Welcome to Grand Rapids! We are excited to share our city and our home with you. Your room is unimaginably comfortable with easy access and an amazing sense of privacy and our home is located in an extremely safe neighborhood just minutes N.E. of downtown Grand Rapids. We provide fluffy towels and washcloths, television, charging stations, a writing desk fire detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, wine and beer glasses. Our home has warm craftsmanship, high ceilings, natural flooring and open floor plan and is a great stay for couples, business travelers and families. We will also bring you coffee or tea in the morning at your request. We are happy to share our knowledge of the area with you. If you have questions about dining, shopping or activities please do not hesitate to ask.
Enjoy many boutique shopping/dining areas, nature preserve, skiing, kayaking, mountain biking, public gardens, apple orchard/winery, and hospitals. Also, we are 35 minute drive from the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. Grand Rapids is home of ArtPrize and Festival of the Arts. We are also known as Beer City as Grand Rapids is the home to many popular craft breweries. Our home is also nearby many attractions. Robinette's Apple Orchard and Winery is a 5 minute walk from our front door. Provin Trails, a wonderful nature preserve and walking park is a quick minute walk from our home and is a great way to start your morning. There are many boutique shopping and dining areas we can recommend at your request. Beautiful Cannonsburg Park is available for skiing in the winter and zip line activities and concerts in the summer. Another place to have fun in the treetops is Grand Rapids Tree Top Adventure park, a 5 minute drive from our home. This park has six courses for with 4 skill levels including one for children as young as 4 years "obstacle course meets tree house". The beautiful Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is a 158 acre botanical garden and outdoor sculpture park located 5 minutes south of our home. Commonly referred to as Meijer Gardens, it has quickly become one of the most significant sculpture experiences in the mid-west and emerging worldwide cultural destination as well as a popular summer concert venue. In April 2005, The Wall Street Journal wrote that "There's nothing quite like Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park this side of the Kroller-Muller Museum and Sculpture Park in The Netherlands." In May 2009 it was named one of the 30 must-see museums in the world. It is Michigan's second largest tourist attraction and is a feature venue in ArtPrize, the largest art competition decided by public vote. In 2014 it acquired Iron Tree by AI Wei Wei and opened an 8 acre, $22 million Japanese garden. Please be sure to go through our entire list of photos that will show details of your room, our home and surrounding area activites!+ More