This hotel was amazing! The staff were very welcoming throughout my stay and said hello and asked if we liked our stay so far. The casino is huge! Very nice in the casino, my only complaint is the ventilation is not that great and the smoke smell is pretty bad, if you are a non smoker like myself. They have a limited area of non smoking for slot machines so you would have to go to the smoking area. Other than that, a lot of great restaurants to eat at in the hotel with reasonable prices, a diner that is open 24 hours as well as a burger joint.
Traveller from Canada
This downtown Detroit casino and hotel is within a mile of Ford Field, the Fox Theatre, Joe Louis Arena, and Comerica …More
I expect the room to be more cleaner especially the carpet and bed skirt. My wife and I were comfortable on the luxury king bed, we slept good in all of our 3 nights stay. Bathroom is big and clean with a nice shower but I don't see myself using the phone next to the commode. On our 2nd day I find it strange when suddenly one of the housekeeping staff open the door while were taking our afternoon, she suddenly walked in and to her surprised that we were in the room.
This hotel in downtown Detroit, Michigan has 400 guestrooms and is within a mile of Comerica Park, Ford Field, and Fox …More
The location was great. It was our first time staying in Detroit. We had no issues walking around at night in the area. The staff was nice and courteous. The free breakfast in the morning was better than we expected. We enjoyed our stay. Room was average and was what we were expecting. My friends used the gym which they said was acceptable as well.
Stayed for four nights. The hotel was wonderful, mainly geared for business people, but beautiful and comfortable. Valets and front desk are ready to help you. Rooms are modern and clean. I am from Detroit originally, and it was great to stay downtown with everything so close. Detroit is definitely coming back. I hope that it being bought by Marriot doesn't change it much. Ok here are some cons: Housekeeping was super weird. They would make the bed and leave more towels but wouldn't take used towels or empty any trash in the room. Never left clean glasses and the room service tray stayed outside our room for 2 days until I called. I threw away a pair of sneakers, left them in the room when we left, and they called me to tell me. They seemed put out that I had left them and told me that they could probably donate them. They were meant to be trash, but they are weird about trash, as you can see. They do not offer any breakfast or coffee and the wifi was not free. But, overall, I recommend this hotel for a real Detroit experience. Valets were great!
Detroit’s metro area is home to nearly six million people. Downtown Detroit has undergone extensive urban renewal in the last 15 years. The 982-acre Belle Isle Park is a popular destination. Sports are big in the Motor City. The Detroit Tigers play baseball at Comerica Park, the Detroit Lions (football) are at Ford Field, and the Detroit Red Wings (hockey) are at Joe Louis Arena.