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Hotels in Waterford start at $62 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Breathe in. What’s that scent on the air, traveler? It’s the fresh air gently rolling off the lakes of Waterford, Michigan. If you’re anything like us, you’ve come here to bask in the quiet life that comes with the clear, sun-dappled waters. A trip to Waterford puts you in the enviable spot of finding peace amidst exquisite natural beauty while still being only an hour away from the big-city shenanigans of Detroit. Reserve one of our hotels in Waterford, MI to find out just why this magical place is nicknamed Michigan’s “Lakeland Paradise."
You’ve arrived in the heart of America’s car tradition, so rent a car in Waterford to pay proper homage to the “Motor City." With your iron steed at your beck and call, you’ll have the freedom to explore this area. Follow that offshore breeze to the lake and embrace the life aquatic at the Lake Pontiac Recreation Area. Glide through the cool water, or stay on dry land and indulge your secret inner explorer at the archery range. Wander through tree-lined trails where the only sound is the soft whisper of your shoes against the moss-carpeted ground.
Breathe out. You’ve wandered through the great outdoors and slept soundly in Waterford hotels. Now is the time to leave solitude behind and embark on a different sort of adventure– a Motor City adventure. Traveler, answer the call of the big city and go south to Detroit. Step into the automobile’s distant past at the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, or marvel at the ornate décor at the famed Fox Theatre. There’s more to see, of course, so why not stay awhile? Secure Detroit hotel deals and let the hustle and bustle of this metropolis guide you on your odyssey.
The beauty of Michigan’s Lakeland Paradise is waiting for you. Let Travelocity help you get there with more money left in your savings account when you book motels in Waterford. Let us handle the little details, leaving you to focus on that all-important thing: listening to the sound of the wind dancing across the lakes.