We planned a long weekend in Bay City for the Tall Ship Celebration two months in advance to insure a room. Many hotels were already booked so we took a chance on the Perry's Grand Arlington Hotel. Not knowing the area, we booked on line. They took are reservation and gave us a confirmation. Once we arrived and saw the building, we immediately assumed it was an abandoned building with "For Sale" signs in the window and padlocks on the doors. Not be able to contact the Hotel, we were forced to make other arrangements in the next town over, since Bay City was all booked up. The ladies at City Hall were very helpful with making other arrangements. We revisited the "hotel" later surprised to see the bar was open and spoke with a Mike Perry. He was under the impression we had cancelled our reservations, but allowed us to tour the "hotel". Alone, we went upstairs to two floors of approx. 20 to 24 of the nastiest, rooms you can imagine. No air conditioning, very little furniture, one bathroom per floor, no water, ceilings and walls stripped and falling apart. This building should be condemned! A SHAMBLES ! THIS IS IN NO WAY A HOTEL ! ! ! The only way a "stay" here would be plausible would be on a haunted dare.
Property: Perry's Grand Arlington HotelAddress: 201 S Linn St, Bay City, MI 48706-4942
Region: United States > Michigan > Bay City
Ranked #3 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Bay City
Number of rooms: 9