Madonna Inn alternatives on the East Coast?
May 27, 2013 9:14 PM Subscribe
A friend and I will be taking a road trip between New York City and Ann Arbor via the Great Lakes this summer. We're mostly planning to camp, and do things on the cheap. But he's offered to splurge for a hotel for a night on one condition: the hotel be a garish Liberace-styled rococo nightmare.
posted by gusandrews to travel & transportation around Michigan (8 answers total) 19 users marked this as a favorite
The first thing I did was pull up the website for the Madonna Inn
, to which he said YES, THAT, and then I spent fifteen minutes berating him for calling himself a Californian when he's never been there. And then I came here, because I knew MeFites would understand.
Anyone know of any horrendous kitsch-trap hotels on the route we're thinking of? (Other suggestions of weird/campy places to see along the way would also be appreciated; Bannerman's Folly and the longest-running colony of seance-holders are on our radar.)