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1. El Moore Lodge & Residences - Detroit

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Address: 624 W Alexandrine St, Detroit, MI 48201

Telephone: (313) 924-4374

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El Moore Lodge & Residences: what do users think?
Jennifer Fike: We were in Detroit for a wedding at the Garden Theater and was very convenient location. Stayed in the starlight cabin. Needed a room with a pullout since wanted to have an option for additional family to stay if they didn't want to drive back. Love the sustainable renovation of the building. Felt safe, secure and welcoming. Just one issue was the room was too warm and the heat wouldn't lower.
Eve Hinz: Even better than expected! Stayed in the Moonbeam Cabin for two nights. Beautiful view, warm and cozy aesthetic, a welcoming front desk, next door to a coffee shop/market, walking distance to lots of great food and shops. 10/10 would recommend.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Will Scott: From arrival to departure we were impressed constantly. We stayed in the moonbeam suite and the view was stunning. We were going to stay elsewhere, but a colleague insisted we try the El Moore and I'm so very glad that we did! This place will be on our future destination list for sure! If I could, I'd give it 6-stars!!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Mary Krumbein: I had to contact the staff about some special accommodations. I did not end up booking here, but the staff was very prompt in answering my question and would have been able to handle my request had I booked. I would definitely book with them if traveling solo or as a couple.Service: 5/5 …More
Laura Wood: This place really exceeded our expectations! We staying in one of the Parkview rooms and it was clean and spacious. The aesthetic of the hotel was really pleasing, with well-kept grounds and a private, gated parking area. The staff were very welcoming and friendly, and gave personal service. The breakfast in the morning was delicious - homemade mushroom quiche, good coffee, and toast with delicious jam. This really has more of a bed and breakfast feel than a hotel, and very reasonably priced, with a wide variety of rooms to choose from. In walking distance of many restaurants and venues in the area. We will be back!
Dan Hughson: We enjoyed a wonderful stay in Detroit at El Moore. All of the staff was great. Maie checked us in and had great suggestions for places to eat. Quiche on the breakfast buffet on Saturday morning was very good.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Great value …More
Eric Karno: Wonderful unique boutique hotel in a great Midtown location.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Nikoe Oliver: My husband and I stayed here in December and even in the cold, the outdoor view and rooftop patio were amazing! My only gripe was our cabin not having a microwave. Unless I missed it, that was a huge inconvenience when trying to heat up snacks!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Jahil Parker: Sorry for the late posting. I stayed here Oct 2021 for two nights in the small room with bunk beds. The room was actually decent and had the perfect setup for a short quick stay. My only concern was the cleaning of the bed frames. I always check what I'm sleeping on. Underneath the mattress were tons of dead crickets and smalll bugs. Thankfully none of them were bedbugs and there were no blood stains. My room was on the bottom floor so I can Understand the presence of crickets but what's not okay is that they were clearly dead and had been there for a while. It looks as if the room was reset sheets and mattress covers were changed and they just ignored the bugs. I don't have pictures sadly since I'm just remembering I didnt leav my review last year. If you check this place out make sure to check the bed frame and have them clean it. I didn't want to stress my partner out so I didnt mention it to them until we left. Also the price is at a good point.
J Frances: Clean, beautiful units, pleasant garden area and common area similar to an English Bed & Breakfast. Safe & easy to access parking lot that’s secured. Cafe next door for any quick bites or coffee/tea, and community gardens next to cafe. Kind staff. Also there are random events like Jurassic Park movie night in Greenhouse with free snacks and drinks - very cute!
Emma Shortt: Everything about my stay was super, from the warm welcome to the lovely room and delicious breakfast. The team were very friendly and helpful.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Sharla Hunter: Stayed at the El Moore Lodge for New Years Eve 2021 and this hotel is very nice. The secure parking was definitely a plus as well as how to access everything upon arrival. I stayed in the Moonbeam Cabin and it was exactly like the pictures online. For anyone who stays here in the future they do offer Netflix and Youtube TV. The views are spectacular and I would definitely stay here again.The only downside I would say is not being able to access other streaming apps such as Hulu when doing so it asked for a pin, also no phone to be able to call downstairs if needed.
Benson May: Lovely experience overall. Exactly as pictured, our room was exceptionally clean and well stocked with numerous cute welcome snacks/tea/coffee. All-stone shower was a highlight. We stayed in the room with bunk beds and an in-suite bathroom, the space was perfect for two and felt spacious with the separate dining table under the bay windows! Each staff member we met was friendly and excited to share restaurant recommendations and advice about Detroit, and helped make our experience five-star!
Jessica Montgomery: The rooms and views were beautiful. Extremely nice and helpful staff. The only issue we encountered was slow internet service. We will definitely stay again.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Ken King: This hotel is a real gem. Beautifully restored building in a great location. We stayed in one of the spacious rooftop cabins and it was wonderful with terrific balcony views. Very friendly and helpful staff. The secure parking was a real plus. We will stay there again.
Ordabek Duissen: It's a really nice hotel, enjoyed it!
Colleen Lyon: Beautiful, unique hotel. Wonderful location and great views. One of our best hotel stays.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Nic R: In 2019 while watching Fox 2 News, they ran a story on this hotel and I immediately put it in my phone notes. Covid happened, the world stopped and I never had a chance to book a room. Well as soon as it was safe again to venture out into the world, the El Moore was my 1st stop, and it was well worth the wait! From the service, to the rooms; it was a perfect staycation and welcome back, to “normal” gift to us. We booked the Starlight cabin and it was breathtaking. The room, the view, the grounds, the service; everything was top notch. OH! Let me not forget the bed; this bed slept like a cloud. We wished we’d booked another night just to lay in the bed! LOL The only bad thing and I wouldn’t call it bad is, they don’t have an ice machine, but they do have an ice bucket, so you can always grab your own from the local store; we went to CVS! 😃 We were walking distance to the world famous Italian restaurant, Mario’s. There are tons of bars and restaurants to choose from, rather dining in or carrying out. If you’re looking for something unique, beautiful, romantic as well as economically feasible, look no further! The El Moore leaves you wanting more and more! We will definitely be back.
Emily Obert: Has cute looking cabins, but none of them are wheelchair accessible. I don't understand how people are allowed to build inaccessible hotels/hostels. This place is a brand new renovation and pretends to be ethical
kendra komp: We really enjoyed our stay in this gorgeously restored gem! We stayed in the beautiful and comfortable Starlight Cabin. It was quiet, peaceful, and relaxing. Our balcony overlooked the community garden and from the huge windows we could see all of Midtown and all the way downtown to the Ren Cen. The neighborhood is beautiful and there are so many restaurants and bars nearby, most of which have patios/outdoor areas which is so important during Covid. I felt very safe staying here. The room was spotless and private. I would highly recommend staying here! It is the perfect place if visiting Detroit or for a staycation.

