The Siren Hotel

1509 Broadway St | Detroit, MI  [SEE MAP]Detroit, MI  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

caring and compassionate

Apr 14th, 2020

when i called the siren hotel with a non essential question while the hotel was shut down due to governor whitmer's shutdown order. I was instructed to leave a message and they would get back to me. and just like everyother time i have dealt with the siren hotel they put my wants and needs #1, i received a phone call with in the hour from a siren hotel worker and the man i spoke with answered all of my questions. how cool, can't wait until my next visit, i would not even consider staying anywhere else when i visit Detroit. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

Concert

Feb 28th, 2020

Upon arrival, the hotel was a super cute boutique style hotel. But when we got to our room, I almost ran into the bed it was so close to the door. Room wouldn’t cool down, the manager had to force a window open and hold it open with a roll of toilet paper. The tv didn’t work so we had to use our own Netflix account. Our bed was tiny, My husband is 6’1” and we had a full size bed(I requested a queen). The room was maybe the size of a master closet. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Valentine's Day visit

Feb 16th, 2020

Had a wonderful stay! The staff was attentive and welcoming. It was a very chilly day and wish our room was a bit warmer, but the blankets were cozy and the shower hot! We ate at Karls and enjoyed a great sandwich and beer. We will be back! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great in so many ways

Feb 9th, 2020

The warmth of the people and the atmosphere was noticeable as soon as we arrived. The lobby and the bar and the restaurant are all so cozy, cool, and comfortable and everyone working there was easy going and super friendly. The sheets, blanket, pillows and bed were each soft and felt amazing. The giant and gorgeous bathroom was a pleasure and even though the rooms were small, they felt great. The only real problem was that the t.v. there is terrible but there is so much to do around there anyway, not a huge problem. And the location of the Siren is perfect. Right next door to a people mover stop, a short walk from The Guardian, the river, the Michigan building and so many great places to eat and drink as well as so much beauty all around. Loved it. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Too many other options in the area

Feb 5th, 2020

I get that this hotel is trying to break away from the norm of the large chain hotels but there are quite a few things that just don’t work. The lobby is cozy with couches and a bed and the Candy Bar is located off the lobby. The Candy Bar is a nice place to grab a drink before or after a show. The staff were friendly and valet is available ($34 a night). The hotel room is small by any standard and while the bed was comfortable it’s very low to the ground. There was a small cabinet to hang clothes but no drawers. The TV didn’t work during the evening but was fine in the morning. The bathroom was large (this was a handicap accessible room which wasn’t requested) but there were no shelves and the counter space around the sink was minimal. There isn’t a lot of privacy since you can clearly hear people talking in the hallway and could carry on a conversation with them if needed. My reviews are pretty objective so while I know this one calls out a lot of negative items I think it’s only fair to post these types of reviews also. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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