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Ground transportation to Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Find retail shops and fine restaurants as you make your way through the terminals at Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Enjoy the beautiful Northwest scenery as well as prime business dealings that only Detroit: Motor City can offer. On top of being one of the highest rated facilities in the country, Detroit Metropolitan Airport is the busiest in the state. The facility is located on a massive plot of land, giving guests plenty of space to arrive to their terminal, enjoy a quick walk, or grab an afternoon snack hassle-free.
There are two garages at Detroit Metropolitan Airport; The Big Blue Deck (closest to North Terminal) and The McNamara Garage (closest to McNamara Terminal). Both are covered and offer daily as well as hourly parking, however McNamara is the only garage with valet. For the lowest daily rate, head to either of the Green surface Lots, and be sure to utilize DTW automatic parking system, which offers immediate payment through automatic credit card machines.
DTW Airport has a knack for making every passenger feel comfortable enough to float away. Important services like currency exchange (A34) as well as specialty services amenities like shoe-shining (A46, A34) are scattered throughout the facility. For busy moms, there are three separate play areas for children, located near Gates A18, B20, and C6, not to mention family restrooms, which are strategically located near each play area. Because Terminal A is the second-longest concourse in the world, the airport installed an indoor train system that whisks passengers at 30 mph.
With award-winning concessions and one-of-a-kind candy shops, the food at DTW Airport is well worth exploring. Most of the shops are located in the Terminal A strip. Spend some time shopping at casual apparel stores like Brooks Brothers (Central Link area) or Johnston & Murphy (A43). Transform your look through accessories at Monarch Gifts (A21), home to designer purses and specialty gifts. If you find yourself in the North Terminal, grab some reading material at the local Detroit Market Place (D16) or the internationally famous Sports Illustrated Store (D20). You can also grab last-minute devices, from noise-cancelling headphones to portable chargers, at Tech for Takeoff (D15).
Satisfy your stress by making sure your stomach is tame, and do so by eating at one of the many delicious restaurants scattered across the main terminals. If you’re walking through Terminal A, enjoy a quick drink at either Slapshots (A24) or The Shed (A1). If you’re the type that likes coffee at every hour, enjoy a hand-roasted beverage at Illy Coffee & Fountain Bar (Centurylink Area). You can also enjoy a casual sit-down experience at Max & Erma's (A12) or the famous Longhorn Steakhouse (A66). Terminal A is also home to a slue of fast-food joints, which include Coney Island (A24), Popeye’s (A60) and the locally famous Detroit Street Lunchbox (A74).