Adoba Hotel

600 Town Center Drive, Dearborn, Michigan, 48126-2793, United States | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dearborn

China Here We Come!

A travel blog entry by missycarlson

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... 20 hours of flight/airport time ahead of us today. We are now in Detroit with an uneventful flight. Mia and Hannah are climbing the walls with a 5 hour layover--we have ridden the elevated tram and figure we can ride it about 10 more times before ...

Game 29: Last First Visit

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4

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... due to inclement weather. Honorable Mention (of which there are a few!): "Boomshakalaka!" - Kid on the carousel. "I'm so nervous!" - A fan mocking the anticipation of The Wave approaching. "It should be illegal for a damn family of 6 to all hold hands while walking!" - A lady voicing her displeasure at the congestion before the game (can't say I disagree with her). "Oh, what a nice picture/night/hit/view." - My seat neighbor who was a man of simple thoughts and pleasures
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Day 77

A travel blog entry by gypsydi

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Visited the Henry Ford Museum and Rouge Car Plant today in Dearborn which is on the outskirts of Detroit. The heart of the American car industry. An amazing experience and would recommend it to everyone who has a chance to do it. The interesting thing about this plant is that it still uses 'real people' to do the assembling, not like Asia and Australia where robots are used. The Rouge plant's ...

Built Ford Tough

A travel blog entry by boyers

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... handles. Once again, on the drive in the car I listened to music and read some more books on the Nook. Then we got to the hotel.

Peg's Additions:

I thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the old forms of transportation on the streets. The costumed characters were a special treat. Of course the teacher in me thought how cool it would be for kids to visit. We did see some summer camps going on for kids. Too bad it's so far from home!


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Day 26: just the reception for me

A travel blog entry by kyliemarsh001

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... movie about the football player who finds out he has a daughter and kind of coded a bit. I also got my hair and face all ready for the events of the evening. Then I got to see the beginning of I now pronounce you Chuck and Larry which looked funny. This is when the lady finally came and begrudgingly cleaned the room. Then mom and dad called and I went to meet them at Panera where they had lunch and I had a little snack.

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 600 Town Center Drive, Dearborn, is near Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Rouge Factory Tour, and Fair Lane.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Adoba Hotel Dearborn

    Great spot for families on the weekends

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    Checked in for one night in late March to take the kids over to the Henry Ford Museum. They have tickets available at the hotel for this attraction which is within a mile of the hotel.

    A mall sits across the street and is convenient for shopping and getting a bite to eat, though the hotel has nice restaurants as well.

    The pool is nice along with a spa, whirlpool and fitness center. The staff was professional and courteous. Five glass elevators serve from the middle of the lobby that allow for a nice view of the interior while going to your room.

    Parking attendants are available at the front door for a modest fee and will take care of your car, or you can park free in front of the building in a fairly well lit parking lot. This was important to us as we hear car breakins occur frequently in the area, but with attendants running around, this was not a problem on our visit, and appears to be no different then any other city.

    The rooms were clean, bathrooms were spotless, the shower message was a plus. I would highly rate this hotel for a family visit while visitng The Henry Ford Museum and Village over any other hotel in the area.

    Be sure to ask for a map to the museums as there are no signs posted anywhere in the area and we had to ask for directions at a corner store.

    Luxury!

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    Me, my dad and my 2 uncles stayed at the Hyatt Rgency Dearborn from June 18th-June 20th 2004. Just by the look of it, I could tell it was gonna be a great hotel. This place is luxury at it's finest (The staff wear UNIFORMS!!). It was orginally built in 1978 and was remodeled in 2000. The only part that wasn't was the pool area (It still has orange, yellow, blue, and green colored fake skylights on the ceiling!!) But since I like 70's decor and I thought they looked nice, I didn't mind at all. The hotel is located directly across from the Fairlane Mall, and very close to The Henry Ford. The breakfast was very nice, the fitness room and pool were very peaceful. The staff was kind too. Going up to the 14th floor (which you need a card to get to, since it's where all the famous people stay) you can look out the big windows and see the detroit skyline far in the distance. I didn't get a chance to see the bar on the top, since you had to be 21 or older to get in. The whole place was abuzz with WW2 veterans while we were there, since they were having some kind of convention there. All in all though, it was nice, very clean, and well worth the money. My only complaint is, the smoking in the lobby. Where we live (New York) smoking is not allowed in public places, so I'm not quite used to that. That's ok, though. The fans seem to waff it away.

    Hyatt Stay

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    In DTW for Ryder Cup weekend and the Hyatt was hoppin'! Excellent service from valet to check-in. Room was of good size with standard bath amenities. One aggravation, on a beautiful fall weekend windows did not open. Bath was average with adequate water pressure; only a light pattern available on shower. Beds were a tad soft and not "heavenly"; do your sit ups. 70's Hyatt refurbished and above adequate. Rooms were above average, not great, but I will say this hotel appeared to be very well managed with excellent staff response.

    Hyatt Light, Looks Great, but not for couples.

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    Stayed at the Hyatt this past Saturday night after attending a nearby wedding. We were looking for a nice romantic room., but once in the room it spelled business travellers room.

    Decor was nice, tasteful and functional, but lacked any personality. Colors and patterns were definately set up for males as they were cold and bold. (and I'm a guy).

    Room was quite large, but most of the space was wasted open area, nice desk and no table. Bathroom was tiny. there was an extra sink, however the coffe maker took up most of that. Bed was very comfortable. We had intended to have breakfast sent to the room, but realized nowhere to eat except desk with one arm chair and one high back executive chair.

    Few comments: Despite having to fill in all information on online reservation, front desk clerk had to go through it all again. Perhaps she was just confiming, but the way she was putting the information in the system, I don't think so.

