Four Seasons Motel

★★★★☆
  • 1100 Crystal Ave

    Crystal Falls, MI 49920

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  • 906-875-6596

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Michigan's Upper Peninsula is a charming walk down memory lane. Circa 1950s life here is slow and simple and that is just the way they like it folks. After a life in the hustle-bustle, cut-throat rat race of Metropolis you can return to the happy days of America's innocence. Remember those summer family driving vacations rolling down Route 66, ice cream cones at the local drive-in, smores and camp fires, and yes, overnights in quirky, off-the-beaten paths burgs like Crystal Falls, MI. That was the way to grandma's cottage all righteee. Well, Donna and Gene found a little piece of this Middlewest heaven after a life of toil in Metropolis and will bend over backwards to share it with you at the Four Seasons. The rooms are clean and well-furnished circa the 1957 American classic highway-side motel motif. That means no kitchenettes folks. Not to worry, what coffee shops and supper clubs still exist in Crystal Falls are within a short drive or walk of your room. If you can't pull yourself from your cable TV after a long day of hunting or fishing in the surrounding National Forest, Donna will pick up and deliver your take-out order - directly to your room. In fact, Donna is a complete one-woman hotel industry providing all the desk, room service, housekeeping, and concierge services. Gene specializes in communications providing fish stories and an edgy basso continuo of "to the moon Alice" domesticity. If you like the David Lynch genre ala "Twin Peaks" and the 1950s, this roadside attraction is for you.

PROS: cheap and clean
CONS: few amenities

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Michigan's Upper Peninsula is a charming walk down memory lane. Circa 1950s life here is slow and simple and that is just the way they like it folks. After a life in the hustle-bustle, cut-throat rat race of Metropolis you can return to the happy days of America's innocence. Remember those summer family driving vacations rolling down Route 66, ice cream cones at the local drive-in, smores and camp fires, and yes, overnights in quirky, off-the-beaten paths burgs like Crystal Falls, MI. That was the way to grandma's cottage all righteee. Well, Donna and Gene found a little piece of this Middlewest heaven after a life of toil in Metropolis and will bend over backwards to share it with you at the Four Seasons. The rooms are clean and well-furnished circa the 1957 American classic highway-side motel motif. That means no kitchenettes folks. Not to worry, what coffee shops and supper clubs still exist in Crystal Falls are within a short drive or walk of your room. If you can't pull yourself from your cable TV after a long day of hunting or fishing in the surrounding National Forest, Donna will pick up and deliver your take-out order - directly to your room. In fact, Donna is a complete one-woman hotel industry providing all the desk, room service, housekeeping, and concierge services. Gene specializes in communications providing fish stories and an edgy basso continuo of "to the moon Alice" domesticity. If you like the David Lynch genre ala "Twin Peaks" and the 1950s, this roadside attraction is for you.

PROS: cheap and clean
CONS: few amenities

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