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The staff of the beautiful Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lansing-Dimondale, welcomes you to our hotel, which features oversized guest rooms and suites luxuriously complimented by pillow topped mattresses, rich furnishings and all of the amenities that you have come to expect including a microwave and refrigerator. Our hotel is near the Michigan State University campus, home of the MSU Spartans and adjacent to The Summit. With our convenient location off Hwy I96, downtown Lansing, State of Michigan government offices and corporations such as IBM, Sparrow Health System, General Motors, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Farmers Insurance, Consumers Energy, Meijer Distribution Center and Farm Bureau Insurance are just minutes away. Whether you are visiting the Greater Lansing area for business or pleasure, make sure that you take in some of the exciting year around cultural events, local attractions or even one of the hearts pounding Big 10 games played at Spartan Stadium, the Breslin Center or Munn Ice Arena. During your stay with us, you will enjoy the conveniences of our complimentary Express Start hot breakfast bar, free Wi-Fi service throughout the hotel and our meeting room, HD televisions with expanded cable channel listings, heated indoor swimming pool, fitness center, 24 hour business center and guest laundry. Stay Smart at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hotel Dimondale - Lansing


· ATM/Cash machine
· Accessible facilities
· Air conditioning individually controlled in room
· Bathtub
· Buffet breakfast
· Car rental desk - (In Area)
· Coffee/Tea maker
· Color television
· Complimentary newspaper in lobby
· Cribs
· Direct dial telephone
· Dry cleaning
· Free parking
· Gift/News stand - (In Area)
· Golf - (In Area)
· Hairdryer
· High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
· High speed internet connection
· Housekeeping - daily
· Housekeeping - weekly
· Ice machine
· Indoor pool
· Interior corridors
· Ironing board
· Late check-out available
· Meal included - continental breakfast
· Meal included - continental breakfast
· Meeting rooms
· Microwave
· Mini-refrigerator
· Non-smoking
· On-Site parking
· Onsite laundry
· Parking
· Premium movie channels
· Private bathroom
· Public area air conditioned
· Rollaway bed
· Safe deposit box
· Satellite television
· Separate closet
· Shoe shine stand - (In Area)
· Shops and commercial services - (In Area)
· Spare electrical outlet available at desk
· Stereo
· Storage space
· Two-line phone
· Valet same day dry cleaning
· Voice mail
· Wireless internet connection
· Wireless internet connection in public areas

Room Information

Free newspaper, Connecting rooms
Free newspaper, Connecting rooms, Kitchenette, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed
two queen beds nonsmoking
two queen beds nonsmoking
king leisure nonsmoking
standard room
king feature nonsmoking
king hearing accessible nonsmoking
king leisure nonsmoking
king leisure nonsmoking
king with sofabed nonsmoking
standard room
2 beds suite nonsmoking
this king suite has a living area which include
suite feature nonsmoking
king suite nonsmoking
suite hear mobility accessible tub non smoking
our handicap accessible king suite includes a s

Miscellaneous Information

· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 11:00 AM
· Time Zone is GMT
· Opened in 2012
· 83 rooms.
· 28 suites.
· 3 floors.

Restaurant Information

Great Harvest Bread Company

Handcrafted baked goods, made from scratch daily using freshly milled, life enhancing whole wheat flour, pure and simple ingredients.

Buffalo Wild Wings

Fireside Grill

Casual American eatery offering a large selection of familiar fare, plus a kids' menu in comfy digs. Located less than 1 mile from the hotel.

Meeting Facility

Meeting Room

Our meeting room is beautifully complimented by a board room style table with adjustable chairs and will accommodate up to 15 people. The meeting room includes complimentary Wi-Fi, HDTV, white board, pull-down screen and kitchenette.

Recreation Information

Fitness center on-site

Indoor pool

Childrens's program

Area Attractions

- Eastwood Towne Center

Upscale fashion retailers, home furnishing shops and great dining. Merchants include Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, J. Crew, Coldwater Creek, Banana Republic, White House Black Market and many more. Dine at PF Chang's China Bistro, Mitchell's Fish Marke

- Lansing City Market

An urban public market with a diverse merchant mix begins it's second 100 years in a new state-of-the art venue situated on the banks of the Grand river. Offering produce, meats and poultry, artisan breads and desserts, cheese and dairy, gourmet coffee,

- Lansing Mall

Over 70 stores including JCPenney, Macy's, Younkers, TJ Maxx, Aeropostale, Charlotte Russe, American Eagle, Victoria's Secret and Best Buy. Enjoy dining at Chipotle, Panera Bread, Houlihan's, Olga's Kitchen, Applebee's and Lansing Mall food court.

