It's time to plan your next meeting in Detroit and be amazed by The D's renewed energy and vitality. It has been transformed with new boutique hotels, residential developments, restaurants, thriving local businesses and world-class attractions. Lonely Planet named Detroit No. 2 in the world of "Top In Travel 2018."
Detroit is moving into its next phase of substantial growth, with $2.1 billion in development projects planned. At the former Hudson's department store site, construction has begun on an 800-foot tower with one million square feet of retail, office, residential units and public space. Little Caesars Arena, home of the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons, features state-of-the-art technology, innovative amenities and beautifully designed public spaces.
Fortune noted: "Hoteliers of all types have taken a shining to the Motor City." New and distinctive boutique hotels offer a unique Detroit experience. There are approximately 33,000 metro area hotel rooms, plus more than 5,000 located downtown.
It's Detroit's time to shine and time for your group to experience it all.