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at the The Dearborn Inn, A Marriott Hotel
Weekend trip home.
Jul 14th, 2019
Beautiful hothome.i will stay in no other place! rounds. Food is fabulous & a great price! The staff was the best I have experienced. Friendly & knowledgable..each employee we passed made great eye contact smiling with questions of how they can make our stay better. It was my birthday & they found it in my profile and send up 2 amentities...champaigne & beautiful deserts! A wow factor of a perfect score! Don't forget the outdoor pool ..omg! Heated and beautiful. When I return home again this is my Go too! Thanks for a great weekend! Love to Norma! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Needs updating - past glory is now overpowered by dingyness
Jul 13th, 2019
I have been coming back to this landmark hotel on and off for about 20 years, usually related to my job, when I have a layover at DTW or business in the area. As I recall, every time I have the feeling that the place is rather appealing in setting and historic connection, but the rooms and amenities are more aptly described as "old" than as "historic". Almost like in "Groundhog Day", it seems I ask about that at the front desk, and they say that an overhaul of the guest rooms is planned to soon commence, and the result would be to combine the historic with the modern and clean. But alas, every time I come it is the same story. But, different from "Groundhog Day", every time the rooms are a bit more outdated and in worse need of maintenance. During my last visit a few days ago, the fine line between "historic" and just "old" has been crossed. I felt quite appalled that all this potential is wasted by rooms and hallways that surely looked the same in 1970 as they look now. And in this situation, also the fact that the bathroom sink doesn't drain right, the room door was jammed and required a strong push to even close and lock (twice we forgot, and the door remained ajar - a safety risk against intruders and in the case of fires), and the windows are so tiny (it seems like 2x2 feet) and behind tree canopy that even on the brightest summer day the room is in twilight. It also didn't help that service is not particularly caring - the lady wrote the wrong room number on the key package, which means having to go all the way back to the lobby with all the luggage to solve the riddle; and it requires taking the same dingy elevator that seems to still hold the stale cigarette smell of the 1970s, which they seem to want to cover by Lysol, but which results in a particularly revolting odor. Please, do Henry Ford a favor, and finally fix up this place! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Great stay at a beautiful property!
Jul 11th, 2019
Second time staying at this hotel and it did not disappoint! From the front desk staff, to the accommodations everything is top notch. Plus the pool is always a huge hit with our kids. Nice and convenient location across the street from the Ford compound. Also a simple, quick drive to downtown Detroit! Can't wait to return on our next trip to the Motor City!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Jul 3rd, 2019
Very good and big hotel with big parking and rooms, cottages with swimming pool fast check inn and checkout good rooms interior and clean rooms and lobby. Big lawns nice banquet halls nice bar. Very big property TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
The Epitome of Average
Jun 21st, 2019
This property supposed to be one of the best in Detroit, which in itself does not boast very good hotels. However, when we stayed here for the Father's Day weekend, the service was ridiculous. We were not greeted when we arrived at the desk and the people at the front desk were not courteous. My Titanium status was not recognized and the service received was minimal. When I wanted to talk to the manager on duty, he was unfriendly and abrasive and condescending. I supposed to receive a nice upgrade, which unfortunately, was not honored. While the lobby is pretty well designed and decorated, the rooms are so basic and dated. I saw better rooms in hotels along the interstate than in this so called "luxury property". The nostalgic memorabilia does not replace a welcoming service. Mr. Ford will not stay here, but would rather enjoy "The Henry", The dinner food was good, except for the terrible pork belly. Breakfast was decent. Indeed, this property is more like a average inn, than a luxury property. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER