My 4th visit to Boyne Highlands. I have never visited durring their core winter season, only late spring/summer.
The Good Stuff: Check in was easy and all employees I encountered were freindly and greeted me with smiles; even the maids...
My king room was huge. Walk in closet. Furnishings all taistful and everything worked in the room. The "Boyne Bed" is great and equal to Westins Hevenly Bed. Divided bathroom with good lighting and counter space. Free coffee and tea throughout the day in the public areas
Area's of Improvement: Pool closes at 9:00pm; needs to be open later. Restaurant and bar/lounge need to be completely redone. A dark, sad and old dinning room and a menu no better than the enviroment. The bar's low, dark ceiling, worn carpet, broken down funishings, lack of moniters, dancing; or for that matter anything to look at makes staying in your room a better option. It sucks with no other place to eat/drink on the property.
I've recently stayed at other mountain resorts including Timberline Lodge Mount Hood and Resort Plaza Park City all with better dinning/amenity options.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Byne Highlands has grown to become one of Michigan's premiere all-season resorts and we've taken care to preserve the things that matter. That's why we provide plenty of excitement - from Zipline Adventures to horsedrawn sleigh rides - right alongside exceptional golf, dinner theatre, and countless opportunities for guests to share time together with family and friends. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Boyne Highlands Hotel Harbor Springs
- Boyne Highland Resort