Sunday, June 29, 2014

Hotel St. Regis Review

The Hotel St. Regis is a storied hotel in downtown Detroit. The hotel has hosted a number of storied musicians, politicians, and other important persons, and it still cuts a mean figure on West Grand Boulevard. The rooms have a classic dignity to them while providing blazing-fast internet and a solid swath of cable channels. The hotel contains La Musique, a restaurant that provides their own unique take on classic American and continental cuisine. Chef Mike ensures that the widest amount of visitors will be able to find something amazing on his menu without compromising his vision for the restaurant.img_trans 20154_39_y

The hotel is centrally located no matter when individuals want to go to a Detroit casino, museum, Cobo Arena, Lions or Tigers game, or have a convention or other meeting in the area. The hotel is a short distance away from Ypsilanti and Flint for those visitors that wish to get a better sense of southern Michigan.

The valet parking was a nice touch, ensuring that an individual had their car within 5 minutes of calling downstairs; for those individuals that lose their ticket, the valets will take steps above and beyond to ensure that the vehicle is brought out in short order. Overall, the Hotel St. Regis is a great value for family or business travel. The hotel’s friendly service and plush roms will provide a great beginning or end to a Detroit or southern Michigan visit. A room will cost around $135-150 for one night when one calculates taxes.

Hotel St. Regis Review / 3071 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48202 /