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Detroit Michigan Accommodations

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The Detroit center is approximately the area of River Rouge and the area of Hamtramck.

Welcome to the Motor City! Detroit is known for its car manufacturing and Motown. This vibrant city has a long history beginning in 1701 when it was first founded by Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac. With a fort and settlers in place, Detroit began its journey to become the city it is today. More from this guide...

"I would stay in Greektown close to Ford Field"
Author: , a Hotel Planner from , reviewed on 01-Nov-2013
Score of City:
5.0 / 5

Detroit is a city that has recently caught a bad rap in the media but if you know where to go, it can be a great experience. I would stay in Greektown close to Ford Field, Comerica Park, the Fox Theatre, and the Greektown Casino. You should be careful at night, don't wonder too far from Greektown but as long as you stay in that area you are safe. There are tons of restaurants ranging from upscale to your hole in the wall pub. Check the schedule for Saint Andrews Hall for a small, unique rock venue or the Detroit Symphony Orchestra if you like classical. I recommend visiting in the summer because there are tons of music, art, and food festivals going on the river front as well as the Woodward Dream Cruise in August where over 1,000,000 classic cars come to the area to cruise Woodward Ave.

Detroit Hotels & Accommodations

Detroit Foundation Hotel in Detroit 250 West Larned St., Detroit, MI 48226
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has a green policy See policy
Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront in Detroit 2 Washington Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 19 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Most guests criticized the small bathroom
  • Moderately clean hotel facilities
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Courtyard Detroit Downtown 333 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
  • At the Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Downtown, you’ll be in the center of all the action. It’s an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers, as it has comfortable accommodations and plenty of meeting space. All guest rooms at Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Downtown offer a spacious desk with ergonomic chair, plush bedding, an iron with ironing board, hair dryer, and climate control. You’ll also be a short walk from the GM Renaissance Center, Joe Louis Arena, and the Moross House.
  • Three Star hotel
  • 6 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Most guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Conventional furniture
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Downtown Detroit 1020 Washington Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
  • Located in the center of Detroit, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites is the perfect choice for your time in the city. The hotel is within walking distance of Campus Maritus Park, the Fox Theater Building, the Detroit Opera House, and Joe Louis Arena. All guest rooms offer cable television with premium channels, wireless Internet access, free local calls, a hair dryer, coffee and tea maker, and an iron with ironing board. When it’s time for entertainment, be sure to check out the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites’ indoor pool and fitness facilities.
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • 241 rooms in property
  • Rooms are ok
  • Most guests thought it was too noisy
Atheneum Suite Hotel 1000 Brush Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • 174 sleeping rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit 1114 Washington Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
  • Located in the city’s business and entertainment district, the Westin Book Cadillac Detroit boasts comfortable guest rooms and a wealth of amenities. Enjoy an indoor pool, spa tub, health club, fitness facility, and business center. And, when it’s time to relax, you’ll find your guest room at the Westin Book Cadillac Detroit extremely comfortable with amenities like plush bedding, a flat-panel television with premium channels, a multi-line phone with voicemail, a clock radio with iPod docking station, coffee maker, and bathrobes.
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • 13 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Breakfast is average
  • About half of guests thought the management was tolerable
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Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center - Detroit Renaissance Center, Detroit, MI 48243
  • Located in the heart of the city’s business and entertainment district, the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center boasts ample meeting space and comfortable accommodations for your stay in the city. All guest rooms feature beautiful views of the surrounding area, a spacious desk with ergonomic chair, a dual-line telephone with voicemail, and a coffee- and tea maker. In your free time, be sure to check out Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center’s 24-hour health club, which offers cardiovascular exercise equipment, a sauna, and a steam room.
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 70 floors
Doubletree Guest Suites Detroit Downtown in Detroit
525 West Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48226
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • 196 suites in property
  • Not even a continental breakfast
  • Fantastic service
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Hilton Garden Inn Detroit 351 Gratiot, Detroit, MI 48226
