Detroit Hotels

The majority of the city’s hotels are based in the downtown district, close to the riverfront and the main entertainment and dining options.

The hotels below have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Expensive (Over US$200)
Moderate (Over US$100)
Cheap (under US$100)
These prices are per double room per night, and include all taxes. Breakfast is usually included in the price, unless otherwise stated.

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Townsend Hotel

+1 248 642 7900.

This trendy hotel located in the leafy Birmingham area of Detroit is perfect for star spotting. Celebrities like Paul McCartney have booked lavish suites at the hotel when in town, and many other performers choose the European-style elegance of the Townsend for their stay. The award-winning Rugby Grille restaurant serves contemporary American and European cuisine as well as afternoon tea.

The Inn on Ferry Street

+1 313 871 6000.

This hotel brings together four separate buildings, each dating back to the 19th century. It’s essentially a bed and breakfast complex, with individually decorated rooms and comfy lounges with real fireplaces. The hotel also offers its guests a complimentary shuttle service within a 9km (5.6 miles) radius, though you’re within walking distance of many attractions.

84 East Ferry Street, 48202, Detroit, United States

The Atheneum Suite Hotel Detroit

+1 313 962 2323

This grand property’s location in Greektown is not taken lightly in terms of interior décor: you will find Greek revival touches and portraits of Greek mythology throughout. As the name suggests, the hotel offers suites only, and the 174 rooms have marble baths and the usual modern conveniences. There is no restaurant, but the hotel is situated close to a wide choice of eateries.

Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center

+1 313 568 8000.

Soaring 73 floors above the Detroit River, this is Metro Detroit's largest hotel: it has no fewer than 1,298 guest rooms luxuriously appointed for both business and leisure travel. The hotel's location in the GM Renaissance Center means that guests have easy access to a variety of shops, restaurants and services. Guests dining at the hotel's American restaurant Volt have great views of the Detroit River and Windsor.

Hotel St. Regis

+1 313 873 3000

Just a few blocks from the Amtrak station, this hotel located conveniently close to the Motown Museum and downtown Detroit offers comfortable rooms in classy accommodations. St. Regis is a landmark among hotels, having housed such remarkable travelers as Martin Luther King and Mick Jagger. Their on-site restaurant, La Musique, hosts entertainment and cocktails weekly, and many lovers choose this building for their private weddings.

3071 West Grand Boulevard, 48202, Detroit, United States

Dearborn Inn

+1 313 271 2700

Opened in 1931, this is actually the world’s first airport hotel, and though that specific airport has long since gone, the hotel retains a certain cachet. The Georgian building enjoys a plum location within 9 hectares (23 acres) of landscaped gardens, and feels like an oasis and an escape from the urban clamour. The hotel has two restaurants and a pool.

20301 Oakwood Boulevard, 48124, Detroit, United States

Doubletree Hotel Dearborn

+1 313 336 3340.

Conveniently located off the Southfield Expressway, near the Detroit Metro Airport, this business hotel has plenty of features to assist business travellers, such as Wi-Fi access and a 24-hour business centre. There are indoor and outdoor pools and an executive fitness centre at the hotel, as well as a restaurant and a meeting and banquet space.

Holiday Inn Detroit Downtown

+1 313 887 7000.

As well as a good range of value rooms, this well-located hotel has a choice of suites with their own kitchens if you plan to stay longer. A 24-hour business centre and full breakfast service are also big pluses, and you’re not far from the conveniences of downtown.

1020 Washington Boulevard, 48226, Detroit, United States

Trumbull and Porter Hotel

+1 313 496 1400

Pleasant and functional, this hotel near the banks of the Detroit River is more than its outdoor murals and lobby coffee bar. While you can see the city from your room, you’re also only a mile and a half from both Greektown and the Comerica Park Baseball Stadium, where the Detroit Tigers play. Your stay comes with free parking and WiFi, and in upgraded rooms, a whirlpool tub.

1331 Trumbull Avenue, 48216, Detroit, United States

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