Stylish and comfortable accommodation in the Bavarian themed East Michigan city
Located at the heart of the East Michigan city and close to the banks of the Cass River, the Fairfield Inn Frankenmuth offers comfortable accommodation for those visiting the historic township that still pays homage to its Bavarian roots.
The hotel is made-up of 56 rooms and 6 luxury suites, each of which is fitted with a private en-suite bathroom. Each of these spacious guestrooms offers clean and simple dcor and furnishing as well as a range of electrical amenities.
Guests can expect to find their room equipped with a 37 flat-screen television, complete with cable channels (including HBO), telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, and iron and ironing board. A work area is included together with an ergonomic chair and adjustable lamp. Room upgrades feature the likes of a refrigerator and microwave, or even a whirl-pool hot tub.
Amongst the facilities on offer at the hotel is a heated indoor swimming pool, ideal for those looking to relax or complete a few laps. A fitness room offers a cardiovascular workout for those on an exercise regime or those looking to shed off a few pounds after indulging in some of the citys fine beers.
A lobby lounge offers a comfortable relaxation spot where guests can enjoy coffee or a morning breakfast, which includes waffles and continental style dishes. Those in a rush can pick-up and Grab-n-Go breast. Local and national newspapers are also available in the lobby as is a computer terminal with printing and internet access.
The Fairfield Inn Frankenmuth also offers guests valet dry-cleaning, daily housekeeping, toll-free phone calls, safe deposit boxes, and general front desk services. Those wishing to dine-in can order dinner delivery from local restaurants.
The city of Frankenmuth was founded in 1845 by a group of immigrant missionaries from Franconia, which is now a part of Bavaria in southeast Germany. Known colloquially as Little Bavaria, the townspeople still remember their history and regularly celebrate its Bavarian roots. Each year a number of events and festivals take place to honor this tradition.
The Oktoberfest event is the only event of its kind to have been sanctioned by the Parliament and City of Munich outside of the German city itself. During these celebrations, locals and tourists alike indulge in beers and rich German foods as they celebrate their heritage.
Other events, such as the Bavarian Festival and the World Expo of Beers, also attract worldwide tourists, offering a wide range of activities and attractions as well as a vast number of beers to enjoy.
Its not all about alcohol though. The city is also home to Bronner's CHRISTmas Wonderland, thought to be the largest Christmas store in the world. Tourists flock to the alpine chalet style building throughout the year to pick up ornaments, decorations, trees, lights, postcards, and numerous other items.
Guests at the Fairfield Inn Frankenmuth can also enjoy a range of Bavarian style shops and boutiques, as well as some standard stores too. Restaurants are plenty whilst a number of gardens, museums, and even a golf course are there to be enjoyed.