  • The three-star Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Downtown is located in the heart of the city, minutes from top attractions like the Detroit Opera House, Campus Maritus Park, Comerica Park, The Fox Theater, and the Detroit Institute of Arts. All guest rooms offer premium bedding, cable television with pay-per-view movies, a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. The Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Downtown also boasts an indoor pool, casino, health club, and a business center with high-speed Internet access. When it’s time to relax, be sure to check out the lobby that offers comfortable furniture and a cozy fireplace.
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • 3 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Clean hotel facilities
  • Bathroom could be optimized
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Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney 1 Park Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • 3 conference rooms in property
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Greektown Casino Hotel 1200 Saint Antoine St., Detroit, MI 48226
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • 10 meeting rooms in property
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MGM Grand Detroit 1777 3rd St., Detroit, MI 48226
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Nice building
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Rivertown Inn & Suites : 1316 East Jefferson 1316 East Jefferson, Detroit, MI 48207
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • 54 rooms in hotel
Best Western Plus Waterfront Hotel 277 Riverside Dr. West, Windsor, ON N9A5K4 ~0.79 miles south of Detroit
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Fitness + Health Center
Travelodge Windsor : 33 Riverside Dr. East 33 Riverside Dr. East, Windsor, ON N9A2S4 ~0.81 miles southeast of Detroit
  • Inexpensive Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 10 floors
Windsor Riverside Inn 333 Riverside Dr. West, Windsor, ON N9A5K4 ~0.84 miles south of Detroit
  • Mid-scale Riverfront hotel
  • 207 rooms in property
  • The majority of guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Good service
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Inn at 97 Winder 97 Winder St., Detroit, MI 48201
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • 2 conference rooms in property
Caesars Windsor : 377 Riverside Dr. Eastq 377 Riverside Dr. Eastq, Windsor, ON N9A7H7 ~0.88 miles southeast of Detroit
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • 758 rooms in hotel
  • Clean beautiful bathrooms
  • Most guests found problems with the furniture
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Quality Suites 250 Dougall Ave., Windsor, ON N9A7C6 ~0.92 miles south of Detroit
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • Check in: 1:00PM
  • Great reception
  • The majority of guests said the view was so-so
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Holiday Inn Downtown Windsor 430 Ouellette Ave., Windsor, ON N9A1B2 ~1.06 miles southeast of Detroit
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • 144 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Professional service
  • Beds need improvement
Detroit Regency Hotel - Detroit 1999 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48207
  • Two star Downtown property
  • 3 floors in property
  • For 77%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard
  • Internet access is incredibly slow
Motorcity Casino Hotel in Detroit 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
  • The MotorCity Casino Hotel is one of the few AAA Four-Diamond hotels in the city. It was renovated in 2007 and now features 400 guest rooms, 33 suites, and plenty of amenities. During your stay, visit the on-site casino or 8,000 square foot fitness center that features large steam rooms, dry saunas, cardio equipment, and free weights. All guest rooms at the MotorCity Casino Hotel boast Zebrawood furniture, marble bathrooms, a soaking tub, and rain showerhead. There are also several business services including free local calls, wireless Internet access, and printing services.
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • 17 floors in property
  • Almost all guests said the reception staff was ok
  • Almost all guests thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average
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Quality Inn & Suites Downtown 675 Goyeau St., Windsor, ON N9A1H3 ~1.29 miles southeast of Detroit
  • Cheap Downtown property
  • Check in time: 15:00
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Comfort Suites Downtown - Windsor 500 Tuscarora Rd., Windsor, ON N9A3M2 ~1.31 miles southeast of Detroit
  • Economy Downtown hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
  • The majority of guests thought the facilities needed updating
  • Excellent value
Roberts Riverwalk Hotel 1000 Riverplace Dr., Detroit, MI 48207
  • Peacefully nestled along the river, the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel is perfect for both business and leisure travelers, as it offers comfortable accommodations paired with plenty of meeting space and business services. All guest rooms offer cable television with premium channels, a coffee maker, voicemail, iron with ironing board, and plush bedding. The Roberts Riverwalk Hotel is also home to a health club and fitness facility, a recreation room with billiards and a pool table, and a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Read more
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 95%
  • For 78%, the rooms looked old
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In 1802, Detroit was an incorporated village and not until 1815 did it change its status from village to city. It held the position as state capital from 1837 to 1847.

The cities emergence as the major site for car manufacturing came about due to its convenient location to railroad transportation that made it easier to ship and receive materials and finished products.

Detroit has also been associated with the "Motown Sound" that erupted in the city during the 1960s with the smooth sounds of soul music. The company remained in Detroit until 1972. History lives on as the company is now part of the Capitol Music Group located in the historic Capital Records Tower in Los Angeles.