2. The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit - Detroit

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Address: 1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 442-1600

Business type: Hotel

The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit: what do users think?
Scott Evans: This is my new favorite hotel in downtown Detroit. Be sure to ask for a newly renovated room.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Scott Spellman: Classic and regal Detroit luxury hotel. Great rooms and amenities.
will carpenter: So far, so good. Nice atmosphere.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
VA 5900: Excellent Services from The Valet to Hotel General Manager...Mr. Christopher Hilty Westin Marriott Bonvoy ™️ Supervisor of the Starbucks-Westin Detroit...Mr. Hilty Supervisor at the Hotel Westin Book Cadillac Detroit and The General manager of the Starbucks Reserve because of RACIAL profiling from one of their BARISTAS against me I am. Not allowed inside of the WESTIN or the Starbucks the Supervisor Mr. Christopher Hiltycalled the police on me thinking that I was gonna get in-trapment with Detroit Police Officers, being unorthodox with me being a Black African American Citizen that lives 1 1/2 block away from this location. And the Barista said that I brought in TAROT CARDS. I do not do TAROT CARDS READINGS /I'm NOT a Reader.I do not discriminate against people who do TAROT Cards Readings I am working on a ART PROJECT and The Barista at This Starbucks discriminated against Me, Saying I'm READING based on the fact that she calls my ART PROJECT TAROT CARDS. So, I have the proof that My ART Pictures not a TAROT CARDS and as soon as I can go in front of some type or form Of judge or sit down with them to show them that the ARTWORK... I? Have. Is not a TAROT CARDS. The Supervisor said in our phone conversation with Mr Hilty message to me is that half of his staff is Black and 1/2 of his staff has a problem with Me but what he did not know is I've been coming there for at least 2 years. I work next door at the Hotel Indigo. So I'm not understanding half of his staff is Black and 1/2 of them have a problem with me when I had nothing but good services from the other Baristas. Baristas that were at this location before this young lady...Nearby activities: I live up The street from this Starbucks and I LOVE My StarbucksSafety: Excellent location for visitors to Stay.
Alphonso Moore: NEVER BEEN THERE
Winston The Argentine Tegu: Last week, my work held a conference at the Westin Book Cadillac Detroit and it was wonderful. Dalano was very helpful when it came to any questions I had. I needed to have something printed in color and Dalano was happy to do that for me. Especially when he had to go to the other side of the building to print what I needed. He went out of his way to help me and that meant a lot. I hope he reads this because he is very appreciated.
Godfried Puts: In twee woorden: vergane glorie.Noteworthy details: Dicht bij het Conferentie centrum.
Jason Hoffman: Nice old hotel
Zachary Weiss: Rooms: Nice.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Quiet …More
Greg Hack: Safety: The valet service was very courteous and welcoming.Food & drinks: My family attended a wedding reception for my daughter's sister in law (my daughter was a bridesmaid). We had a choice of prime rib, chicken or ravioli. I had the prime rib, which was the best I have ever had! It was thick as a delmonico steak and so tender, you could cut it with a butter knife. My wife and son had the stuffed chicken, which they said was very good. The salads had a delicious dressing of cherries and walnuts i.e. Michigan salad. The bartenders, servers very quick and friendly.Noteworthy details: The place is beautiful! It was just a skip and a hop from St. Aloysius Catholic Church, where the wedding mass,took place.
Sarah Lalone: Worked an event and service of staff was incredible. Unfortunately construction was happening in lobby which could be heard in the meeting room where tests were being given. All other things aside, it was great. I would confirm this with sales team before booking space.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 4/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
allison knight: Restaurant is under construction.Walkability: Near everything downtown
Keith Harris: Second time staying. Clean comfortable rooms and good location in downtown Detroit.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Mary Parker: Top service.
angie knapp: Needs some updating like tables on both sides of the bed. The building is beautiful and the staff was friendly.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
JS L: Poor breakfast serviceRooms: 4/5|Service: 2/5|Location: 3/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More

3. Shinola Hotel - Detroit

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Address: 1400 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 356-1400

Business type: Hotel

Shinola Hotel: what do users think?
Ellie Shuda: Best hotel in Detroit. very kind staff. we left a personal belonging at the hotel and the hotel staff went above and beyond to get it back to us safely.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
David Krasnow: Beautiful hotel! Didn’t stay overnight but went to a special event here, quite luxurious!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Lisa Bennett: Rooms had no light.Could not check in early. The servers were really nice.Walkability: Could walk everywhereFood & drinks: No breakfast at 7 in the area. Detroit opens up at 8am.
Teresa Corey: We reserved a room at the Shinola to celebrate our 18th Wedding Anniversary. Checking in was great. We liked our room but when we took the comfortor off, we found several hairs on the sheets... ruined our first experience here ! We think the sheets weren't changed from the last guest.... also found hairs on the wash cloths! The room was so extremely noisy! You could hear the traffic from Woodward.Didn't sleep well. Beware ! !!
Scott: We were very impressed with the entire experience. The staff is wonderful!
Joe N: Very nice hotel, the staff were friendly and answered all of our questions. No issues with valet service either. But the bad review is because a neighboring bar had music so loud well past 2 AM that it was literally shaking the walls of our room. We called the front desk and they told us there was really nothing they could do, but did offer to send up ear plugs. I feel like for the price we paid for our room, we should not have had to deal with this. I understand it’s not the hotels fault, but it did negatively impact our experience.
Amy Hasselbring: My husband and I stayed and attended a wedding at Shinola this past weekend. WOW. What a beautiful hotel. First of all the staff is amazing, thank you Mika, and Q for the warm and welcoming check-in and check-out. We felt like family. Everyone was wonderful. Our room was spotless, spacious, and just beautiful. The wedding venue was gorgeous, and the food was OUTSTANDING. Very impressed with this hotel.We live 40 minutes away and decided to get a room. So glad we did. We will be back.
Albin Berberovic: Experience and food are awesome.
Paul Houle: Order a print catalog from Shinola, open it up and look at the styling of everything in it. That's where you will be staying while here. Except the people talk to you and they are VERY nice. Stay there, you won't be disappointed.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Curtis Hulme: Was there for a wedding reception. Food was amazing and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Great cocktails paired with excellent food served by friendly professionals.Food & drinks: We were there for a wedding reception. Food was amazing.
Abdul Hameed Rasekh: having expensive handmade afghan carpets all over the hotel make this hotel unique and nice.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Matthew Sinclair: Slipped inside the hotel when out for a brisk jaunt. The Evening Bar was closed but the hotel bar was open and quite inviting. Warm tones and soothing lighting. Bar service was excellent and I had possibly the best White Russian I’ve ever tasted.
Cynthia Oland: We had an absolutely lovely experience staying at the Shinola Hotel. The location is premium, we saw a show at The Fillmore and the walk was less than 10 minutes. The bed was extremely comfortable, and I love the ambience the room has. Hardwood floors are so soft on the feet! Front desk staff was kind, lobby is stunning, and we ordered cappuccinos and a pastry basket from in room dining in the morning. Ask for a chocolate croissant! We parked about 2 blocks away in a parking garage, and the walk was about 6 minutes from the hotel. Not too bad at all. Would love to stay here again.
Edward Charleston (Ed): I was there for a 50th birthday celebration. Love the experience.Food & drinks: Good spreadNoteworthy details: 50th birthday celebration

4. Trumbull And Porter Hotel- Detroit Downtown - Detroit

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Address: 1331 Trumbull, Detroit, MI 48216

Telephone: (313) 496-1400

Business type: Hotel

Trumbull And Porter Hotel- Detroit Downtown: what do users think?
Pascal Orliac: Superb, clean, newly renovated, great deco, spacious, walking distance to downtown.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Quiet, Great value …More
Info Team: Thank you TnP for the great times.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Nicholas Lee: Great experience in downtown Detroit. Great environment and staff.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Bada Chun: Very nice, Sweet and simple hotel. Amazing little details and friendly staff.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Daniel Shon: Great times love the vibe and everything about detroit.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Buyer Lyt: Dope experience, all the people who work for the hotel are very nice and helpful. I'd definitely recommend to all.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Quiet …More
Contact Bored N Stone: Much love and appreciation for the Trumbull and Porter hotel and staffRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Bo Jat: Love this place.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Roderick Sankey: Beautiful hotel, friendly service, comfortable beds, an all around great experience. I felt obligated to leave a review.Safety: Great Location.
Jung Kim: Fantastic stay. Really helped me enjoy my time in Detroit — staff was helpful and nice the entire time. Would definitely recommend this hotel for its service and more catered customer service over a bigger hotel in the area.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Great view, Quiet, Kid-friendly, Great value …More
Jeff Wang: Great experience at the hotel. Stayed for 3 nights and had a great experience the entire time at the hotel. Felt safe and secure, couldn't hear anything through the walls, room was cleaned spotless every day. Front desk was very friendly and helpful, great attitude. Would definitely stay here again when I'm in Detroit!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Great view, Great value …More
swampy fm: Great location staff friendly and courteousRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Quiet …More
Charity Lea: We didn’t like the concrete flooring, the dirty throw pillow or bath rug! Our view was out of a broken window that overlooked the courtyard, which was kind of nice, but the surroundings of the hotel were odd, industrial looking. Had to pay for fenced parking.. The restaurant was closed.. No coffee pot or water bottles in the room.Noteworthy details: No
Jeff Stratton: All that and a bag of chips. Staying in The Rolling Stones suite. Amazing courtyard, full bar, coffee, luxury service and concierge, super clean. Perfect location.
Beth: We got catfished… the pictures looked nice online but the room itself was barren and bland. Bed was neither comfortable nor overly clean, throw pillow had stains on it. Bathroom was dusty and the shower head was so low, there’s no way it would work for anyone over 6 feet tall. Low quality toiletries and furniture. Both of our room keys didn’t work for two nights in a row (same thing happened to friends also staying in the hotel). Low ceilings in the hallway and stale/musty scent. Location is about a 30 minute walk from downtown/sports and I would not walk at night. Customer service was ok not great. At the coffee shop in the morning they put steamed milk in my friend’s iced coffee? Hard to believe this place has such good reviews. Overall strange experience, won’t be going back.
Daniel Pino: Layout/atmosphere*Boutique hotel; Detroit theme/artwork/photos; Burroughs Cafe (coffee/pastry); Red Dunn Kitchen; snack bar by reception; small court yard area; room - bare floor; standing rack/no closet; bottle opener on side of desk; refrigerator; safe; ironing board; parking - $10/day
Oya Akman: Very close location to Detroit downtown. Half an hour walking distance. Safe neighbourhood. Hotel manager and staff are very kind and friendly that I wanted to mention specificly. They are very nice to their guests. Because they think we are their guests not customers. My room was very clean and neat. I was surprised when I saw Turkısh hand made rugs in my room. My next visit to Detroit will be next year. I definitely will stay Trumell&Porter again. See u guys, it was my pleasure meeting you. Thanx 4 everything.

5. The Inn at 97 Winder - Detroit

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Address: 97 Winder St, Detroit, MI 48201

Telephone: (313) 832-4348

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The Inn at 97 Winder: what do users think?
Kim Pratt: It was a nice experience.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Rwings73: The staff are amazing and the place is beautiful. So much to do all within walking distance.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Denise Toler: Stayed here in March for a Red Wings hockey game. Being able to park and walk to the arena was great! Felt very safe and the walk was only about a block. The room was comfortable, the bed was comfortable, and the service was very accommodating. We will definitely stay here again for our trips to see the Red Wings play!Nearby activities: Walking distance to Little Caesar's Arena
Becca Anderson: Spacious rooms & attached bathrooms. Staff was super friendly. We appreciated their responsiveness when the heat was too high in our room. Would recommend reupholstering the furniture in the rooms as it was all pretty worn. Perfect location for any downtown sporting events.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Melody Kruger: Beautiful inn - main floor, hallways, and guest rooms. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed. The entire mansion has the feel of luxury lodging. The staff is friendly and helpful. The location cannot be beat. Just one block from LCA. Parking (paid) is right out the back door. There was no water glass in the room, but this was probably an oversight. Communication could have been better, but the overall experience made up for this.Addendum: On my second stay here, I noticed a few things that could improve. The rooms need to have a water glass, either disposable or glass, in the room. Again, I had to go looking for one in the kitchen. For the price, I expected a breakfast spread better than the average chain hotel cereal, yougurt, and store-bought pastries. The inn is still a very nice place to stay, with an unbeatable location if you’re going to LCA, but next year I’ll go for cheaper lodging and deal with a little transportation inconvenience. And be aware that you will pay $25 for parking in the “inn’s lot,” above and beyond the night’s lodging cost.
Zach Waas Smith: Beware! This place has achieved an *aesthetic*. But as we all know, looks aren’t everything. Aside from the authentic decor, there were no redeeming qualities about the experience of our 1-night stay in a "premium" room. I stay in a lot of hotels and splurged on this place for a special occasion, only to be sorely disappointed. You want a 4-star hotel? Save your money and go elsewhere.1. Questionable security at best. The lock on the room door was a standard handle lock that was finicky and difficult to operate. The key would spin and spin - I was never sure it locked and there are no additional locks on the door (deadbolts, chains, etc).2. Once in the room, it was very cold and we discovered it was only heated by a small space heater on the floor. Not quite what I expect from any hotel, much less a “4-star” hotel, but I figured we'd try it... We unfortunately didn't discover it was inadequate until we woke up shivering at 3am.3. There are no basic amenities in the room (i.e. coffee maker, mini fridge, cups or drinking glasses, not even a table for our stuff!). We looked up and the chandelier was not secured to the ceiling properly, either. Simply not 4-star quality.4. *THIS* is the kicker. Got in the jacuzzi tub (that we paid extra $ for) and when we turned on the jets, a bunch of disgusting crud came blasting out. Absolutely horrifying. See the photos.5. Jumped in the shower to wash off the nasty slime, but the shower was also janky! The knobs were falling off the wall, difficult to operate, and the temperature kept wildly fluctuating. We eventually got it “good enough” and took an uncomfortable shower.6. Got out of the shower and discovered how scratchy and rough the towels were. We’re talking bottom-of-the-barrel budget motel quality. Come on! For $375/night, at least go to Meijer and buy me a soft towel! lol but truly, just terrible. Oh, and no towel racks or hooks anywhere to hang them on.7. Are the beds from 1887, too?? I’ve slept on pull out couches more comfortable than this bed. It collapses in the middle (like a deflating air mattress) and you can feel the springs jabbing you. Give me a pillow top, at least! Again, NOT 4-star quality.8. Even just getting INTO the hotel is weird. The front door is locked and has no windows. You have to ring a doorbell to be let in, but the doorbell was missing so we had to call some phone number and eventually somebody would come get us. Even once we got our keys, we still couldn’t use the front door and had to walk around to the back to get in. And they were using the parking lot as event parking, so it was PACKED with cars.9. Breakfast? Served? It's barely a run of the mill continental. And they awkwardly forced all the guests to sit at the one table, even though there were other tables in the sitting area.Finally, to top it all off, when I requested to speak with a manager about my stay, there conveniently wasn't one there. I asked them to call me when they were in, but of course they never did and when I called them, she was never there. The ladies on staff when I was there were nice enough, but whoever is running this joint should be ashamed. Thanks for the laughably paltry refund, I guess, but this is without a doubt NOT a 4-star hotel!
Teresa Corey: The location is great for sporting events, restaurants and the theatres BUT the property and rooms are un-kept and some of the staff was rude and seemed irritated that we were there. The main floor is beautiful but the guest rooms are un-kept. Also, the parking lot is rented out to a third-party that parks cars for other events in the city. They night we stayed here, there was a pistons game. My husband is handicapped and when we left the property to go to dinner, we were told that our handicap spot would be there when we returned; it was not. The lot was full and they wanted our keys to park our car in a difference location. We refused as we wanted our car where we were staying and they were rude and unaccommodating!The room we reserved was totally different than what they displayed in the pictures. The bed was horrible; the springs in the mattress was poking me in the back and it sagged so badly in the middle, I had a hard time getting out of it. Everything in our room was dusty and the air return vents in the room and the bathroom were covered in dust and grime!The hallway outside our room was dirty, crumbs from some type of food. The bathroom floor was dusty and the cover plate for the bathroom switch was disgusting.Our room was hot when we checked in. They closed off the vent in our room. When we were heading