My stay was simply WoW. Initially I stay for one night and left for the holland and return to same hotel to stay again. It was pleasant stay, front staff is very polite and cooperative, 24 hours coffee/juice were available, enough parking, and location is also good to stay.
"Handicap accessibility may not be quite good enoug"
Everything about the hotel was fine, and the average traveler would be happy. The only problem was that when we made our reservation through Expedia we requested a Handicap accessible room. I called the hotel to be sure they had a roll-in shower and were assured that we had it in our room. I later got a message from Expedia that the hotel could not guarantee an accessible room. I called the hotel again and was told that we had a roll-in shower. When we got there it was a tub with a seat and grab bars, but not roll-in. I think it was just some confusion on the part of the employees that did not know the definitions. I mentioned this to the person at the desk and he promised to let the manager know for the future. Otherwise, the room, breakfast etc were very good for the price.
Me and my husband only stayed two nights but we were greeted when we came through the door the lady was really nice. We checked in really late and she still helped us with all we needed I will stay again at night it was really quite and cozy
Novi, a suburb of nearly 50,000 people 25 miles west of Detroit, is one of Michigan’s fastest growing cities. It is home to Twelve Oaks Mall and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. Another large Detroit suburb, with more than 100,000 residents, is Livonia, 22 miles northwest of the Motor City.