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Detroit Vacations

Music. Automobiles. Lakefront surroundings. You can only find this alluring trifecta of excellence in one place: Detroit, Michigan. Those things are far from the only attractions in “Motor City,” though they should certainly be the starting blocks on your adventure. Beneath the veneer of powerful sports cars and jamming guitars is a city full of history, a deep love of sports, and an art scene that must be experienced to be believed. Don’t wait anymore, traveler. Book one of Travelocity’s vacations in Detroit and let the adventure unfold on your own time.

Detroit Package Deals

Leave no part of your getaway to chance. We offer a variety of package deals to help make your vacation a smooth one, from allowing you to book your flight and hotel together to adding on a car rental on top of that. And you’ll want a car rental to get around the place affectionately known as Motor City. After all, this is the hallowed stomping ground of Ford, Dodge, Chrysler, and many others. Fittingly, it’s also the location of the country’s first “urban depressed freeway,” built to alleviate local congestion in 1942.

Yes, cruising the highways is a time-honored practice here in the Motor City, but driving through Detroit isn’t just rife with symbolism. It’s also the easiest way to get from one attraction to the next. Glide from the Dossin Great Lakes Museum to Fort Wayne, then follow it all up with a trip to the Fillmore Detroit. History, music, and spectacular scenery are all yours.

Where to Stay During Detroit Vacations

We boast a variety of accommodations for the discerning traveler to book, but we’ve selected some of our favorites for you:

  • MotorCity Casino Hotel: We could tell you about the beautifully appointed guest rooms and the sprawling suites. We could make a fuss about Iridescence, the exquisite dining room located inside the hotel. But you’re interested in the casino, aren’t you? Take a spin with Lady Luck and see how you do at slots, poker, or blackjack, among other offerings.
  • Edward Village Michigan: This striking, glass-covered property contains numerous types of rooms, from standard lodging with a King-sized bed to the Grand Suite, which has enough room for the entire family. Wind down your evenings in the Archimedes Bar and Lounge with a drink in your hand and a light appetizer on your plate.
  • Greektown Casino Hotel: Comfortable rooms, skyline views, and a position in the heart of downtown Detroit. Between delicious on-site restaurants and the casino itself (its games include poker and slots), you may not ever want to leave, but if you do venture outside, you’ll find the best of Detroit waiting for you.
  • Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Look out the window: on one side, sweeping city views. On the other, the Detroit River. Enjoy mouth-watering meals at Volt, the on-site restaurant, followed by an invigorating workout in the 40th-floor fitness center. The hotel is located adjacent to the RiverWalk and Ford Field—you’ll never be bored.

Things to Do

Booking a cheap vacation in Detroit means you’ll have plenty of money left over to spend on things like incredible food, souvenirs for family and friends, and visiting other attractions. Stop in at New Center Place to find plenty of goodies at once, or pay a visit to City Bird. This charming gallery offers a number of Detroit-themed artifacts, all of them made by local artists. This is the spot to obtain the perfect gift for the die-hard Detroit aficionado in your family.

Purchasing vacation packages in Detroit, MI don’t mean you can’t venture outside the city limits. Spend a day cruising I-75, pausing for photo ops of Lake Erie. Or go further inland to beautiful Ann Arbor and the Pinckney Recreation Area. There’s no shortage of wonderful outings for the truly determined traveler.

Travelocity understands that this is part of your grand adventure, and you want to see every inch of this sprawling city and its surrounding area. That’s why we include so much in each vacation package in Detroit. Why spend hours toiling online in search of the perfect airfare or hotel when you can bundle them together in one place? Book today. We’ll see you in Motor City tomorrow.

Tours and Activities in Detroit

Whether you're by yourself or going on vacation with your loved ones, traveling's about expanding your horizons, plunging into incredible new adventures and accumulating memories along the way. Ready to go?

Looking for unique ideas for your Detroit travel itinerary? Not a problem — a Small-Group Detroit's Rise, Fall & Renewal Tour or a Small-Group The D You Must See Tour are both awesome choices!

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Detroit?
$228 is all you need to spend for an unforgettable break in Detroit. Bundle your flights and hotel into a vacation package with Travelocity and see your savings grow. With prices as good as these, you’ll want to start packing your bags now!
How long should my Detroit vacation be?
Your Detroit vacation can be as short or as long as you would like it to be, but many travelers stay around 2 nights. Want to head off the beaten path and discover some lesser-known spots? Stay a few more nights and experience another side of this destination.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Detroit?
No matter your adventure, Travelocity can help you get the best Detroit package deal. The only thing you need to do is pick and choose between our 400 airlines and 1,000,000 properties worldwide.
Why should I book my Detroit vacation bundle with Travelocity?
Savings, support and a stress-free booking are just the beginning. Collect lifelong memories and enjoy a fulfilling travel experience knowing you can rely on round-the-clock support. With the Travelocity Price Match Guarantee, you know you’ll always get the best deal available.
Will I save money on my Detroit car rental if I bundle it with hotels and flights?
You sure can — bundle your car, flight and hotel into a Detroit vacation package and you can save loads. With so much to uncover in the Detroit area, having your own ride will more than come in handy. Once you’ve buckled yourself in, turn up the tunes and head toward Geneva State Park, a well-known sight around 110 mi from Detroit.
What is the best time of year to go to Detroit?
March, May and August is peak season here, while December, January and February are more quiet. If your bank balance is your first consideration, try to avoid visiting during as it’s typically the most expensive time. The cheapest month to see this part of the world is .
Which airport is best for Detroit?
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is where many travelers step off the plane. You’ll find it around 17 mi southwest from inner Detroit. Alternatively, check out the deals to Bishop Intl. Airport (FNT), which is 55 mi away from central Detroit.
What is there to do in Detroit?
You’ll sense a particular magic in the air as you wander through the streets of Detroit. Henry Ford Museum and Comerica Park are just a couple of landmarks that make this city so special, so add them to your must-see list.
Where should I stay when visiting Detroit?
The La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Detroit Metro Airport is the first choice of many visitors. Book as soon as possible before it’s too late.

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