TownePlace Suites Detroit Dearborn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTownePlace Suites Detroit Dearborn
Not one of the top places I have stayed, but, it was clean and the staff was very nice and helpful. If the complex had been more updated, I would say I would return.
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... br> As we went through Detroit and saw the devastation from the wrecking balls of change, from the fires from the 1967 race riots and from the more recent abandonment of the city because of the economic downturn, I felt some of the lamentations of the people on both of the buses.
The Polish group tsked at what was no longer there and sighed at the cruel hands of fate that had taken their beloved neighborhoods and replaced ...
... 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.
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