This is a clean, no-frills hotel with a nice staff. Breakfast is in a sack, but the rooms are decent, with fridge, microwave and safe. There is also a nice desk area (at least in the rooms with a king sized bed). My room was on the end near M24, but it wasn't as noisy as I thought it might be. If you want something posh where you'll be pampered, don't stay here. If you're looking for a cheap place where you can get a decent night's sleep, this is the place.
We had a family emergency in town and your staff accommodated our request to have all of our family members on the same floor which we really appreciated. They were very helpful directing us where to find assistance for our loved one.
"Nice hotel, great restaurant, very polite personne"
one night stay - arrived late - left early in the morning. We very accommodating when checking in we asked for a room with two double beds instead of one king. Not our first time at the Henry, you can get any better!
"Great location but restaurant was disappointing "
My room looked tired and was the furnishings were shabby. In addition, the room was too noisy due to its proximity to an equipment room. Bed was not comfortable. Dinner in restaurant was terrible. Finding parking was also very difficult. The bright spot was the staff. They were very professional and cordial. I would not stay there again.
This suburb of Detroit is home to Michigan’s leading tourist attraction, The Henry Ford, a large indoor-outdoor American history museum and entertainment complex named after the famous car manufacturer and inventor of the same name. One-third of Dearborn residents are Arab-Americans. The Islamic Center of America is here, as is the largest mosque in North America–the Dearborn Mosque.