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What you should know about Downtown Detroit

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Welcome to Motown, the city that brought soul to the world. Downtown Detroit lies along the banks of the Detroit River and teems with hotels, from warehouse conversions to glittering skyscrapers. Wherever you decide to stay, you won't be far from the district's historical sights, fascinating attractions, and exciting nightlife. If you want to visit Downtown Detroit in the summer festival season, you'd better nab your hotel early. The weather is more temperate in spring and fall, when there are also fewer crowds, and hotel prices are more competitive, too.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Detroit?

When considering luxury hotels in Downtown Detroit, the Las Vegas-style MGM Grand, with over 4,000 slot and video machines, and 90 gaming tables, is an interesting option. Alternatively, if you're looking for more character, you couldn't get any more different than the Inn at 97 Winder. This tiny antique-laden boutique hotel housed in an old 19th-century former private home has just 10 guestrooms and oozes charm. For a happy medium, the Detroit Foundation Hotel elegantly fuses chic modern design into the building that was the city's former fire department headquarters.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Detroit?

When you're looking for hotels in Downtown Detroit, you're spoiled for choice. If you stay in the northern Grand Circus Park Historic District, you'll be just moments away from the home stadium of the Detroit Tigers, the Fillmore Detroit, and the Detroit Opera House. The last few years have seen much development along East Riverfront and the area is packed with hotels, marinas, eateries, and other attractions. For a little more history you can't go wrong with a stay in Bricktown, home to lively music venues, the renaissance-style Wayne County Building, and Jacoby's German Biergarten, the city's oldest pub.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Detroit?

Over the years, layers of redevelopment have created a fascinating mixture of architecture in Downtown Detroit. The hotels here are just as diverse. In some areas you'll find warehouses converted into chic boutiques, while in others you'll find the modern towering juggernauts built by the big players in the hotel industry, all of which have contributed to Detroit's skyline. Throw in a few New York-style early 20th-century Art Deco buildings and some hotels housed within former historic private homes, and you've got one of the most exciting places to stay in the city.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Detroit?

You're never going to pay peanuts for luxury, but compared to Los Angeles and New York the hotels in Downtown Detroit are inexpensive. Most of the upmarket properties hover around the $300 mark, but a few of the most opulent can reach the heady heights of the buildings themselves with prices starting from $600 a night. Don't let these put you off staying in Downtown Detroit. There's a ton of cheaper hotels from $70 and what they lack in character, they make up for in their proximity to the area's plentiful and diverse assortment of things to see and do.