We arranged room blocks at two hotels and listed additional options with a range of locations, price ranges, and styles below. All are listed on, where we've seen some of the best rates. Our Google Map shows where each hotel is located in relation to the wedding venues.

Room Block Hotels

Westin Book Cadillac
  • Rate: $189/night + tax.
  • Location: Downtown, in between the ceremony and reception venues.
  • Description: Large luxury hotel in a restored 1920s skyscraper. Central to most attractions but situated on a fairly quiet street near the financial area.
  • Reservations: Please use this reservation link or call (313) 442-1614 and ask for the Conway-Stathes room block, available until June 16.
Aloft at the David Whitney
  • Rate: $199/night + tax.
  • Location: Downtown, near the reception venue.
  • Description: Modern boutique hotel in a historic building with a beautiful atrium. Central to most attractions and situated in a sports and entertainment district.
  • Reservations: Please call (855) 811-0069 and ask for the Conway-Stathes room block, available until June 6.

Local Hotels

Detroit Foundation Hotel
  • Location: Downtown, close to the riverfront.
  • Description: Beautiful boutique hotel in a former firehouse (view the video tour). A nice bar for a drink even if you're staying elsewhere.
Trumbull & Porter Hotel
  • Location: Corktown, close to the ceremony venue.
  • Description: Moderately priced boutique hotel with an industrial/hipster aesthetic. Quiet neighborhood setting; walkable to Corktown's bars and restaurants.
Greektown Casino Hotel
  • Location: Greektown, adjacent to Downtown and the reception venue area.
  • Description: Large, full-service casino hotel. Fun nightlife neighborhood with good Greek restaurants.
Siren Hotel
  • Location: Downtown, next to the reception venue.
  • Description: Stylish, brand new midrange hotel with vintage-inspired design elements.
Inn on Ferry Street
  • Location: Midtown, two miles north of Downtown and the reception venue.
  • Description: Group of Victorian-era homes restored as a quaint bed and breakfast. Quiet residential area near the Detroit Institute of Arts and local cafes.


Detroit also has a good selection of vacation rentals through Airbnb. Learn more on our Activities page if you’re interested in exploring the neighborhoods or suburbs outside the city center.
Rebecca Bowen