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The Westin Book Cadillac is the place to stay in Detroit if you are looking for historic luxury. The building, which is included on the National Register of Historic Places, offers 453 rooms, 35 of which are suites. In the building there is also a fabulous spa that offers treatments every day of the week. The customer service here is also top notch.
Oozing of opulence, The Inn at 97 Winder is definitely worth the price. Set in a restored 19-century building, its Second Empire architecture is striking. Once inside, get set to be wowed by the sheer elegance of this place. Fabulous artworks, antiques, intricate decorative elements, gilded furniture, marble fireplaces and lavish chandeliers set the tone of this splendid abode. Its 10 distinct rooms are ideal for a romantic getaway. Stroll through their European-style gardens or relax at their stylish parlors. Avail of massage services for a bit of pampering. You can be sure of a memorable stay at this inn.
A country estate in the heart of old Dearborn, the historic The Dearborn Inn, A Marriott Hotel is only a two miles (3.2 kilometers) from Greenfield Village. Built in 1931, this old-fashioned, colonial-style inn is located on acres of superbly landscaped grounds and gardens. Dining options include Edison's American cuisine, and Ten Eyck Tavern like featuring decor that might be found in the old Hudson Valley region of New York. The Georgian architecture and historic décor reflect the past. The hotel has all the amenities, and its location is both a little off the beaten track and convenient to local attractions and eateries and to Detroit's airport and downtown.
A European-style city hotel in downtown Birmingham, The Townsend Hotel is one of the most elegant places to stay in the Midwest. An expansion has added dozens of new rooms and a state-of-the-art health club. Each room has marble baths, traditional furnishings, down pillows, fine Egyptian linens and a balcony. There is round-the-clock concierge service. The Presidential and Penthouse suites have separate dining rooms and parlors ideal for meetings or parties. With its marble floors, cherry paneling, Waterford chandeliers and murals, this is the closest thing to a Manhattan or Parisian hotel one can find in Michigan.