    ROOM NEEDS SOUNDPROOFING. You can hear people in the hall, every toilet that fluses for half the building. Showers from who knows where and an alarm clock in an apparently unoccupied room went off at 6:16 and beeped for fifteen minutes. I am a very heavy sleeper, normally, but this was a little too much.

    Usually we stay at the Ritz Carlton up the street, but we thought we wouldtry Hyatt this time. Unless on a business budget, spend the extra $40 and fo up the street.

    Consistently great hotel

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    I stay at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn 3 nights a week, each week since March 2004. I enjoy my stays and like the hotel.

    The rooms are always very clean, the beds are well taken care of (no saggy middles or flimsy, old pillows). The food at their "bistro" is okay - nothing to write home about; good thing there's a lot to do/places to eat at within a 5 minute driving radius. The have a small shop that's open in the morning called "Perks" where they have good pastries, cereal, fruit, juices, yogurt, granola bars, coffee, etc.

    Ask for a room that's not near the elevators. I got a room right across from them once and didn't get much sleep. Because of its convention facilities, it's a very busy hotel and can get a bit noisy in the common areas. But a room in one of the "wings" is nice and quiet.

    Great for business travelers.

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    I stayed at this hotel for 4 days for a conference and enjoyed my stay. The wait staff was good and housekeeping service was excellent. I wish that the Rotunda was open more than just friday and Saturday nights. Overall, its was a good stay.

    You Gotta Loved "Service" in De-triot

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    Ah, I always love staying in nice hotels in my own hometown: instead of service you get attitude. Who trains these people, the engineers at Ford's R&D? Consistently poor service (well, perhaps, clueless service would be more accurate) and only moderately welcoming decor. Though the hotel was refurbished in the last few years, it is beginning, again, to show serious signs of wear and tear and inadequate cleaning. And the pool area was never updated- gotta love the orange, brown, and blue "skylights" - same stuff that was there when I was in high school over 20 years ago.

    Of course, the Hyatt gets away with this because there's only one other major hotel (the Ritz Carlton) in this category in the whole city of Dearborn - and the location across from the Glass House (Ford WHQ) can't be beat if that's where you've got to be in the morning...

    Hospitality

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    Dear Hyatt, We wanted to share with you and your staff our wonderful experience in your restaurant Guilio's. We have heard in the past how wonderful the food was there but never had taken the opportunity to actually try your brunch until this past Sunday. My husband's boss came in from out of town and we wanted to take him out for a brunch and thought we would try your brunch. What an experience. Beside the food being awesome, the service was outstanding. Our server, Foysal, had surpassed all other servers we have ever met. He was very accommodating with us all. There was five of us and we had several questions about the hotel and the area that surrounds the hotel and he took the time to explain to all of us what we were inquiring about. We were amazed with the quality of service we received during brunch. Foysal brought our eating experience too a different level then we have ever experience and now we know we will be coming back for your brunch and bringing all my husbands business partners too your Sunday Brunch and only hope that Foysal will be working because we would request his exceptional hospitality. Thank you very much and please inform Foysal that we appreciated his awesome hospitality and great personality. He seemed to be so professional and polite. We just wanted to take the time to let you know about our experience. Sincerely yours. Terri Gamann

    Great for business travel

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    I just got back from a stay at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn this weekend.

    I was there for a trade show/conference on business and it was a great (big) little hotel.

    Pros: 1. Great meeting spaces 2. Clean, modern fancy lookin' decor 3. The room (2 doubles) was nicely decorated, the room and bath were clean and despite some people not using their hotel voices, it was very quiet.

    4. If you need data ports, they are in room

    The hotel has 14 floors and a beautiful rotunda. It is situated across from the Fairlane Towne Center in dearborn, right by the Ford managment buildings (not plants). It isn't the most convenient of places to get to, in fact, late in CONS the directions given to me is listed. There is valet parking, a gift shop, a Hertz rent-a-car in the hotel itself, with cars there (I could imagine this would be most helpful for some), a cafe, and two (hotel priced) restaurants.. oh, and a bar (vodka and tonice $6.00- bottle of bud $5.00)

    The staf wasn't overly happy, but polite and they allowed me to check in early. Please be aware, business travelers, that you may only use the credit card you booked with with a faxed authorization if it is under the business name and not in your possession. i had not run in to that before, but I just used mine and all was fine.

    Cons: - Our room was not "cleaned" during our 2 night /3 day stay.Meaning, the bath room was replenished, and dirty glasses from the bar the night before were taken out, but our beds were not made, etc.

    kind of half and half deal. odd that.

    - The directions they gave were awful. Coming from the west, I-96 does NOT have the exit they told me, that exit was on I-275. If you are coming from the west, you best bet is to take 96 to 274/96 back on to 96 to the southfield fwy, go south, exit 6. Even though I asked the "CONCIERGE" when i left for an errand, I still got poor directions. Ask them for a map and you'll get there on your own. Dearborn is a tricky area to drive around.

    - This place is a bit out of the way if you are not traveling to this direct area for a purpose. meaning, i wouldn't stay here if you were traveling to the airport (DTW) or something.

    -The beds could use a little cushion... but then again... most hotel beds could. Overall it was a very nice, clean, and somewhat fancy (especially the lobby) facilit. Although I did not use it, a co-worker told me the pool and hot tub was nice. It was a good stay that was at a decent price ($119 for the three at a convention rate). Recommended.

    Good for business in the area

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    Efficient, friendly staff. Typical Hyatt decor. Very convenient to area businesses, especially Ford Motor Co.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Adoba Hotel Dearborn

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good