Hotels Near The D Shop In Detroit

4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.26km from The D Shop
Where to start? Missed the place, drove by a couple of times before seeing the sign for the building. No place to park to check in. Double parked in front. Go up to the front door, cannot open it because it is locked. Press the door bell. Greeted by someone who looks like he is a guest was not allowed inside but was told to drive to the lot next door (that had a $40 parking sign). The lot was completely full with cars packed in double and triple parked. Given directions to go in the back of the house. After weaving in and out of cars with no place to walk with a suitcase. Go inside and have no idea where to go from there so we just keep walking. The lady we met at the check in (which was a desk next to the stairs for a make shift front desk area. Arrived at 2pm for a 3pm check in and then told we have to come back at 4pm. Leave go to lunch and come back at 4pm. No one around at front desk and no way to reach anyone for assistance. Go to the room - which had a regular door key. Turn the knob and it was unlocked. In the hallway was trash bags full of garbage and linen - again no one around. Go in the room and it was nicely decorated and smelled like it had been freshly cleaned - very nice! The bathroom for our room was big and looked like it was recently updated, big tub with jets but the water pressure in the tub made it almost unbearable to run the water and it took about 15-20min to have enough water to enjoy the bath. Went to turn on TV and no reception. Looked at the back and no cable for the typical hotel type service but instead had rabbit ears for reception. Hardly any channels to even have a TV on, and the stations that did work kept going in and out so not worth having it on. The bed had a headboard that rubbed the wall and the wall was a bit tore up from it. even just sitting up the headboard bumped the wall, had to put pillows behind it to keep it from hitting the wall over and over again. The decor throughout the inn was odd. It seemed like it was trying to be an upscale boutique but felt more like a bad B&B without any of the B&B touches. Would not recommend staying for the romantic setting, heard footsteps all through the night, people above us.
FromUS$134
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.4km from The D Shop
The 4-star Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Detroit (MI). The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Detroit (MI) has to offer by making Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney your base.
FromUS$246
0/50 Reviews
0.43km from The D Shop
Featuring a bar, The Siren Hotel is set in Detroit. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a concierge service. The property is 300 metres from Music Hall Center and 300 metres from Gem Theatre.The rooms in the hotel are fitted with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. All rooms include a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hair dryer. All rooms include a wardrobe.Popular points of interest near The Siren Hotel include The Fillmore Detroit, Saint Andrews Hall and Cobo Convention Center. The nearest airport is Detroit Metro Airport, 28 km from the accommodation.
FromUS$158
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.47km from The D Shop
Took my wife downtown for the night to celebrate her birthday and had the pleasure of staying at the Element and was not disappointed. Stayed in one of the Executive suites and as soon as you walk in you can tell its a top notch place. The room is modern, yet very elegant, and you can definitely tell they deep clean the rooms. The remotes for the TV's are wrapped in plastic and you can even control the TV's from your phone if you prefer. The Suites are equipped with a microwave, stove top, refrigerator, coffee maker, sofa, lounger, desk, 4-top dining table and a little breakfast bar, definitely anything you would need for a nights stay or even an extended stay. The bathroom was spacious and the bed was comfortable. The attached rooftop restaurant, called the Monarch Club, offers amazing views of Downtown Detroit and Comerica Park. It has a decent wine selection, and a limited food menu, though the food we got, which is Tapas or small plates, was excellent, especially the brisket sliders. There is a neat little fire pit on the roof top that would be a fun place to hangout with friends The staff was extremely accommodating our entire stay, and it felt like a 5-star hotel. Special shout out to Allison Sigler who went above and beyond to make our stay as nice as possible. I heard some complaints about the parking, as you have to park in a garage about a block away, which in the winter time could be rough, but if there is no snow on the ground its a very short minute walk. If Covid-19 wasn't around, there would be valet parking which would alleviate any parking concerns so can't really knock them for that. Overall, if you are looking for an upscale stay in the heart of downtown Detroit in a historic building, look no further than the Element.
FromUS$249
0/50 Reviews
0.57km from The D Shop
The Shinola Hotel provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Shinola Hotel is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Detroit. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 12km from Coleman A. Young International Airport and 17km from Detroit Station. There's plenty to do nearby, with Michigan Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Detroit Experience Factory and Second Baptist Church all within a short distance. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. This Detroit hotel provides parking on site.
