Hotels near Southwest Detroit
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Experience Motown's sports scene in Downtown Detroit. Once a commercial district lined with extravagant movie theaters and huge department stores, this area has recently become a residential area packed with professional sports venues. Besides Joe Louis Arena, home of the NHL's Red Wings, Comerica Park baseball stadium was inaugurated in 2000 to replace Tiger Stadium, and Ford Field became the home of the Detroit Lions in 2002. In the center of the sports action is an area that maintains its old-town charm, with art deco landmarks such as swanky Fox Theatre, the Pewabic-tiled Guardian Building, and comic-book-Gothic One Detroit Center. Catch a game or slide into Hockeytown Cafe for a pitcher of beer, HDTV sports, and deep-fried "red wings."

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Southwest Detroit

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Joe Louis ArenaFord Field
The Inn on Ferry Street
The Inn on Ferry Street
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4.4
467 reviews
84 East Ferry Street, Detroit
from $109
Detroit Regency Hotel
Detroit Regency Hotel
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3.3
562 reviews
1999 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit
from $69
Hotel St. Regis
Hotel St. Regis
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3.3
714 reviews
3071 W Grand Blvd, Detroit
from $96
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
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3.9
1521 reviews
1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit
from $129
MotorCity Casino Hotel
MotorCity Casino Hotel
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4.0
1732 reviews
2901 Grand River Ave, Detroit
from $189
Corktown Inn
Corktown Inn
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2.8
505 reviews
1331 Trumbull St, Detroit
from $48
Viking Motel Detroit
Viking Motel Detroit
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2.8
47 reviews
2720 Grand River Avenue, Detroit
from $55
Greektown Casino Hotel
Greektown Casino Hotel
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4.1
1166 reviews
1200 Saint Antoine St, Detroit
from $130
Atheneum Suite Hotel
Atheneum Suite Hotel
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3.6
1130 reviews
1000 Brush Avenue, Detroit
from $138
MGM Grand Detroit
MGM Grand Detroit
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4.1
364 reviews
1777 3rd Street, Detroit
from $249
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Experience Motown's sports scene in Downtown Detroit. Once a commercial district lined with extravagant movie theaters and huge department stores, this area has recently become a residential area packed with professional sports venues. Besides Joe Louis Arena, home of the NHL's Red Wings, Comerica Park baseball stadium was inaugurated in 2000 to replace Tiger Stadium, and Ford Field became the home of the Detroit Lions in 2002. In the center of the sports action is an area that maintains its old-town charm, with art deco landmarks such as swanky Fox Theatre, the Pewabic-tiled Guardian Building, and comic-book-Gothic One Detroit Center. Catch a game or slide into Hockeytown Cafe for a pitcher of beer, HDTV sports, and deep-fried "red wings."

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