Detroit Marriott Hotels
OK, we’ve declared that if you crave cars, culture, gaming, music or sports, Detroit has your back with a full load of activities in every category. When you scan these suggested themed experiences, you’ll see why our claim is ironclad. Plus, we’ve thrown in a few extra itineraries covering food, history, romance and more. Check them out and start penciling in your favorites.
Put on your comfortable shoes, fill your wallet full of credit cards with a zero balance and exercise that eye that always finds the best bargains. Metro Detroit has shopping centers and outlet malls with discounts galore. Many of them with special deals and weekend bargains just for deer widows armed with days of independence.
Fall in Michigan marks the time of year that those who hunt leave their significant others to saunter in the woods in search of a white-tailed prize. Peruse our guide to hunting for events and entertainment fun during Deer Widows Weekend.
Buy a hat at Henry the Hatter in Detroit and join a wildly eclectic customer base that once included President Dwight D. Eisenhower and still includes celebrity rocker Kid Rock.
So what if the weather is getting chilly. Spend the day racing cars and wacking moles with your choice of more than 200 arcade games, billiards and more at Dave & Buster's.
In November, save up to 65% on apparel and accessories at this cornucopia of designer and name-brand outlets.
Celebrate with police officer Michael Kane, who received a 2015 Rose Award for 30 years of dedication to the Detroit Police Department.