26 Jan Take a Staycation Right Here in Ann Arbor
Sometimes the best kind of vacation is a hotel “staycation”. It allows you and the family or spouse to get away from home without the cost and hassle of traveling through traffic or busy airports.
Enjoy a staycation right here in Ann Arbor at the Ann Arbor Regent Hotel. Get out of the house for the week or weekend and enjoy the beautiful sites and businesses that Ann Arbor has to offer. Try a restaurant that you have wanted to indulge in, shop at one of the amazing storefronts that you haven’t gotten a chance to check out, or just bundle up and take a walk, all right here in Ann Arbor. Even if you just want to relax in your comfortable and cozy room, take a swim in the hotel pool or unwind in the hotel hot tub, the Ann Arbor Regent is the perfect staycation location.
Kick Back and Relax in your Hotel room or Explore Ann Arbor
Don’t worry about the stress of cleaning up after yourself or cooking for a few days and just enjoy Ann Arbor and the many amenities of the Ann Arbor Regent Hotel. There is plenty to explore here in Ann Arbor for both you and the spouse or for the whole family. Leave your to-do list at the house and leave the chores behind for a few days to truly enjoy yourself and beautiful Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Take a day trip from the hotel to one of the amazing museums close by, grab lunch across the street at the Palm Palace or Red Lobster, or enjoy one of the many shopping areas nearby. The Ann Arbor Regent Hotel is only a relaxing walk away from all that Ann Arbor offers. Visit a few of the 157 city parks right here in Ann Arbor and take a stroll along the beautifully frozen Huron River within walking distance from the hotel.
Ann Arbor is the perfect place for a staycation whether you live in the city or the surrounding area and there is no better hotel to accommodate your staycation than here at the Ann Arbor Regent Hotel. No matter what time of the year, spring, summer, fall or winter, count on our hotel to provide you with a comfortable get away from home, right here in Ann Arbor.