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|"Gorgeous place with great rooms!"||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Staff was super friendly ."||(in 61 reviews)|
|"great location, great style, supergood bar."||(in 68 reviews)|
|"Small room very small closet"||(in 26 reviews)|
|"TV in room didn’t work."||(in 49 reviews)|
|"The Valet parking is slow."||(in 4 reviews)|
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Well designed and comfortable
No fridge/coffee maker in room. Have to buy coffee downstairs
Great hotel, but the tech seems unnecessary
Charming decor in a historical building. I will come back for my next trip.
Insistence on using new technologies like texting to communicate with front desk instead of the usual in-house phone. The smart tv was also misleading. The app for premium channels like HBO are available, but the hotel does not have a subscription. I didn’t want to enter my own login information in case it was saved in the tv. It all felt like more work to be technologically forward.
Cool Hotel w/ awesome bar & staff... Rooms are tiny though!
Candy Bar and Staff are the best in Downtown Detroit
Rooms are claustrophobic and by far the smallest I have ever staying on. TV system is extremely aggravating, slow, and too complicated.
Place was beautiful and unique. Service was awesome and location unbeatable. Bathroom was huge and the bed super comfortable. Specially loved the low light atmosphere and how relaxing it felt.
Travelers seeking a hotel with eclectic, modern luxury and unparallelled style need search no more. The Siren Hotel in downtown Detroit is the epitome of fun, modernity, and functionality. Room designs feature clean lines, mid-century modern elements, with a twist of bohemia and a dash of old-world elegance.
All rooms include a private bathroom finished with custom terrazzo tiles and vanity in addition to flat screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, custom Italian linens, hand-loomed blankets, gourmet snacks, and toiletries made exclusively for The Siren. The Hideout Room, perfect for friends or kids, features a bunk bed, vintage and custom furniture and lighting, while The Penthouse is a lofted duplex with a full living room and dining room on the lower level, featuring a double-height glass window that boasts expansive views over Comerica Park and downtown.
The first floor of The Siren is home to Populace Coffee, Candy Bar, The Social Club Grooming Company, Pot & Box floral design studio, Siren Shop, and Albena, an exclusive 8-seat restaurant led by Chef Garrett Lipar offering a tasting menu inspired by the Great Lakes region. Improving on greatness, The Siren Hotel is due to add an extension of local music hub Paramita Sound, Sid Gold’s Request Room for a piano karaoke bar, Karl’s all day restaurant, helmed by Chef Kate Williams, and a rooftop bar perched on the fourteenth floor.
Visitors to Detroit will surely enjoy a world of unique Detroit metro art and culture at The Siren Hotel.
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- Detroit Opera House 149 yd
- Comerica Park 353 yd
- Fox Theatre 0.3 mi
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