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This hotel is a solid choice for a place to stay near downtown Detroit. Rooms are nice and comfy. We stayed here because its close to Joe Louis area ( 5mins walk ). Staff were very nice and helpful. Only slight downside was that the...More
Response from Jenny K, Guest Relations Manager at Trumbull and Porter Hotel DetroitResponded 25 April 2017
The only thing we love more than our city is knowing that we've exceeded a guest's expectations! If you're looking for a great location, you found it at Trumbull & Porter; the Joe Louis area is one of our favorite stomping grounds. We...More
We stayed here foe a concert at Joe Lewis Arena.Just found it online,the price seemed good and I thought it was free gated parking part of why I booked it,but it was $10 more.Mot a big deal but when you think you saw it on...More
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Response from Jenny K, Guest Relations Manager at Trumbull and Porter Hotel DetroitResponded 22 April 2017
We're happy to share that the Red Dunn Kitchen will soon be a (fabulous!) addition to our hotel. A casual restaurant with both indoor and outdoor courtyard seating, it's the perfect place to enjoy America cuisine with a twist. We hope you'll join...More
The building will be a nice one, when construction is done. Until then, I can't recommend this hotel. There were many problems.
The walls ate incredibly thin. I could hear the couple next door talking to each other as clearly as if they were sitting...More
Thank Jason S
Response from Jenny K, Guest Relations Manager at Trumbull and Porter Hotel DetroitResponded 19 April 2017
Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. We're very sorry for the issues you encountered and are sharing this with our team right away. Please know this is not the usual Trumbull and Porter experience, and we truly apologize for...More
A nice looking boutique hotel, but I found is a bit guilty of "the triumph of form over function". The rooms are pleasant enough. When I visited there was a strong smell of paint, which in a way is a good sign that the rooms...More
Response from Jenny K, Guest Relations Manager at Trumbull and Porter Hotel DetroitResponded 14 April 2017
When guests stay at Trumbull and Porter Hotel, we want to offer both beauty and function, and we're listening to your feedback and sharing it with our team. Knowing how we can make guests more comfortable is invaluable, and we're glad to know...More
Very cool, modern hotel! My associates and I stay in hotels at least three nights each week. It's always refreshing to stay in ones that break the mold. Trumbull and Porter is conveniently located right downtown near the river. Each room features nice bathrooms, quality...More
US$140 - US$261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello Cathryn,Trumpull and Porter Hotel is less than 1 mile (0.9 to be exact) away from the Joe Lewis Arena. Duccy, Turk444, & HaroldM19 are spot on with their time estimates for driving or walking. Have a great day!
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The area is for the most part safe. Corktown is an up and coming area so aesthetically you might think it is unsafe due to the state of the roads or the odd abandoned building but the the neighborhood is well populated and... More
The area is for the most part safe. Corktown is an up and coming area so aesthetically you might think it is unsafe due to the state of the roads or the odd abandoned building but the the neighborhood is well populated and right next to bustling downtown. There's a bunch of coffee shops, bars, restaurants, and breweries along Michigan Avenue and among the neighborhood. You can easily get to the riverfront from the hotel. The giant abandoned Michigan Central Station is in Corktown and is definitely a must see; however, I wouldn't go exploring around the building at night. (Again, not that I have heard of crimes happening around there, but because it's just kinda haunting and decrepit).
Mexicantown is right on the other side of I-96 from Corktown and easy to get to via Bagley or Vernor. Another safe neighborhood with some unique restaurants.
The rougher parts of the city are generally further from the core and most visitors are unlikely to see the more dangerous areas.
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It's way down the hall and was super quiet with view of the city"