Sleep-Ees Inn Saginaw
8125 Gratiot Road, Shields,  Michigan,  48609

Hotel Overview of Sleep-Ees Inn Saginaw

Sleep-Ees Inn Saginaw Shields, Michigan

Welcome to our Hotel near Andersen Enrichment Center, Castle Museum

Whether you’re coming to Saginaw for the attractions and activities, for business or just passing through, Sleep-ees will accommodate your needs with Continental breakfast, free high speed wireless internet, and pets are accepted.

With a great central location within the city of Saginaw, Michigan, Sleep-ees inn makes for great lodging. If you're coming to the Saginaw or Bay City area for the attractions and activities, for a business trip or just passing through, Sleep-ees inn will accommodate your needs with Continental breakfast, free high speed wireless internet. We're 40 minutes from Flint, 30 minutes from Frankenmuth and only 25 minutes from Birch Run. You can avoid higher prices by choosing Sleep-ees inn for convenient, budget-conscious lodging in Saginaw, Michigan.

For a great price with great quality you can be in a great location for all of Saginaw's year round events and activities. Come enjoy the annual Saginaw Ice Fest in February or take pleasure in the Summer Music Festival at the end of August. No matter what time of year it is, Saginaw County has so much to offer its citizens and visitors alike, and Sleep-ees inn is right in the middle of it all!

Local Attractions

  • Andersen Enrichment Center
  • Castle Museum
  • Children's Zoo
  • The Dow Event Center
  • Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market
  • Japanese Cultural Center

Attractions

Andersen Enrichment Center Andersen Enrichment Center

The Andersen Enrichment Center and Lucille E. Andersen Memorial Garden were originally dedicated as a pool and bathhouse in the 1940's; a gift of Frank N. Andersen to the City of Saginaw. In 1983, the popular community pool closed and the City began to look for other uses for the site. Concurrently, plans were being made to relocate the beloved formal rose garden which was located atop the City's underground potable water supply reservoirs.In 1990, a landscape architect was retained by the City to develop a master plan for the Saginaw Parks System. One key charge of that plan was to determine the future of the closed Andersen Pool area. It was decided that it would be possible to repurpose the area into a formal rose garden that would tie into a new cultural center.

Castle Museum Castle Museum

The Castle Museum, previously known as Castle Station or Saginaw Post Office, in Saginaw, Michigan, United States is a historic structure on the National Register of Historic Places. It is currently the home of the Historical Society of Saginaw County and officially known as the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History.The Castle Museum was designed by William Martin Aiken,under a federal building program to reflect the ethnic and cultural heritage of its community. William Martin Aiken used the influence of the European chateau to illustrate the Saginaw Valley earliest white settlers-French fur traders and trappers, and combine it with decorations from the Italian Renaissance and Gothic periods.

Children's Zoo Children's Zoo

The Children's Zoo at Celebration Square is a zoo located in Saginaw, Michigan. It operates without tax-based funding, on donations and revenue generated from daily visitors.It is open during the months of May through September, and part-time in April and October.Children's Zoo at Celebration Square is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).The Iberschoff Special is the miniature train at the Children's Zoo. It was first opened in 1967 with the help of contributions from the Carl H. Iberschoff estate. The train, which resembles a vintage 1880 locomotive, is a model S-24 from the Allan Herschell Company. Due to lack of spare parts for maintenance and general repair, and concerns for the state of the track, the train was closed for the 2007 season. The track was rebuilt in 2008, and the locomotive went through a major rebuild, to reopen for the 2008 season. A tunnel removed in the initial renovation was replaced in 2009, and future plans include completely replacing the aging train.

Japanese Cultural Center Japanese Cultural Center

The Japanese cultural center has a beautiful garden which opened to the public in 1971. It was designed by Mr. Yataro Suzue and Lori Barber. The tea house was designed by renowned architect Mr. Tsutomu Takenaka and constructed in 1986 as a collaborative effort between the City of Saginaw and its sister city Tokushima, Japan. Its foundation rests part on American soil and part on Japanese soil. It is treasured as one of the most authentic tea houses in North America. The form of tea ceremony performed there dates back in an unbroken lineage to 1600 AD.

Hotel Facilities of Sleep-Ees Inn Saginaw

Internet
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Bedroom
Hair dryer, Iron/ironing board, Microwave, Refrigerator
Food & Drink
Free complimentary Continental Breakfast
Parking
Free Self parking
Services
Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying, Concierge Service, Vending Machines, 24-Hour Front Desk
General
Non Smoking Rooms, Heating, Newspapers, Air Conditioning

Hotel Policies of Sleep-Ees Inn Saginaw

Check In
From 13:00
Check Out
Until 11:00
Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to Rate Program you select. The cancellation policies are mentioned in the rate program details.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome. There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets
Pets are allowed with extra charge
Cards Accepted at this property
American Express, Visa, Euro/MasterCard, Discover
Language Spoken
English

Hotel Area Guide of Sleep-Ees Inn Saginaw

Attractions

  • Andersen Enrichment Center
  • Castle Museum
  • Children's Zoo
  • The Dow Event Center
  • Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market
  • FirstMerit Bank Event Park
  • Hoyt Park
  • Japanese Cultural Center
  • Mid-Michigan Children's Museum
  • Ojibway Island
  • Saginaw Arts Enrichment Commission
  • Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra
  • Saginaw Choral Society
  • Saginaw Spirit
  • Splash Park
  • Skate Park
  • Temple Theatre

Convention Centers

  • Horizons Conference Center
  • Hellenic Banquet Center
  • Trillium Banquet Center

Popular Areas

  • Children's Zoo at Celebration Square
  • Mid Michigan Children's Museum

Shopping areas

  • Meijer
  • Fashion Square Mall
  • Walmart Supercenter
  • Westwood Plaza

Stadiums or Arenas

  • Dow Event Center

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