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Furnished Apartments in Detroit

Demand has soared for furnished apartments in Detroit owing to the city’s position as a pre-eminent business and industrial hub. Detroit is the biggest and most populated city in the U.S. State of Michigan and the biggest along the USA-Canada border while also being the Wayne County administrative seat. Detroit has its metropolitan zone called Metro Detroit and this is the second biggest in the Midwest Region. The city is known for its contributions to culture, art, music, design and architecture over the years along with its prowess in automotive manufacturing.

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Offering added amenities like fully equipped kitchens, private access, room cleaning and concierge (wherever available), flat-screen televisions and high-speed Wi-Fi, these furnished apartments are ideal choices for both business and leisure travelers seeking comfort, convenience and practicality during their stay in Detroit.

Benefits of Serviced Apartments

Serviced apartments are swiftly becoming preferred options with regard to accommodation for new residents in Detroit and tourists alike. Of course, it is quite natural that they are popular picks since they offer multifarious advantages. They are a perfect mixture of comfort and convenience with the best contemporary amenities to match. These apartments are ideal alternatives towards conventional rental accommodation. 

Additionally, all major aspects are taken care of, including bills, maintenance costs, agency fees, deposits, accessories and furnishings. These apartments are usually located in close proximity to major underground and metro stations along with tourist landmarks, business hubs and more. Some apartments even have added amenities like swimming pools and gymnasiums among others. 

Being serviced accommodation experts, we understand that guests require a place that they can consider as a second home during their stay in Detroit. We offer units which are luxuriously furnished with the best amenities and also ensure round the clock support and assistance. 

Corporate Housing Detroit

Corporate housing in Detroit is a key plus point for those traveling to the city on business. These units offer the best amenities and facilities for ultimate relaxation including comfortable beds, flat-screen televisions, well-equipped kitchens, appliances and high-speed Wi-Fi. They are also located in close proximity to major corporate and business hubs along with public transportation facilities as well. Cozy, comfortable and bespoke accommodation awaits corporate and business guests for an enjoyable stay in the city. 

Short Term Rentals Detroit

Short term rentals in Detroit are ideal options for those staying for a few days or even a week (or even for longer periods!). Short-term stays can be made more comfortable with these apartments that offer strategic connectivity to major landmarks and public transportation facilities. They also come with all the amenities that travelers require, right from fully equipped kitchens to high-speed Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions. They are ideal for enjoying short but fulfilling stays in Detroit. 

Holiday Apartments in Detroit

Detroit is home to numerous attractions and tourist landmarks that draw people in large numbers every year for sightseeing and vacations. Leisure travelers and families will greatly appreciate holiday apartments that are impeccably furnished and offer the best amenities and facilities including fully equipped kitchens, vital appliances, flat-screen televisions and more. They are spacious and offer the best privacy and comfort for travelers. They are also situated at strategic locations which are in close proximity to not just public transportation facilities but also key tourist landmarks and city attractions. 

Where to Stay in Detroit

Detroit is home to several beautiful neighborhoods that are great places to stay in. Downtown Detroit is an ideal place to stay with its imposing skyscrapers, lovely boulevards and theaters along with its stores, restaurants and bars galore. Other popular neighborhoods include The District, Greektown, Dearborn, Corktown and Mexicantown among others.

More about Detroit

Detroit is the biggest and highest populated city in the State of Michigan and the biggest city along the U.S-Canada border. It is also the administrative seat of Wayne County. The metropolitan area is known as Metro Detroit and is the second biggest in the Midwest after the Chicago metropolitan zone.

Here are some more interesting facts about Detroit:

  • Detroit is a key Port along the Detroit River and one of the four key straits linking the Great Lakes to the Saint Lawrence Seaway. 
  • The City of Detroit has the Midwest’s second biggest regional economy after Chicago. 
  • Detroit is known as the epicenter of the automobile industry in the U.S. with the Big Three, namely Ford, Stellantis North America and General Motors being headquartered here. 
  • Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit, the future city, was founded in 1701 by Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac. 
  • The population of Detroit became the fourth biggest in the U.S. in 1920 with the auto industry massively booming in the early 20th century. 
  • The Detroit River also turned into the world’s busiest commercial hub, carrying more than 65 million tons of shopping cargo to global locations. 
  • Detroit has diverse cultural influences and has contributed to the rise of musical genres like hip-hop, rock and roll, punk, Motown and techno. 
  • Detroit gets approximately 19 million visitors annually and was named by UNESCO as a City of Design

Detroit has several leading corporations including three Fortune 500 entities as well. Major sectors here include automotive and other manufacturing, healthcare, technology and finance. Leading companies here include General Motors, Ally Financial, quicken Loans, DTE Energy and many more. 

The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is the key airport in Romulus nearby and the SMART FAST Michigan connects it to Downtown Detroit. The Coleman A. Young International Airport lies towards the northeast with only general aviation and charter services. 

Cost of Living in Detroit

An average restaurant meal will cost around $9-50 in Detroit while a one-way transportation ticket costs roughly $2-2.50. Monthly passes come for $60 while utility costs hover around $188.02 on average. Rentals hover between $800-$2,500 every month for apartments in Detroit. 