When to Visit Detroit, MI

Detroit can easily be a year-round destination for those who enjoy summer heat, the cooler temperatures of spring and fall, or snow activities during the winter. The high season runs from May to September with the summer months being the busiest. Temperatures during this time can reach the low 80s making this an ideal time for outdoor activities. October to February is the low season with fewer crowds and temperatures in the 40s to 60s. For snow enthusiasts, winters are cold with temperatures in the 20s and 30s.

During special events, holidays, festivals, and sporting events scheduled throughout the year, expect crowds and higher rates. Summer is the busiest season because of the warm weather and school break. Fall and winter do not attract heavy crowds. Spring usually brings fewer visitors but the weather is relatively mild, which makes it a good time to visit.

Overall, Detroit receives an average of 183 days of sunshine and 126 days of precipitation each year. Rain averages 30 inches per year and snowfall can average 33 inches, which is above the average of 25 inches received annually in U.S. cities. The comfort index for humidity is higher than the U.S. average.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Detroit, MI:

seasonality of hotel rates in Detroit

Detroit by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts demonstrating mean nightly cost trends by star rating class in Detroit, MI. You can use these illustrations to determine the most cost effective dates to stay in Detroit for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Detroit, MI

4 Star Average Prices: $119.33

The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit is a piece of history. After being fully restored, the historic 1924 hotel exudes its original ambiance and elegance. Located in downtown Detroit, the Renaissance designed hotel provides business and leisure guests the lap of luxury in an exceptionally decorated room or suite. The pet friendly hotel features valet parking, complimentary Wi-Fi for SPG members, indoor pool, fitness studio, and whirlpool. Connect with friends at the Westin Executive Club Lounge, and enjoy a delightful meal at one of the five hotel eateries. The hotel provides a 24-hour business center and 30,000 square feet of event space. Groups enjoy a 47.3 percent savings at the 10.0/10 rated hotel.

Enjoy the pure luxury given to guests at Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney. Located on Park Avenue, the downtown hotel resides within the David Whitney Building. The People Mover is just steps away providing easy access to all that Detroit has to offer business and leisure guests. The pet-friendly hotel offers a choice of beautifully decorated guest rooms and suites that turn travel time into relaxation time. Sleep on a platform bed, luxuriate under a rainforest shower, enjoy the 43” LED TV with cable, sip a freshly brewed cup of coffee, or fix a snack in the microwave. A refrigerator, in-room safe, and magazines add to your pleasure. The 100 percent smoke free hotel is pet friendly.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Detroit

Affordable Hotel Options in Detroit, MI

3 Star Average Prices: $89.82

Courtyard Detroit Downtown puts you in the heart of the city where attractions, sporting venues, parks, and the riverfront are just steps away. If your plans include spending the day sightseeing or taking in the nightlife, the People Mover is located on-site. Guest rooms have been renovated and offer a large living space, extra plush bedding, and flat-screen TV. Complimentary Wi-Fi connects you to friends and family and the hotel's restaurant connects your palate with delicious menus for breakfast and dinner. Relaxation time is always a plus and at the Courtyard Detroit Downtown, you have a choice of an invigorating swim at the indoor pool or a complete workout at the fitness center.

Detroit Regency Hotel has convenience and comfort at your fingertips. Many attractions and businesses are just minutes away including the Renaissance Center, Joe Louis Arena, and the Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center. Less than two miles away, please your palate at the many restaurants in Greektown or go shopping or try your luck at the casino. Guests have access to free shuttle service to locations within 3 miles of the hotel. Rooms offer a relaxing respite with microwaves, refrigerators, and whirlpool bathtubs available in select rooms. Enjoy free wireless internet and a satisfying deluxe continental breakfast each morning. For a refreshing libation, visit the bar in the lobby.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Detroit

2 Star Average Prices: $63.57

2 Star Hotel Prices in Detroit

Where are the real discounts in Detroit

MGM Grand Detroit is just that — grand on all levels of guest satisfaction. Everything you need for an all-in-one vacation is at MGM. Luxury rooms and executive suites. Restaurants are at the ready to please the most discerning palate at multiple restaurants and the IMMERSE Spa provides an oasis of sensory experiences. Entertainment is non-stop in the bars and lounges with live music and dancing. Test your luck level at the casino with table games, poker room, video poker machines, and close to 4000 slot machines. For snacks and necessities, the Sundry Store has what you need. Groups staying at the MGM Grand rate the hotel's group score at 9.2/10 with a 50 percent average group savings.

