Best Western Plus Waterfront Hotel277 Riverside Drive West, Windsor 3.5 out of 5.0
Located in the heart of Windsor, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Detroit Windsor Tunnel, Ambassador Bridge, and University of Windsor. GM Renaissance Center ...
The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in Downtown Detroit, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Campus Martius Park and Joe Louis Arena. Fox Theatre and GM Renaissance Center are ...
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Detroit Downtown - Fort Shelby525 West Lafayette Blvd, Detroit 3.5 out of 5.0
Located in Downtown Detroit, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cobo Center and Joe Louis Arena. Fox Theatre and GM Renaissance Center are also within ...
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Detroit’s dogged, blue-collar determination and underdog attitude are the backbone of the American spirit. The city rose to prominence on the hard work, commitment, and perspiration of the automobile factory worker. And, while the auto industry may have fallen on tough times, the never-say-die perspective of the people never waned. Production lines may have helped build the city, but they don’t define it. Detroit has experienced a Renaissance of sorts, transforming itself into an attractive tourist destination that is full of welcomed diversity, stimulating culture, and engaging attractions. That same working class energy is now on display in the city’s independently owned storefronts, legendary live music venues, charismatic restaurants, and vibrant art scene. Hotels in Detroit invite you to come and get reacquainted with the new Motor City. Enjoy a day at the Riverfront where, on a warm day, the water delivers a calming breeze. Or spend the night being moved by the Motown sound until your brow is sweaty.
Where are the Best Places to Stay in Detroit?
Figuring out where to stay in Detroit is all about knowing what type of neighborhood you want to spend the majority of your time in. You may prefer a bustling urban center, an expansive historical area, a refined upscale zone, or an active waterfront district. No matter your inclination, Travelocity can help you find Detroit hotel deals in neighborhoods like these throughout the city:
Detroit has a very compact, walkable downtown. But, don’t let the size fool you. While it may be small in terms of square miles, it is huge in attractions. Downtown is different than you might expect. Interspersed among the great architecture, massive public art installations, and open parks are world-class theaters, tempting casinos, and cosmopolitan museums. These Detroit hotels are a great place to recharge for tomorrow’s adventure when your eyes get heavy:
- MotorCity Casino Hotel: The car-themed décor lets you know that you are in Detroit. But with all the action at the casino tables, you might think you are in Monte Carlo looking for the tell of your opponent on the other side of the green felt.
- Greektown Casino Hotel: Located just northeast of the downtown hub, Greektown is a thriving entertainment center, the cornerstone of which is this amazing casino hotel with three restaurants, 100,000 square feet of gaming floor, and expansive views of the Detroit River, Lake St. Clair, and Windsor, Ontario.
- Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Not only is this sleek, stylish business hotel right on the Detroit River, it is also close to multiple People Mover stops so you can explore downtown all day and still save some energy for the evening.
The Ford family may have put Dearborn on the map, but now the area is synonymous with history, artistry, culture, and dining.
- Edward Village Michigan: Accommodations like this one punctuate the neighborhood’s distinguished elegance. From the stunning class façade to the grand atrium lobby, the hotel is as much a Dearborn attraction as its neighbor, the Henry Ford Museum.
Explore the neighborhood where you can appreciate a collection of riveting works of art at a local gallery, take a spin through the rolling hills of scenic Hines Drive, and have an amazing Italian dinner that will make you forget how much you love your mom’s spaghetti.
While technically a suburb, the mini neighborhoods in Oakland blend together to create a trendy district offering visitors a taste of the finer things. Enjoy a robust roast of coffee at a sidewalk café, sample a pint or two of a local craft brew, and savor a delectable dish at an eclectic bistro. You’ll find hotels in the area ranging from affordable roadside inns offering little in the way of extravagancies to luxurious accommodation that will pamper you like the distinguished traveler you are. No matter where you stay in Oakland, you’ll be close to a diverse selection of experiences. You could spend a day on the links at a championship golf course, take in a show at an opulent theater, or feel the grass under your toes at a community park. With so much to do here, what are you waiting for, already?
Just around the bend from downtown, where the Detroit River meets Lake St. Clair, you’ll find miles of shoreline that invite you to get out and play…or slow down and relax. No matter the season, there are opportunities to spend your days outdoors. Hotels in Macomb offer more than a comfortable bed to lay your head after a long day exploring the neighborhood. Take your pick from spacious guest rooms with impressive on-site guest services, lavish inns boasting posh decors, and economical lodging with modern conveniences—all within a short walk of the shores of St. Clair. Enjoy a boat ride on the lake, hike along a shaded trail, or take a walking tour of some of Detroit’s historic lakefront homes. You can even challenge a friend to a heated game of bocce at Partridge Creek when you’re ready.
When you use Travelocity to book your vacation to Motown, you’ll find a great selection of cheap hotels in Detroit, dynamic casino resorts downtown, affordable lodging in the outlying areas, and upscale accommodations throughout the city. Here is your opportunity to lose yourself in the future of American cities.