out to dinner, we asked that, If we did get cold, could we get a blanket. We were told that there was a blanked in the armoire. When we returned, our room was freezing and we couldn’t reach the vents to open them again. We found someone down on the main floor and asked if we could get a blanked. She said she was busy but would “try” to get us a blanked in about 20 minutes; she never showed! I woke up with a sore throat and dripping nose from being so cold. The ceiling light bulbs were burnt out.We went down for the continental breakfast. The lady that was there was rude and seemed irritated that we were there. She asked if we wanted "fresh fruit" but when I went to eat it, the fruit was rotten! I decided to have a bagel but it was stale and she was irritated that I didn’t want to eat it. I asked for milk to have some cereal and she watched me as I poured it into the bowl and when I put it down, she took it away. She watched our every move; it made us very uncomfortable!Also, the walls are paper thin so we heard everything anyone did the entire night.This was not a pleasant experience and we will be staying elsewhere in the future!
Mariana Zayas: Loved the historic setting and decor. It was close to the Eastern Market that we visited for a wedding reception. The vibe is great but the walls are very thin and you can hear your neighbors clearly. The mattress was fine - not great but also not uncomfortable. Checkin was smooth and easy.Rooms: 3/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Joyce Henk: Nearby activities: Excellent location! Walking distance to sports/concert venues and local restaurants.Rooms: 3/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Great view, Romantic, Quiet …More
Bella Reyes: Booked through a 3rd party. I don’t recommend that because you will never know about all the hidden fees until you arrive. Got there and the deposit is more than the room. Ontop of that there is 25$ parking fee, why? We already paid to stay there why would we pay to park? The room was just that a room with a space heater to keep us warm. The bathroom had a huge shower , that was the best part of the room. The room was cold, not clean, and didn’t even look like anyone cared about the I kind at all. I was shocked that I had to pay 250 deposit (reservations never said that-the hotel site does though (but again 3rd party sign up). I don’t think this place should be charging so much for a room, charging a deposit that exceeds the amount of the room, and charges you for parking your car their while you stay your stay with them. The staff was shocked when I came early but that’s because they didn’t bother answering their phones the 20 times they were called between me and the place that helped me book it in the first place. Check in is at 4pm and out at 11am, not even 24hrs and that’s ontop of all those fees. Save yourself a trip & find a hotel. You will get more for your money and feel better about it.
Rebecca De Waard: Room was on the 3rd floor with no elevator so not good for us old people, especially when you want to get a cup of coffee. No way to regulate room temperature, the fan in the bathroom couldn't be shut off, the TV didn't work,no coffeemaker in room, continental breakfast was minimal at best, but the coffee was good, 1 of the beds was very soft and uncomfortable, pillows were so-so. For $250 a night + $25 parking, it's not worth it. The best thing I can say about this place was the Hostess was awesome; also, it's a close walk to Little Caesars Arena.
Jessica Campbell: Great location, staff was attentive and kind, room was mediocre.Rooms: 3/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Max Sobolevskiy: Well, I have mixed feelings:Pros:– Unbelievable vibes of an old restored house with many authentic things– The proper spring (not bloody foam) mattress– I had two-level room with the oriel window which I think is the best room in the property– Location is greatCons:– I met two ladies on the check-in desk. One of them was really nice and friendly, the other one was arrogant and was gaslighting me about not working WiFi– Yes, WiFi didn't work in my particular room #32. To use it I needed to get out of the room.– Breakfast are just bagels and fruits.– When I asked to live my stuff until my flight, that arrogant lady was not happy and said "usually we don't allow it". Wow! I've been to hundred of hotels and this one is first where they "usually we don't allow it". And guess what? Finally she let my stuff to be left and it took zero efforts from her time.
Gayle Krufal: Safety: The city felt very safe, and was much cleaner than I expected.Walkability: Great location!. Walking distance from ALL of the major sport stadiums in Detroit. Our room had a view of Comerica Park and Ford Field. We were in town for a concert at The Masonic Temple Theater and ended up walking back to the hotel (about 1.5 miles) at night.
Russ Newlin: Recently stayed there for one night during a hockey game. Don’t expect much. It’s an old house with old furniture and old decor. Be aware that they charge extra for parking. I was not told that upon arrival but noticed the charge on my card. When I called to question it, they said it was communicated to me upon checkin. This is coming from the exact same lady that checked me in. I even read the fine print when I was initialing the check in paperwork as she told me no one ever reads it. If I would have been told that up front, then I would have parked in one of the many open spots on the street for free. Ok place to lay your head after a hockey game just one block from the arena, but don’t expect anything fancy. And sure don’t expect them to care about what was or was not communicated to you once you have departed.
Kat Pitcole: Can not wait to stay here again. Fantastic location! Amazing home. Safe parking. great staff. Highly recommend it!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
joshua dersa: No one was there to check us in had, we had to wait a half hour.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 2/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Quiet …More
Mike Kinney: Just stayed here, the wife loved the idea of staying in an old mansion, we were not disappointed. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the room was over the top but in a good way, wrought iron staircase to a sitting room in the turret was my favourite . We went to a red wings game, which was 2 minutes walk away, neighborhood looked and felt very safe and friendly to walk around. Will definitely stay here again.
Arielle Hemingway: We went for a Wings game and the location was even better than I had originally anticipated! Inside was beautiful!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More

6. Freshwater Vacation Rentals - Wyandotte

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Address: 3509 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, MI 48192

