I came here for a dance competition. The hotel where the competition occurred was pricey. I stayed here before and it's a good room for the price.
I did not feel welcomed. There was not coffee maker in the room. No cups, nothing. The kitchen was totally useless. You had to go back downstairs and tell the clerk what you needed. Which I understand for health reasons. But they could at least have paper cups so I could get a drink of water and even cheap hotels have a coffee maker.
Traveller from Auburn Hills, Mi
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Beautiful old hotel. The room was not as clean as I thought it should be. We could not adjust thermostat in the room, 65 degrees was a little chilly for us. Called front desk, they offered a portable heater, and advised that we were caller number 3 to complain about room temperature. Since this old hotel runs on 2 pipe boiler system, they would switch over to heat after 4 or 5 people called about room temps. Also, this hotel is on Ford Motor Company property, surrounded by nothing but Ford buildings. The hotel grounds are lovely, but nothing around it if you wanted to walk after dinner. A shuttle can take you to the nearby Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, but it's only a 10 minute walk. Both attractions close at 5pm.
This hotel was exactly what we were looking for on a quick two day trip to Greenfield Village and The Henry Ford museum. It is very close, about a mile, to the Village and their free shuttle bus service was very convenient. The desk clerk was very accommodating in telling us about the shuttle as well as selling us two day tickets which saved us about $15. The nice facility and pleasant staff made it a very enjoyable trip.
Great staff! Nice kitchen in room and we took advantage of it. Liked the well lite area near the relaxing, well maintained pool. Plan to stay there again in two weeks and we will further investigate the fireplace setting.
Paying $115/night for a hotel in the Detroit area, is CHEAP. For the price, the hotel is nice. Rooms were clean and comfortable. As far as the rooms go, the only issue was the air conditioning that was out of the 60's. Our room was HOT even with the air blasting. Staff was friendly for the most part.
The best part was their continental breakfast. They had the usual bagels, cereal, muffins, yogurt. But also had biscuits, eggs, sausage, cinnamon rolls...that was a plus for us!
It was pleasure stay.... overall very nice experience, would stay again..
just one thing was not up to par was the WiFI... it was extremely slow and it was very difficult for me to work at night.. other then that it was a good trip..
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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.