MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN PROPERTY EST. 1930 The Landmark Inn is surrounded by the majesty of Lake Superior on one side and the rolling terrain of historic downtown Marquette on the other, and within its walls are decades of rich Michigan history. Opened in 1930 as the Hotel Northland, it was the social center of Marquette until its closing in 1982. Today, after a major, award-winning restoration, the Inn features a gracious grand lobby, stained glass windows, and guestrooms that have been individually decorated with antiques and reproductions. The Landmark Inn also specializes in memorable destination weddings. The director and actors from the 1959 movie Anatomy of a Murder were guests of The Landmark while they filmed at the Marquette Courthouse. ORIGINAL HOTEL CHARMING SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR ART DECO AMENITIES 66 individually decorated guestrooms, including suites. Some rooms with fireplaces and views overlooking Lake Superior and the historic downtown district. DINING Newly renovated, the Piedmont Restaurant honors Italy’s Northwest Region culture of making exquisitely simple dishes from fresh ingredients, using traditional recipes, including appetizers, salads, entrées, wood fired pizza and pasta, featuring wines to complement the rustic dishes. The Northland Pub offers casual fare and live music. Overlooking majestic Lake Superior, the Northstar Lounge features craft cocktails. LOCATION Nestled in historic downtown Marquette, overlooking Lake Superior, across from the historic Peter White Public Library; within walking distance of museums, galleries, theaters, unique shops, restaurants, and entertainment. Miles of bike and walking paths along Lake Superior shoreline. Sawyer Int’l Airport: 20 miles, 25 minutes. 230 North Front Street Marquette, MI 49855 T 906.228.2580
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