FromUS$265
3.7/513 Reviews
0.6km from The D Shop
While this hotel was nice and clean, it does not mention that EVERYTHING you pay so much to stay at the hotel for one night, is closed. The restaurant inside, the breakfast buffet restaurant, the workout room, and the bar is CLOSED. I’m not happy that I paid $250 just to sleep.
FromUS$184
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.82km from The D Shop
Good location
FromUS$237
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.86km from The D Shop
I called early in the morning and requested an early check in, and they were nice enough to accommodate my fiancé and I, who were in town checking out wedding venues, at 1pm. They were super busy so checking in took a long time, but that was fine. Place is remodeling and heavily under construction, so it looks nothing like their photos anymore. The experience was fine until my fiancé dropped something and bent down to pick it up, and there was a condom/condom wrapper barely underneath the side of the bed. Probably one of the top five nasty things you can find in a hotel room. But it happens sometimes, I get it. My issue was how the experience was handled. My fiancé called the desk, they asked me to come down. I spoke with a manager, who offered me a downgrade to a double queen since there were no more King rooms available after I asked to be moved. I asked if she’d be willing to move me if one became available later, and she said yes, and was nice enough to comp my valet. No problem there. When I came back, a cleaning assistant had come to see what was wrong and talked to my fiancé, who showed her. She put gloves on but didn’t remove it and just asked her, “What do you want us to do? Do you want us to clean it?” She just politely requested to be moved and then the cleaning assistant left. Then this cool concierge named Curtis comes in to check it out, and he seemed to be the only person who thought it was gross that there was a condom under our bed, and he understood why a room that isn’t clean in the middle of a global pandemic was concerning to us. He moved our stuff back down to the lobby and spoke to his manager for us. He was so nice, Curtis is fantastic. Not long after, we were moved to a new room of the same design. This wouldn’t really be a big deal, except that this is apparently a 4-star hotel. A 4-star hotel usually knows how to quickly and effectively resolve a guest complaint about cleanliness without any hassle, because these are usually upper class hotels. I’ve never been asked what I want them to do about a dirty room at a 4-star hotel, or not been asked if I wanted to move to a new room if there was an issue with mine. The staff just kind of acted like “Why is this a big deal and what do you want me to do about it?” I’ve stayed in nicer places with better service in 2 and 3 stars. Overall, rooms were outdated with old, unattractive furniture, and a very strange and very plain design. Lights all only had one setting, super bright, and all of the technology in the building is old and outdated. They’re remodeling, so hopefully they’ll eventually get to their deluxe kind suites. Bathroom was nice and bed was comfortable. Walls are like paper. You can hear everything going on next to you. Towels and bed didn’t smell clean and had weird odors. I’m generally not super picky or demanding, but I would recommend you stay at another location while you’re in the city despite the convenient location, because I was expe
FromUS$199
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.86km from The D Shop
Going to the hotel selected on Detroit online, I thought it would be more prosperous to get closer to the casino. In fact, the size of the casino in the United States is not large enough to compare with Macau, Malaysia and South Korea. There are more black people around, and there are fewer yellow people. It is not safe to go out alone. It is not recommended to travel freely. It is better to live in a hotel on the Detroit River. The scenery and humanities are better.
FromUS$189
3.4/510 Reviews
0.88km from The D Shop
It is close to the city center, not far from the supermarket, and also close to the GE building. The front desk is very kind, and it is returned in US dollars. Overall it is good. The breakfast is relatively good.
FromUS$229
3.6/517 Reviews
0.97km from The D Shop
Diligence is like a seedling in the spring, but it does not see its increase, but it has grown day by day. Dropout is like a sharpening stone. Be sure to believe that the world is making way for you as you work hard.
FromUS$221
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.07km from The D Shop
We love the city and stay downtown regularly. First visited the Library Bar in October and were very impressed. You walk into this place and it instantly has a different feel than anything else in the city. We returned to stay in the hotel and appreciated the attention to detail that this gem delivers. The rooms are appointed with furnishings anticipated from this grand old building yet modern comforts of a fridge and well lighted bathroom (we stayed in room 405). Shower could have used a bit more pressure though. Each floor is gorgeous - actually each nook and corner has the feel of the old luxury that members experienced a century ago. Basement has a terrific spa. Staff courteous and friendly. For walkers, keep in mind that you’re about 2 blocks off the beaten path. As a Hilton Diamond and Marriott Titanium member, this place exceeded my expectations and we will be back.
