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“Lower level food court”

GM Renaissance Center
Ranked #28 of 128 things to do in Detroit
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Multi-towered skyscraper is the tallest building in Detroit that features an observation tower on the 72nd floor.
Reviewed May 7, 2015

It has many choices for lunch but it is a little pricey. The building looks great but it takes some time to navigate your way around which is crucial at lunch time. It is not an everyday lunch spot you will get tired of the same choices.

Thank David K
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Reviewed April 27, 2015

been here a few times great place to see if your looking to waste some time and check out some sites in Detroit. helps that this has a food court.

1  Thank Rebecca L
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Reviewed April 15, 2015

This is a big place and it can be confusing. I was meeting a friend and it's important to let them know what level you are on. You might need a map for this place, it would help, but there is so much to check out. There is shopping and restaurants/bars and the Riverwalk is right out back.

I didn't stay in the rooms, but I got to go up in the tower to visit my friend and the view was amazing. The room was clean and nice. If you are going to a convention here, say yes. It would be a great experience.

Thank Calista S
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Reviewed April 8, 2015

I have been going to the Ren Cen since it was being built, and I still enjoy it. It is a great place to walk, cool in the summer, and warm (with no ice) in the winter. The tour is free and well worth doing especially for the view from the top. The views of the city are wonderful all around, and you are connected to the river walk.

1  Thank Photoberd
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Reviewed March 31, 2015

How can you miss this impressive building! It stands out in Detroit's downtown. It is grand and magnificent on the river.

I visited during the afternoon at sunset and witnessed how the sun reflected on the side of the building. It was a gorgeous array of colors.

Truly a Detroit Landmark

Thank ORD-TGU
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