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This all-suite hotel in Kalamazoo, Michigan is located near the Interstate-94 and Highway US-131 interchange, and offers an indoor pool, hot tub and free WiFi. Very comfortable and clean. The staff are very accommodating. Very accessible to the surrounding town and expressway. Perfect for me when I'm in town.
This hotel in Kalamazoo, Michigan is located near the Interstate-94 and Highway US-131 interchange, minutes from Kalamazoo Valley Community College, and offers a free continental breakfast daily. Pleasant and helpful front desk staff. Clean, quiet, comfortable room.
Located 7.5 miles from Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, the Hampton Inn & Suites Kalamazoo-Oshtemo features an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi service throughout the hotel. The housekeeping staff were so friendly and considerate. Always smiling and happy to accomodate. Great location. Very clean. Pool was great.
The village of Paw Paw is famous for two things - blueberry farms and vineyards. It isn't really a "touristy" spot, per se, although you can take a tour of the St. Julian winery which is located just south of the main east-west street (Kalamazoo Street) on M-40. There are tasting rooms for both St. Julian and Warner wineries that are within walking distance of one another, and Warner's has it's own little cafe as well. It's best to visit during August - that's when the main blueberry harvest is going on, and several of the farms are both U-Pick and also sell pre-harvested bulk packages (5 lbs) of blueberries. Paw Paw also has three lakes that are good for boating and fishing.
Walt and Maries country store and cafe has the best food I've ever eaten. Being from Chicago, I know good food and they exceeded our expectations leaps and bounds. It's on Red Arrow Highway. Exit 56 off of I-94. You'll be glad you tried them.
Our stay in Paw Paw was short but we found lots of places for eating, shopping and relaxing. It is a short drive to the lakeside communities so would make a perfect spot to be able to visit those places without spending a fortune for lodging.
I grew up in Paw Paw so I am a little biased. I only get back "home" a few times a year as I still have an uncle living there. Paw Paw is a friendly small town with lots to do for just about everyone. There are dozens of lakes for water sports or just laying on the beach. There are places to eat from the typical fast food to some higher end spots where dining is an experience. If you are a golfer (like me) there are a number of great courses within 10-15 miles that are nice but aren't expensive to play. Lots of local shops for whatever you might need. Hospital just in case. Overall, a fun place for the family.