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Hotels Near The D Shop In Detroit Review

3.4/510 Reviews
I would like to tell you a little about my Saturday day and night on 2/22/2020. My pregnant wife is in Detroit Michigan for a Garth Brooks concert and I'm in Grand Rapids for a special event. We live in SWMI. My wife's friend booked a 2 queen room through Priceline months ago around the same day they purchased the concert tickets. Saturday afternoon after a 5 hour drive, they arrive at the Hotel St. Regis Detroit and proceed to check-in right around 3pm. They are told by the hotel staff that their room is no longer available and they'll need to stay 40 minutes away. They worked with them and there was nothing they could do. So myself during the middle of my event 150+ miles away call Priceline to get it fixed. After almost 1 hour on the phone, Priceline lets me know that the hotel was able to find them a different room within the same hotel. It would be a 1 king bed room which wasn't convenient, but was better than driving so late at night all around town. By this time, the girls couldn't wait to check-in to the room as they needed to get to the concert, so they told the hotel staff they would be back after the show to check in. Fast forward to 1am the next morning. I get a call from my wife saying that the concert was over, they went out for some food, and went to check-in, only to find that the hotel gave their room away again. At this point, the hotel is now 100% sold out and the only way they could give a room away would be to wake someone up and kick them out. As you can imagine, I am utterly furious at this point at both Priceline for allowing this to happen, and St. Regis for giving a paid for room away TWICE. I called priceline right away and was told my expected wait time would be over 25 minutes. While holding, my wife called and said to not worry about it, they've lost patience, and are driving. There were 3 major events in the city on Saturday night and a cursory search showed all the hotels were booked for the evening. In the end, priceline gave my friend a full refund, but I am extremely furious for more than a few reasons. 1. They booked a room well enough in advance that there should not have been any issues. 2. St. Regis not only gave away their room once, but TWICE. 3. After driving all morning to get there, go to a concert, and find out so late that the second room was given away, my PREGNANT wife had to stay awake even longer to drive again. 4. The lack of sleep and not having a room to stay in put my wife at danger, my wife's friend at danger, and my unborn child at danger. I have a theory of what happened. My wife's friend booked the room in November. She noticed a couple days later that the room prices surged, likely because of the events going on. When the hotel went to check them in originally, they noticed the much smaller fee they were paying and knew that there would always be someone willing to come spend more, so they booked the room. Either sometime through the night, or for whatever reason, s
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FromUS$123
4.4/512 Reviews
Newer hotels, relatively clean, cheap, booked for friends, feedback is not bad, there are opportunities to book...........
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FromUS$229
4.6/510 Reviews
It is evident Detroit is booming back, and the Detroit Foundation Hotel is evidence of this. The hotel is chic, featuring Detroits cultural impact and history with their decorations to their physical set-up. The staff were incredible; they were kind, welcoming, attentive, and enforced the mask mandate to ensure guests and staff are as safe as possible. The Apparatus Room, the hotel's restaurant/bar was incredible! The decor, staff, and options were excellent. If you are ever visiting Detroit, go out of your way to stay here. You will not be disappointed.
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FromUS$259
4.2/515 Reviews
Traveling to Detroit alone, there is a bus in front of the hotel, so I did not take a taxi, the bus goes directly to the city. There are restaurants around, many black people. I walked to the island and the scenery was great!
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FromUS$87
5/512 Reviews
They staff was amazing, clean. I was able to see the downtown area right out my front door.
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FromUS$227
3.7/510 Reviews
No food for breakfast, it can be solved by going to the city center a few hundred meters away. Living in a suite is quite good. If you need it, you can let your friends live in the living room! !
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FromUS$198
3.6/515 Reviews
This hotel was the best hotel I’ve ever stayed at in my life hands down. It was clean and comfortable, the rooms are designed so different than any hotel and the paintings along side the building are incredible. The decorations in the lobby are one of a kind and all the pictures of Detroit in the halls are something great to Look at! The food was excellent! Never had anything like that! One in a life time experience!! Loved the court hard where you can play bags and hang out, outside. Such a great place! Loved it! Looking forward to going back soon!
