"May daughter and I came to Marquette MI for a short stay (1 night) to shop and go to an NMU hockey game. The Superior Stay is conveniently located across the street from the event center so we could walk to and from the hockey game—no need to worry about parking. Check-in and check-out was a breeze. ..."
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Frequently asked questions
If you’re looking for something a little quirkier than your standard hotel, a bed and breakfast could be a great option for your getaway. If you’d like to spend some time by the water during your time in Marquette, McCarty Cove and Dead River Beach are worth a stop.
With attentive service, opportunities to socialize with other guests, and of course a full breakfast, B&Bs all have a truly one-of-a-kind environment.
When you’re dreaming of a stay in Marquette, year-round temperatures and rainfall may be important factors to consider. The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 61°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 18°F. The snowiest months in Marquette are December, October, February, and January, with each month seeing an average of 22 inches of snowfall.
If you’re looking for some things to do on your trip, travelers enjoy Marquette for its sporting events and hiking. If you’re looking to find something to do during your travels, you might consider checking out Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum and Marquette Maritime Museum. You might put Superior Dome and Marquette Mountain on your list if you want to see more of the area.
Planning your excursions in and around Marquette is easier with these transportation options. Fly into Marquette, MI (MQT-Sawyer Intl.), which is located 13.4 mi (21.5 km) away from the city center. If you’d like to venture out around the area, consider renting a car to take in more sights.