Meet in Detroit

Here are all the reasons why Detroit should be on your short list.

You’ll be amazed by Detroit’s renewed energy and vitality. The city continues to transform with new boutique hotels, dynamic residential developments, innovative restaurants and thriving local businesses. Detroit offers so much to see and do, Time Magazine named us one of the top 50 places in the world to visit!



Downtown’s Huntington Place Convention Center, ranks among the best and most technologically advanced convention centers in the world and is a Green Meetings Industry Council ASTM/APEX certified facility. It features 723,000 square feet of exhibition space, flexible outdoor spaces, free high-speed Wi-Fi throughout and top-tier technology, including two giant exterior digital displays. Match that with Suburban Collection Showplace, the regions other premier meeting convention center recently adding 150,000 square feet to its existing meeting space. It features nearly 100,000 square feet of ballroom/banquet/meeting spaces, 36 meeting rooms and over 300,000 square feet of multipurpose exhibit floor/flexible event spaces.

Get Here Easily

USA Today reports Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) was recently ranked No. 1 mega airport in passenger satisfaction by J.D. Power. It provides nonstop service to nearly 140 destinations on four continents. Detroit is a 90-minute or less flight away from 60 percent of the country’s population and most suburban and city attractions are just a 20-minute drive.

Wayne County Airport Authority exterior

Kick Back and Relax

As Detroit’s reputation as a meeting destination grows, so does its number of distinctive boutique hotels that offer a unique Detroit experience. The area is home to over 42,000 competitively priced hotel rooms, plus more than 5,400 downtown.


Eat, Drink & Be Merry

Detroit knows how to show guests a fabulous time. With multiple award-winning chefs now making the city their home, Chicago Tribune states, “The food and cocktail scene is on fire.” Downton Detroit’s retail shows shoppers the love with independent boutiques and national retailers including Carhartt, Nike, Pingree Detroit, Bird Bee, Lululemon, Plum Market and H&M. The region is filled with must-see, world-class cultural attractions, such as the Detroit Institute of Arts, historic Motown Museum, The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation at Automotive Hall of Fame.

Car exhibit at The Henry Ford Museum


With more than $10 billion is new development projects planned downtown, Detroit is continuously growing and innovating. Ground has been broken at the former Hudson’s department store site to build an 800-foot tower with 1 million square feet of retail space, offices, residential units and public spaces. It will feature Detroit’s first observation deck at its crown. Robert C. Valade Park on the Detroit River features a sandy area, green spaces for picnics, a musical garden for kids, special events, retail and floating food-and-drink barge.


For more information about planning your meeting or event in Detroit, contact: Sheila R. Neal, CASE Associate Director, Sales D: 313-202-1930,


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