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Holiday Inn Express & Suites East Lansing

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites East Lansing
2924 West Road
East Lansing, MI 48823
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Nightly Rates: 132.00 - 150.00Currency: USD
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Hotel Description
Enjoy Your Stay in the Capital City at Our East Lansing Hotel. Located on the banks of the Grand River and less than two hours from Detroit, Lansing is a city with much to offer. Leisure and business travelers alike will be able to enjoy a culturally diverse city that is just outside the door of the beautifully landscaped Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites East Lansing. Our hotel is near MSU, a major public university with more than 46,000 students. If your trip is business-oriented you'll appreciate our Lansing hotel's proximity to major companies like General Motors, IBM and AT&T. At our 24-hour business center, you can fax, copy or print anything you may need at the last minute and if you need to host a small meeting, our 300-sq ft room seats 15 people. Despite being Michigan's capital and home to major industries, Lansing is also a place to have fun. Guests can attend sporting events at Michigan State University, a Lansing Lugnuts game or go shopping at Eastwood Towne Center in East Lansing. Our hotel is also near many restaurants and golf courses, including Eagle Eye and Hawk Hollow. Our East Lansing hotel's amenities are top-notch and include a 24-hour fitness center, a heated pool, complimentary hot breakfast and a Keurig coffee maker, refrigerator and microwave in all rooms. Make reservations at the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites East Lansing today.
Check In: 3:00 PMCheck Out: 12:00 PMTime Zone: GMT
Number of Floors: 3Number of Rooms: 77Number of Suites: 22
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Hotel Amenities
• ATM/Cash machine • Accessible facilities • Air conditioning individually controlled in room • Bathtub • Beauty shop/salon • Buffet breakfast • Car rental desk • Coffee/Tea maker • Color television • Complimentary newspaper in lobby • Cribs • Desk with lamp • Direct dial telephone • Dry cleaning • Florist • Free newspaper • Free parking • Gift/News stand • Golf • Hairdryer • High speed internet connection • Housekeeping - daily • Housekeeping - weekly • Ice machine • Indoor pool • Interior corridors • Ironing board • Lounges/bars • Meal included - continental breakfast • Meeting rooms • Microwave • Mini-refrigerator • Non-smoking • On-Site parking • Onsite laundry • Parking • Premium movie channels • Private bathroom • Public area air conditioned • Rollaway bed • Safe deposit box • Satellite television • Separate closet • Shoe shine stand • Shops and commercial services • Spare electrical outlet available at desk • Stereo • Storage space • Sundry/Convenience store • Tennis court • Transportation services - local area • Valet same day dry cleaning • Voice mail • Wireless internet connection • Wireless internet connection in public areas
Room Info
: Connecting rooms
: Sofa bed
: Kitchenette, Sofa bed
two queen beds nonsmoking: TV
suite 2 bed mobility accessible tub non smoking: TV
king feature non smoking: TV
king leisure non smoking: TV
standard room: TV
2 queen beds suite nonsmoking: TV
executive suite non smoking: TV
king whirlpool suite nonsmoking: TV
1 king bed suite nonsmoking: TV
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Area Attractions
Meridian Mall: • The Meridian Mall is located in Okemos on the east side of Lansing, Michigan's capital city. Shop stores such as JCPenney, Macy's, Old Navy, Victoria's Secret and a wide variety of specialty shops. Enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants or food cou
Eastwood Towne Center: • Featuring upscale fashion retailers, home furnishing shops and a variety of dining and entertainment options. Amid inviting gathering spots, broad sidewalks and attractive landscaping, visitors enjoy easy access with convenient parking for a pleasant and
Tanger Outlets: • The best deals at your favorite designer and brand-name stores.
