The Kingsley Inn of Bloomfield Hills ensures a pleasant experience with its friendly staff and historic charm.
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You can choose from 40,000 hotel rooms when you stay in metro Detroit, so you know there's a perfect match for you whether you like your accommodations ultra chic and luxurious, quaint and charming or affordable and basic. Feel free to use this section to search around an impressive list of metro Detroit hotels, motels and inns to find what best fits your needs. The following are a few possible places to stay in Detroit that are worth flagging for you: We've got 1,000-square-feet casino corner suites, historical home reproductions of famous folks such as dark poet Edgar Allan Poe and renovated downtown architectural beauties with legendary glamour and modern-day room amenities. And all the big names you'd expect are in metro Detroit, too, including Marriott, Hilton, DoubleTree, Days Inn and Holiday Inn.
Bundle up for the Plymouth Ice Festival in January because there are many detailed ice sculptures to admire.
This Victorian-style hotel has rooms equipped with Keurig coffee makers. After sipping your in-room morning brew, take a dip in the indoor pool and sauna or stroll the lovely outdoor grounds.
This hotel is your perfect pick for an overnight stay after a big-name concert or Detroit Pistons' game at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Just a short drive from the Suburban Collection Showplace and Cobo Center, the Radisson features its own set of multipurpose rooms for banquets and events.