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GM Renaissance Center, Detroit

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Observation Deck Architectural Building
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  • Overall, the hotel was nice and everyone at the hotel were very nice and helpful. The view of the city was nice from the window!!! We got Internet for free the night we stayed which was a plus. Howeve...  more »
  • No matter what part of the building you are in it is beautiful. The view of the river is amazing. There is so many things to look at and see, there are a few fast food and there is a sit down restaura...  more »
  • Impressive main entry and main hall. We loved the north hall and car displays. If you walk the center building, you will notice and admire the addition of "gear" or "motor" lines to the building. Grea...  more »
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  • Built by Ford, now, GM's oversized billboard. Basically, a very large building with hotels, shops (very few), restaurants, office space, condos and apartments, all adjacent to a big chunk of the Detroit river shoreline. Here's some fun facts: 73 stories no kids ( unless accompanied by an adult) 29 restaurants 1300 hotel rooms 3 miles of riverfront My opinion: for the most part boring, so a good place if you want to relax and take a nap. Same is true if I were a tourist visiting Detroit: the showcase of GM products is less than what you'd find at a smallish GM dealership. If you're here on business, it might just be your ticket.
  • I've stayed here twice now in the last few years, and I love it. Its a really neat building and has pretty good views no matter where you stay.
  • Historic and cool place to visit. On the waterfront across from Canada.
  • Nice building to see in person, also there is lots to do inside.
  • The Renaissance Center is a One-Stop Shop. The architecture of the building is a sight to see, outside as well as inside. Many stores located on different levels. An amazing food court, a showroom for cars made by the GM company, so you get to see the newest GM cars, and learn about them. The Marriot Hotel is connected, the views of the Detroit River and skyline of Canada is just pure **gasps**

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