The Hotel Saugatuck is one of Michigan's Historical Landmarks, but you wouldn’t know it after its complete renovation in 2016.
Reopened with its new name and an upscale sensibility, the Hotel Saugatuck invites you to leave behind your stressful schedules and anxiety, and join us for the ultimate romantic getaway on Michigan's Art Coast.
Located at the gateway of Saugatuck's Historic District, reminiscent of vintage, small-town America, we are just a short walk to downtown and or to Douglas, where you will find many unique boutique shops, art galleries and restaurants.
Our luxury, 18-room bed and breakfast offers the ultimate in guest service, modern comfort, and amenities unlike any property in the area, along with gourmet breakfast and tempting desserts delivered to your room.
Each of our 18 spacious rooms features king beds, fireplaces, Jason Hydrotherapy tubs with Microsilk technology, a separate shower with rain shower head plus body sprays, flatscreen TVs with Netflix and Pandora, luxury linens, coffee maker, wet bar, and outdoor grill access with utensils.
Six of our rooms are in three duplex cottages apart from the main building. Each has a porch with Adirondack chairs.
Whether you visit to enjoy the area’s year-round activities and exciting events, or just relax in an environment where there are no demands while taking in the views of Lake Kalamazoo, the Hotel Saugatuck promises an unforgettable experience. We welcome everyone.
Unique experiences at The Hotel Saugatuck
Review what we say above about what’s offered in all the rooms of The Hotel Saugatuck. You’ve got all you need. Some couples barely leave their rooms.
There’s enough history on this property to warrant a whole book. Ask your innkeeper about The Hotel Saugatuck’s past lives as a mill, an ice house, a door and sash company, a boat building facility, a boarding house, a hotel and restaurant, a getaway spot for Al Capone and cronies, and as the Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast.
And while you’re in town, learn about the lost town of Singapore.
Some of our rooms offer views of Lake Kalamazoo, but you can get out on that lake, the Kalamazoo River and Lake Michigan by booking a daytime or sunset cruise on the Star of Saugatuck. Or, tour Saugatuck and Douglas by land and water on the Harbor Duck, a World War II Army amphibious vehicle that’s been transformed into a water taxi seating about 20 people.