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Detroit, MI Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 175
Total Sleeping Rooms 40,000
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,500
Committable Meeting Rooms* 30
Convention Center Space 1,144,847 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 723,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $106
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $65
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $385
*Maximum for a single hotel

Detroit, MI Things to Do and Attractions

Belle Isle Park

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Three miles east of downtown in the Detroit River sits Belle Isle Park, the largest island park in the United States at 982 acres. In view of the 58-foot-tall marble lighthouse, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy running, biking, fishing and boating at

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Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

The largest museum dedicated to African American history in the world, the Charles H. Wright Museum features over 30,000 artifacts and materials from African American culture housed among seven exhibits. The 22,000-square-foot And Still We Rise

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Detroit Casinos

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The MotorCity, MGM Grand, and Greektown casinos offer visitors exciting gaming options, from slots to poker to table games. The 70,000-square-foot, four-story MotorCity features live entertainment, while the MGM Grand boasts over 4,000 slots

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Detroit Historical Museum

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Founded in 1928, the Detroit Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving the intriguing history of the Detroit area, from its origins as a French frontier town to the 1920s economic boom when the city established its reputation as an automotive

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Detroit Princess Riverboat Cruises

Visitors relish the two-and-a-half hour lunch and dinner cruises aboard the elegant, five-deck Detroit Princess riverboat. Originally built as a gambling boat to sail on the Mississippi River, the Detroit Princess now makes daily trips along the

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Greektown

Beginning in the 1880s by Greek immigrants settling in Detroit in search of jobs, Greektown is a historic district bursting with restaurants, lounges, shops and attractions among stunning Victorian buildings. So lively it is often referred to as

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Joe Louis Arena

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Joe Louis Arena is home to the Detroit Red Wings, three-time Stanley Cup winners and the pride of the city since 1932. Named after former heavyweight champion and Detroit native Joe Louis, the $57-million arena remains one of the few in the National

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Motown Historical Museum

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"Hitsville USA" was the name given to Motown Records' first headquarters when purchased by owner Berry Gordy in 1959. Aptly named, the headquarters served as the recording studio for such hits by artists Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Marvin Gaye,

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The Henry Ford

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Located in Dearborn, Michigan, about 6 miles from downtown Detroit, The Henry Ford is the largest indoor/outdoor history museum in the United States. The museum features a variety of unique exhibits and experiences relating to numerous American

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Michael Symon’s Roast

Acclaimed Iron Chef Michael Symon's delivers a mighty meaty menu at his Detroit 200-seat restaurant. Items range include beef cheek pierogies, three styles of dry-aged beef and comforting sides like mac & cheese and cheddar grits. The restaurant has

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Iridescence

Iridescence is Detroit’s 4 Diamond-rated restaurant. Located at the top of the Motor City Casino, its menu features such tongue-twisters as foie gras torchon - PB & J, black quinoa au printemps, and a mixed grill of venison, quail, and lamb.

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The Rattlesnake Club

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Nestled on the riverfront in downtown Detroit, the Rattlesnake Club delivers both elegant dining and some of the most breathtaking views in the city. Guests can gaze upon the Detroit skyline and riverfront as they dine on menu favorites such as

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The Whitney Restaurant

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Featuring an award-winning menu in the setting of an American palace, the Whitney Mansion delivers a truly one-of-a-kind dining experience. Originally built as a 19th century estate by lumber baron David Whitney, Jr., the three-story building has

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