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Beautiful hotel, chock full of history. Staff was wonderful, restaurant, particularly breakfast was above par. Bed comfy and all of the usual J.W. Marriott amenities. Room was dated (it is a historic hotel, right?) so that made it a bit too small for two people. The bathroom was microscopic with minimal counter space. I would say that for one person, it was the right size. If they have a suite that would be better for two people. Otherwise great hotel and great staff. Also, beautifully decorated for the holidays.
When we got to the hotel the room rate was $70.00 per night more than what was quoted on the internet. We were not correctly informed where the package breakfast was to be provided at, hence being charged for breakfast.
I thought the staff was trying to make up for the shortcomings that the Marriot chain placed on them. There were several areas of concern. The first was the charge for internet service while in your room; I've stayed in much less expensive hotels where internet service was free. The 2nd bothersome item was the noise created by the air conditioning unit. I thought I was at the airport with planes taking off. The room was clean however the hallways were not. And finally, why do they provide the cheapest toilet paper known to man. Awful!!!!
As usual our dinner was fabulous. The food and service is outstanding!!
Beautiful property. Great staff, extremely small rooms.
Smack in the middle of Ford development land, this beautiful hotel has been well maintained and seemingly updated on a regular bases. A part from the classic mouldings, doors, and handles, there is nothing that makes this place feel old. I loved the room layout and couldn't have asked for more from this treasure of the past.
We were in town for the NCAA tourney and booked a number of rooms at this hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and found The Dearborn Inn to be perfect for a gathering of friends. The common areas were spacious and graciously appointed, the bar was lots of fun, and our room was especially nice (newly renovated). We enjoyed a bountiful and reasonably priced breakfast buffet and also dinner in the more formal Early American Dining Room (a little pricey but wonderful). Great location midway between airport and downtown, just a short drive to The Henry Ford Museum as well as shopping and dining in Dearborn. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. Lots of charm and class for the money.
I visited the Inn just for a relaxing weekend . The room was beautiful and the staff was extremely pleasant. Room service was top quality. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Historic style complements the gracious service offered by every staff member. The site itself is a trip back in time, with a calm and restful atmosphere. Meals at both the grille and the restaurant were well-prepared and served. As a woman traveling alone, I felt perfectly safe and comfortable in all areas of the property. Every employee -- desk, maintenance, housekeeping, food service -- was cordial and willing to make my stay as pleasant as possible. I would return without hesitation.
This year I chose the Dearborn Inn for annual visit to the auto show, based on history, location, and consistently good reviews. I was not disappointed at all. Despite some smell of cigarette smoke in our hallway, everything else was great. The daily breakfast was fantastic and well worth the additional charge. Can't wait to visit in the summer when the pool is open.
Like everyone else is saying, this place charges you for the internet AND COFFEE. They have the little coffee makers but only supply you with limited cream and sugar, no big deal but its a fancy hotel coffee should be limitless and free in the lobby. The rooms were extremely small even for 2 people. The bed was small and the bathroom......small with no exhaust fan. Asthetically beautiful hotel. The staff was amazing at your beck and call, except the front desk. The first night we checked in teh YOUNG KID acted like he really didnt care for us there. The food was sub par I have had better food at diners with similar prices. Would I recommend it.........I dont have knowledge of the other hotels in detroit but if the other hotels are clean and cheap, then I would recommend other hotels.
Air vents were fifth. Heater would not heat above 71 degrees. Hotel did not have elevator in the cottages.
It's close to Warren St where most of the Middle Eastern stores are located. This hotel was rated by 8 and the cleanliness was poor and the room smells very bad.
Location was close to he Ford Museum and easy to find. Free shuttle from motel. The staff was friendly and helpful answering any questions about the area and recommendations. Lastly, the breakfast was great!
Every thing was very good ...staff resiption cleaning pofee break fast
All of the above. Best breakfast ever eaten in any hotel. no
The pool was nice for the grandkids. Room was ok
We enjoyed the pool. The hotel is located very close to the Ford attractions, which is why we picked this hotel. The breakfast was great - there were many choices and lots of seating. The room was small and not very clean. The carpet in the hallway was stained badly.
Great location for me. Actually looks into Greenfield Village. It's looking a bit tattered.
The friendliness of the room maids and the good breakfast that was served every day. It was fine and served our needs very well.
Everything is as I expected
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Clean room, very nice breakfast choices at no charge,shuttle service to local attractions very convenient, courteous staff. No
Convenience to the Greenfield Village and Museum. The shuttle service to both. Breakfast buffet was not all that great. Food in chafing dishes was lukewarm and one morning the biscuits were hard. Also had problem with air conditioning in room. Asked front desk on two occasions to check it out and not done. Left early.