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Quaint hotel on the lakefront. Family run. Rooms need updating but are fairly priced and in a great location. Restaurant and bar have a beautiful view of Lake Michigan in a cozy 1970s atmosphere. A step back in time.
I really didn't have much choice as this took was about all I could find when looking for a room for my class reunion. Truthfully, while it was a good stay, and we had no real problems. Other than the novelty of having Lake Michigan...More
Wanted to spend an afternoon on the lake and relax. We arrived at 2pm and checkin was at 3pm. We pre checked in and was told they would call when the room was ready, which was great as we wanted to explore the town and...More
We were in Two Rivers for two days to access the great trail systems and wanted to stay right on the lake. The Lighthouse Inn fit the bill and then some. Maybe the rooms were a bit dated by some standards but we had no...More
We spent 3 nights at the hotel and really enjoyed it. It is right on Lake Michigan and our room had great views of the lake and shoreline all the way to Manitowoc.
It is an older hotel but well maintained and very clean. Has...More
USD 96 - USD 102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I agree with the above answers. Not much of a tourist destination.A better choice is Milwaukee. It offers a variety of big city amenities including a walkable downtown riverfront area, lots of restaurants and micro... More
I agree with the above answers. Not much of a tourist destination.A better choice is Milwaukee. It offers a variety of big city amenities including a walkable downtown riverfront area, lots of restaurants and micro breweries. Other attractions are the art museum on the lakefront, the history museum and the "domes," an inside/outside horticultural park, and a world famous zoo.