Major kudos go to the Inn at the Michigan League! The U-M landmark recently received a “guidebook must” designation in a May 11 Washington Post article -- an exciting honor acknowledging the history and elegance of this iconic hotel.
Written by Detroit-based freelancer Rebecca Powers, the article was part of a monthly series titled “You’re Going Where?” May’s installment focuses on Ann Arbor highlights.
Powers described her room as with “stucco walls and a view of the Albert Kahn-designed Burton Memorial Bell Tower (a 1936 campus landmark). The lobby level of this 1929 building is the star, with finishes of polished slate, Detroit-made Pewabic tiles and oak-and-walnut paneling, as well as a large stained-glass window in the stairwell.”
The Inn is located on the fourth floor of the Michigan League in the heart of Central Campus and within a short walk to the downtown area of Ann Arbor. Other U-M campus mentions included the U-M Museum of Art, the Law Library Quadrangle and many favorite restaurants.