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MotorCity Casino Hotel - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$194

MotorCity Casino Hotel

2901 Grand River Ave, Detroit - Map
 
 
"Beautiful and comfortable hotel!"
My husband and I stayed at Motorcity casino hotel for our anniversary. We were so impressed by the friendliness of the staff, cleanliness of the hotel and by the beautiful rooms! We will definately stay there again!
momof4 from Farmington Hills, MI
MotorCity Casino Hotel offers an entertainment hotspot and base on the edge of downtown Detroit. For concerts, shows, and …More
Greektown Casino Hotel - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Greektown Casino Hotel

1200 Saint Antoine St, Detroit - Map
 
 
"This one is a WOW!"
Greektown was much more than I expected. I'm very picky when it comes to hotels, and this was a GREAT pick.
GreatDetroitTrip from Mansfield, TX, USA
This hotel is located in Detroit (Greektown Historic District), close to Old St. Mary's Church, Ford Field, and GM …More
Atheneum Suite Hotel - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Atheneum Suite Hotel

1000 Brush Avenue, Detroit - Map
 
 
"Great location! Beautiful room!"
The room was huge we were centrally located down town. Close to the people mover that cost 75 cents to ride. Has stops all the major places downtown. Security at all stops. Hotel is close to many resurants. Just a short walk thru the hotel. right next to the greektown casino. The staff was friendly. And helpful. The only thing annoying was when we were leaving we specifically asked they call a taxi with credit card payment. And the cab after the trip said cash only. A minor inconvience. Overall it was a great place to stay i would come back again!!! 
Bluesfan101 from Canada
This business-friendly Detroit hotel is close to Campus Martius Park, the Detroit Opera House, Greektown Casino, and Ford Field.More
MGM Grand Detroit - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

MGM Grand Detroit

1777 3rd Street, Detroit - Map
 
 
"This hotel made me feel very comfortable and taken care of."
Everything is top notch at this hotel. The service is great and the rooms are wonderful. The bed feels like you are sleeping on clouds and the food is delicious.
lovetohavefun
Situated in the city center, this luxury hotel is close to Fillmore Detroit, Fox Theatre, and Joe Louis Arena. Also nearby …More
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center

Renaissance Center -, Detroit - Map
 
 
"So Cool!!!"
I came here 2 weeks ago and I couldn't get enough I will definatly be back in 4 hours!(;
Flipper12121212121 from Alicante, Spain
Located on the riverfront in Detroit's Renaissance Center, this downtown hotel is less than a mile from the COBO Convention …More
Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney

1 Park Avenue, Detroit - Map
 
 
Situated in Detroit, this hotel is close to Detroit Opera House, Fox Theatre, and Ford Field. Also nearby are Comerica Park …More
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit - Detroit Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Westin Book Cadillac Detroit

1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit - Map
 
 
"Smooth stay"
No hassles, room in great condition. I only stayed one night and didn't use any amenities but the fact that my stay was uneventful is a good sign.
elmentecato
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Campus Martius Park, Joe Louis Arena, and Fox Theatre. Also nearby are GM …More
Westin Detroit Metro Airport - Romulus Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Westin Detroit Metro Airport

2501 Worldgateway Pl, Romulus - Map
 
 
"Great airport hotel though not cheap - right in airport so very convenient for layovers."
Just make sure that you eat in airport or shop or do currrency exchange or whatever you want to do before you check in because it is a pain to go out and in - the entrance to the hotel is basically a security checkpoint. However it is only manned when requested. We wanted to go out and get a bite, so the reception desk called for a security officer - which took some time - then they check your passport or id or whatever and write you out a pass. then you go through the metal detector and all that. If your pass is not for the same day that your flight is - ie if you do this in the evening and your flight is the morning of the next day, then you are required to do a full pat down since they don't have a body scan machine there. The hotel has a pool and hot tub - nothing fancy or attractive but functional. The lobby is attractive with a large "fake forest" of trees and a well landscaped restaurant. Rooms are nice but pretty bad view - the terminal building if an outside view although it did seem like some rooms look onto the internal lobby space with restaurant and aforementioned fake forest. You have to pay for internet which is surprising for US 4 star hotel. Tip - the concourse entrance/exit of the hotel which puts you in concourse A if you don't have to check luggage, is convenient when you leave but if you leave first thing in the morning, this entrance only opens around 7:30-7:45 and a large snake line of hotel guests is waiting to get out. Only one security officer and conveyor belt, so leave PLENTY of time to get through security. Don't assume that just because you are in the airport already and in a concourse that you can just breeze out.
FrequentTraveler333 from Florida
This quiet, ultramodern Westin Hotel is located on-site at Detroit Metropolitan Airport with a private entrance into the …More
The Townsend Hotel - Birmingham Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Townsend Hotel

