Ramada of Hancock,
Located on the Beautiful Portage Canal
The Ramada of Hancock offers you
51 rooms in this Full Service Hotel.
We offer a selection of rooms with king or queen-sized beds, hot tub rooms, executive suites, and handicap accessible rooms. Amenities include Cable TV with HBO, coffee makers, iron and ironing boards, hair dryers, small refrigerators, and phones with free local calls. We provide a guest laundry, an executive room, and there are conference rooms for your meetings.
Our Waterfront Restaurant and Upper Deck Lounge overlooking the Portage Canal serves lunch and dinner. Room service is available.
Our hotel features include a breath-taking view of the Portage Lake Lift Bridge. We offer outdoor seating overlooking the Portage Canal and there are city boat docks available during the summer.
The Lounge offers live entertainment weekends and your favorite events on our TV. Sit around the fireplace in the lobby and we have coffee available 24 hours a day.
Our large indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna overlooks the Portage Canal and is the ideal place for relaxing after a busy day.
The Ramada of Hancock is the perfect spot for all sports enthusiasts. Ride the ATV and snowmobile tralis right from the Ramada parking lot. ATV rentals are nearby. Silent sports lovers will find wooded hiking trails and bicycle trails to enjoy, or canoe or kayak on the Portage Canal.
Trails lead throughout the Keweenaw Peninsula for fun winter sledding experience. Snowmobile Rentals are right across the road from the Ramada at M and M Power Sports. The Ramada is the perfect spot for snowmobilers. Head up tp Copper Harbor or try the famed Bill Nichols Trail to Mass City. Ask about our group rates for snowmobilers and skiers. We have a large parking area for trailers, with plug-ins, if necessary.
Downhill skiing adventures can be found at Mt. Ripley (1 mile) or Mt. Bohemia, (only a 40 minute drive from the Ramada). There are many cross country ski trails and snowshoe trails in the area.
The Ramada is conveniently located near Finlandia University and Michigan Tech University, the Rozsa Center, and the Calumet Theater just north of Hancock. It is only a few blocks from the main street in Hancock where you will find shopping and many old historic turn-of-the-century buildings. Many of these building were constructed with Jacobsville Sandstone. Information on a Guided Walking Tour of the Hancock Historic District is available at local businesses.
Enjoy visiting the Quincy Mine and the scenic overlook on top of the hill, the Houghton Historical Museum in nearby Lake Linden, the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum, and the Finnish-American Cultural Center.
Visit our main website at www.ramadahancock.com
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