Its Detroit - Whatdaya want? A review of The Westin Southfield Detroit
As someone who has stayed in numerous hotels in the Detroit vicinity, I have to give this one an above average score. That is mainly because most Detroit establishments, no matter what the good or service (and I use the term very loosely), are subpar compared with most other large cities in the country.
I stayed there through the weekend of October 2, 2004. My room was clean and orderly upon check-in. I noticed no crumbs, bugs or stains anywhere in my room. In fact, I thought the contemporary furnishings were quite nice. The "Heavenly Bed" did in fact turn out to be extremely comfortable. The internet access worked as it should have and room service was much quicker than I expected. The hotel facilities are very well stocked, clean and accessible. There is a connected parking garage behind the hotel which I was not charged for. All in all, this Westin was the best hotel of this category I have ever stayed in near Detroit.
To be fair, I must mention that in addition to having experienced numerous subpar "3 and 4 star" hotels in the area, thanks to Priceline I only paid a total of $63 per night for my stay at this hotel. I would imagine that if I were silly enough to pay $150 or more per night for a hotel my expectations might be more extreme.