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About Detroit

It would be fair to say that Detroit – aka Motor City, aka Motown – has had its problems in recent decades. Any city that loses 25% of its population and is declared bankrupt is clearly in less than ideal circumstances. And the good news? Detroit is a mid-western city under new management and very much on the up, with new leadership determined to show that this city, incidentally a showcase of 19th and early 20th Century architectural wonders, can rise again.Visionary new schemes to repopulate its abandoned areas, and even to launch urban farms where once there was wasteland, as well as better promotion of its cultural riches (art and classical music as well as the soul music for which Motown is famous), mean that Detroit is one of the most fascinating places for a discerning visitor, or for a someone looking to start a new business. Here’s our pick of the best places to stay in Detroit, a modern renaissance city.

For the city centre

  • At The Inn on Ferry Street you'll find sophistication and luxury in four restored Victorian mansions dating from the glory days of Detroit’s industrial expansion. Located in the historic heart of the city, rooms here offer beautiful traditional furnishings, and you can practically fall out of bed into some of America’s finest museums, theatres, and historical sites.

For luxury in the suburbs

  • The Townsend Hotel offers contemporary luxury and a great restaurant in the city’s leafy suburbs. Quiet location but still not far from the happening places.

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Best Hotels in Detroit

  • The Inn on Ferry Street 40 rooms from $145


    Four restored Victorian mansions providing sophisticated luxury. Charming rooms with romantic four poster beds and traditional furnishings. Located in the city's historic district, just steps from some of the finest museums, theatres, and historical sites.

    Sights nearby  -  Visit nearby Downtown Detroit, Comerica Park, Fox Theatre, Detroit Institute of Arts, and Motown Historical Museum
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
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  • Trumbull and Porter 144 rooms from $170


    A trendy hotel injecting some cool to an old Irish neighbourhood. Contemporary design throughout has an industrial conversion feel; think polished concrete floors, minimalist style and exposed piping. A lively bar and excellent restaurant will keep night revellers entertained. Superb.

    City Style  -  A sleek hotel complete with lively bar and fabulous restuarant.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • The Townsend Hotel 150 rooms from $330

    Detroit (Michigan)

    This classic jewel in the sleepy suburbs of Detroit has first-class fitness and business facilities. Contemporary, luxurious rooms with marble bathrooms make a comfortable stay. The award winning Rugby Grille and classic cocktail bar add flavour to any evening. Explore Detroit with ease.

    Sights nearby  -  Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum.
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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