For fabulous architecture visit the Renaissance Centre where, in a cluster of skyscrapers you’ll find the tallest building in Michigan and the western hemisphere’s tallest hotel which has a huge rooftop restaurant reached by a rather scary glass elevator. The headquarters of General Motors is also found in the centre. If you love art, see what has been described as Detroit’s largest work of art, the art-deco Fisher Building which was constructed in 1928.
The city is a melting pot of different cultures and many have their own neighbourhoods including Corktown, Greektown and Mexicantown. If you fancy a change of scene in the city, any one of these will provide you with culture from their motherland with food and entertainment to match.
Detroit has a great waterfront area called the International Waterfront as opposite it on the far shores of Lake Michigan is Canada. It has many things to see and do including cafes and restaurants making the most of the lake views.
Arrival traffic is experiencing airborne delays of 15 minutes or less.