This was my first stay at this hotel, but my 2nd reservation. My first reservation was rudely canceled and I never heard from the main office. But I needed to stay to go back to Detroit and this hotel was close to every place I had business. The day I arrived I saw a lot of construction being done, mostly to the lobby. The satff was very professional and friendly; the were also very informative. My BIGGEST COMPLAINT is some parts of the hotel were NOT HANDICAPPED ACCESSABLE. One of my friends uses a wheel chair and I use a cane. I didn't realize the problem until she came over to pick me up. The steps to the entry were complicated. It took us forever to find a way to get her in. My room was clean, but not super clean. Just small stuff like dust behind and on the lamps. But nothing that was disturbing. That night I asked the receptionist if I could have the desks and lamps dusted because of my allergies, and about 15 minutes later, it was done.
Traveller from Columbua, Ohio
Located in Downtown Detroit, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Moross House, GM Renaissance Center, and Belle Isle. Joe …More
The hotel was good enough but in need of some refurbishment and not really close to downtown. Staff generally very pleasant. Restaurant good and relatively good value. The Fisher Building almost next door is worth a visit if architecture is your interest. Because our flight was cancelled we couldn't get there on our first night and the hotel refunded the whole day's tariff.
Traveller from Gosford Australia
Located in Downtown Detroit, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fisher Theatre, Motown Historical Museum, and Detroit …More
My husband and I loved our stay at the Inn on Ferry Street. Location location location! Many things we were wanting to see were within walking distance of the hotel. It was very safe and clean. Our room was rather small which would be my only complaint. The breakfast was declicuous and above expectations. Also the free shuttle service around town was amazing. We would defiantly come back for a stay at the Inn on Ferry Street.
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
This B&B is in Detroit, within one-quarter mile of the Detroit Historical Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts. The …More
Detroit’s metro area is home to nearly six million people. Downtown Detroit has undergone extensive urban renewal in the last 15 years. The 982-acre Belle Isle Park is a popular destination. Sports are big in the Motor City. The Detroit Tigers play baseball at Comerica Park, the Detroit Lions (football) are at Ford Field, and the Detroit Red Wings (hockey) are at Joe Louis Arena.