Hotel Year Built 2005 Year Remodeled 2005 Additional Property Description Residence Inn Saginaw is the only extended stay hotel in the tri county area that helps you feel connected while away from home, enabling you to maintain a balance of work and life. Residence Inn offers great convenience and comfort, whether youre traveling to Saginaw for business or pleasure, short or long term our 68 smartly designed and smoke free suites with deluxe kitchenettes provide space to work, live and relax. We are located in the heart of Saginaw just one mile off I 675. The hotel is just minutes from Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, Hemlock Semiconductor, Nexteer Automotive, Covenant Healthcare and St. Marys of Michigan Hospital. If youre looking to see a college game this year, check out Saginaw Valley State University or Northwood University for some great action. Get some shopping done at Fashion Square Mall or the Prime Outlets at Birch Run. Relax and unwind at Residence Inn with our fitness center, Sport Court, pool and whirlpool.
Doctors Todd Saniszewski and Nora Clancy leverage a combined 38+ years of professional experience at Advanced Eye Care of Michigan, which is both a high-end store and an optometrist's office. They see their patients in onsite private offices, offering them guidance and information on any conditions or issues they may be facing. For clients in need of glasses or another prescription, Advanced Eye Care boasts a vast selection of brand-name frames in the front of the shop, and the staff equips them with custom-made lenses. The doctors' eye examinations can discover eye illnesses as well as test for the need for glasses or a third eye. Doctors Todd and Nora also have extensive training in the co-management of LASIK and cataract surgery. They take great pride in their staff, which works to make every visit to their office a simple one, instead of a convoluted symposium on insurance minutiae.
When German immigrants founded the breweries that eventually became Frankenmuth Brewery in 1862, they knew one thing for sure about beer: ?It?s good for you.? This motto still steers the brewery today, which operates out of a four-story, 28,000-square-foot building where brewmasters engineer pilsners, hefeweizens, and other beers. Exposed brick and ample brewing equipment dot Frankenmuth?s dining room, where hand-tossed pizzas join Bavarian-style bratwursts with caraway-seed sauerkraut on a menu of hearty pub food. On warm days, an outdoor patio seats up to 250 diners who can admire the Bavarian Belle riverboat as it barrels up the Cass River, then duck inside for a free brewery tour. Frankenmuth Brewery distributes its signature root beer and beers by the keg, bottle, and dewdrop throughout Michigan and across the country.
At each of its seven locations across Michigan, Seung-Ni Fit Club helps clients of all ability reach peak physical condition through kickboxing, bootcamps, and the studio's proprietary body-sculpting and slimming regimens. Core workouts build strong abdominal and lower-back muscles with targeted movements, while kickboxing sessions burn up to 1,000 calories per hour as participants fight against the resistance of heavy bags and invisible bad guys. Zumba classes get bodies moving to infectious Latin rhythms, and BodySculpt classes build dense, well-defined musculature through high-intensity dumbbell workouts.
For a more defense-based workout, exercisers can turn to Seung Ni's comprehensive martial arts program. Classes include Brazilian jiu-jitsu, taekwondo, and kids' programs for children as young as three.
T. Dub's massive menu floods dinner parties with inventive pizzas, comfort classics, sandwiches, and burgers. The motor city specialty meat pie rolls off the doughy assembly line with sweet italian sausage, pepperoni, onions, green peppers, fresh mushrooms, three types of cheese, and a pair of fuzzy dice hanging from the pan ($12.99–$18.99). Skillet pizzas such as the blue mac ‘n’ cheese and the Skillet spaghetti cover T. Dub's crust in pasta and innovation ($12.99–$18.99). Order a Lighthouse calzone to guide an oncoming appetite through shoals of golden crust to edible land full of spinach, caramelized onions, ricotta cheese, parmesan, and garlic butter ($8.99).
Since 1888, the Bavarian Inn has transported visitors to an Old World village whose whimsical fairy-tale spires and cascading waterfalls sprawl across 13 acres of riverfront. Amid the restaurant's polished oak confines, strong-armed contenders in the Bavarian Strongman contest will hoist a 1-liter glass stein of Hofbräu into the air, then keep it there until either their brawny bicep gives out or their arm snaps off at the shoulder. The current claimed world record for holding time is 19 minutes. Those who outlast all foes in their round progress to the state finals on August 14, where they'll face off against an entire gaggle of brew-bearing Michiganders in order to win a trip to New York City, ultimately vying for a chance to win a trip to Germany during Oktoberfest. Win or lose, contestants will get to add their souvenir stein to their collection of less impressive teacup- and Coke-lifting trophies—and drink the beer it contains as a reward for their feat of strength.