Hotels in Detroit, MI

by Nicholas Katers
Travelers can find hotels throughout Detroit with amenities that fit their needs.

Travelers can find hotels throughout Detroit with amenities that fit their needs.

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Detroit offers attractions and accommodations that bridge the city’s storied past with its rejuvenated present. Visitors can learn about the Motor City’s professional sports history at Tigers baseball and Red Wings hockey games. Cultural venues like the Fox Theatre and Detroit Opera House host cutting-edge events in early 20th-century buildings. The Detroit metro area features accommodations ranging from historic inns to modern hotels.

All-Suite Hotels

Couples and families can opt for Detroit’s all-suite hotels if they want to replicate the comforts of home. The Atheneum Suite Hotel offers accommodations ranging from the budget-friendly junior suite to the glamorous presidential suite. This all-suite property in Greektown also features well-appointed banquet rooms like the Grand Ballroom to accommodate private gatherings. Another option is the Residence Inn Detroit Dearborn located near the Henry Ford Museum. Guests can prepare meals in their fully equipped kitchens or avail themselves of the hotel’s free breakfast buffet and evening receptions.

Casino Hotels

The Detroit metro area features several casino hotels that recreate the excitement of Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Monaco. The MGM Grand Detroit goes beyond its 4,000 slot machines to provide accommodations to adventurous travelers. This casino hotel maintains a modern art theme throughout its guest rooms with colorful paintings, statues and colors. Visitors can also stay at the MotorCity Casino Hotel after dancing at Radio Bar and hitting the blackjack table. Guest amenities like a pillow menu and customizable spa packages at D.Tour cater to every traveler’s whims.

Historic Hotels

Historic hotels in Detroit trace their roots back to the city’s population boom in the early 20th century. The Milner Hotel-Detroit advertises itself as the city’s oldest hotel with design features dating back to 1917. Visitors to this hotel can choose from standard guest rooms, king-size accommodations and suites with living rooms. The Inn on Ferry Street opened in the 1970s, although the property’s individual buildings date back to the 1920s. This historic property features six restored homes equipped with modern amenities like free wireless Internet and premium cable.

Chain Hotels

Frequent travelers looking for familiar hotel amenities can opt for chain hotels in Detroit. The Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center accommodates guests in 1,246 rooms that are divided between river and downtown views. This property features dining options like Volt, which serves drinks, sandwiches and burgers every day. Travelers can access basic amenities like free morning newspapers and fitness machines at the Doubletree Hotel Detroit/Dearborn. This hotel features bold colors and comfortable seating in its first-floor Great Room as well as the dining room for grille39.

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