Tips for Visiting Detroit 

Here are some useful tips for visiting Detroit:

  • Detroit is a large city and you will probably need a car to get around. 
  • You can also take the Q Line shuttle that links New Center and Downtown. 
  • Detroit is also a good place to rent a bike. There are 43 bike pick-up and drop-off stations. 
  • Detroit has numerous green spaces that you can explore including the Dequindre Cut that links Downtown, Belle Isle, the riverfront and Eastern Market. 
  • Detroit still has several wonderful art deco buildings that have been restored. 
  • The population is open minded and local residents are incredibly proud about their city. 
  • Detroit is home to fabulous museums and street art; make sure to include both in your itinerary. 
  • It is also the best place to try famous dishes like Coney Island hot dogs and square deep-dish pizzas. 
  • It is the only city in the U.S. where all four key sports may be viewed downtown itself. 
  • Avoid winters since the weather is unpredictable at this time. 

Things to Do in Detroit

There is no dearth of things to do in Detroit. Here’s taking a look at some of them. 

1. What are popular things to do in Detroit?

Popular things to do in Detroit include visiting the Motown Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Historical Museum, Fort Wayne, Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle. 

2. What are some free things to do in Detroit? 

Free things to do in Detroit include visiting the Belle Isle State Park and Nature Center along with the Belle Isle Aquarium. Other free things to do include exploring the Eastern Market, Detroit Historical Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts. 

3. Does Detroit have many romantic attractions?

Romantic activities in Detroit include exploring Belle Isle and the Eastern Market while enjoying at the Ford Drive-In movie theater and visiting the Sugar Hill Arts District. Walking tours are also recommended for couples. 

4. What are family-friendly attractions in Detroit? 

Family-friendly attractions in Detroit include Legoland Discovery Center, The Mall at Partridge Creek, Sea Life Michigan Aquarium, Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum, Detroit Kid City and the Sanders & Morley Candy Makers Factory.

5. What are some unusual things to do in Detroit? 

Unusual things to do in Detroit include attending the Theater Bizarre, taking a stroll across the Heidelberg Project, visiting the Museum of Contemporary Art, taking selfies at the Hamtramck Disneyland, shopping at the African Bead Museum and more. 

Places to Visit in Detroit

Detroit has numerous places worth visiting. Some of them include the following:

  • Detroit Institute of Arts – The Detroit Institute of Arts showcases a vast collection of creations with more than 65,000 works in 100+ galleries. There are pieces covering Indigenous Americas, Oceania, Africa, New East and classical antiquities, American art and medieval Europe. There are works by Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Picasso and Matisse along with stone, pottery, bronze and other artworks. Islamic art is widely represented while a gallery is dedicated to African-American art as well. 
  • Motown Museum – The Motown Museum is also called Hitsville USA for its famous sign and was once home to a studio producing Motown records between 1957 and 1972. The actual recording studio saw legends like Marvin Gaye producing their songs and Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr. also lived in apartment here with his family. 
  • The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant – The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is the birthplace of the iconic Ford Model T car, bringing about a revolution in the worldwide automobile industry and heralding the advent of personal mobility. The building itself is a National Historic Landmark and once the hub of manufacturing for the most popular car in the world in its heyday. 
  • Detroit  Historical Museum – The Detroit Historical Museum remains dedicated towards celebrating the fascinating past of the city including how it obtained its nickname and its reputation as a hub for automotive manufacturing. Exhibits include model railways, dioramas and reconstructions of classic Detroit streets of yore. 
  • Detroit Zoo – The Zoo encompasses 125 acres outside Downtown Detroit, housing a vast range of species including lions, rhinos, giraffes, zebras and the sloth. There is a 4 acre habitat for apes including silverback gorillas and chimpanzees alike. The Asian Forest Habitat has tigers, camels, red pandas and lemurs while the Australian Outback habitat has wallabies and kangaroos. There are areas dedicated to Arctic foxes, polar bears and penguins. There is a lovely butterfly garden inside along with an aviary and reptile conversation center. 

Places to Eat in Detroit

Some of the best places to eat in Detroit include Anchor Bar, Brass Rail Pizza Bar, Armando’s Mexican Restaurant, Selden Standard, Wright & Company, Chartreuse and more. 

Street Food in Detroit

Detroit street food favorites include the Coney Dog, special Detroit-style pizzas (check out Buddy’s Pizza), Zip Sauce with Steaks, Double-Baked Rye Bread (Check Stage Deli) and more. 

Shopping in Detroit

Popular shopping zones include the Twelve Oaks Mall, Bird Bee, Madewell, Good Neighbor, City Bark, The Peacock Room, Well Done Goods, The Lip Bar, Rat Queen Vintage and numerous other stores. 

Transportation in Detroit

Detroit has SMART FAST transit services to the city and suburbs with local routes and mass transit bus services are offered by the Detroit Department of Transportation within city limits. The People Mover elevated railway system runs daily while the RTA has cross-country buses on offer. Amtrak has services operating here too. Detroit also has its Detroit Metropolitan County Airport at Romulus and the nearby Coleman A. Young International Airport for general aviation and charter services. 

Weather in Detroit

Detroit has warm summers, freezing winters and cloudy skies all year round. The best time to visit is between mid June and mid September.

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