100 Townsend St, Birmingham - Map
 
 
"Great Stay"
Stayed here for one night. Checking in was simple and hassle free. The room was great everything you would expect for a hotel of that caliber. The one down side is paying for parking. There is a parking lot across the street, which for me was cheaper to park in.
AVeryHappyTraveler from Detroit, MI, USA
With 150 rooms, the Townsend Hotel Birmingham/Detroit fits neatly into the suburban Detroit small-town setting of Birmingham …More
adoba ecotel Dearborn/Detroit - Dearborn Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$125

adoba ecotel Dearborn/Detroit

600 Town Center Dr, Dearborn - Map
 
 
"Looks are deceiving"
Looks are deceiving make sure your getting what you pay for. I reserve the executive suite for my birthday & it turn out the room I thought I reserve was a regular room. The room I thought I had turn out to be the green room VIP & they only have 1 
RocStar from Ann Arbor, MI
Shopping is across the street. This hotel is 12 miles from downtown Detroit, where the Detroit Red Wings and Lions play, and …More

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    Detroit, MI Hotel Guide

    Whether you’re traveling to Detroit for business or pleasure, you’ll find a good selection of affordable hotels at the airport, in the downtown sector, out Route 96 toward Farmington Hills, in Southfield, and in Dearborn. Several hotels also worth considering are located across the Detroit River in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

    Most of Detroit’s hotels are large, nationally recognized brand names. Many have casinos featuring gaming tables, nightclubs, and restaurants. A few Detroit-area hotels feature nightclub-type shows and also host concerts and ticketed events. Several feature spas, pools, retail shops, and business centers providing fax, computers, copying machines, and work desks.

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    The Book Cadillac Hotel, built in 1924, is one of the nation’s finest examples of Neo-Renaissance architecture, with sculptural elements adorning the façade and beautiful overall symmetry. With a history that embraces royals, statesmen, presidents, and titans of industry, the Book Cadillac has been restored to its previous grandeur, continuing the tradition of serving you on a trip to Detroit with attentive, well-trained staff, impressive public areas, and comfortable accommodations.

    Also of note in the Detroit area is the GM Renaissance Center’s seven towers, 73 floors, and 5,500,000 square feet of space. Retail and financial centers, health clubs, restaurants, and professional offices accompany the hotel in a glittering skyline addition to the city of Detroit.

    Rates of hotels throughout the Detroit metropolitan area vary according to location, with many downtown hotels at the top of the range. Prices at outlying hotels trend lower, with more basic amenities.

    Hotels in Detroit

    Are you looking to book affordable and elegant hotels in downtown Detroit? Hotels are available online today with Travelocity. Find the best deals regardless of whether you're booking your trip for business or pleasure. Choose your room based on price, customer reviews, star-ranking, and location. Look for the most conveniently located hotels in Detroit based on your itinerary. Are you planning to attend a major conference, have fun at local casinos, or soak in the sights of this famous city? For instance, car enthusiasts can book rooms closer to the Dearborn, Michigan, area, and those looking to take in the local culture could find the perfect room in the Greektown neighborhood in downtown Detroit. Hotels of great quality and price can be found quickly and easily today.

