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Wyndham Garden Grand Rapids Airport - Grand Rapids - Lobby
Airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
Amway Grand Plaza, Curio Collection by Hilton - Grand Rapids - Living room
Free Wi-Fi
Clarion Inn & Suites Airport - Grand Rapids - Bedroom
Clarion Inn & Suites Airport - Grand Rapids - Bedroom
Airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
JW Marriott Grand Rapids - Grand Rapids - Patio
JW Marriott Grand Rapids - Grand Rapids - Patio
JW Marriott Grand Rapids
8.7 Excellent
Free Wi-Fi
Sleep Inn & Suites - Grand Rapids - Front desk
Sleep Inn & Suites - Grand Rapids - Front desk
Sleep Inn & Suites
6.4 Good
Free Wi-Fi

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Top tips for finding Grand Rapids hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Grand Rapids, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Grand Rapids in January and February.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Grand Rapids if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 22 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Grand Rapids accommodation.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Grand Rapids found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $256, while the most expensive was $320.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Grand Rapids for 24 days.
  • Interested in trying out some local cuisine in Grand Rapids, while shopping at the same time? Choose a hotel near the Downtown Market, such as The Leonard at Logan House. The Downtown Market contains a variety of food stalls, retail stores, and even a rooftop greenhouse, making it a great place to grab a bite or purchase some souvenirs.
  • If you’re a history enthusiast, pick a hotel near the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, such as the Holiday Inn, located two-minutes’ walk away. The museum allows visitors to step inside a recreation of the Oval Office, see the original Watergate burglary tools, and visit the burial site of President Ford and his wife, Betty.
  • Grand Rapids is known for having a prized collection of breweries, making it a great place for beer lovers to explore. If you would like to try some of the city’s craft beer, book a hotel next to the popular Brewery Vivant, like the Hampton Inn & Suites at the Downtown location.
  • For travelers that enjoy canoeing and kayaking, choose a hotel near the Grand River, such as The Grand River Hotel. Visitors can either book tours with a private company like Grand River Kayak and Canoe, or simply rent their own equipment.
  • If you’re visiting Grand Rapids with your family, select a hotel next to the Grand Rapids Children's Museum, such as The Lafayette House Bed & Breakfast located just a four-minute walk from the children’s museum. The museum contains hands-on exhibits and workshops, including robot building and creating giant bubbles.

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Delta Hotels by Marriott Grand Rapids Airport7.2/10 ratingout of 6 reviews · $105 avg price/ night
If you want to sleep, eat, or get a reliable Marriott Bonvoy experience - go somewhere else. The rooms facing the indoor pool have no soundproofing so you hear all the kids yelling - including past 10 PM when the pool is supposed to close. The doors also don't insulate well so the room smells and feels like you're at a pool. There were no food options available in the evening. Bar may have served drinks (I never saw anyone staffing it), but at check they confirmed there was no staffing for the kitchen and they have no elite lounge/pantry offering. Also beware the hotel shuttle service. I called in advance to confirm the hours of operation as we had an early flight out the next morning (I was told 4:30 AM-midnight). At check in the staff actually told me I'd be better off with an Uber as they really only offer the shuttle to hotel crews and it's usually booked up early in the morning. Despite that, I asked about availability and after learning the 5 AM was fully booked I accepted the 4:30 AM. The next morning at 4:30 we're informed the shuttle doesn't actually operate until 5 and get another round of excuses. Ultimately they got us to the airport in time, but I'd have picked a different hotel as the shuttle was half the reason for the stay. Regarding being a Marriott brand, the hotel is failing the brand standards everywhere. I probably should have tried to claim both the room type and arrival gift failure compensations after check in took when the front desk lady couldn't honor my (confirmed suite upgrade) room type and was totally unaware of the elite welcome amenity/lounge/alternative offerings. The room we did get had a desk chair that was probably due for replacement before the pandemic and the air conditioning (which we had to run constantly to mitigate the pool humidity) was about the loudest I've ever heard. Overall, my stay was more in line with a $29 pricelined motel than a "Classic Premium" brand Marriott property.
(Anonymous, 31 May 2022)
Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown8.5/10 ratingout of 42 reviews · $150 avg price/ night
I paid for a room with a view and was treated to a view of 131 and the accompanying panhandlers at the off ramp. Staff was helpful and nice, especially cleaning staff. Front desk/concierge a little less so. Our biggest complaint was the size of the two-queen room we were in. Very cramped without room to eat or walk past each other. No continental breakfast nook in the lobby, but they will provide room service for an absurd fee. Beds were very comfortable, shower was excellent.
(Anonymous, 14 May 2022)

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