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FromUS$143
3.7/513 Reviews
While this hotel was nice and clean, it does not mention that EVERYTHING you pay so much to stay at the hotel for one night, is closed. The restaurant inside, the breakfast buffet restaurant, the workout room, and the bar is CLOSED. I’m not happy that I paid $250 just to sleep.
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FromUS$184
4.5/55 Reviews
Took my wife downtown for the night to celebrate her birthday and had the pleasure of staying at the Element and was not disappointed. Stayed in one of the Executive suites and as soon as you walk in you can tell its a top notch place. The room is modern, yet very elegant, and you can definitely tell they deep clean the rooms. The remotes for the TV's are wrapped in plastic and you can even control the TV's from your phone if you prefer. The Suites are equipped with a microwave, stove top, refrigerator, coffee maker, sofa, lounger, desk, 4-top dining table and a little breakfast bar, definitely anything you would need for a nights stay or even an extended stay. The bathroom was spacious and the bed was comfortable. The attached rooftop restaurant, called the Monarch Club, offers amazing views of Downtown Detroit and Comerica Park. It has a decent wine selection, and a limited food menu, though the food we got, which is Tapas or small plates, was excellent, especially the brisket sliders. There is a neat little fire pit on the roof top that would be a fun place to hangout with friends The staff was extremely accommodating our entire stay, and it felt like a 5-star hotel. Special shout out to Allison Sigler who went above and beyond to make our stay as nice as possible. I heard some complaints about the parking, as you have to park in a garage about a block away, which in the winter time could be rough, but if there is no snow on the ground its a very short minute walk. If Covid-19 wasn't around, there would be valet parking which would alleviate any parking concerns so can't really knock them for that. Overall, if you are looking for an upscale stay in the heart of downtown Detroit in a historic building, look no further than the Element.
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FromUS$249
4.4/510 Reviews
Where to start? Missed the place, drove by a couple of times before seeing the sign for the building. No place to park to check in. Double parked in front. Go up to the front door, cannot open it because it is locked. Press the door bell. Greeted by someone who looks like he is a guest was not allowed inside but was told to drive to the lot next door (that had a $40 parking sign). The lot was completely full with cars packed in double and triple parked. Given directions to go in the back of the house. After weaving in and out of cars with no place to walk with a suitcase. Go inside and have no idea where to go from there so we just keep walking. The lady we met at the check in (which was a desk next to the stairs for a make shift front desk area. Arrived at 2pm for a 3pm check in and then told we have to come back at 4pm. Leave go to lunch and come back at 4pm. No one around at front desk and no way to reach anyone for assistance. Go to the room - which had a regular door key. Turn the knob and it was unlocked. In the hallway was trash bags full of garbage and linen - again no one around. Go in the room and it was nicely decorated and smelled like it had been freshly cleaned - very nice! The bathroom for our room was big and looked like it was recently updated, big tub with jets but the water pressure in the tub made it almost unbearable to run the water and it took about 15-20min to have enough water to enjoy the bath. Went to turn on TV and no reception. Looked at the back and no cable for the typical hotel type service but instead had rabbit ears for reception. Hardly any channels to even have a TV on, and the stations that did work kept going in and out so not worth having it on. The bed had a headboard that rubbed the wall and the wall was a bit tore up from it. even just sitting up the headboard bumped the wall, had to put pillows behind it to keep it from hitting the wall over and over again. The decor throughout the inn was odd. It seemed like it was trying to be an upscale boutique but felt more like a bad B&B without any of the B&B touches. Would not recommend staying for the romantic setting, heard footsteps all through the night, people above us.
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FromUS$134
3.6/517 Reviews
Diligence is like a seedling in the spring, but it does not see its increase, but it has grown day by day. Dropout is like a sharpening stone. Be sure to believe that the world is making way for you as you work hard.
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FromUS$221
4.4/521 Reviews
The location of the hotel in downtown Detroit is very good. There is a good sushi restaurant nearby. There are also shake shack, star father, McDonald's and so on nearby. There is no slippers in the room, you need to bring your own. The room is not too big but it is enough, the night view outside the floor-to-ceiling windows is beautiful. Overall the experience is good.
