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    Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport: 1 Detroit Metro Airport, Detroit, MI 48242

Detroit Metro AirportWelcome to the Detroit Metro Airport, officially the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW). We offer many airport hotel and accommodation reservation services for nearly 30 hotels near Detroit Airport. For a comfortable stay in Detroit, try The Dearborn Inn. For those on a budget, try the Clarion Hotel Detroit Metro Airport. Whatever you need in an airport hotel, we can help you find it. Only 22 miles separate downtown Detroit and DTW, making the Detroit Metro Airport a great way to get you to your next destination. We offer large discounts on rental cars, Detroit Airport hotels, and DTW hotel / parking packages. Thank you for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide.

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    • Holiday Inn Detroit Metro Airport

      0.5 miles from Wayne County Airport (DTW)

      The Holiday Inn Detroit Metro Airport is conveniently located less than a mile from the airport and only twenty minutes from downtown Detroit. This Holiday Inn offers park and fly packages for its airport bound guests. You don't have to worry about transportation since the airport offers free shuttle service to and from the airport. Quickly book this and other Detroit Airport hotels securely online.
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    • Holiday Inn Southgate

      9 miles from Wayne County Airport (DTW)

      The Holiday Inn Southgate is easily accessible from the I-75 and I-94 in South Detroit. This award-wining hotel has a heated pool, fitness center, game room, and onsite restaurant. This hotel is only nine miles from the airport and offers its guests complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport.

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About Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

Known to regulars as Detroit Metro Airport, this hub is situated about 20 miles from the heart of the downtown area. As a gateway to this historically and culturally rich Michigan city, it's one of the country's busiest airports. The major carrier here is Delta, though other domestic and international airlines offer flights to and from the facility, and more than 32 million travelers pass through this Detroit gateway each year. Visitors can select from a variety of Detroit Metro Airport hotels. For free shuttle service to and from the airport as well as complimentary continental breakfasts and free parking, reserve a room at the luxurious Red Roof Inn less than 2 miles from the hub. You can also choose from two Holiday Inns - one in Detroit and one in Southgate.

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Welcome to Detroit

Detroit often gets a bad reputation for being a dangerous city. While, like any other bustling metropolis, it encounters crime, this vibrant locale makes for a delightful trip. Vacationers visit for the intriguing culture marked by the city's role in the music industry (Motown and contemporary techno were largely born and raised here) as well as a stunning array of museums, theaters, galleries and entertainment venues. Business people often come here for the location's status as a hotbed of industry - Michigan is one of the top states for technological research and development, and Detroit is referred to as America's "Automobile Capital" for serving as home to major players such as Ford, General Motors and Chrysler.

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Things to Do in Detroit

A scenic view of downtown DetroitNo matter the reason for your visit, there's plenty to do in Detroit. Many of its attractions showcase the cultural integrity of the metropolis. The renowned Motown Historical Museum details the start and ascent to fame of Motown Records, and the institution is housed in the label's original studio where icons such as Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder have recorded. Another must-see is the Heidelberg Project, which is essentially an entire neighborhood located between Mount Elliott and Ellery transformed into an art installation featuring sculptures and graffiti. For an exploration of Detroit's natural setting, take a stroll along the Riverwalk. It runs beside the waterfront and takes you past lush gardens and parks, tranquil fishing spots and some of the city's several outdoor venues. Other attractions worth visiting include the Detroit Zoo, Eastern Market and the lively Greektown neighborhood.