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Known world-wide as the "Motor City" headquarters of both Ford and General Motors, Detroit also is home to Vernors ginger ale and Faygo soda pop, not to mention the Motown sound of the Supremes and other ‘60s-era vocal phenoms. Detroiters range from the late civil right activist Rosa Parks and television's Ed McMahon to music icons Stevie Wonder and Madonna. While in southeastern Michigan, Detroit is actually north of the Canadian border, near Windsor, Ontario, accessible either via the Ambassador Bridge over the Detroit River or under through the Detroit - Windsor Tunnel. The nation's oldest state fair was established in Detroit in 1849. Other attractions include the nation's oldest freshwater aquarium on Belle Isle Park, the nation's largest island park within a city, and the nation's only floating post office on the Detroit River. Rock Financial Showplace is Michigan's largest privately owned convention and exhibition center. Detroit International Riverfront, a $500-million development underway along the Detroit River, includes pathways opening by the end of 2006. A harbor for cruise ships and pleasure boats is developing near GM World Headquarters to complete a three-mile network of parks from Belle Isle's MacArthur Bridge to Joe Louis Arena. Campus Martius Park, a 1.6-acre tract downtown, stands as the centerpiece of city revitalization between Fort Street and Michigan Avenue along Woodward Avenue, where hundreds of residential lofts and retails outlets are adding edge to converted 1910-era office buildings. Preservationists are thrilled that the endangered 33-story Book Cadillac Hotel is undergoing $176 million in renovation for 457 rooms, three restaurants, 66 condos, and meeting space for up to 2,000 delegates. Detroit lodging accommodations range from family owned motels and historic properties to the 73-story, 1,298-room Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, with plans in the works for three 400-room casino hotels.
We have organized our listings of Detroit's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Detroit area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels near the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) located 20 miles southwest of downtown.
Hotel options located north of downtown, near Southfield and the University of Detroit, the Detroit Zoological Park and State Fairgrounds, and in the towns of Troy, Warren, Utica and Roseville.
Hotels located west of Detroit in Ann Arbor, near the University of Michigan Campus and minutes from the Amtrak Station.
Hotels near the Pontiac Silverdome, home to the Detroit Lions and The Palace of Auburn Hills, home to the Detroit Pistons.
Hotels west of downtown near or in the cities of Livonia and Farmington and Novi.
·Detroit North and East
Hotel options in communities neighboring Detroit's north side, including Warren, Auburn Hills and Bloomfield Hills, and the Grosse Pointe communities neighboring Detroit's east side
Hotel options south of Detroit in the Greater Toledo area.
·Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
Hotels near the Henry Ford Museum, The Henry Ford Estate and The Automotive Hall of Fame.
Hotel options north of Detroit in the Greater Flint area.
Hotels located across the Detroit River in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
Hotels northwest of Detroit in the Greater Lansing area.
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Area Facts: Ransom Eli Olds and Henry Ford founded the first automobile factories in 1899 and 1903. The development of mass production began in the 1910's and lasted thru the 1920's.
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