Hotels near Capitol Park
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Located in Downtown Detroit just west of Woodward Avenue, Capitol Park is a neighborhood as unique as its structure. This historic district is essentially a triangular piece of land that's home to a public park and a network of classic buildings that are more comparable to mini skyscrapers than the massive towers in neighboring districts. Join the regulars in daily routines like feeding the pigeons or conversations on disheartening subjects such as Detroit Lions history. Any activity carried out in this neighborhood is best conducted under the watch of the sun. Once it goes down, Capitol Park goes from a warm slice of tranquility to a forsaken land haunted by the homeless.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Capitol Park

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Joe Louis ArenaFord Field
Hotel St. Regis
Hotel St. Regis
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3.2
704 reviews
3071 W Grand Blvd, Detroit
from $96
The Corktown Hotel
The Corktown Hotel
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2.5
509 reviews
1331 Trumbull St, Detroit
from $51
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
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3.5
1264 reviews
Renaissance Center - 400 Renaissance Drive, Detroit
from $179
MGM Grand Detroit
MGM Grand Detroit
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4.1
354 reviews
1777 3rd Street, Detroit
from $249
Atheneum Suite Hotel
Atheneum Suite Hotel
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3.8
1120 reviews
1000 Brush Avenue, Detroit
from $138
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
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3.8
1509 reviews
1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit
from $129
Detroit Regency Hotel
Detroit Regency Hotel
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3.4
579 reviews
1999 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit
from $69
Greektown Casino Hotel
Greektown Casino Hotel
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4.1
1141 reviews
1200 Saint Antoine St, Detroit
from $130
Inn On Ferry Street
Inn On Ferry Street
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4.4
460 reviews
84 E Ferry St, Detroit
from $109
MotorCity Casino Hotel
MotorCity Casino Hotel
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3.9
1744 reviews
2901 Grand River Ave, Detroit
from $189
More About Hotels near Capitol Park...

Located in Downtown Detroit just west of Woodward Avenue, Capitol Park is a neighborhood as unique as its structure. This historic district is essentially a triangular piece of land that's home to a public park and a network of classic buildings that are more comparable to mini skyscrapers than the massive towers in neighboring districts. Join the regulars in daily routines like feeding the pigeons or conversations on disheartening subjects such as Detroit Lions history. Any activity carried out in this neighborhood is best conducted under the watch of the sun. Once it goes down, Capitol Park goes from a warm slice of tranquility to a forsaken land haunted by the homeless.

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