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FromUS$69
2.7/510 Reviews
Is very near Downtown, you can just walk to every place from there and the personnel is very kind and helpful, specially the guy in the early morning, Monir. I certainly recommend it, it's Aldo very easy to get yo the airport by bus ir elsewhere.
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FromUS$70
3.4/510 Reviews
It is close to the city center, not far from the supermarket, and also close to the GE building. The front desk is very kind, and it is returned in US dollars. Overall it is good. The breakfast is relatively good.
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FromUS$229
5/56 Reviews
Me and my husband went to the MotorCity ****** Hotel for out 12th wedding anniversary on 9/15/2020 and we have mixed reviews. Pros: ~From the front desk to security everyone was so friendly with a smile on their face. ~The ****** was proportional to the hotel. It was nice to not have a long walk. ~The ****** itself was really nice, not smokey, and social distancing was in place. ~There were sanitizers throughout the ****** and the hotel. Mask were also worn. ~The room service food was really good. ~The bed in the hotel room was very comfortable we slept great. Cons: ~The hotel room was dated and could really use an upgrade or remodeling. ~The carpet was dirty and could use a replacement or cleaning. ~The tables and cabinets were dusty. ~The curtains could use a steaming and cleaning. ~The bathroom was not clean as their was a urine spot on the toilet. My expectations: On their website the rooms look so well put together so we were very disappointed that the actual room did not look like the website especially since this was our anniversary getaway. Overall: We had a good time together and made the best of it but we will not be back to the hotel itself. But we will visit the ****** again for sure and truly appreciate the awesome customer service. I am giving 4 stars due to the customer service and nice ******. Thanks so much The Bonners
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FromUS$220
4.8/518 Reviews
I really like this hotel. Opposite the Ford Motor Company, the hotel helped upgrade to a double bed room, clean and comfortable, there are many pictures of Ford in the hotel, and the swimming pool.
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FromUS$146
4.3/510 Reviews
I called early in the morning and requested an early check in, and they were nice enough to accommodate my fiancé and I, who were in town checking out wedding venues, at 1pm. They were super busy so checking in took a long time, but that was fine. Place is remodeling and heavily under construction, so it looks nothing like their photos anymore. The experience was fine until my fiancé dropped something and bent down to pick it up, and there was a condom/condom wrapper barely underneath the side of the bed. Probably one of the top five nasty things you can find in a hotel room. But it happens sometimes, I get it. My issue was how the experience was handled. My fiancé called the desk, they asked me to come down. I spoke with a manager, who offered me a downgrade to a double queen since there were no more King rooms available after I asked to be moved. I asked if she’d be willing to move me if one became available later, and she said yes, and was nice enough to comp my valet. No problem there. When I came back, a cleaning assistant had come to see what was wrong and talked to my fiancé, who showed her. She put gloves on but didn’t remove it and just asked her, “What do you want us to do? Do you want us to clean it?” She just politely requested to be moved and then the cleaning assistant left. Then this cool concierge named Curtis comes in to check it out, and he seemed to be the only person who thought it was gross that there was a condom under our bed, and he understood why a room that isn’t clean in the middle of a global pandemic was concerning to us. He moved our stuff back down to the lobby and spoke to his manager for us. He was so nice, Curtis is fantastic. Not long after, we were moved to a new room of the same design. This wouldn’t really be a big deal, except that this is apparently a 4-star hotel. A 4-star hotel usually knows how to quickly and effectively resolve a guest complaint about cleanliness without any hassle, because these are usually upper class hotels. I’ve never been asked what I want them to do about a dirty room at a 4-star hotel, or not been asked if I wanted to move to a new room if there was an issue with mine. The staff just kind of acted like “Why is this a big deal and what do you want me to do about it?” I’ve stayed in nicer places with better service in 2 and 3 stars. Overall, rooms were outdated with old, unattractive furniture, and a very strange and very plain design. Lights all only had one setting, super bright, and all of the technology in the building is old and outdated. They’re remodeling, so hopefully they’ll eventually get to their deluxe kind suites. Bathroom was nice and bed was comfortable. Walls are like paper. You can hear everything going on next to you. Towels and bed didn’t smell clean and had weird odors. I’m generally not super picky or demanding, but I would recommend you stay at another location while you’re in the city despite the convenient location, because I was expe
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FromUS$199
4/511 Reviews
Good location
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FromUS$237
4.2/510 Reviews
Going to the hotel selected on Detroit online, I thought it would be more prosperous to get closer to the casino. In fact, the size of the casino in the United States is not large enough to compare with Macau, Malaysia and South Korea. There are more black people around, and there are fewer yellow people. It is not safe to go out alone. It is not recommended to travel freely. It is better to live in a hotel on the Detroit River. The scenery and humanities are better.
