Muskegon is home to 26 miles of sugar sand beaches and dunes, 60 miles of wilderness trails for
biking or hiking, Michigan's Adventure Amusement and Water Park, dining and cultural arts for every
taste and budget.

Nestled between the shores of Muskegon Lake and the revitalized downtown district is the
Inn® Muskegon-Harbor
hotel. With a central location in Muskegon, Michigan, the hotel's perfect
for both business and leisure travelers. Vacationers headed to Muskegon, MI love the hotel’s easy
access the sights and sounds of Muskegon, including the
Michigan Air Rally.

As a participant of the
Michigan Air Rally, a special rate has been arranged for your stay. Please
contact the
Holiday Inn Muskegon-Harbor, 939 Third Street Muskegon, MI 49440,  to book your
reservations now, prior to cut-off date July 14, 2015. (231) 722-0100 and ask for the Michigan Air
Rally to make your reservations.

The Hotel confirms the following guest room rates:
Single Occupancy:  $179.99        
Double Occupancy: $179.99
Room rates are quoted exclusive of applicable state and local taxes which are currently 11.0%.

All reservations must be made individually through the Hotel's Reservation Department prior to cut-
off date July 14, 2015. Individuals shall be responsible for their own room, tax, incidental charges,
and any other charges. All charges incurred are to be paid upon checkout.

Check in time is guarantee at 4pm hotel time. Early check-ins can not be guaranteed by this contract
or by your sales representative. Individuals may call ahead date of arrival to check the status of
room for early check. We do not ever guarantee early check-in unless you pre-book your
reservations for a day in advance to arrive the next day at an early time. Please note these counts
as booking your room for two days

The "cut-off date" is: July 14th 2015.  Reservation requests received after the cut-off date will be
based on availability at the Hotel's prevailing rates.

The Holiday Inn Muskegon-Harbor would like to make sure all of our guests have a pleasant stay. To
ensure this policy we do not allow parties/gathering of any kind in our guest sleeping rooms, or any
other areas of the hotel. Our sleeping rooms are designed to be a place to get away, and for our
guests to relax and unwind. We intend to protect the privacy and peace of each guest at the hotel.
Therefore, we will enforce the following: We only allow Registered Guests to stay in the room: 3
guests in a single bed room and 5 guests in a double bed room. This policy also includes the pool
and fitness rooms. Any report or complaint of disturbance or noise will be investigated. Any party or
gathering that takes place such as Birthday Party, Pajama party, Bachelor/Bachelorette, Pool party,
etc. will be asked to leave immediately without a refund. If necessary, the authorities will be called. By
signing this contract you acknowledge and agree to comply fully with this policy. In addition, this
policy will be handed to each guest at check in to review and sign as well.

Compliance by the Hotel - The Hotel shall be responsible for complying with the public
accommodations requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) not otherwise allocated to
the Group in this agreement, including: (i) the 'readily achievable' removal of physical barriers to
access to the meeting rooms, sleeping rooms, and common areas (e.g., restaurants, rest rooms, and
public telephones); (ii) the provision of auxiliary aids and services where necessary to ensure that no
disabled individual is treated differently by the Hotel than other individuals; and (iii) the modification
of the Hotel's policies, practices, and procedures applicable to all guests and/or groups as
necessary to provide goods and services to disabled individuals (e.g., emergency procedures and
policy of holding accessible rooms for hearing and mobility impaired open for disabled individuals
until all remaining rooms are occupied). Any extraordinary costs for special auxiliary aids requested
by the Group shall be borne by the Group provided the Hotel notifies the Group of such cost in
writing. Compliance by the Group - The Group shall be responsible for complying with the following
public accommodations requirements of ADA: (i) the 'readily achievable' removal of physical barriers
within the meeting rooms utilized by the Group which the Group would otherwise create (e.g., set-up
of exhibits in an accessible manner) and not controlled or mandated by the Hotel; (ii) the provision of
auxiliary aids and services where necessary to ensure effective communication of the Group's
program of disabled participants (e.g., Braille or enlarged print handouts, interpreter or simultaneous
video text display); and (iii) the modification of the Group's policies, practices and procedures
applicable to participants as required to enable disabled individuals to participate equally in the
program. Mutual Cooperation in Identifying Special Needs - The Group shall identify in advance any
special needs of disabled registrants, faculty and guests requiring accommodation by the Hotel and
will notify the Hotel of such needs for accommodation in writing as soon as they are identified to the
Group. Whenever possible, the Group shall copy the Hotel on correspondence with attendees who
indicate special needs as covered by ADA. The Hotel shall notify the Group of requests for
accommodation which it may receive otherwise than through the Group to facilitate identification by
the Group of its own accommodation obligations or needs as required by ADA.

For other lodging choices please go to the
Muskegon Convention & Visitors Bureau website.
West Michigan Flight Academy
The Michigan Air Rally