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PETOSKEY


Landmark dining, lodging and waterfront views.


Stafford’s Bay View Inn Angela Whitener, Sales Manager


2011 Woodland • Petoskey • MI • 49770 231-348-6017 • Fax: 231-348-6016


www.staffords.comangiew@staffords.com


Rooms/suites: 17/14 Meeting rooms: 5


Reception capacity: Indoor: 250 Outdoor: 100


Onsite restaurant: 1 Golf courses nearby: Yes


With gorgeous bay views, historic accommodations, gourmet cuisine and unsurpassed service, Stafford’s Bay View Inn offers a premier northern Michigan destination for discriminating corporate event planners. Buy out the Inn and guarantee a fabulous, exclusive event for your group. Our flagship property, Stafford’s Bay View Inn, offers guests the grace and romance of a bygone era, set against the exquisite views of Little Traverse Bay. This charming country inn was built in 1886 and has enchanted visitors for over 120 years. Some of northern Michigan’s finest dining can be experienced in our Roselawn Dining Room. Guests of the Bay View Inn can retire to their rooms in uncommon


tranquility. Victorian-style décor and furnishings with no telephone and no television add to the historic charm. However, guests are never far from modern day amenities like concierge services, complimentary wireless Internet, business center, in-room CD players and complete audiovisual rentals.


PETOSKEY 19th century ambience. 21st century amenities. Stafford’s Perry Hotel


Angela Whitener, Sales Manager 100 Lewis St • Petoskey • MI • 49770 231-348-6017 • Fax: 231-348-6016


www.staffords.comangiew@staffords.com


The Perry Hotel, with its convenient location at the heart of Petoskey’s downtown Gaslight District, delivers a seamless and memorable corporate event atmosphere immersed in historic charm. Established in 1899 as one of some 20 original luxury resort hotels, Stafford’s


Rooms/suites: 80 Meeting rooms: 6


Max. reception capacity: Indoor capacity: 250 Outdoor capacity: 250


Onsite restaurants: 3 Golf course nearby: Yes


Perry Hotel is the only one still operating today. Experience the grandeur and elegance of a bygone era without leaving modern day conveniences behind. Perched high on a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, the Perry Hotel stands as a proud symbol of the early 1900s when northern Michigan tourism was in its infancy. Petoskey’s historic downtown Gaslight District grew up around the Perry Hotel and features premier shopping and dining opportunities. The Perry Hotel boasts 80 individually appointed guest rooms, many with private balconies overlooking the crystal clear waters of Little Traverse Bay. Within the Perry Hotel are three distinct dining choices. The famed H.O. Rose Dining Room, elegant and sophisticated, but reasonably priced; the Rose Garden Veranda, outdoors, lush foliage, open-air dining; and the Noggin Room Pub, casual, roll-up-your-sleeves bar and grill.


Guests of the Perry Hotel enjoy concierge and business center services, complimentary


wireless Internet service, complete audiovisual rental


selections, onsite food and beverage services, and of course, those famous million dollar sunsets.


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