Schedule: Opens at 9:00 AM

Telephone: (734) 284-5677

Business type: Cottage rental

Freshwater Vacation Rentals: what do users think?
Angie Lee: We enjoyed our stay at the Taz Cottage. Great place and great location. Hosts made sure that we had everything we needed.
Cheyenne Phillips: Fresh Water was a beautiful place to stay! The home was very clean with a beautiful view & location. I will be revisiting & would rebook here!
Shweta Srivastava: Very near to beach and nice place to stay with family and friends.
Terrie Simons: The place really wasn't clean. The dust was horrible and the floors were so dirty. I really didn't want to walk on the floors. It also would have been nice to know that the one shower was tiny and really for kids and not adults. Definitely better than staying at a hotel. The weather was beautiful and we really had a great time!
kristin lance: This was the perfect location to Arcadia Bluffs Golf a course and Sleeping Bear Dunes. Thanks for hosting us!
RaeAnn Wichlacz: Neat, clean, and well stocked.. Enjoyed our stay and the house.
Michael DuBord: AWESOME "Home" with all the amenities that you don't get with a hotel for basically the same price. Not to mention TWO bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 stall garage, full basement, beautiful yard. We're hooked on Greenwood Getaway!
Karen Martin: Nice lil cottage.
chrissy daniels: Nice house in a quiet area.
Melissa Moore: We stayed in "The Lodge". The cabin was clean and very spacious. Perfect place for our family of 5 and enough room for visitors to sit and hang out. Could not beat the view of Indian Lake both morning and night! We will definitely be returning for another stay!
joshua fors: Clean, great location, and evcerything we needed was alreasy there. We will be back!
Angela Koehler: Larger than expected, very comfortable for our family to hang out, private and excluded, the beach was amazing and closer than expected- overall great stay!
Literia Mcgrew: Loved every bit of endless summer can’t wait to come again.. wonderful place
Jennifer Herman: This place was great. We really enjoyed our stay. We will definitely be back! Thanks freshwater.
Cathy Wright: My husband and I took my parents with us to this wonderful house for a week and everything was absolutely amazing! We will definitely rent from them again!
Regina Mi hael: This is a beautiful in great location with everything you could need.
Keith Bradley: It's okay
Charles Holsworth: This home is large and offers spectacular views. Appliances are top notch and the outdoor amenities are unsurpassed. Paddle boards, kayaks, a large deck and dock - and everything very well landscaped.Kitchen is well stocked, beds are in good condition, wifi is fast, and televisions all work.Impressive place!
Ajay Pandya: Great deals!
Tisha Schmieder: Stone house in Mc MillanThis vacation rental was like a home away from homeVery clean and had lots of the essentials like spices and aluminum foil on site to make traveling and cooking easier.Would love to stay here again*Caution to families with crawling infants there is a stair way with a gate but the gate doesn’t adequately cover the opening to the basement stairs.
John Grimes: My family and I recently stayed at this beautiful house, and we were blown away by the experience. The pool was absolutely awesome - clean, well-maintained, and the perfect temperature, it was indoors so no need to worry about the weather. We also loved spending time fishing in the nearby lake, and were thrilled with the abundance and variety of fish we caught.The town itself was incredibly friendly, and we felt welcomed everywhere we went. We also enjoyed hiking the beautiful trails in the area, taking in the stunning scenery and enjoying the fresh air.But what really made our stay unforgettable was the house itself. The view of the lake from the house was nothing short of magnificent, and we loved waking up every morning to that stunning vista. The rental was clean, comfortable, and well-appointed, with all the amenities we needed for a great stay. And when we wanted to unwind and have some quality family time, we were delighted to find a selection of board games in the rental - a thoughtful touch that made our stay even more enjoyable.Overall, we can't say enough good things about this wonderful house and the experience we had there. We would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a relaxing, fun-filled, and unforgettable vacation."

7. Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center - Detroit

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Address: Renaissance Center, 400 Renaissance Dr W, Detroit, MI 48243

