Hotel built in 1966, Number of floors 17, Total number of rooms 241, Number of single rooms 114, Number of double rooms 127, Number of suites (separate rooms) 48, Earliest check-in 15:00, Latest check-out 11:00, Hotel, City hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, No-smoking room 241
1020 Washington Boulevard, 48226 Detroit, United States of America
- City centre (Detroit) 0.41 km
- Airport (Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW)) 28.18 km
- Diners Club
- American Express
- Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Accepted payment methods
- Restaurant(s) 2
- Hotel bar
- WLAN with Internet access in lobby
- Fitness centre
- WLAN with Internet access in rooms
- Wheelchair-friendly rooms in accordance with DIN 18024, 18025
- Satellite TV
- Fax connection
- Coffee machine/tea-maker
- Iron + ironing board
- Temperature controls
- DSL/broadband Internet access
- Pets permitted
- Business center
- Laundry service
- Use of an Internet terminal at the hotel
Evaluations of Hotel Indigo DETROIT DOWNTOWN
No hot water for taking a bath Poor breakfast Dirty facitilies
Location is great, staff is very friendly and helpful,
Hotel was under major renovation and probably should have been closed during the project. Hot water problems, noise problems,. I would recommend the hotel, but after the construction is completed.
Room condition was a little shabby, but linens were clean.
Condition of room was very poor, Air conditioner was smelly.
I found a live cockroach in my shoe after the first night. The hotel staff was apologetic and refunded my stay, admitting they had pest control in to spray the previous day. I had to thoroughly sort and sanitize my suitcase contents outside my house to make sure I did not bring cockroaches into my home. Do not stay here.
Friendly staff, Nice breakfast
Security guard warned me to keep room door locked as they had just had to remove vagrants from the building. Extra $30 a night to park. Fitness area run down with some equipment inoperable.
good value compared to other hotels in the area. no real complaints, will stay there again.
Close to Detroit Downtown, few blocks away from Renaissance Center
Building is a little bit old.
Parking is expensive and room is very dark.