- Meridian Mall

Treat yourself to great shopping at Meridian Mall with 120 specialty stores. Shop Bed Bath & Beyond, Dick's Sporting Goods, Schuler Books & Music, JCPenney, Macy's, Younkers Men, Kids & Home and Younkers for Her; plus Ruby Tuesday, a food court, Olive Ga

- Specialty Shops

A multitude of specialty shops are located in the local area. Please see the hotel front desk staff for a visitor's guide for full details.

- The Lansing Center
- Charlotte Frontier Days
- Lansing Capital City Airport
- Chisholm Hills Golf and Banquet Center

Chisholm Hills Golf Club is an 18 hole, par 72, regulation golf course. The course is built on rolling terrain through mature trees, wetlands, and lakes. Greens and Tees are of Bent Grasses, with fairways of Kentucky Blue.

- Eldorado Golf Course

A hometown favorite. Clubhouse and remodeled banquet facilities to seat up to 200 people, food, beverages, pro shop, driving range, club rental, power carts and watered fairways.

- Hawk Hollow

This 500-acre site will provide you with generous landing areas and lots of shot-making opportunities in a beautiful natural setting. Offers a clubhouse, lounge, snack bar, banquet facility, power carts, pro shop, driving ranges, club rental and PGA prol.

- Timber Ridge Golf Club

18-hole championship golf course with grill room, full bar, banquet facilities, club rental, power GPS golf carts, practice facility and golf shop.

- All Around the African World Museum

The All Around the African World Museum and Resource Center presents through pictures, artifacts, printed material and displays, The African presence in Africa, Asia, Europs, Australia and the Americas. Displays are supplemented by guided tours upon requ

- Impression 5 Science Center

Impression 5 is a hands-on learning environment that challenges visitors to experience, discover and explore. Exhibits include "Bubbles", "Throwing Things", "Light & Color", "electricity and Magnetism", the "Giant Eye" and many more. After exploring exh

- Kresge Art Museum.

Home of over 7,500 works of art. Portions of the collection are on continuous display and six to eight special exhibitions are presented each year. Offers innovative educational programs, tours, talks, films, events, special programs and a gift shop. A

- Michigan Historical Museum and Library of Michigan

The Michigan Historical Museum surrounds visitors with michigan history from prehistoric times through the late twentieth century. Exhibits include a three-story Michigan relief map, a copper mine, one-room schoolhouse and more. Explore all 26 gallerie

- Michigan Society of Professional Surveyors Inst

The MSPS Institure shares the store of the surveying and mapping of Michigan. Its exhibits and archives provide a unique look into the settlement and development of the state and its natural resources. The MSPS Institute also offers flexible meeting spa

- Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center

a hands-on gallery designed to help visitors understand the judicial branch of state government. Designed for all ages. Groups of 10 or more should call ahead for guided tours. Walk-in visitors welcome. Located inside the Hall of Justice.

- Michigan Walk of Fame

Located on the sidewalks of Washington Square in downtown Lansing, the Michigan Walk of Fame honors the ingenuity and resourcefulness of michigan residents (past and present), whose contributions have made a significant impact on the state, nation or worl

- Michigan Women's Historical Center

Dedicated to women's history, the Michigan Women's Historical Center features a Hall of Fame with over 260 Michigan women honorees, changing special exhibits, the Belen Gallery displaying Michigan women artists and a gift shop with many unique items such

- Nakomis learning Center

A Native American cultural learning center that focuses on the Three Fires People of Michigan. Featuring an art gallery, gift shop and hands-on exhibits in our classroom. A wigwam constructed in the old way located on the grounds, a live red-tailed hawk

- Potter Park Zoo

Michigan's oldest zoo, established in 1920, is home to over 600 animals, many of them critically endangered. The zoo offers seasonal camel and pony rides, a gift shop, concession stands and multiple interactive exhibits. nestled in an oak forest, the zo

