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Delux Lounge bills itself as an "old-school cocktail bar." It's really more than just another bar, functioning as whatever themed event is going on during any given night. Sports events are popular, as are holiday-themed gatherings, DJ nights and live music gigs. No matter what, reasonably priced drink and food specials are guaranteed. DJs are featured on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and karaoke nights are held here each Wednesday with no cover charge necessary. This is also one of the only nightclubs in the area to play old school pop, rock and funk music. VIP areas are available and you can call ahead to reserve a table.
Once thought of as a luxury, spa treatments are now seen as part of a holistic approach to wellness. Woodhouse Day Spa offers such holistic wellness treatments and will leave you with an unforgettable spa experience. As soon as you check in, the spa concierge will whisk you away to begin the relaxation and rejuvenation process, starting with a cup a freshly brewed tea and a luxurious robe to change into. The knowledgeable stall will tailor your spa experience, ensuring they go above and beyond your expectations. You can truly unwind with a Sleep Treatment, enjoy a couples massage, or even have the unique Restorative Steam Cell Facial. With over 70 different treatments on offer, you'll find exactly what you're looking for.
There’s nothing quite like a night at Detroit’s own Cliff Bell’s: amazing cocktails, live jazz, and award-winning cuisine. The jazz and supper club is all vaulted ceilings, leather booths, and burnished Mahogany. It originally opened in the 1930s, and after it shut its doors in 1985, was reopened in 2005 after painstaking renovations. It’s once again part and parcel of Detroit’s remarkable Jazz scene, which predates and influenced the Motown explosion. Grab a Detroit Dirty Martini and settle down for a sultry evening of great music.
For a truly rejuvenating spa experience, head down to MotorCity Casino Hotel and visit their luxurious D.Tour Spa. This spacious spa features ten exquisite treatment rooms along with rain shower facilities, saunas and thermal whirlpools. Spend an afternoon here treating yourself to one of their many treatment options ranging from massages and facials to manicures, pedicures and body scrubs. Couples treatments are also available and make for a romantic experience.
The Northern Lights Lounge is a neighborhood bar that has an inviting, laid-back atmosphere. The bartenders here can mix up a wide variety of drinks, and a selection of favorite bar food like burgers and fries is available. There are often DJs here, and they even take requests! There is also a dance floor that is where the party is at. Occasionally a live jazz band will play as well.
Few cities have anything as splendid as this nearly 1000 acre (404.68 hectare) island park. Accessible by the MacArthur Bridge, Belle Isle has been a favorite place for relaxation and recreation, plus it's a great spot to watch the ore freighters gliding down the river. Around the island, there is a beach, a conservatory, formal gardens, an old lighthouse, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, lagoons, picnic areas and much more. The Scott Fountain, with its imposing gargoyles, provides a great evening light show. Entry to the park itself is free, however there is a fee for vehicles entering the park.
Built for memorial purposes, the William Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse is a fluted tower of Georgian marble that stands a proud 80 feet (24.38 meters) tall. The lighthouse is named after William Livingstone, a mariner and president of the Lake Carrier's Association, who improved the shipping lanes and channels of the Great Lakes region during his time on the board from 1909 to 1925. Designed by the famed architect, Albert Khan, whose other works can be found around the city, the lighthouse was built in 1929 and dedicated in 1930. The light from the bronze lantern room atop the lighthouse can be seen from as far as 15 miles (24.14 kilometers) away.
Small's is a very popular bar lodged in the beautiful city of Hamtramck. It is considered as one of the best rock venues by a number of magazines and critics alike. Housed in what was formerly a bank, Small's front room is home to an Art Deco era mahogany bar stocked with an impressive selection of 53 variants of beer and top shelf liquor. You also get one of the best 'Jukeboxes' here which belts out some great tunes. Then there is the back room which has one of the best live rooms in town, where bands have gigs and keep audiences entertained. Besides this, the bar also boasts of a pool table and arcade games arena which adds to the overall fun quotient. You can also expect great acts at this place which is considered to have the best sound system around town. "Small" only in name, this bar promises the best in drinks and entertainment.
More than just a way to pamper yourself, a massage or treatment from Om Spa is an investment in your wellness. Located in Dearborn, this day spa has created a serene and relaxing environment by offering a wide range of treatment options, a professionally trained staff and luxurious amenities. Choose from a well rounded spa menu that includes facials, wraps, massages, manicures and pedicures, and hair removal. Om Spa offers both Eastern and Western treatments, including some unusual and delightful services like The Peaceful Warrior: Thai Herbal Poultice Massage. They also offer Metoto Massage for Couples, a relaxing treatment for two that makes a perfect date.
Heritage Park is a popular destination, especially in the spring and summer. This huge park features many activities that would entice you to visit again and again. Go swimming in the pool, enjoy the beautiful garden, try your luck at the catch-and-release fishing pond, or go on a hike. Kids will love the playground and the moderately priced petting farm where they can get up-close-and-personal with animals.