Renovated in 2015, the Doubletree by Hilton Detroit — Dearborn is ideally located and within minutes of Detroit and Dearborn. Guest satisfaction is the focus, beginning with a tasty cookie upon arrival. Your guest room is comfortable with signature bedding for a good night's sleep and complimentary Wi-Fi. Suites provide a separate living area and include a wet bar, two TVs, refrigerator, and jetted tubs in some suites. The hotel provides a full service restaurant, lounge, fitness center, and indoor pool. Complimentary shuttle service is available. The hotel features a business center, 16 meeting rooms, and audio-visual equipment. The hotel has 16 meeting rooms and had a rating of 7.5/10 for groups and meetings.

Best Value Options in Detroit, MI

The Atheneum Suite Hotel is newly renovated to bring the best in comfort, class, and convenience to its guests. Guest rooms, studios, and suites are detailed with modern furnishings with a Greek theme amid soft cream walls and deep rich fabrics and accessories. King or queen beds, marble baths, plush sofas, whirlpools, and separate living and dining areas are just a few of your choices in room accommodations. Located in Greektown, you're just minutes from assorted restaurants, entertainment, the theater district, sports venues, and the Greektown casino. The Detroit People Mover is adjacent to the hotel providing easy access to area locations. The hotel also provides shuttle service within 5 miles of the hotel.

Make a day, or night, of it at Greektown Casino Hotel where good times blend with comfort guest satisfaction 24 hours a day. Select from a spacious deluxe guest room or a luxury, executive, or corner suite featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Detroit skyline. Recline on a pillowtop mattress, watch programs on the 42-inch plasma TV, and stay connected around the clock with complimentary Wi-Fi. Refined dining is on the menu at one of the hotel's savory restaurants, as well as specialty cocktails at the bar, or freshly brewed coffee in the lobby. Enjoy round the clock gaming action in the casino with table games, live games, and slots.

Things to Do in Detroit, MI

Detroit attractions can keep you busy from morning until night from theater performances to pulling the lever on a slot machine.

Cultural enthusiasts will enjoy the Cobo Exhibit Hall for concerts and events, the Detroit Institute of the Arts and performances at the Detroit Opera House, Fillmore Theatre, and Fox Theatre.

Sports and events are a big part of Detroit and the city has the venues to prove it. Catch the action at the Joe Louis Arena, Ford Field, Tiger Stadium, Comerica Park, and the Michigan State Fairgrounds.

Take a walk through music history at the Motown Museum and for a look at Detroit's history, a visit to the Detroit Historical Museum provides information and interactive exhibits. The Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History has over 35,000 artifacts.

Everyone will be entertained at the Michigan Science Center, the Detroit Zoo. and the Gilmore Car Museum featuring a vintage car collection.

With more than a few things to keep you busy, Detroit is a destination that promises good times, good food, and good entertainment. With an abundance of quality hotels to choose from, a visit to Detroit means a relaxing vacation or business trip with accommodations that take care of all your needs.

Francis Ford Coppola The famed director of the brilliant and macabre 'Bram Stoker's Dracula' once said: 'Art depends on luck and talent.'

And the artist works and creatives that make up the population of the Motor city otherwise known as Detroit have talent and luck in spades. The town has garnered a lot of attention lately as a place that has become popular with hipsters and the open-minded and even the hotels in Detroit have started to take on shade so f this creativity. Detroit is one of the best examples of an urban zone and as such it is crisscrossed with examples of art and public transit that will draw in any traveler.

Cheap Enough for Detroit

As a large and established city, there is no shortage age of cheap hotel within the city center of Detroit to choose from. If you are looking to save a bit of coin then try the Shorecrest Motor Inn. Like much of the city, this hotel is themed around cars and also family owned and still respectably priced. This hotel is located in the Rivertown and only a few blocks from the Detroit River boardwalk. Each room offers up free Wi-Fi, coffee machines, cable TV, and mini-fridges. Another option for folks searching for cheap hotels is the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Windsor (Ambassador Bridge). Don't let the expensive looking name fool you this hotel is modestly priced and offers up some fair amenities. The hotel offers flat-screen TVs, desks, mini-fridges, premium cable channels and desks.