- R. E. Olds Transportation Museum

This collection of cars and memorabillia is a tribute to the auto industry, courtesy of one of Lansing's most prominent citizens, Ransom Eli Olds. The very first Oldsmobile, built in 1897, is on display along with antique REOs, Stars, automotive advertis

- Beaumont Tower

Beaumont Tower, a gift from John Beaumont, sits where Old College Hall (the first building erected for study of scientific agriculture) was built. When carillonneurs play noontime recitals on the 49-bell carillon, the tower is often open for visitors. E

- Eaton County's Museum at Courthouse Sq

The historic courthouse square in downtown Charlotte holds the 1885 Renaissance Revival East County Courthouse. One the National Register of Historic Places, the courthouse is now a museum, featuring the restored interior, curcuit courtroom and offices.

- Ingham County Courthouse

This 100-year-old-plus courthouse was placed on teh national Register of Historic Places in 1971. Ingham county is the only county in the United States in which the capital is not located in its county seat. The capital is located in Lansing, while its

- Malcolm X Homesite Marker

Malcolm X, eloquent spokesman for civil rights and for the oppressed everywhere, lived in Lansing in the 1930's on a site that is now a registered historical landmark. Malcolm X converted to the Nation of Islan, and became one of the first African-Americ

- Meridian Historic Village

Locaated in the shadow of the Meridian Mall, the Meridian Historical Village provides a slice of 19th-century settler life. The Village contains seven historical buildings: a one-room schoolhouse, farmhouse and varn, general store, inn, 19th-century Okem

- Michigan Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Erected and dedicated in 2001, this monument is a powerful tribute to the 2, 651 Michigan casualties who died during the Vietnam War. Over 400,000 men and women of the state served our country in this war. The memorial is a 120-foot long gracefu

- Remembrance Memorial

The memorial is a 10-foot "Hbeam" salvaged from the World Trace Center and honors those who lost their live in New York Pennsulvania and Virginia on September 11, 2001.

- State Capitol Building

Step back into the Victorian era with a visit to Michigan's award-winning Capitol building. Designed by Elijah E Myers, one of the foremost architects of public buildings during the Gilded Age, construction of the Capitaol Building took six years and con

- Turner-Dodge House

History is alive at turner-Dodge. Come discover all that it has to offer. Drop by for a visit or partake in one of the specialty teas. Children will have a blast at the new Camps for All Seasons programs offered throughout the year.

- Country Mill

"Family fun on the farm" at the only cider mill in mid-Michigan that lets you pick your own apples and pumpkins. Enjoy the Orchard Express Train, haunted cider mill, hayrides, petting zoo, corn maze, gift area, winery and bakery. Special events include

- Hunter Park Garden House

The Hunter park Garden House is an urban agriculture resource center on Lansing's Eastside, where gardeners of all ages grow food, flowers and community. Educational programs teach yourh and adults gardening and entrepreneurial skills. See the website f

- Uncle John's Cider Mill and Fruit House Winery

Open May through December with baked goods, cider and doughnuts, a large gift shop, seasonal fruits and vegetables and more. During the fall season enjoy tractor-drawn wagon rides, train rides, an operating cider mill, pumpkin patch, corn maze, fruit fli

- Burgdorf's Winery

Explore, taste and experience a "Moment in Wine". visit and enjoy the country atmosphere while tasting many of the specialty wines produced onsite. Select unique wines and accessories in the gift shop. Custom labeled wine is available. Contact the win

- Le Chat Gourmet Culinary Arts

Adult and kids hands-on-cooking classes, limited class size, state-of-the-art classroom kitchen and gourmet cookware shop.

- Michigan Brewing Company

Home to internationally acclaimed Made-in-Michigan craft beers, including the beloved Cells brand beers and The Pub and Patio, featuring light pub fare, specialty pizzas, fresh salads and soups. Visit things BEER, the supply shop for home brewers and vin

- Davenport University Lansing Campus

In July of 2013, the new Lansing Campus located at 200 Grand Avenue will be complete prior to Fall 2013 classes. The new campus will be 55,000 square feet and designed to support an increased enrollment of up to 2,000 full and part time students. The comp

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