Hotels in Hancock, Michigan

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Hancock overview

Hancock is a budget-friendly place distinct for its riverfront and known for its spas and college atmosphere. You'll enjoy the ample coffee and bar options, along with outdoor areas for hiking and running. Visitors can explore the campus and neighborhood around Finlandia University and Michigan Technological University. A stop at places like Houghton–Hancock Bridge and Quincy Mine will create some memories. Whatever you're into, Hancock has something for you.

Where to stay in Hancock

Featuring accommodation choices that can meet everyone's needs, Hancock is the place to go. There are 9 hotels in the Hancock area, some with discounts of up to 20%.
  • • 5 2-star hotels with an average price of $80 per night
  • • 4 3-star hotels with an average price of $69 per night

Here are the top hotels based on 723 user reviews of Hancock hotels:
  • • Ramada Hancock Waterfront (Hancock)
  • • Magnuson Hotel Copper Crown (Hancock)

How to get to Hancock

Fly in to Hancock, MI (CMX-Houghton County Memorial), 3.2 mi (5.1 km) from downtown Hancock.

What to see around Hancock

Enjoy the university setting or the collegiate vibe around the area of:
  • • Finlandia University
  • • Michigan Technological University
Some recommended places to see include:
  • • Quincy Mine
  • • Mont Ripley Ski Area
  • • Houghton–Hancock Bridge
  • • Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
  • • A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum

When to visit Hancock

Curious about when's the best time to visit? Here are the seasonal norms to help with your planning:

Seasonal temperature averages
  • • January-March: 39°F day, 8°F night
  • • April-June: 74°F day, 23°F night
  • • July-September: 76°F day, 41°F night
  • • October-December: 58°F day, 11°F night
Seasonal rainfall averages
  • • January-March: 5.6 inches
  • • April-June: 6.9 inches
  • • July-September: 8.3 inches
  • • October-December: 7.0 inches