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Grand Rapids Introduction

A bastion for beer and art, Grand Rapids has garnered quite the reputation in the Great Lakes and Midwest region. Craft beer is the city's biggest claim to fame, with hop-lovers pouring in to sample harvest ales, barrel-aged stouts, and plenty of inventive creations. Galleries and sculpture parks have put Grand Rapids on the map as a top destination for culture aficionados, while attractions like the Gerald R. Ford Museum and Grand Rapids African American Museum & Archives offer a glimpse of the city's past.

Hotels in Grand Rapids

In downtown Grand Rapids, well-known hotel chains welcome guests with stylish decor, spacious rooms, and on-site drinking and dining options. Luxury hotels in Grand Rapids raise the bar with extras such as swimming pools, fitness centers, and spacious suites overlooking the river. There are plenty of midrange options available, with most offering cooked breakfasts and fast WiFi. Other properties feature creature comforts like laundry facilities and kitchenettes. Wherever you stay, book in advance to unlock exclusive Grand Rapids hotel deals.

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Where to stay

Downtown Grand Rapids is a natural choice for most travelers. Hotels in this area put you within walking distance of cafes, restaurants, and, of course, breweries. Venture into the suburbs and you'll find characterful inns and B&Bs that promise a local experience in Grand Rapids. If you're arriving late at night or traveling on business, hotels near the airport are popular choices, with some within walking distance of the main terminal. For cheap hotels in Grand Rapids, look to motels and inns strung along the main highways surrounding the city. You'll also find great hotel deals in nearby hubs like Grandville and Holland.

Things to see

Beer is serious business in Grand Rapids. You'll find breweries housed in historic chapels and 19th-century fire stations, breweries championing organic ingredients, and breweries serving dozens of tap beers and 100s of bottles. Pick up a map from the Grand Rapids CVB and start exploring. The city doesn't scrimp on culture, with attractions like the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park showcasing works by Henry Moore, Ai Weiwei, and Auguste Rodin. Grand Rapids Art Museum is another stellar attraction, filled with masterpieces from the likes of Richard Diebenkorn and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Grand Rapids is also a gateway to sandy beaches strung along the shores of Lake Michigan. Grand Haven is a local favorite, fringed by golden sand and a lively boardwalk dotted with cafes and restaurants. Saugatuck, an artsy village to the south of Grand Haven, is a great place to enjoy Lake Michigan's fiery sunsets.

How to get to Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids is in West Michigan, a 2.5-hour drive from Detroit. Most visitors arrive by car via the I-96, I-196 and Hwy 131. The city is serviced by Gerald R. Ford International Airport, a 20-minute drive or 45-minute bus ride from downtown Grand Rapids. Chicago's O'Hare International Airport is another major gateway, a 3-hour drive from Grand Rapids. Amtrak trains run from Chicago to Grand Rapids daily.