“New independent hotels have played a vital part in Detroit’s regeneration. Though none embraces the city’s past, present and future as holistically as Shinola. It uses contemporary elements to highlight the city’s history.”
Featured in CN Traveler’s Best New Hotels of 2019.
“Shinola, Detroit’s homegrown company known for its luxury crafted watches, extended the brand to this superbly stylish hotel. The 129 earth-toned rooms have hardwood floors, mid-century modern furniture, big windows letting in natural light and local beers in the minibar; some have turntables and records. The downtown location is super convenient near the sports arenas, QLine and shops.”
“Detroit-based luxury brand Shinola enters the hospitality scene with its first hotel. The gorgeous property features unparalleled craftsmanship, food and drink by Chef Andrew Carmellini, and the warmth and hospitality for which this city is known, all in the beating heart of downtown’s historic shopping district.”
- Beautiful hotel
- Top location
- Friendly staff
- Excellent Wifi
$225 per night
The Shinola Hotel is located in a popular section of Detroit. Located near interest points such as the Saint Andrews Hall, GM Wold, and Cobo Convention Center.
Along with well-decorated rooms, you get an around the clock front desk, room service, and luggage storage options. As you enjoy your private bedrooms with flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, hairdryers, and a spacious shower.
The property offers a wide range of selection when it comes to guest rooms, so you can choose from King Room, Queen Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, King Suite, Studio, and Deluxe Studio. So you can pick a room based on the space and amenities you need when staying at the Shinola hotel Detroit.
When looking to explore the area we suggest you head to the Music Hall Center, the Filmore Detroit, and the Gem Theater all near the property. While the Detroit Metro Airport is 38 km from the hotel.
There are endless restaurants, markets, shopping centers, and landmarks within a 0,2 km to 2 km range. So you can choose to walk, bike, or take public transport when looking to explore Detroit.