Holiday Inn Express South
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
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express South Grand Rapids
Travel Blogs from Grand Rapids
Eight of us met at Macatawa Legends for Senior Day. Great deal - golf and lunch for $35. Such a beautiful day. Golf not so beautiful. Still had fun. Something about Boots? Back to Schmidts to pick up our stuff, then to Grand Rapids. Doing a Park 'n Fly while we are gone. Good place, will park car here while we are gone. Up early tomorrow. 7:30 flight to Anchorage.
... of wine, boat ride on beautiful Hutchins Lake, good friends. Then, 11 of us gathered at The Butler in Saugatuck for dinner. We laughed, had such a good time, even though we have only been gone 3 weeks. We really are blessed to have such great friends. Went back to Schmidts, cracked open the bottle of Woodford Reserve, had shots with bourbon balls. WOW!
After arriving at the airport, checking in, going through security, and waiting to board, my flight was cancelled, altering my entire itinerary. I am now leaving tomorrow afternoon. Luckily for me Laura saved me and I am now in a comfy bed typing this instead of scathing about the worst airport experience ever. :) Hopefully round two will be ...
Had brunch on a pub terrace on the lake then visited crystal's friends house, a massive house on the lake with jetty and beers chilled there, floating around in the sun getting TUIURNT UP, slowly. Visited another friend of crystals, a girl who was looking after a rich friends house in the woods. Had some pre drinks there, messed about on the rope swing, threw a hunting knife into trees, played ring of fire, did crystals work out routine, looked around the house for a gun ...
... but I don't think he was amused) I decided that he was just a grumpy old man and shrugged it off.
Now I was in the second row and the guy in front of me was in the first row where you have extra room for your legs. He still insisted on pushing his seat back as far as he could, crushing my knees. Obviously if you keep pushing back and nothing happens there must be something in the way stopping it. Since his chair was so far back my screen was all ...