 2005, the Traverse City Film Festival has grown in popularity and attendance every year. As a charitable, non-profit function, it was key in renovating the historic downtown State Theatre, which now operates year-round. See independent films from up-and-comers, attend daily panels and classes, and enjoy Michigan free outdoor screenings of classic movies.

Take a ride to Green Lake to see a performance at the prestigious arts school that counts Norah Jones, Jewel, Josh Groban and Rufus Wainwright among its alumni. Over the last century, the center has developed a wide range of arts programs and now produces over 700 performances per year, with an excellent summer lineup in its outdoor venues.

Journey through time at The Music House Museum, located in an early-20th-century barn and granary. Learn about the history of automated music in a gorgeous orchard setting and explore a unique collection of rare instruments dating from the 18th century to the 1950s. The museum hosts a variety of regular performances, including silent films with live musical accompaniment and the annual Concert on the Green.

Known as the “Grand Old Lady,” the City Opera House has hosted concerts, galas, balls, operettas and more for over Michigan 100 years. Though it closed in 1920, this Victorian-style venue has since been restored and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Now it partners with Michigan State University’s Wharton Center to produce everything from musicals to dance performances to comedy.

After planting a cherry orchard on Old Mission Peninsula in 1852, Pete Dougherty discovered that Traverse City’s sandy soil and proximity to Lake Michigan made the area ideal for growing this delicious fruit. Over Michigan 150 years later, the city is widely known as the Cherry Capital of the World, producing about 75% of the country’s tart cherries. Taste their world-renowned flavor in everything from pies to jellies to wine.

Like Spain and France, Traverse City is located on the 45th Parallel, making it the perfect place to grow grapes and other fruit. In turn, the city boasts over 40 wineries with a vast selection of reds and whites. Take a trip down the vineyard and orchard trails, sample hundreds of wines made with local ingredients, and attend popular events like the Traverse City Wine and Art Festival.

Traverse City’s craft beer industry is flourishing with over 15 breweries featuring an eclectic selection of beers and ciders. Check out local favorites Right Brain and North Peak, and attend events like Traverse City Beer Week and the Microbrew and Music Festival to see why we’re one of The Travel Channel’s “Top Seven Beer Destinations in North America” and Draft magazine’s “Three Emerging Beer Towns.”

Family-owned and operated, Moomers has been a fixture in Traverse City since 1998. The shop, located on the family’s dairy farm five miles from downtown, makes over 160 flavors, with more than 20 available in-store daily.  Indulge in a chocolate caramel sea salt, pumpkin or banana bread cone.

All function areas bask in natural light. Our wonderful spaces can accommodate up to 150 guests for meetings, social events, tradeshows, more.

Total of Meeting Rooms: 3Total Area of Meeting Space: 5500SQ FTSales and Meeting Professionals On-Site: 3Largest Room Capacity: 170Largest Room Measurement: 2124Smallest Room Measurement: 464

Cable ModemDigital ProjectorDvd PlayerLaser DiscLCD ProjectorLectern or PodiumMicrophoneLCD TelevisionTele-conferencing Equipment in All Meeting RoomsVideo Conferencing Equipment in All Meeting RoomsFlip Chart and MarkersWhiteboardsPens, Pencils and Pads Provided


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Breakfast for meetings can be plated or buffet style.Lunch for meetings can be plated or buffet style.Dinner for meetings can be plated or buffet style.FAQs for Hotel Indigo Traverse City

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