Lansing Mall: • From Barnes and Noble and Men s Wearhouse to Best Buy, we offer your whole family a terrific shopping experience. Start out shopping at Victoria s Secret, Bath & Body or Gymboree, then choose from one of our great restaurants like Chipotle Mexican Grill,
Kellogg Conference Center: • From Barnes and Noble and Men s Wearhouse to Best Buy, we offer your whole family a terrific shopping experience. Start out shopping at Victoria s Secret, Bath & Body or Gymboree, then choose from one of our great restaurants like Chipotle Mexican Grill,
Amtrak: • From Barnes and Noble and Men s Wearhouse to Best Buy, we offer your whole family a terrific shopping experience. Start out shopping at Victoria s Secret, Bath & Body or Gymboree, then choose from one of our great restaurants like Chipotle Mexican Grill,
East Lansing: • From Barnes and Noble and Men s Wearhouse to Best Buy, we offer your whole family a terrific shopping experience. Start out shopping at Victoria s Secret, Bath & Body or Gymboree, then choose from one of our great restaurants like Chipotle Mexican Grill,
Capital Area Lansing Airport: • From Barnes and Noble and Men s Wearhouse to Best Buy, we offer your whole family a terrific shopping experience. Start out shopping at Victoria s Secret, Bath & Body or Gymboree, then choose from one of our great restaurants like Chipotle Mexican Grill,
Hawk Hollow: • Opened in August 2003, everything from the rolling landscape to the signature 17th Island Green was designed to create magnificent shot values and challenges from each of the four sets of tees while retaining layability. 18 hole, par 72
Lansing Lugnuts: • The Lansing Lugnuts are a Class A minor league baseball team, affiliated with the Toronto Blue Jays, that plays in the Midwest League.
Impression 5 Science Center: • A dynamic, interactive space for families to play,create and challenge their understanding of science. Hands on exhibits include bubbles, throwing things, build zone and many more.
Library of Michigan: • Located in the architecturally inspiring Michigan Library and Historical Center, the Library of Michigan is your premier resource for research material on the state of Michigan. Peruse history through hundreds of Michigan newspapers, trace government act
Michigan Historical Museum and Archives of Michiga: • The Michigan Historical Museum surrounds visitors with Michigan history from prehistoric times through the late twentieth century. Exhibits include a three story Michigan relief map, a copper mine, one room schoolhouse and more. The State Archives of Mi
Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center: • A hands on gallery designed to help visitors understand the judicial branch of state government. Designed for all ages. Groups of 10 or more should call ahead for guided tours. Walk in visitors welcome. Located inside the Hall of Justice.
Michigan Walk of Fame: • Located on the sidewalks of Washington Square in downtown Lansing, the Michigan Walk of Fame honors the ingenuity and resourcefulness of Michigan residents past and present whose contributions have made a significant impact on the state, nation or world.
Michigan Women's Museum and Hall of Fame: • The only museum in the state dedicated to women's history, the Michigan Women's Museum features a Hall of Fame with over 260 Michigan women honorees, history exhibits, the Belen Gallery displaying Michigan women artists and a fair trade gift shop with jew
Nokomis Learning Center: • A Native American cultural learning center that focuses on the Three Fires People of Michigan, the Ojibwa, Ottawa and Potawatomie tribes. Featuring an art gallery, gift shop, a medicine garden and hands on exhibits in our classroom. Near the Meridian Hi
Potter Park Zoo: • Michigan's oldest zoo, established in 1920, is home to nearly 600 animals, many of them critically endangered. The zoo offers seasonal camel, train and pony rides, a gift shop, concession stands and multiple interactive exhibits. Nested in an oak forest
R E Olds Transportation Museum: • This collection of cars and memorabilia is a tribute to the auto industry, courtesy of one of Lansing's most prominent citizens, Ramsom Eli Olds. The very first Oldsmobile, built in 1897, is on display along with antique REOs, Stars, automotive advertisi
Meridian Historical Village: • Located in the shadow of the Meridian Mall, the Meridian Historical Village provides a slice of 19th century settler life. The Village contains seven historical buildings: a one room schoolhouse, farmhouse and barn, general store, inn, 19th century Okemo
Michigan Vietnam Veterans Memorial: • Erected and dedicated in 2001, this monument is a powerful tribute to the 2,651 Michigan casualties who died during the Vietnam War. Over 40,000 men and women of the state serve our country in this war. This memorial is a 120 foot long graceful steel ar
State Capitol Building: • Step back to the Victorian era with a visit to Michigan's award winning Capitol building. Designed by Elijah E. Myers, one of the foremost architects of public buildings, construction of the Capitol building took six years and contains over nine acres of
Turner - Dodge House: • History is alive at Turner - Dodge. Come discover all that it has to offer. Drop by for a visit or partake in one of the specialty teas. Children will have a blast at the new Camps for All Seasons programs offered throughout the year.
