The health and safety of our associates and guests is a top priority. As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we are actively monitoring guidance provided by public health officials, and we want to assure our visitors that additional sanitary measures are in place to maintain a healthy environment and limit the spread of germs. In addition to our regular and very thorough cleaning procedures, we are currently taking extra precautions, including:
Housekeeping is using EcoLab Peroxide Cleaner and Disinfectant Spray on all surfaces that guests or employees might touch in common areas, including the front desk, guest elevators, lobby restrooms, stairwell handrails and more.
Inside guest rooms, we are using EcoLab Peroxide Cleaner and Disinfectant Spray and always change to new, clean rags between rooms.
All high touch surfaces are being cleaned and disinfected several times throughout the day in guest corridors.
Guest check-in reception area is being cleaned every 30 minutes including all counters, pens, phones, and PIN pads.
We look forward to the opportunity to welcome you soon!
The month of July. It’s the quintessential summer month. From fireworks to BBQs to a nice cool cup of lemonade, July offers everything you can think of regarding the season. Here’s a list we have comprised so you can find some things to do this July.
Mitchell Tenpenny- Rock the Lot (July 1)
Rock the Lot, starring Mitchell Tenpenny, with Matt Schuster and Brenden Monroe, is the perfect way to start the month of Independence! The event starts at 6:30 pm and takes place at The Intersection. This all-ages show is sure to get you and your family pumped up for the upcoming 4th of July activities! Get your tickets at
Kayaking adventures might have started in May, but this is the perfect addition for any June itinerary. GR outside provides all the equipment and instruction needed to go paddling down the river. They offer 3 different levels great for families with kids (ages 10 and up) up to those with more intermediate knowledge who want to hone their skills. Book your kayaking adventure below.
What’s Independence Day without a parade? Grand Rapids’ Annual 4th of July Parade will start at 9:30 am. The parade route begins at the intersection of Northville and Plainfield, continuing on to Leelanau and ending at Northville Park with a raising of the flag. Enjoy floats from organizations around Grand Rapids. Once again, kids can join in on their decorated bikes with parental supervision.
After the morning parade, spend the rest of the day celebrating the 4th in downtown Grand Rapids. Enjoy the best that Grand Rapids’ downtown has to offer with your friends and family. Then, once the sun sets, experience one of the most incredible fireworks shows you’ll ever see.
Let it go, let it go! The touring performance of Disney’s popular Frozen is coming to the DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids July 11-23. Join Anna, Elsa, and Olaf as they bring the magic to LIFE. You’re not going to want to miss this amazing performance.
Experience the majesty of a live symphony on July 27 at the DeVos Performance Hall. Live classical music as a reprieve during the heat of summer is an unforgettable joy. The Grand Rapids Symphony is a group like no other, and this is the perfect chance to enjoy its music and performance.
On July 30, head to the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum for the 6th annual Day of Play Celebration. The purpose of the Day of Play is to encourage children and families to play! This year’s Day of Play is from noon-4 pm and will include a closed street that brings the play to Rainbow Road! You’ll see crafts, animals, yard games, bubbles, and other interactive experiences, as well as free admission to the Children’s Museum!