Telephone: (313) 568-8000

Business type: Hotel

Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: what do users think?
Linda Brazier: Just stopped in at one of the bars inside the Marriott waiting on my friend. This place is so over priced and they offer no clear ice for bourbon, they do not keep Patron refrigerated. I can go on on . Nope the Detroit Marriott is not worth it. The bartender was great though I feel sorry for the staff. They need more from the hotel to service customers.
sic “sicduk” duk: Great view and location, but pricey stay to pair with already premium priced room. No room service, costly yet limited breakfast and dining options, lots of walking needed to find anything.It was a good experience but likely not choosing this as a destination for future visits.
Dean Eiden: Near the heart of downtown Detroit. Perfect location right on the waterfrontRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Lovely Lynn aka Ms Unstoppable: Beautiful hotel and very helpful, courteous staff! I can't wait to visit the Marriott Hotel againRooms: Beautiful well decorated roomsNearby activities: This Hotel is in downtown Detroit near all of Detroit's downtown events RestaurantsSafety: Plenty of Security Guards! I felt safe during my entire visit at the MarriottFood & drinks: Everything was simply delicious
Drew Hirsch: Rooms could be updated and the checkin process improved. It took a lot of time to check in even though they weren't busy. Gym is nice and the hotel has great views. The people mover is attached to the building so it makes getting around Detroit easy. Heart plaza is right next door and Greek town and campus martius just a short walk away. Lots of near by restaurants.
Katie Prentice: I was the first time guest of this hotel about 2 weeks ago. I made the reservation, but my friend arrived before me because my flight was delayed. As a result of arriving after midnight, I was still in line after three others who arrived around the same time.I didn't manage to take any pictures of the room, but the room itself was a solid Marriott room. The beds were decent and they were plentiful pillows. Something I always appreciate.The bathroom was not exceptionally clean, I'd put it about it at meh, but the sheets and towels were fresh and we did have soap provided.Unfortunately, even after asking several times, during my entire 5-day stay, we only received housekeeping one time. The three times I asked at the front desk and gave them my room number, they told me that daily housekeeping should still be happening. Clearly this is an ongoing issue for this hotel. I was really surprised, because they could just as easily have said no, it wasn't included daily.Depending on the purpose of my travel, I'm potentially okay with less than daily housekeeping service (if I know in advance), only if there is an appropriate towel bar on which to put my towel. This hotel has one tiny bar in the bathtub area and a hook on the door. That's not acceptable for two or more humans who need to dry towels.I'm a relatively mellow traveler, but this was a very weird situation.I ate one time in the lobby restaurant for breakfast and ordered a pretty standard item and it was fine. Nothing special, but it was a good amount of food. The coffee was a little weak at the breakfast.Otherwise, I did visit the lobby bar one afternoon with several friends, and we experienced excellent service from the bartenders.I'm not sure what's going on with Marriott computers, but this appears to be 4/4 recent stays where my bonvoy points and nights were not credited to my account. I think it's because my friend checked in first and this somehow balled up my reservation. Now I have to wait 10 days to find out anything.The front desk staff are clearly overwhelmed. I believe they are doing the best they can, and every one of them was polite including arriving at midnight and departing later in the week at 6:00 a.m.I stayed here because this was the host hotel for an event I attended. I honestly don't know if I would go back voluntarily. The views are fun if you can look over into Canada; my view the other way into the city was interesting but nothing special.The architecture is fascinating, but if I return to Detroit I'll probably stay somewhere else.
Darrel Boos: I had to call the front desk dozens of times over the course of 3.5 hours just to get some toilet paper so that I could use the toilet in my room.Nearby activities: Allot of things to do a see nearbyWalkability: Allot of things to do nearbyFood & drinks: Nice restaurants nearby
shiquiona hobson: Very beautiful place to stay at but I’ve been calling since Sunday because my card was over charged and the lady who answer the phone put me on hold for a minute. I hung up and called back no answer at all . Even today I’ve been calling it just rings . This is very sad , hope they get they staff under controlRooms: 4/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 4/5Hotel highlights Luxury, Great view, Romantic, Great value …More
Lori Wilson: Food service was horrible for the MDP Legacy Dinner. Food was cold.Service: 1/5 …More
Chris McKerrow: Really 3.5 stars. Check in often one's first experience with a hotel and needs improvement. Long lines and understaffed, while staff was very nice I was told at 3pm that check in was at 4 and room wasn't ready. I waited for a text until 4:30 and waited again in line only to be told I still didn't have a room. After making my case, the receptionist was able to find a room for me. Rooms were Marriott standard - comfortable and functional. Elevators are old and there aren't enough for the number of people staying here - and, one day I was on the elevator stuck between floors for a few minutes. I have to give the staff a shout-out - restaurant staff works hard in a busy bar. Receptionists are all very helpful but in the end it's a 3.5 star stay.
Nurgül Kılıç: The location is really nice, I definitely recommend you to stay
Carrie Adams: I’m a very mellow hotel guest. I don’t look for minor issues to complain about and let many things roll off my back. I’ve literally never complained at a Marriott hotel. Ever. This hotel is an awful example of the Marriott chain.One thing I cannot abide is consistent poor service. This Marriott is consistent in only one area. Bad service.First day, I had the great luck to get it wait in a super long check in line not once but twice. I had checked in via the app the evening before, as I usually do. I arrived before posted check-in time but wanted to drop my luggage while waiting for the room. After waiting in line for about half an hour, I was informed that a generic request I had added when booking (king bed, nice view if possible) would prevent the mobile key from alerting me to the room availability. No problem, they will call me as soon as the room is available. My phone number was confirmed, I asked about leaving my luggage, where I was directed to take it back down to a lower floor (where I originally entered) to drop off with bell services. The main entrance *does not* have any type of bell services signs and bell services is in a hidden side door. Really odd. The bell services person has been the only bright spot in this whole ordeal (isn’t that a sad statement). He was great and lovely in general.After wandering for several hours and it now being AFTER check-in time with no phone call as promised and no alert, I headed back to the hotel where I was lucky enough to wait in another 45 minute line. The front desk person was obviously exhausted and overworked, but was helpful in providing directional cues because this hotel is not intuitive designed to say the least.Finally got into my room over an hour after the check-in time and after waiting over an hour in two lines. Yay!Housekeeping was not providing their a-game. Hair from a past guest was left on the bathroom door (a lovely, large clump of hair). Gross. No hand soap was provided, so to wash my hands I need to go to the shower and use the body gel and wall-locked pump to get some soap. Classy.(I’ve confirmed with several other guests staying here that they too did not receive hand soap so this is a THING apparently and not an oversight as we all individually assumed…what a weird choice to make for cost-cutting. Who needs clean hands?!?!)Crumbs aligned the floor between the two beds. Again, I’m pretty mellow so I figured the beds were clean and I could handle not hanging my towels on the bathroom hook to avoid a clump of gross hair until housekeeping came by the next day.The word count limits me from clearly expressing all of the issues, but as succinctly as possible: dirty hotel room, no housekeeping service yet during my stay (and finally requesting today was met with what I can only describe as annoyance that I asked for something that should have been done), two hours to get ice that was ultimately unusable, broken doors, broken safe and many hours to even get someone to show up to make a super simple fix (reset the code), and on and on and on. I didn’t ask but a front desk person assured me that a manager would DEFINITELY be following-up about the issues.One guess as to whether the manager has called to follow up. Yeah, this is obviously a cultural issue. It starts at the top. There is zero accountability or follow-up and most definitely zero sense of urgency to fix issues that they have created themselves.AVOID AVOID AVOID
Noe Guevara: I just had 2 watches and 2 bottles of cologne stolen from my room. Front desk told me they can't check who accessed my room via a key card and that there's no cameras they can check. Filing a police report now. DO NOT STAY HERE!Rooms: 1/5|Service: 1/5 …More
Gracie Ruelas: It was amazing experience I love that hotel.Rooms: 4/5|Service: 4/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury, Great view, Romantic, Quiet, Kid-friendly, Great value, High-tech …More
Steve Heavyside: Top Notch all the way around.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More