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FromUS$189
3.2/511 Reviews
Breakfast is OK, very rich!
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FromUS$138
1/511 Reviews
We book 2 rooms. The main room was ok at first. Room 324. The oven was not clean when we open it. The next morning when it was time for my daughter and her friends to take a shower I ask for towels they stated they had to process the towels first as in wash them by now its 10:40. I told them the girls had to take showers they still did not bring us any so my wife ran to the store an bought the ladies some. As they was taking a shower front desk came and knocked on the door and said, "Its time for you guys to check out" As the girls was taking a shower the down stairs bathroom leaked EXTREMELY bad. Not a very good experience.
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FromUS$119
1.2/511 Reviews
Booked 2 queen beds/2 rooms. Got there and was asked for $ by homeless before checking in. Told me sorry you only get 1 queen bed and all our 2 queen rooms are gone. After arguing they gave me a refund but now stuck in Detroit with no place to stay on a Saturday night!
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FromUS$65
4.8/552 Reviews
I initially loved the hotel!! When you first walk in, it's hard not to gasp! And then riding the elevator up to our room using our personalized hotel key to access the guest floors, made me feel extremely safe! The room was private, clean, large, romantic, and had an amazing view!
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FromUS$95
5/513 Reviews
Amazing Atmosphere Will Always Stay
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FromUS$95
4.3/512 Reviews
The jw is suppose to be better than the courtyard which is right next to it but i prefer the courtyard mariott other than the Jw way better but nothing went wrong during our trip thanks for the stay!!
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FromUS$189
4.8/515 Reviews
Great central location, able to walk everywhere. Wish the outside seating area was open later at night.
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FromUS$134
4.3/512 Reviews
The hotel is very close to the train station, just behind the station. It is a good choice to catch a train. If you are not travelling by train, it is not recommended. The price is high and there is a train driving at night. However, the service quality is good.
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FromUS$132
4.9/519 Reviews
The location is very good and many attractions are within walking distance. The hotel staff is very good at serving. The privacy of the hotel is very good. The pool is nice. The disadvantage is that the parking lot is expensive. Hotel staff suggested that we parked in the opposite shopping garage, which cost less than half of the hotel. There is also a feeling that the paper towels of the five-star hotel are very poor. There was no breakfast at the hotel because there were too many good restaurants to choose from.
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FromUS$225
4/511 Reviews
#房清洁# #fully equipped#
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FromUS$125
5/512 Reviews
My family of 3 is in Indy for a basketball tournament for 2 days and we chose to stay close to the convention center at the Hilton. The first thing we were confused on was where to park. Not at the hotel!! In a parking garage across the street. 🤨 We were in a room with two queen beds, that were very nice and clean. But there was only two towels and two wash cloths. I called the front desk and asked for one towel and one wash cloth. The front desk clerk stated that she would bring them to my room. Well that never happend. So two hand towels had to do the trick of drying off! Sad. I wanted housekeeping to bring new towels during regular cleaning so I DIDN'T put the sign on the door to state that I didnt want service. Hoping when we returned to the room late that evening, we would have vlean, fresh towels. Well guess what, no towels or wash cloths. I went to the front desk to ask why my room wasnt cleaned to be told that I didnt request it to be cleaned. Due to covid-19, they are not going into the rooms. Wow. It would have been nice to know that!! The staff was nonchalant about the situation. We are coming back again in September for another tournament but guess where I will not be staying for a number of reasons!!! Worst experience ever at a Hilton. I will rethink ever booking with this chain again. Thanks but no thanks to Indy Hilton downtown!!! I will also be telling others that are traveling here about this experience as well.
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FromUS$110