Detroit. It's GO time.™
It's an amazing time to visit Detroit. Infused with a renewed energy and vitality, The D has been transformed with new boutique hotels, big-name shopping, inventive restaurants and thriving local businesses. With so much to see and do, Lonely Planet named Detroit number two in the world "Best In Travel 2018 Top Cities."
It's get comfortable time.
Fortune recently observed: "Hoteliers of all types have taken a shining to the Motor City."
Notable boutique hotels include the exquisite Aloft Detroit at The David Whitney, Detroit Foundation Hotel located in the historic former Detroit Fire Department Headquarters and the Trumbull & Porter in bustling Corktown. Opening soon are The Siren Hotel in the 1926 art deco Wurlitzer building, Shinola Hotel located on thriving Woodward Avenue, and Element Detroit, in the Neo-Gothic Metropolitan Building built in 1925. Luxury suburban properties include the historic Dearborn Inn, elegant Royal Park Hotel and upscale The Townsend Hotel.
It's dinner time.
Breakfast, lunch and snack time, too. A growing foodie hotspot, Food Network says, "The food scene is making it a must-visit." Whet your appetite on everything from international tastes to inventive cuisine to iconic Coney dogs. One to experience is The Apparatus Room, located in the Detroit Foundation Hotel, offering world-class cuisine from Michigan-born and Michelin star-winning chef, Thomas Lent.
It's brewery time.
If beer makes you happy, Detroit's craft brewery and brewpub scene will thrill your flavor buds, with dozens of quality choices at a growing variety of standout places. Downtown, try Atwater Brewery located in the historic Rivertown district or Motor City Brewing Works and its hand-crafted beers. Journey to the suburbs and sample artisan ales at Jolly Pumpkin in Royal Oak, award-winning Griffin Claw Brewing Company in Birmingham or fresh and seasonal specialties at Granite City Brewery in Troy. Detroit has a growing number of distilleries as well. Sample a variety of spirited beverages at Corktown's Two James Spirits or visit Valentine Distilling Company in nearby Ferndale, offering award-winning vodka and a variety of innovative cocktails.
It's shop-play-and-culture time.
Detroit's lively, walkable downtown is flush with shopping including Carhartt®, Shinola®, Nike®, John Varvatos™ and Lululemon. In the nearby suburbs, Great Lakes Crossing Outlets is the state's largest outlet center, with more than 185 stores, restaurants and it is home to Legoland Discovery Center Michigan and Sea Life Michigan Aquarium. Outstanding world-class attractions include Detroit Institute of Arts: its collection is among the top in the U.S. The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation showcases past innovations in forward-thinking ways and Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History houses the world's largest permanent exhibit on African American culture.
It's game time.
The new Little Caesars Arena is home of the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons. This entertainment center features state-of-the-art technology, innovative amenities and beautifully designed public spaces. If you're looking for a game of chance, Detroit is home to three world-class casinos, each with an accompanying luxury hotel: MotorCity Casino Hotel, Greektown Casino-Hotel and MGM Grand Detroit.
It's Detroit's time to shine — and time for your group to experience it for yourselves. Detroit. It's GO time.