Famous for being the largest city in Michigan as well as giving the musical world the gift of Motown, Detroit offers a unique blend of mid-century style and modern luxuries easy to experience - whether you’re traveling to the acclaimed ‘Motor City’ for work or wanting to see a vintage slice of American history, stay on the edge of it all by having the right transportation ready. Stay close to Wayne County Airport Merriman Road for the most popular airport hotels, many of which offer shuttles, or go with a downtown option to stay close to the city’s expansive Subway and Light Rail systems. Those visiting Cobo Center should especially utilize public transportation, keeping in mind you can also see downtown restaurants, parks, and uptown shopping much easier with a luxury limousine perfect for making each moment a memory.
Start the day early with an easy-going walk through the Art Center District, located just north of downtown and home to The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, all of which blend emotional voices from the world, local, and national. Check out the city’s famous sunset along the Detroit Riverwalk afterward, starting behind the Cobo Center and ending at the ornate MacArthur Bridge, finally exploring the bustling nightlife Detroit is known for. Make sure your dinner’s as good as your entertainment, complimenting the iconic BBQ from Slows Bar BQ with a night of elegant performances at the Detroit Opera House, or go with the popular eats & drinks at Comerica Park, home to downtown baseball games hosted by the Detroit Tigers and a 50-foot Ferris wheel looking out at the city.