    Must-do in The Motor City

    If you're staying in this fun, funky town, there are plenty of places that shouldn't be missed during your stay. There are many great attractions in the area; travelers just need to journey beyond their hotels. Downtown Detroit houses the beautiful Detroit Riverfront, which is the perfect place to promenade. Check out any of the local events happening on the Riverfront in the summertime. A short ferry ride away is the Belle Isle Conservancy, which houses a park, zoo, museum, conservatory, beach, aquarium, and much more. It's definitely worth the trip, especially for traveling families and kids. Also on the Detroit River is the Detroit Princess Riverboat, a gorgeous 4-deck steamboat which offers fun dinner and lunch cruises every weekend. There's surely something for everyone in Detroit. Car enthusiasts would love The Ford Rouge Factory Tour, for example, and there are plenty of great museums in the area for those who love the history of car-building. On the other hand, history-lovers would also love a visit to the beautiful facility of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Sports fans can find lions, and tigers, and red wings - oh my! Go see the Detroit Tigers baseball team at Comercia Park, the Detroit Lions football team at Ford Field, or the Red Wings hockey team at Joe Louis Arena. If you want to find great sites and just walk through a beautiful neighborhood, take a walking tour of the both classic and modern mansions of Palmer Woods and Sherwood Forest. Also, check out the gorgeous Guardian Building - it's the perfect place for a great selfie.

    The Rich Arts Scene of Detroit

    While you're staying at hotels in Detroit, venture out to explore the rich cultural landmarks of the area. It's true that Detroit has had some hard times in the past, but journey out and you'll find that artistic expression thrives in adversity. View some of that artistic expression first hand while checking out The Heidelberg Project. It's an incredible art and design experience in the heart of an urban community, creating a unique style with an uplifting edge. For a more classical artistic experience, journey to a must-see attraction in Detroit: the Detroit Institute of Arts. The gallery houses an incredible collection of works from around the globe as well as classes, lectures, and free live music concerts during Friday Night Live events. Music is centrally important to the culture of the area. Attend an enriching show produced by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra or attend a brilliant performance at the captivating and beautiful Detroit Opera House. Treasure the legacy of local music when you visit the Motown Museum (also known as Hitsville U.S.A.), which features the legacy of great artists like Marvin Gaye, Jackson 5, the Temptations, and many more. Besides fine arts and excellent music, the city also houses local films, books, and stage productions. If you have a love of the written word, browse John K. King Used & Rare Books. If you love the big screen, see a classic film at the MCTOS Redford Theatre.

    Good Eats

    Soak in the cuisine and take a bite out of the food scene in Detroit. The city houses both luxurious high-end restaurants and classic, much-loved, American dives. Visit local restaurants and do as the locals do in Detroit. Have a chili hot dog at Lafayette Coney Island, sliders at Green Dot Stables, or a triple threat sandwich at Slows Bar-Bq. If you're staying downtown, visit one of the many local restaurants in Greektown, a lively section of Detroit that houses casinos, bars, and a great deal of excellent local food. Check out Astoria Pastry Shop for a sweet treat. If you're a beer enthusiast, know that the Motor City houses many great local breweries, pubs, and taverns for your tasting pleasure. Check out Motor City Brewing Works or The Detroit Beer Company. For a high-end night out, dine at Roast, Small Plates, or Iridescence. If you're a food lover, then you must discover the Detroit Eastern Market, which houses more than 250 independent vendors. The market houses everything from flowers to homemade jams to grass-fed beef.

    When to Visit

    The Detroit area is a great place to visit no matter the time of the year. Even in mid-winter, you can find excellent events like the North American International Auto Show in January. However, due to the optimal weather in the summer months, plan on visiting between May and August should you want to explore this city's parks and outdoor events, like the Detroit Jazz Festival on Labor Day Weekend, or the River Days in June. Fall is crisp and colorful in the Great Lakes region. Detroit is a great location for enjoying both urban and forest views in autumn. Spring is an off season for tourism with many different weather possibilities. Snow is frequent in the wintertime, so keep that in mind when looking to travel to the Detroit airport. Hotels can be found at any time of the year, and you can find cheap deals online with Travelocity. Explore the rich culture of the city today. Note that Travelocity also offers vacation packages, which can bundle a hotel stay, flight, and car rental into one low price. Find the best deals online and enjoy your stay in Detroit!

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