Looking for hotels in metro Detroit? Look no further. From family-friendly and boutique chic to business-centric properties, we can accommodate all your hotel needs for your trip to Detroit.
Hotels in Detroit
There are over 5,000 hotel rooms in downtown Detroit, which means you have plenty of options for your trip to The D. Looking to stay near the Detroit Riverfront? The Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center is the perfect location. The views are unforgettable from this towering property. The Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront also has incredible skyline and riverfront sights.
If you’re looking to stay closer to the entertainment district, the Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney is an excellent choice. It has a convenient People Mover station attached and a lively atmosphere at the WXYZ Bar, which is ideal for pre- or post-game drinks.
Perhaps suites are more your style. Book a reservation at the Atheneum Suite Hotel for spacious rooms close to all of the action in Greektown. The Westin Book Cadillac is also a great downtown option, with gourmet on-site dining selections and close proximity to Campus Martius and Capitol Park.
Wayne County is home to The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation and Greenfield Village, the Ford Motor Company headquarters and authentic dining options, which means you have your pick of several Dearborn hotels. For a luxurious stay close to The Henry Ford, book a room at The Dearborn Inn, a Marriott Hotel. This elegant property will have you feeling like a true auto baron. The Henry is also a close option.
Do shopping, attractions and dining appeal to you? Then you’ll definitely want to stay in Oakland. Shop your way through luxury boutiques in Birmingham and pair it with a stay at The Townsend Hotel. Take the kids to Sea Life Michigan Aquarium or Legoland Discovery Center Michigan, both at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, and check in to the Hampton Inn North Auburn Hills to rest up after a long day of play.
Pamper yourself with a day in Rochester and overnight getaway at the Royal Park – it’s luxury at its finest. If you like a more relaxed atmosphere, hit the town in Royal Oak and recover at Hotel Royal Oak or the soon-to-be-opened Hyatt Place. If you’re looking to stay closer to downtown Detroit, the Best Western Premier – Detroit Southfield is a great option just 20 minutes away from the city.
Novi is home to quaint downtowns, premier shopping and world-class expositions. If you’re in the area for an event at Suburban Collection Showplace, stay at Hyatt Place Detroit – Novi (it’s connected to the expo center), Four Points by Sheraton Detroit – Novi, Staybridge Suites Detroit – Novi
Scope out the deals on Novi’s shopping corridor and recover at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Detroit – Novi or Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Novi. Dine and browse boutiques in Northville and stay at the upscale Inn at St. John’s. Explore Downtown Plymouth and recover at Hilton Garden Inn – Plymouth.
Traveling with the kiddos? Then the Wyndham Garden Sterling Heights is the perfect place to crash. They have a 5,000 square-foot pool that caters to family-fun. Close proximity to dining and shopping is also a plus. If you prefer to be near a bigger body of water – Lake St. Clair – Hampton Inn & Suites – Chesterfield Township puts you close to the action.
The M-59 corridor in Macomb is full of shopping malls and plazas. It takes more than a day to scope out all of the options. Stay at the TownePlace Suites by Marriott — Detroit Sterling Heights to be close to The Mall at Partridge Creek.
Hotels near Detroit Airport
Do you have an early flight or a layover in Detroit? Not to worry. There are several hotels within close proximity to the airport to ensure you don’t miss your flight. For extreme convenience, stay at The Westin Hotel – Detroit Metropolitan Airport. It is literally attached to the McNamara terminal. The Wyndham Garden – Detroit Metro Airport, Detroit Metro Airport Marriott and Delta Detroit Metro Airport are a quick drive away.
Base your stay in Detroit around the type of hotel you would like to check in to. From boutique hotels, kid-friendly hotels, hotels with meeting space, or even a casino-hotels – Detroit has you covered.
Boutique Hotels in Detroit
Detroit is trendy and our boutique hotels speak to our style. If you’re staying downtown, take your pick from the Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney, the El Moore Lodge, Trumbull & Porter, the Detroit Foundation Hotel, the Inn on Ferry Street or The Siren. Whether your taste is modern, rustic, industrial or classically chic, you’ll find the most unique properties in The D.
The Aloft offers bright, bold colors and modern design, while honoring the history of the David Whitney building. The Siren takes a minimalist approach and offers unique dining and drink options, like the Candy Bar Detroit. The Foundation is straight up sleek – with industrial design blended with reclaimed Detroit wood. Their restaurant, the Apparatus Room, is enough to make a trip to the Foundation an overnight stay. The Inn on Ferry Street takes a different approach- their Victorian homes and carriage houses make you forget you’re staying in the heart of a bustling city. Trumbull & Porter has a hipster feel paired with excellent eats at Red Dunn Kitchen. El Moore Lodge has incredible views and a log-cabin feel, there’s nothing quite like it.
And that’s not where our Detroit boutique hotel adventure ends. We still have more trend-setting boutique hotels opening soon. Look out for the Shinola Hotel, Aloft Troy and Element Detroit in the near future. They’re sure to impress.
Family-Friendly Hotels in Detroit
Traveling with the family is always a treat, but it sometimes requires specific accommodations. Most importantly, a pool, right? There are several hotels in the area for your swim enthusiasts. The Crowne Plaza Auburn Hills, Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Downtown, Hyatt Place Utica and Hampton Inn & Suites Detroit – Troy have you covered in the pool department.
Kid-friendly food is always a plus (especially for those picky eaters). Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Downtown has the first ever IHOP – Applebee’s combination on site. Do your kids prefer mac n cheese and pizza? Motor City Kitchen at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton – Detroit Downtown is where it’s at. Stay at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center for several kid-friendly dining options.
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Hotels with Meeting Space in Detroit
When your visiting Detroit for business, it’s all about meeting space. If you’re looking for hotels with meeting space options, check out the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, The Westin Book Cadillac, Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel, The Atheneum Suite Hotel & Conference Center and Courtyard by Marriott Detroit – Auburn Hills.
If your meeting or event is at one of our conference centers, stay close to the action. We suggest staying at the Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront or the Foundation for conferences at TCF Center. Stay at the Hyatt Place Detroit Novi for events at Suburban Collection Showplace.
Casino-Hotels in Detroit
If you’re in Detroit for leisure, the casino-hotels provide the ideal vacation atmosphere – complete with spas, gaming, dining and nightlife. Stay in style, in the center of all the action downtown at Greektown Casino-Hotel. The rooms and suites offer dramatic views of the Detroit River and Canada, plus spectacular amenities.
MGM Grand Detroit brings a little bit of Las Vegas to The D. This ultra chic hotel has a resort-style spa and three signature restaurants on-site. They also offer some of the hottest gaming and nightlife in town, plus a Topgolf Swing Suite.
MotorCity Casino Hotel packs a ton of fun into one stay. Check out their show schedule for a chance to see a live act at the Sound Board. Dine in style at Iridescence and be surrounded by the best views in the city. Party the night away at one of MotorCity’s bars or lounges.