Stayed for four nights. The hotel was wonderful, mainly geared for business people, but beautiful and comfortable. Valets and front desk are ready to help you. Rooms are modern and clean. I am from Detroit originally, and it was great to stay downtown with everything so close. Detroit is definitely coming back. I hope that it being bought by Marriot doesn't change it much. Ok here are some cons: Housekeeping was super weird. They would make the bed and leave more towels but wouldn't take used towels or empty any trash in the room. Never left clean glasses and the room service tray stayed outside our room for 2 days until I called. I threw away a pair of sneakers, left them in the room when we left, and they called me to tell me. They seemed put out that I had left them and told me that they could probably donate them. They were meant to be trash, but they are weird about trash, as you can see. They do not offer any breakfast or coffee and the wifi was not free. But, overall, I recommend this hotel for a real Detroit experience. Valets were great!
Traveller from Arizona
Located in Downtown Detroit, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Campus Martius Park and Joe Louis Arena. Fox …More
"Very nice hotel... has everything you could need. "
The only con I had was at the bar where you could order food.. the bartender seemed to be completely clueless.. we ordered then watched everyone walk in ..order food.. walk out with food shortly.. meanwhile we were still sitting there.
Traveller from T
Shopping is across the street. This hotel is 12 miles from downtown Detroit, where the Detroit Red Wings and Lions play, and …More
There was a national convention being held during my stay there and although there are 8 elevators to the higher floors, there was often times a very very long wait to get on one to go up to our room, and then very crowded.
The hotel was not "over-the-top" as I have experienced at other Marriott's. Bathroom was very small. Had to ask for enough towels for 2 people.
The buffet breakfast was excellent as was the view.
Located on the riverfront in Detroit's Renaissance Center, this downtown hotel is less than a mile from the COBO Convention …More
We had a knocking noise that went off and on/soft and loud throughout our stay. We told the front desk and they thought it could be air in some pipe or line. We didn't want to change rooms because we were settled and it was no more annoying than cars or people talking when staying in a motel away from home. We were out of the room most of the time and so tired that it only bothered us when first falling asleep.
Traveller from Southern Ca
Situated in Ann Arbor, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Gerald R. Ford Library, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, and Leslie …More