Downtown mega casinos
Stacked between the prominent skyscrapers and architectural gems that frame Detroit’s skyline you’ll find the city’s prized casinos. More than just gaming floors and roulette tables, you can stay close to all the action by checking into one of their beautifully appointed guest rooms.
MotorCity has been lovingly restored to retain the charm of its warehouse past – many of the fixtures from its days as a bakery are still evident. The MGM Grand and Greektown casinos are exciting and modern with a host of facilities including top-notch dining venues, day spas and nightclubs. You can bet that you won’t run out of things to do when staying at one of these mega resorts.
Ramshackle city blocks and spaces have made way for a new wave of sophistication, with a host of refurbished hotels popping up all over town, including the city’s most luxurious, the Westin Book-Cadillac.
Entrenched in history, the refurbished, grand St Regis is a landmark boutique hotel that exudes stately elegance and promises high levels of service, comfort and convenience. Just minutes from the Detroit Institute of Art, the Inn on Ferry Street is a Victorian-style hotel complete with turrets and ornate antiques.
Nightlife and dining in Greektown
For a dose of entertainment and revelry, look no further than Detroit’s Greektown. The area is dotted with Greek businesses and themed buildings that lend the district its namesake, as well as a high concentration of restaurants and bars.
You’ll find some great, affordable accommodation options within this nightlife hub. Comfort Inn and Holiday Inn Express are within walking distance of restaurants and Joe Louis Arena, while The Atheneum Suite Hotel and Detroit Marriot at the Renaissance Center reward guests with added luxuries and comfort.