Country Mill: • Family fun on the farm at the only cider mill in mid-Michigan that lets you pick your own apples and pumpkins. Enjoy the Orchard Express Train, haunted cider mill, hayrides, petting zoo, corn maze, gift area, winery and bakery. Special events include th
Uncle John's Cider Mill and Fruit House Winery: • Open May through November with baked goods, cider and doughnuts, a large gift shop, seasonal fruits and vegetables and more. During the fall season enjoy tractor drawn wagon rides, trail rides, an operating cider mill, pumpkin patch, corn maze, fruit fli
Burgdorf's Winery: • Open May through November with baked goods, cider and doughnuts, a large gift shop, seasonal fruits and vegetables and more. During the fall season enjoy tractor drawn wagon rides, trail rides, an operating cider mill, pumpkin patch, corn maze, fruit fli
Uncle John's Fruit House Winery: • The winery features a combination of fruit and traditional grape wines, along with carbonated, dessert and other specialty wines. Uncle John's also specializes in award winning hard ciders. In the tasting room, sample wines and over a dozen varieties of
J & K Steamboat Line: • Enjoy an old-fashioned riverboat cruise on the big paddle-wheeler of the Grand River. The Michigan Princess has three levels, with oak staircases and crystal chandeliers. Featured themes include murder mystery theatre and musical entertainment. The Mic
Lansing Metro Marinas: • Lansing Metro Marinas provides riverboat tours, private cruises and taxi services on the Grand River. The pontoon boat rides let you experience all of the new vibrant down Lansing developments and natural surroundings from the water's view. Seasonal hou
SierraRose Farms & Healing Hearts with Horses: • We offer birthday parties, farm tours, weekly horse camps, family adventures and corporate trainings to name a few. Call to book your special time at the farm or sign up for our scheduled programs. Open by appointment only.
The Spector-Walker Beatles Collection: • A collection of Beatles memorabilia covering an area of approximately 2,000 square feet. Vintage '60's to present day items, unique one-of-a-kind handmade and original works of art, hand signed items, fine porcelain, watches, clocks and many unusual item
The Steam Railroading Institute: • Dedicated to the education and preservation of steam-era rail technology and it's impact on the Great Lakes region and home to the majestic Pere Marquette 1225 steam locomotive, used as the prototype for the Warner Brothers film, The Polar Express. Enjoy
Abrams Planetarium: • Rediscover the wonders of the universt at Abrams Planetarium. The sky theatre features fantastic star shows produced by a computer graphics star projector. The planetarium also serves as an astronomy and space science education resource center.
W.J.Beal Botanical Garden: • The W.J. Beal Botanical Garden, founded in 1873, is the oldest continuously-operated garden of this type in the United States. It includes over 2,700 species organized in economic, systematic, landscapte and ecological groupings.
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU: • The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, a Zaha Hadid-designed contemporary art museum at MSU, is dedicated to exploring global contemporary culture and ideas through art. The museum presents groundbreaking, international contemporary art across all media an
MSU Farms: • Colts racing, beef calves frolicking and mooing dairy dows waiting to be milked are a few of the memorable sights to see when visiting the MSU Farms. See beef cattle, dairy cattle, horses, poultry and sheep. Allow approximately 30 minutes for each farm.
MSU Bug House: • Did you know that a cricket's ears are on it's knees? Or that a fly has taste buds on it's feet? A visit to the Bug House will explain these fascinating facts and more. In addition to viewing the amazing pinned displays, get up close and personal with
MSU Dairy Store: • Kids of all ages will have a difficult time choosing anong 32 flavors of ice cream and soda fountain favorites. A variety of award-winning cheeses are also available. Be sure to visit the observation deck overlooking the processing facilities to catch a
Wharton Center for Performing Arts: • Presenting all of the major touring Broadway blockbusters plus a great lineup of performing arts attractions, Whatron Center is Michigan's largest presenter of performing arts. Wharton Center is located on the campus of Michigan State University and feat