We reserved a queen delux room. The first room we were given was not a delux room, it was dirty, there was food in the abnormally loud refrigerator, only one towel, it wasn't comfortable at all. We requested a room change, the staff was very nice and switched us to a delux queen room. The room was 100 percent better, we still refrained from removing our shoes but that's normal for us. It was peacefully quiet at night, and the rooms were obviously renovated. Granite walls and countertops. Very visually appealing. Also, the TV had a lot of interesting channels, make sure to check that out.
The hotel was great. The room was clean & the hotel staff was very friendly. The continental breakfast was amazing. The location was accessible to the highway & many restaurants. The only issue was there were two lights out in my room & the outlet was not working. Otherwise, a great place to stay for a great price.
I am not sure about the other rooms but the room smelled of smoke. Although smoking is not allowed the prior occupant likely smoked in the room and the smell was still there. Although the air conditioner was running, the smoke smell remained.
Since this was just a one night stay, it was tolerated but will check in earlier to hopefully be able to switch rooms. Otherwise it was ok.
Another Detroit suburb, Southfield is home to nearly 80,000 people. The Southfield Town Center, an office complex with a Westin hotel and a conference center; and the American Center, a high-rise office tower, are found here.