Plan A Romantic Getaway: 5 Best Hotels in Detroit


Plan A Romantic Getaway: 5 Best Hotels in Detroit

Heat things up this winter and surprise your special someone with a staycation in Detroit. Get a room at one of these hotels, reserve a table at one of the hottest restaurants in the city and plan a night on the town.


Shinola Hotel – 1400 Woodward Ave

Shinola is a Detroit signature and the long awaited hotel is finally open. Be one of the first guests to experience the new destination.
Where to Eat: Experience the tastes and flavors of southern Italy and Sicily at San Morello.
What to Do: Take a short walk to Campus Martius and go ice skating in the center of the city.


Detroit Foundation Hotel – 250 W Larned Street

The former firehouse is a stunning boutique hotel that regularly makes national lists for the best in the business.
Where to Eat: The Apparatus Room located on the ground floor is perfect for brunch, dinner or a late night cocktail.
What to Do: The hotel is close to the Riverfront, bundle up and walk hand in hand as you take in the city lights of two countries.


Siren Hotel – 1509 Broadway St

Feeling fancy? The Siren hotel bring New York City chic to downtown Detroit.
Where to Eat: Make reservations at Wright & Co. – the second floor restaurant sits above John Varvatos  and is the perfect place hide away on a winter night.
What to Do: Spend the evening sipping cocktails at the Candy Bar.


Aloft at the David Whitney  One Park Ave

With a People Mover station inside and a QLine stop outside, Aloft is the way to experience city life in Detroit. 
Where to Eat: Hop on the People Mover and get off at Fort/Cass for dinner at the Detroit Club.
What to Do: Cross Grand Circus Park and see a show in Fox Town, take the QLine to the DIA, or keep on the People Mover and try your luck in Greektown.


Trumbull & Porter Hotel  1331 Trumbull St

Want a night in the city but not downtown? Stay in Corktown.
Where to Eat: Kate Williams often makes headlines for her skills as a chef – find out why at Lady of the House.
What to Do: Relax and let loose at the neighborhood microbrewery, Batch.


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