Motor City Luxury

Those looking for more expensive hotels in Detroit will have a lot of options on hand. One of the most popular luxury hotels is the MGM Grand Detroit. This is basically like a staying in Vegas with a massive Casino hotel being where you choose to lay your head and providing you all the amenities that come with it. Those amenities include 42-inch flat screen TVs, a TV in the bathroom 2-person showers, whirlpool tubs and much more. Another option for those looking for Detroit hotels is the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. This is another Casino themed hotel that offers some familiar amenities like flat-screen TVs, modern rooms, Wi-Fi and more.

The Art of Detroit 

Though it might seem like any other city in the US, there are some truly exceptional examples of art that is specific to Detroit all over the city and many of them are not too far from most mainstream Detroit hotels. One place people should visit is the Detroit Institute of Arts. This is not a museum it is an evergreen art exhibition showcasing the work of local remarkable artists filled with painting sculpture and installations. The collections are always being updated and have impressed a lot of critics. Another destination is Comerica Park. This is more of a cultural and excursion about the art of sport than anything else. There are few better ways to understand Detroit than a visit to the baseball park. 

Recent traveler guest reviews of Detroit, MI

Below are reviews of the city of Detroit, MI from an actual visitor's perspective.

Score 4.0 / 5

Greektown Casino is great. There is lots to see and do.

Ramonica A., from 10-Dec-2016
"Historic Detroit"
Score 4.0 / 5

We really enjoyed the Hitsvill U.S.A Museum of Motown.

Jesse W., from 24-Oct-2016
"Nice City"
Score 4.0 / 5

I live here so I am already familiar with the revival of the city!

Deborah L E., from 27-Jul-2016
"Very Cool Place for Groups"
Score 5.0 / 5

Detroit is a happening place; we knew that when we picked it for our group visit, but it was better than we dreamed.

John P., from 02-Jul-2016
"Really Cool and Fun"
Score 4.0 / 5

DIA and the Motown Museum are some of my "must-sees".

Josephine B., from 17-Jun-2016
"Tough City Not To Like"
Score 4.0 / 5

Detroit is a tough city not to like. It's the Midwest, but it is a real city with a respectful history worthy of discovery.Michigan roads are among the worst I have ever seen. Only Africa has more potholes, but then... those really aren't roads in the developed world sense.

James S., from 01-Apr-2016
"Always A Pleasure"
Score 5.0 / 5

It's Home. Whether you're a tourist or a local Detroit has endless fun and entertainment to go around.

Anthony L. W., from 28-Dec-2015
"A Process of Discovery"
Score 4.0 / 5

There are pockets of revitalization throughout Detroit that make exploring the city a process of discovery. From the grandeur of Art Deco buildings from the early 20th century (Guardian and Fischer buildings) to the resurgence of cultural hot spots like Eastern Market, Mexicantown and Midtown, the city is a chronicle of the best and worst of American culture.

Ryan G., from 07-Oct-2015
"Home Away from Home "
Score 4.0 / 5

Detroit reminded me very much of home. My experience was great and the people were very friendly.

Richard M., from 15-Dec-2014
Score 4.0 / 5

Downtown Detroit is nice. It's clean, has a vibrant night life and folks are friendly.

Jacob K., from 14-Jun-2014
"Beautiful and Lovely"
Score 4.0 / 5

The river walk is lovely, the city is clean and beautiful. Excellent dinning experience every time at the Hudson Cafe. Shopping along Woodward Ave was delightful and delicious speciality coffee shops could be found around every corner. Detroit is a beautiful city home to wonderful and welcoming people.

Lani H., from 04-Jun-2014
"Museum Recommendation"
Score 5.0 / 5

African American Museum was good.

Tahanieesha B., from 15-Feb-2014
"Detroit was wonderful!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Awesome dinner at the Parthenon and dessert at the bakery across the street in Greektown after shopping at the sports store. We got to walk along the Thanksgiving day parade on our way to the Lions game at Ford field. And had a great meal at Sweetwater tavern. Always a great treat.

Lisa D., from 30-Nov-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Detroit, MI shown above is 4.3 out of 5 based on 14 reviews
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