Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Detroit does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Siren Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Ford Field (0.2 mi) and Detroit-Windsor Tunnel (0.6 mi) make The Siren Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Detroit.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at The Siren Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. Guests of The Siren Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, there is paid public parking available nearby.
While in Detroit be sure to experience local fish and chips favorites at Sweetwater Tavern, Traffic Jam & Snug Restaurant, or Cornerstone Barrel House.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular architectural buildings such as The Guardian Building, GM Renaissance Center, and Campus Martius Park.
The Siren Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Detroit.
I have a stay booked there this summer. With COVID numbers going up, a broken link on their web page, and conflicting information on Resy, I called to ask questions and get clarification on a few things. Whoever answered was extremely snobby and unhelpful, and kept repeating "I mean, it's all online." Makes me want to cancel my booking with them.
I stayed in February 2021 for a staycation, and had a fantastic time. The hotel was very clean, with lots of pandemic protocols that made me feel safe. The staff went above and beyond what I would have anticipated. They contacted me by email ahead of time more than once to see if I had questions. They insisted on bringing up a wine opener, glasses, and extra chairs. Every person I interacted with was terrific. They have a new TV system that was weird, but they helped me figure out how to make it work. I had friends visit for the evening, and was able to get a room that gave us room to eat and play games. Calling ahead for room info is helpful. The stylish hotel, with a cool lobby and unique rooms, was really fantastic. The decor, the amenities, and the toiletries were very nice. The location is also excellent. I will definitely return again!…
The style of the bathrooms is beautiful. I loved that the bed was up on the floor above us. It gave us a lot of room to move around below. A fridge in the room would be nice and a faster moving elevator. But overall, friendly staff and great location downtown. We had an amazing view from the 13th floor room. We could see Comerica Park, Woodward Ave, the whale mural, a dog park, and an old church
Stayed here on 2/13 for anniversary/VDay. The decor is eclectic, classy and beautiful. We loved the look and feel. It’s a place for photo shoots and date nights. Our room was very clean but small (we expected that after reading other reviews; it was fine since we were staying for only one night.) We quickly dropped our belongings in our room and left for a night on the town. I recommend the Rusted Crow for delicious cocktails & food. A quick 5 minute walk. This hotels location is perfect. Fast forward, the night’s over & we’re back at our hotel room. Their basic Queen Studio for $211/night total. An incessant clanging (think putting plates away) coming from the ceiling vent in the bathroom ALL Night Loooong. I recorded it for the front desk staff. We were tired. It was too late to do anything plus the hotel was full; it’s not like they could have offered us another room. They gave us $50 off the room which was appreciated. The room was hot and I couldn’t get the darn window to open. Heat was off completely the entire stay and it was never cooler than 68 degrees. The bathroom has really nice tile work and clean. The ceilings throughout the room are tall. Gives it a more spacious feel. The shower was alright. No shower curtain & water was spraying sideways into the sink and room area. I had to use the ironing board to knock the angle of the shower head to spray towards the floor🤷🏼♀️Low pressure as well. Took forever to rinse my hair. Pretty sucky. It was disappointing that the restaurants & cafes inside the hotel were closed due to COVID-19 but that’s understandable. This is an old building with tons of character. The vibe of this place is just so cool. I’d probably stay again for those reasons but definitely a suite and not their basic room. I’d also for the price it was okay. A room a the Aloft by Whitney costs a little more and is a lot more luxurious but you miss the charm of old Detroit. Culture or comfort. That’s really what it comes down to.…
This was such a charming and quaint hotel. The minute you walk inside you feel like you are simultaneously inside an artwork and whisked back in time. There are little touches of detail in just about everything that harken back to the early 20th century. The rooms can be a little small depending on if you get a normal room or a suite but they are stylish and clean just the same. I would always prefer to stay at a place like this over a modern hotel chain.