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.
The attention to detail in the decor is impressive. The Siren Hotel offers a shabby chic, art-deco, vintage feel. This carries through from the lobby, to the rooms, restaurant all the way to the Candy Bar lounge. It’s location can’t be beat. Wether you are attending a sporting event, concert or the shopping district, you are a pleasant walk away. There is also a people mover station nearby if you want to explore more of the city (at the time of this review, the people mover was not yet running due to COVID, but is scheduled to begin service soon). Rooms are clean and comfortable but small, and furnished minimally, yet thoughtfully. The Desk staff was friendly and accommodating … we arrived early to attend a game and they stored our luggage and allowed us to valet our car. Karl’s, the restaurant, makes you feel like you stepped back in time to a mid century diner. We enjoyed brunch there … food was creative and delicious , but a bit pricy. One disappointed was that we were unable to enjoy a drink at the Candy Bar … reservations are necessary. I feel like the hotel guests should be able to easily access the lounge. Karl’s does have a bar, but it would have been nice to have a drink in the Candy Bar. That being said, we would most definitely go back to The Siren Hotel. The location and lobby make it stand out!…
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 Siren is a lovely boutique hotel in downtown Detroit. Very convenient location. The staff was friendly and professional. The decor is gorgeous. We had the Parlour Room which was spacious for two people. The bed was extremely comfortable. Loved it.
You're freezing, you walk into the unassuming outside doors, transition through the green velvet curtains, and, bam! you're transported into a warmly-lit, warmly-vibed lobby. I was so charmed and delighted. The Candy Bar was bustling, and the whole hotel felt like a place people wanted to be. You feel like you're in a Wes Anderson movie, like Owen Wilson is gonna pop out and explain a plan to you. Our bed was soft. The staff was helpful. I want to go back again.
You can enjoy a brilliant fascination here. The people are kind, present, and meaningful. The space is the superlatively cute, and the takeaway is within fashion and reason. It is a faraway place that emerges as a cool familiar.
Stayed here on my first visit to Detroit, just overnight for a football game. Very "retro" hotel meaning small quaint rooms, narrow dark hallways, squeaky wooden floors, wardrobe instead of closet, no small appliances but very comfortable beds. Make-up washcloths included. Lobby is small as well but quite inviting. Friendly receptionist and valet staff. So retro that it has complimentary books of matches! Busy bar scene. Karl's had an hour wait but don't wait that long. Several good restaurants in the same block and others within walking distance. All sports venues within reasonable walking distance as well.
I was a little nervous about our booking after reading some of the prior reviews. The hotel lobby is a bit crowded and it seems like in such a small space, less would be more. The room was quite lovely! We booked the Chamber room. It's perfect for a one night stay when you're in detroit for a concert. The bathroom tile is beautiful. The siren bedspread is beautiful! The floors are beautiful! The bed appeared to be a little lumpy, but it was amazingly comfortable. I had read complaints about noisy elevators and The People Mover. Neither one was loud enough to keep me awake and I am a very light sleeper. We tried to eat at Karl's, but at 3 p.m. the line was too long for us because we had a 4:30 p.m. meet and greet with the band whose concert we were attending. We may have had time to eat there, but no one acknowledged us so we at at a nearby restaurant. The coffee bar is okay. It's not the best cup of coffee we have had, but by far not the worst. I will say that with just a one night stay, we didn't miss the in room coffee pot or mini fridge. But, it would be rough if the stay were extended. I'd also read about issues with heating/cooling in the rooms. We experienced no issue and were comfortable. I think this is a hotel for the young and adventurous. It has a wonderful vibe and the staff was super friendly. We did not experience a wait with the valet service. We had nothing but great encounters with the staff.…
Booked a room here last night. Hotel is designed great. Unfortunately there was no hot water in the shower. I was told to wait. After 30 minutes there was no water whatsoever. Switched rooms and had the same issue. Ended up missing a dinner meeting and having to change hotels. No apology from staff or help finding alternative accommodations. Stay away.
My family and I had a lovely stay, their staff is nice and they are very quick to respond to any/every situation also the room was spotless, we love the theme of the hotel, very cool. Definitely enjoy our time there.
Sharae’s customer service was outstanding!!! I loved my room and the hotel. Great location and clean. It was perfect for my romantic getaway!!! The restaurant and candy bar are among my favorites. The gift shop is the BEST!! Looking forward to my next opportunity to stay here.