This air-conditioned hotel was completely renovated in 2002 and comprises a total of 307 rooms, of which 12 are junior suites and three are disability-friendly rooms, spread across three floors. Facilities on offer include a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, three bars, four restaurants, and a public Internet connection. Guests may also take advantage of the launderette facility, and younger guests may let off steam in the playground and the kids' club. Those arriving by car may make use of the car park.
Welcome to Lapeer's premier hotel, the BEST WESTERN Lapeer Inn. Located 20 minutes east of Flint, 45 minutes west of Sarnia, Ontario Canada and 25 minutes north of Auburn Hills. Also located 30 minutes north of the "The Palace of Auburn Hills" entertainment/sporting/trade-expo complex which is home of the Detroit Pistons. Lapeer is one of Michigan's fastest growing high-tech communities. The BEST WESTERN Lapeer Inn is a luxurious 89 room facility offering many amenities including a 6,000 square foot indoor fun and fitness center. The pool is 20 x 40, the shallowest being three feet and the deepest being four feet eight inches. Enjoy the tropical flair of the indoor pool area, which also has a seven person capacity hot tub located adjacent to our soothing 25 foot man-made waterfall. There are several pinball and video arcade games to choose from, along with an air hockey table, pool table and foosball table. The fitness center offers a cardiovascular workout. Visit Ted's Sports Pub and Grill our on-site restaurant and bar. Test your trivia knowledge with the popular NTN trivia game. Watch your favorite sporting event on one of the nine large screen TVs. Try your luck by playing KENO or Pull Tabs. Our newly renovated banquet/meeting facility accommodates up to 40, catered through the restaurant. The BEST WESTERN Lapeer Inn offers corporate and group rates. We also offer special packages on whirlpool suites that include dinner and movie tickets to our local cinema, offered during the week days. We are the "Gateway" to the Michigan out-of-doors and upper Thumb region.