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From Motown music to motorcar magic, Detroit, Michigan is an unpolished gem. A visit to the city’s historic Henry Ford Museum offers insights and exhibitions from United States incredible automotive history. 

Located in Lake Huron between Michigan's Upper and Lower peninsulas, Mackinac Island offers an idyllic escape. The island is a National Historic Landmark, renowned for its natural beauty, historic fort and the storied Grand Hotel Mackinac Island.

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The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport

The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Our 4-Star classification designates those properties with well-appointed, deluxe accommodations, extensive amenities and comprehensive guest services. Expect attention to detail and a warm and hospitable staff ready to cater to your needs. These superb properties offer a truly refined getaway.
Detroit, Michigan

Conveniently located inside Detroit Metropolitan Airport, this hotel provides a relaxing retreat with views of the tarmac or the serene atrium.

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The Motown Museum provides a glimpse into Berry Gordy’s famed Motown Records, where such musical icons as Smokey Robinson, the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder recorded many of their hits.

During the spring, summer, and fall, food trucks vend some of the freshest fares in The D. Detroit’s myriad downtown neighborhoods also serve up a range of local craft beers and tasty cuisine along the riverfront and beyond.

Lady Luck awaits at three Las Vegas-style casinos. There are also innovative theatres, enlightening museums, and three sports stadiums. In fact, Detroit’s marvelous theater district is the second largest in the country, next to New York City.

Lovely Lake St. Clair straddles the upper east side of Detroit, with plenty of bicycle paths, shops, and marinas, ideal for outdoor adventures. Detroit, America’s Great Comeback City, is ready to roll.

What To Do

Keep your eyes on the skies at the Michigan Science Center.

Sit and sip in the city’s cozy lounge at Kresge Court at the wonderfully eclectic Detroit Institute of the Arts. 

In 1904, Detroit opened the country’s first aquarium, Belle Isle Aquarium. Today, you can still see distant relatives of those first clownfish, seahorses, and electric eels. 

The Motown Museum will captivate music lovers, chronicling the influence of the label and its music on the culture and politics of its time. 

Go nautical with a boat ride on enchanting Lake St. Clair near Detroit’s east side in Macomb.