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Places to Stay in Detroit:

Memorable Ways to End the Days

Find yourself mesmerized by the Detroit River illuminated by city lights with a view from one of the luxurious hotels found among the streets of Washington Blvd. and Renaissance Drive. Located within the heart of downtown, these hotels offer front-door service to some of the area’s most popular attractions, including Cobo Arena; Ford Auditorium; the Renaissance Center; and the Detroit RiverWalk, all of which feature a number of special events and concerts throughout the year. For peaceful luxury outside of downtown, a few well-known names have also taken their places along the riverfront and can be found further east along River Place Drive to offer refuge from busy city life.

For a unique experience, you can revel in the elegance of antique décor and old fashioned charm within a historic Victorian mansion. Several of the city’s former Victorian mansions have been fully restored to offer warm and inviting rooms bejeweled with beautiful antique-style furniture and décor. The most famous of these hotels include The Inn on Ferry Street in Midtown and The Inn at 97 Winder. The Inn on Ferry Street was once home to several Victorian mansions and coach houses and now serves as a gateway to the city’s finest arts venues including Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Historical Museum, and The New Detroit Science Center, as well as several theatres and art galleries. The Inn at 97 Winder is housed within one of downtown’s biggest mansions of the 1800s and is only minutes away from the area’s popular attractions of Greektown and the Detroit Opera House. Another restored historic landmark offering elegant accommodations amongst old-fashioned style is The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit, which was originally built in 1924 when it was known as Book Cadillac Hotel. Located right in the center of downtown, this historic hotel is right at the steps of the city’s entertainment avenues.

If you’re looking for a social and pampering atmosphere, you can find yourself relaxing in a cozy lounge by night and chatting over home-cooked breakfast by day in one of the quaint B&Bs offered within the city. These specialty accommodations offer comforting sanctuaries away from bustling city life as they lie within the city’s peaceful suburban areas of Historic Corktown in the Southwest District and Trumbull Street in the West District.

No matter where you decide to stay and end an eventful day, you’re bound to find comforting charm in the city of Detroit.

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