8. Detroit Foundation Hotel - Detroit

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Address: 250 W Larned St, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 800-5500

Business type: Hotel

Detroit Foundation Hotel: what do users think?
Avneet Hall: Love the retro charm. Hotel is top notch with excellent service. The rooms are comfortable with tasteful decor. I love the terra-cotta floors!
Giuseppe Digiamma: One of the best Hotel in Detroit. Love each part of the decor and the room. Staff is amazing!Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Patrick Coicou: Fantastic, boutique hotel.
Nick Hall: Had a couple drinks after leaving the convention center, we had an excellent local beer!Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Jim Borland: First time staying at the Detroit Foundation Hotel. We had an absolutely amazing stay the staff was incredible. The building is stunning. Our room was immaculate the valet offered exceptional service. We will definitely be returning for future stays next time we are in Detroit thank you for a wonderful stay
Naomi Tingler: Valet was quick and friendly.Check in was quick.Bar located downstairs, strong drinks, fair prices, and friendly service.Our room had a beautiful view.
Jessica Henry: This hotel is quite the gem in Downtown Detroit. So refreshing to see true full service boutique hotels absolutely thriving! The service levels in this hotel are outstanding. And the cuisine in The Apparatus Room is second to none in the area.The hotel itself is rustic modern, built into the former fire headquarters building in Detroit. Just stunning!
David Williams: The hotel is very beautiful and the services is great. I had some concerns and they were taken care of very quickly. Make reservations for dinner ahead of time.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5 …More
Russell From: This hotel was perfect. Great staff, super clean with modern style and comfortable beds. Linen and towels were high quality, restaurant was fabulous. Check in was easy. Safe location near all the good stuff. I’ll be backRooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Michelle Nard: Was there for a working lunch, the food and service was stellar.Service: 5/5 …More
Saad Gasgous: Update 4/2023: this place is consistently good, which is a great thing! I highly recommend it.Haven't stayed overnight but love the apparatus room restaurant and the look and feel of the hotel! Great location and nice ppl for sure!
Elijah Auger: Almost perfect, but two big misses, each worth a whole star according to my scientific calculation.First, what was good: the location is fantastic, the building is absolutely beautiful. One of the best restaurants and cocktail bars in the city shares the building. The rooms are spacious and well outfitted. The bathrooms are gorgeous. The king size bed was extremely comfortable. Blackout curtains, soft sheets, beautiful architectural details, good HVAC. Like I said, this room is almost perfect.So why did it lose two stars:1. the mini fridge had a temperature display that was almost as bright as the sun, which could not be turned off unless you unplug the fridge. Even with the blackout curtains, this room had a bright blue glow all night long, pointed directly at the bed.2. The shower head in the bathroom was among the strangest I've ever seen, and completely unusuable. This thing had a grand total of 9 holes for water to come out, and boyhowdy did the water come out. Very fitting with the firehouse theme, as it felt like I was being sprayed by a firehose. I decided to forgo the shower until I got home later that day.These two issues could probably be solved for under $400 per room, and then this is a pure five star hotel.
Zappa Brannigan: This place is SICK! So comfy! So clean! The room service food was bummy though… 😂
Laura Fiorino: Amazing building and staff!
Ryan Pettey: Can't say enough how impressed we were with this place. They managed the perfect mix between keeping the charm of the old building but adding modern finishes and conveniences.My wife said her Paloma was the best she had. And the brunch in the morning was seriously good. We'll definitely stay there again and we'll absolutely eat there again.Rooms: The room was clean and modern. They added outlets with USB plugs which was a great touchNearby activities: Tons of restaurants, close to all the stadiums, the opera house, the DIA, I'm really you're within a 10 min Lyft of everything downtown.Safety: The area is really safe, anyone who says anything to the contrary hasn't been downtown in probably 15 years.Walkability: easy walk to campus martius, literally across the street from the conference center, a block off not too bad of a walk to the Fox theater, but we took a Lyft which at a prime time right outside the Fox was about 30 bucks.Food & drinks: Food and drinks were crazy good!
E Musgrave: Fab stay! Room was modern and clean. Restaurant was available and decent food. The valets were super quick too.Rooms: 5/5|Service: 5/5|Location: 5/5Hotel highlights Luxury …More
Jonathan Glymph: Great experience staying in the Chairman’s suite!

9. Atheneum Suite Hotel - Detroit

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Address: 1000 Brush St, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 962-2323

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10. Hotel at The Detroit Club - Detroit

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Address: Parking lot, 712 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 338-3222

Business type: Hotel

11. The Henry, Autograph Collection - Dearborn

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Address: Fairlane Plaza, 300 Town Center Dr, Dearborn, MI 48126

Telephone: (313) 441-2000

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12. The Siren Hotel - Detroit

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Address: 1509 Broadway St, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 277-4736

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13. The Westin Southfield Detroit - Southfield

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Address: 1500 Town Center, Southfield, MI 48075

Telephone: (248) 827-4000

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14. Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney - Detroit

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Address: One Park Ave, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (313) 237-1700

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15. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Detroit - Dearborn - Dearborn

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Address: 5801 Southfield Fwy, Detroit, MI 48228

Telephone: (313) 336-3340

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16. The Townsend Hotel - Birmingham

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Address: 100 Townsend St, Birmingham, MI 48009

Telephone: (248) 642-7900

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17. MGM Grand Detroit - Detroit

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Address: 1777 3rd Ave, Detroit, MI 48226

Telephone: (877) 888-2121

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