Fairfield Inn Frankenmuth
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn Frankenmuth
Travel Blogs from Frankenmuth
... 5pm Mass with their families. During Mass, Msgr. Vincke will give us a blessing for trip.
After months and months of planning and fundraising we are so ready to go forth and bring Christ's love to Cincinnati!
Please keep us in your prayers. We will be departing at 10:30am on Sunday morning and will return on July 18.
... about suing people. Meanwhile the adults were doing laundry and there was an earthquake-just a couple hours away from us! We didn't feel it, but this is not normal for Michigan. We stopped by a Coney Island called John's- very good, and possibly a little to much of a good thing. There was so much food. Good choice Bailey's! All too soon it was time to figure out how to re-pack the car and say our goodbyes :( Again, we left just a little later than planned ...
... store! Next up, we stopped by the River Place Shops. Jonathan bought a Star Wars book at the used bookstore and pulled it out at every opportunity. Caitlyn got a Petoskey Stone which is a stone that allows you to see fossils and sea shells in it when it's wet.
We had lunch at La Crepe du Jour- which claimed to be "a taste of Paris in Little Bavaria". Caleb said it wasn't like Paris, there was too much space between the tables. ...
... Silent Night" in over 300 languages. Jim found an interesting fact about the reason "Silent Night" was performed with guitar for its first performance. The organ was in need of repair so it wasn't playable hence the guitar. He said if he had known he would have fixed the organ in time for the performance!
We head for Petoskey, MI Sunday. This stop should really be a step up for our stay. So stay tuned for the latest!
... to pick up our refugee - Gaile Harrell and we shopped till we couldn't get any more into the shopping carts (3 of them). Look out Jodi, the stuff is on the way to your house. LOL. Bronners was everything I professed it to be. Joanne and Gaile were both way, way impressed and planning on coming back.
We watched the Bavarian ...