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recommended Inn on Ferry StreetOn a prominent street in Detroit lined with chic brownstones and stately houses resides the Inn on Ferry. It is composed of 4 guesthouses and 2 carriage houses. The houses were originally built in the ... read morelate 1880's and with careful attention to detail renovated in 2001. When you arrive at the Inn on Ferry you are transported back in time, elegantly carved wood gives a rich and warm welcome to visitors. The Scott House has arts and crafts furniture, which makes you feel cozy, and visitors are welcome to cuddle up next to fireplace in the main room. The guest rooms have all the modern amenities with the remains of old world charm. Guests are welcome to a complimentary shuttle or could set out on foot to the local museums including the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Detroit Historical Museum. The Inn on Ferry provides a bountiful breakfast with local artisan breads, fruit from Eastern Market, and a waffle bar. Other amenities include secure parking, Wi-Fi, coffee and tea. The strong sense of history and the sense of sophistication the property evokes have left me wanting to visit the Inn on Ferry again. I strongly recommend this hotel..Comment.over 1 year ago . Flag
- Motz Restaurant7216 W Fort St, Detroit, MI 48209recommended Motz RestaurantEvery city has its burger spot, and Motz is the mecca in Detroit. Compete with a flock of reglars for one of the few barstools and then indulge in their famous sliders. No frozen meat here, only ... read moretop-grade ground sirloin..Comment.over 2 years ago . FlagNicholas D
Gotta hit Motz for a true taste of Detroit.