Welcome to The Landmark Inn

Discover Our Boutique Hotel in Marquette MI

Amidst the shops, restaurants and theaters of downtown Marquette, overlooking Lake Superior, discover a place that time forgot but that you never will — the Landmark Inn, featured in the New York Times. Old-world European splendor and charm meet modern convenience at our AAA Three-Diamond Marquette, MI hotel that welcomed its first guests as The Northland Hotel in 1930.

From the beginning, the hotel was the social hub of Marquette, counting Amelia Earhart, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and The Rolling Stones among its guests. Following a meticulous renovation, the grand architecture and interiors remain, complemented by a fresh, up-to-date ambiance ideally suited for modern travelers. Each room and suite is opulently furnished and individually decorated, with many featuring fireplaces, deep-soaking claw-footed tubs and views of Lake Superior.

The Landmark is home to the top dining experiences in Marquette, from inspired Northern Italian fare at the Piedmont to the cozy Northland Pub to the rooftop North Star Lounge, which offers floor-to-ceiling views of the city skyline and Lake Superior.

The hotel that ushered in a new era of grace and refinement to downtown Marquette continues to do so to this day – with exceptionally personalized service delivered by a warm, friendly staff.

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Lake Superior

distance: 1MI from hotel
Two People Paddle Boarding

Lake Superior lives up to its name…it’s superior in size and depth to all the other Great Lakes. It’s also the largest freshwater lake in North America: it straddles Ontario, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. You can certainly boat (but don’t fall in; it’s cold, even during the hottest summer days), and you’re likely to have a lot of luck if you try your hand at fishing in the critter-rich waters. The water is clean and clear, so exploring from the shoreline is enjoyable as well.

East Side Dining District

Landmark Inn Exterior Street View

Foodies take note! The East Side Dining District in Marquette offers locally owned, independently operated culinary delights for you to explore. Whether you’re hankering for local freshwater fish, bakery items, a grab-n-go meal or a seated feast, this is the place you’ll find the best dining Marquette has to offer. Bon appétit!

Marquette Maritime Museum

Landmark Inn Exterior

If you’re interested in the history of the Great Lakes, or perhaps the history of some of the famed shipwrecks that have occurred nearby, you’ll want to stop by the Marquette Maritime Museum. If you have kids, ask about the scavenger hunt designed for them. And even if you’re by yourself, be sure to take advantage of the optional lighthouse tour. It’s an amazing piece of history and the views are spectacular.

Marquette Regional History Center

Landmark Inn View from Tree Tops

Marquette, Michigan has a history rich in mining and trade, as well as an unrivaled social and maritime history. This center aims to capture all of it, and treasures found here include an invitation to Lincoln’s inauguration and a program signed by Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as early post office record books and railroad accident logs. You will be amazed by the stories of long ago, and you’ll leave a little wiser about this important town’s history.

Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum

Landmark Inn Exterior Street View

If you’ve got a few hours for some educational fun, grab your kids and head to the U.P. Children’s Museum. This spot is unique in that hundreds of children were taken through more than 20 design processes to design all the exhibits – so the fanciful, whimsical, educational and just plain silly thoughts made it into everything you see. Even if you’re just a kid at heart, you’ll have fun touring the hands-on museum and you’ll learn a bit, too.

Lake Superior Theatre

Long Table in Landmark Inn

This nonprofit theater serves the Marquette (and Upper Peninsula) community by producing live theater that focuses on presenting and preserving history. The lineup includes comedies, dramas and more unique pieces that engage and thrill the audience. Oddly perhaps, you need to head to the Lake Superior Yacht Yard to catch a show: during summer months, the boat house is transformed into the theater.

Noquemanon Trail Network

Landmark Inn Entrance

If you’re a walker, hiker or biker, take note: the Noquemanon Trail Network is an extensive system of paths designed for recreational, non-motorized use. The trails are constantly being maintained and new trails are being built, working toward the goal of 100 miles of pathways by 2020. Each trail is color coded, so check out the cool website before your wheels or feet touch the path. The trailhead is well equipped and you won’t find nicer conditions for a serious journey

Downtown Marquette Shopping District

Exterior of Landmark Inn

While Marquette often has a big-city feel, nowhere will you notice the intimacy of a small town more than in the downtown shopping district. Perched on the rocky and picturesque shores of Lake Superior, the charming area offers unique clothing and gift shops as well as gourmet places to dine and galleries and museums to explore. It’s quite an afternoon or evening out!

Landmark Inn

Landmark Inn Entrance

230 North Front Street, Marquette, Michigan

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