Hotels near Warrendale
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Tucked into the far west corner of the city, Warrendale is one of Detroit's largest and most culturally diverse neighborhoods. A steady influx of Arab immigrants in the 20th century has given the neighborhood its flavor, from the Middle Eastern grocery markets on Warren Avenue to the gas-station sandwich shops on Joy Road. Warrendale is also well known for its collection of karoake-themed lounges, Coney Island hot-dog joints, and burlesque bars. This area is among the city's least tourist-oriented neighborhoods and can be rough around the edges, so only adventurous visitors who know where they're headed make the trip here.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Warrendale

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Corktown Inn
Corktown Inn
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2.8
498 reviews
1331 Trumbull St, Detroit
from $48
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
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3.9
1523 reviews
1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit
from $129
Atheneum Suite Hotel
Atheneum Suite Hotel
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3.6
1122 reviews
1000 Brush Avenue, Detroit
from $138
Viking Motel Detroit
Viking Motel Detroit
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2.7
47 reviews
2720 Grand River Avenue, Detroit
from $55
Hotel St. Regis
Hotel St. Regis
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3.3
714 reviews
3071 W Grand Blvd, Detroit
from $97
MGM Grand Detroit
MGM Grand Detroit
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4.1
356 reviews
1777 3rd Street, Detroit
from $249
Detroit Regency Hotel
Detroit Regency Hotel
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3.3
557 reviews
1999 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit
from $69
The Inn on Ferry Street
The Inn on Ferry Street
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4.4
454 reviews
84 East Ferry Street, Detroit
from $109
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
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3.4
1153 reviews
Renaissance Center - 400 Renaissance Drive, Detroit
from $179
Greektown Casino Hotel
Greektown Casino Hotel
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4.1
1151 reviews
1200 Saint Antoine St, Detroit
from $130
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Tucked into the far west corner of the city, Warrendale is one of Detroit's largest and most culturally diverse neighborhoods. A steady influx of Arab immigrants in the 20th century has given the neighborhood its flavor, from the Middle Eastern grocery markets on Warren Avenue to the gas-station sandwich shops on Joy Road. Warrendale is also well known for its collection of karoake-themed lounges, Coney Island hot-dog joints, and burlesque bars. This area is among the city's least tourist-oriented neighborhoods and can be rough around the edges, so only adventurous visitors who know where they're headed make the trip here.

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