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A spacious and splendid banquet hall housed within the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel, the Esquire Room can accommodate a large audience with much ease. Designed in an elegant style, it hosts many corporate events and retreats. The catering for these events, of course, is handled by the expert staff at the hotel itself and they leave no room for disappointment with their impeccable service.
Located in the basement of Saint Andrew's Hall, the Shelter is a live music and DJ performance venue. This cellar venue hosts more intimate concerts. Almost every night of the week you will get a taste of the up-and-coming bands in town. On nights where there is no live music you can listen to alternative rock and punk. Some of the city's most famous bands started performing in this basement venue.
Hip hop, dancehall and electro, if you want to rock to these tunes and more, then come on over to Saint Andrew's Hall where DJ Godfather and Paul Martindale perform. You can also party with the likes of Bowling for Soup and Still Never Fading. The stylish interiors and the state-of-art facilities enliven every event in this eclectic music venue. Throw a party for your friends here or simply come by for some refreshing entertainment!
The Z Lot is nothing like your average parking garage, this is a 10-storey tall behemoth which can easily accommodate more than 1200 vehicles in Downtown Detroit. Leading Graffiti artists from around the globe were hired to paint vibrant murals on the old white building at Liberty Street. The building stretches from the corner of Library & Gratiot to the East Grand River and Broadway. This one-of-a-kind parking lot was the brainchild of the founder of Bedrock Estate Services, Quicken Loans and is the perfect place to watch some of the best muralists in the world at work.
The Detroit Princess riverboat is about everything grand! Docked on the Detroit River near Hart Plaza, the ship undertakes both private as well as public cruises and offers separate private charterers too. The cruises are generally two to three hours long, with the quaint and scenic beauty of the Detroit River placed at your disposal. The ship specializes in a variety of cruises including moonlight cruises, fall color cruises and dinner cruises. Serving as many as 1800 people, the beautifully structured Detroit Princess is used for hosting parties, conferences, family outings and a lot more!