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We recommend flying into DTW and staying in the "Downtown Detroit" neighborhood (near Shinola Hotel). Downtown will be the central hub for weekend activity, including the Welcome Party on Friday and shuttle transportation on Saturday. The following hotels are listed in order of proximity to the Welcome Party (at the Detroit Beer Exchange), for guests who are interested in being within walking distance to Friday night festivities, as well as easily accessible nearby bars and restaurants. We have clustered the Shinola, the Element, and the Siren hotels at the top of the list due to the added bonus of their proximities to one another. For guests for whom proximity/walking distance to events & activity is not a priority, there is a block of rooms available at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center (details below/scroll to bottom of list). House/apartment rentals through Airbnb or Vrbo are always an option, too!

Flight

Detroit Metro Airport

The Detroit Metro Airport is the closest option to the wedding location, only 20 miles/25 minutes away from Downtown Detroit. There are plenty of Uber/Lyft/Taxi options available for guests who are not renting a car.

Shuttle

Wedding Day Shuttles

September 9, 2023 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Starting around 3 PM on the wedding day, shuttles will begin picking up guests from a TBD Downtown Detroit location (e.g., nearby Shinola & The Westin Book Cadillac Hotels) and bringing them to the ceremony and reception venue (Detroit Yacht Club). Those same shuttles will also bring guests back from the reception to the same pickup area!

Hotel

Shinola Hotel

1400 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Shinola Hotel is centrally located with nearby bars and restaurants. It is only .1 miles/2 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Double occupancy rates starting at $545. The Shinola Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel complex featuring the San Morello restaurant, award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini's urban Italian neighborhood restaurant inspired by the coastal towns of Southern Italy and Sicily serving authentic, wood-fired dishes, pizzas, and house-made pastas using local, seasonal ingredients; the Evening Bar, a comfortable, classic American bar serving seasonally crafted cocktails and bar bites; The Brakeman, an American beer & rec hall with rotating drafts of craft beers from the Midwest, while serving up Detroit-style fried chicken from neighboring Penny Red’s and featuring games like Ping-Pong, foosball, and shuffleboard; Mr. Dips, serving griddle burgers, waffle fries, and seasonal Dairy Dips; and Parker’s Alley, an alley lined with specially-curated shopping options of global brands and homegrown businesses that celebrate Detroit’s entrepreneurial spirit, including Madcap coffee, jewelry, clothing, chocolates, and of course, Shinola.

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Element Detroit at the Metropolitan

33 John R Street
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Element is centrally located, just around the corner from the Shinola, and only .2 miles/5 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Double occupancy rates starting at $460. The Element Detroit at the Metropolitan is a high-rise hotel by Marriott/Westin, formerly the Metropolitan Building, built in 1924 in the neo-gothic style. Amenities include free full American breakfast, kitchen/kitchenettes, and a fitness center.

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The Siren Hotel

1509 Broadway Street
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Siren hotel is centrally located, right next door to the Element Detroit and is only .3 miles/6 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Double occupancy rates starting at $328. The Siren Hotel occupies the former Wurlitzer Building, a landmark, 47,060 square foot, 13-story building built in 1926 and designed in the Renaissance Revival style. The Siren Hotel is part of the ongoing downtown Detroit renaissance in perhaps the best location in the city and comprises of 106 rooms across five categories including eight striking penthouse floor lofted suites. The Siren features an in-house bar & cafe, The Siren Cafe, featuring coffee drinks, freshly roasted coffees, and delectable pastries; The Candy Bar, an in-house speakeasy style bar/lounge, featuring an impressive cocktail menu (oat milk Espresso martini anyone?); Albena tasting restaurant, an 8-seat chef's table helmed by James Beard nominee Chef, Garrett Lipar; and Sid Gold's Request Room, a piano karaoke bar.

Hotel

Westin Book Cadillac Hotel

1114 Washington Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Westin Book Cadillac is centrally located with nearby bars and restaurants, just across Woodward Avenue from the Shinola Hotel (about .2 miles/4 minute walk). It is directly down the street from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange (.1 mile/2 minute walk). Double occupancy rates starting at $449 and selling out quickly. The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit welcomes you to the birthplace of Motown with their historic, landmark hotel that was built in 1924 to help turn Washington Avenue into the “Fifth Avenue of the Midwest.” Now, lovingly restored to the opulence of the era, and continuing to undergo multi-million dollar renovations, the Westin offers luxury hotel rooms, featuring a fitness studio and indoor pool, and the only Starbucks® Reserve Store in Detroit, MI.

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Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney

One Park Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney is centrally located and is .1 miles/3 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Double occupancy rates starting at $468. A hotel by Marriott, the Aloft is located in the historic David Whitney building and is a boutique hotel featuring the W XYZ bar with signature cocktails and light bites, as well as a 24 hour pantry and fitness center.

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Hotel Indigo Detroit Downtown

1020 Washington Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48226
 

Hotel Indigo is centrally located and is .2 miles/4 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange and is directly across the street from the Westin Book Cadillac. Double occupancy rates starting at $326. An IHG boutique hotel, Detroit's musical spirit is reflected in 241 guest rooms and suites with Motown-themed décor and mid-century modern furnishings. Enjoy the foods and flavors of Michigan at The 24 Grille, the music-themed bistro and bar.

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Mint House Detroit

415 Clifford Street
Detroit, MI 48226
 

Mint House is centrally located and is .2 miles/4 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Minimum 3 night stay required, with double occupancy rates starting at $317. Contemporary studios feature kitchens and dining space, plus Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and washer/dryers. The 1- and 2-bedroom apartments have separate living rooms. Features a fitness center. Minimum-stay rules may apply.

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Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Downtown

351 Gratiot Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Hilton Garden Inn is centrally located (and for you baseball fans, is close to Comerica Park) and is .4 miles/8 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Double occupancy rates starting at $307. In the heart of downtown Detroit, a short walk from the dining and entertainment of Greektown. Comerica Park, Ford Field, Detroit Opera House, and the Fillmore are within a half-mile. Enjoy all-day dining at two restaurants – Garden Grille and Chrome Bar & Grille. Fitness center and free wi-fi.

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The Detroit Foundation Hotel

250 W Larned Street
Detroit, MI 48226
 

The Detroit Foundation Hotel is less centrally located, but is still only .5 miles/10 minute walk from the Welcome Party at the Detroit Beer Exchange. Double occupancy rates starting at $431. Set in the city’s circa-1929 fire department headquarters, this sleek, fashionable hotel in Downtown features The Apparatus Room, offering iconic New American cuisine rooted in Midwestern ingredients, as well as thoughtful cocktails crafted by accomplished mixologists. Fitness center, minibars, and room service.

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Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center

Renaissance Center, 400 Renaissance Drive West
Detroit, MI 48243
 

The Detroit Marriott at the RenCen is the farthest hotel on this list from the Welcome Party (.8 miles/18 minute walk) and Downtown Detroit activity, but is the closest hotel to the Detroit Yacht Club, and is the only hotel offering a room block. Use the link to book a room under the Harrilchak/Campbell block by 8/17/2023. Block rates starting at $229/night. This Marriott welcomes you with a contemporary design, a newly renovated modern lobby, and Fuell restaurant, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the downtown skyline, where you can start your morning with breakfast, or stop by later for cocktails and dinner. The Renaissance Center is a group of seven connected skyscrapers in Downtown Detroit on the Detroit International RiverWalk and is owned and used by General Motors as its world headquarters. The central tower has been the tallest building in Michigan since it was erected in 1977.

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