The convenience to the downtown area and the included parking were features that worked well. Specifically Carmella, at the front desk, was extremely friendly and helpful during our 5 day stay.
We’ve stayed here a few times before and always enjoy the service and spaciousness! The location is perfect and every person we had contact with was warm and super accommodating 😊
looked clean on the outside. Needed more eating places close by.
Great location. King bed is very comfortable. Clean room. No coffee maker but we brought a hot plate and espresso pot. Did not visit candy bar .. too crowded. Guaranteed check in for 3 pm. We extended check out until 12 noon. I would stay here again.
The building itself was unique what they've done to it I'm going just playing thing was that there is no breakfast there is it in the mornings like that in restaurant was in food is good but really overpriced
The room was the perfect size, cozy, crisp, clean, and anything I needed was available within the complex: emergency needs, CVS; food & drink: fine dining, bars, fast food, and ice-cream on the river front walk.
Overall good experience. No issues. Friendly staff!
We enjoyed our stay here. Rooms were spacious, updated and clean as well as the property as a whole. Walking distance to most sports arenas
Very unique building, we enjoyed the atmosphere as well.
Downtown Detroit is a metropolitan neighborhood known for its ample dining options and sporting events. Here you'll find plenty to visit, including Comerica Park, Fox Theatre, and Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History. With 27 hotels and other accommodations, Downtown Detroit is a good starting point for exploring the greater Detroit area.
You’ll find lots of hotels and other lodging options in Downtown Detroit, and our guests note these as some of their favorite places to stay:
Browse the collections at Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History, Detroit Institute of Arts, or Motown Historical Museum in Downtown Detroit. Comerica Park and Fox Theatre are a also couple of sights to visit when you're in the neighborhood.
If you want to see more of the city, Grand Circus Park Station is the closest metro stop. Others nearby include Broadway Station and Times Square Station. If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at Detroit Station.
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