Detroit Metro Airport (DTW)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation

(Detroit, Michigan - MI, USA)

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Detroit is a city of both culture and commerce, famed for its motor industry. In recent years, Detroit has become particularly tourist friendly, offering a wealth of hotels, attractions and sights to see. Hotels can be found in both the city center and alongside Detroit Metro Airport (DTW), appealing to all tastes.

Detroit: Airport Hotels and Accommodation

Hotels are well represented both onsite and close to the airport, with top chains including Clarion, Courtyard, Marriott,
Quality Inn and Westin. Popular with both early flyers and business travelers, accommodation next to Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) offers a range of facilities, including meeting rooms, restaurants and shuttle buses.

Hotel Name
Clarion Hotel Barcelo Hotel Metro Airport
8600 Merriman Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MI), USA
Quality Inn Romulus
7600 Merriman Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MI), USA
Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport
2501 Worldgateway Place, Detroit,
Michigan (MO), 48242, USA
Detroit Airport Marriott
30559 Flynn Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MO), 48174, USA
Courtyard Detroit Metro Airport Romulus
30653 Flynn Drive, Romulus,
Michigan (MO), 48174, USA
Comfort Inn DTW Metro Airport Romulus
31800 Wick Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MI), USA
La Quinta Inn Detroit Airport Hotel
7680 Merriman Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MI), USA
Baymont Inn and Suites
9000 Wickham Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MI), USA
Days Inn at Detroit Metro Airport
9501 Middlebelt Road, Romulus,
Michigan (MI), 48174, USA
Econo Lodge Dearborn Hotel
23730 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn,
Michigan (MI), USA

Detroit: City Hotels and Accommodation

A seemingly endless selection of hotels lies within the heart of the city, just 20 miles / 32 km to the northeast of Detroit Metro Airport (DTW). Most hotels in the city center offer good value and rates are often reduced both at the weekend and during the winter months.

Budget travelers visiting the city of Detroit will find a number of value accommodation options, which include the HI Country Grandma's Home Hostel along Bell Road, and the affordable camping ground at the Pontiac Lake Recreation Area, an impressive state park in nearby Waterford. Many mid-range motels can be found along nearby Interstates and major roads, including Jefferson Avenue and Washington Boulevard. The suburbs of Detroit also feature a host of inexpensive motels, B&Bs and reasonably priced hotels. Many additional hotels can be found clustered around the following districts.

Rivertown / Civic Center
One of the most trendy and attractive parts of the city, Rivertown is full of hotels, many of which offer impressive views of both the riverfront and the cityscape. In recent years, much of this area has been greatly redeveloped and is dominated by many striking buildings and landmarks. Detroit's Rivertown and Civic Center district is known for its annual celebrations, with highlights include both the spectacular Ford Detroit International Jazz Festival and the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, when hotels in this region quickly become fully booked.

Theater District
Full of cultural attractions, Detroit's theater district is an exceptional draw card, containing numerous theaters which offer a diverse range of shows and musicals. Many of the theaters in this part of the city are important landmarks in their own right, with plenty of hotels, restaurants and shops also thrown in for added appeal.

Located close to both the spectacular Renaissance Center and Detroit's Greektown area, Bricktown is a small neighborhood with a strong Bohemian character. Live-music venues, eateries and a popular casino regularly attract visitors to this area, together with a number of notable hotels, a historic church and the eye-catching Wayne County Building.

Cultural Center Historic District
Those looking for museums, galleries and culture should be sure to stay in this district, where hotels are never far from popular attractions. Close to the Theater district, highlights in the Cultural Center include the Detroit Historical Museum, the Science Center and the International Institute, all of which are worthy of a visit.

Famed for its authentic Mediterranean cuisine and charm, Detroit's Greektown offers a thriving street-café culture and countless enticing restaurants. Many of the city's best places to eat out can be found in this bustling district, together with a rather diverse variety of hotels and accommodation options, local specialty shops and lively bars.

Partygoers visiting the city of Detroit should look no further than the Hamtrack district, which is brimming with live music, nightclubs and eateries. Hotels in Hamtract are never far from the action.

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