Now a private parking garage. Sometimes they open up for Tigers games and if u see the owner he'll let u in for a few minutes to take some pics My favorite house with the stuffed animals burnt down. You can easily see the basement now. Shoe anyone? #abandoned #blue A carousel. A ferris wheel. A mammoth water feature in center field. A decade-by-decade pedestrian museum. There is even a field with a game being played as well.
Big Cat Food Court
The Big Cat Food Court is near the main entrance and offers a wide variety of food choices including fresh squeezed lemonade, elephant ears, ice cream, French fries, handmade pretzels, deli sandwiches, gyros, frozen daiquiris and coney and Chicago style hot dogs.
Comerica Carousel
An ornate carousel, featuring 30 hand-painted tigers and two chariots, is located at the base of the food court behind the first base area. The ride is fully wheelchair-accessible.
Tigers Retail
There are five Tigers merchandise stores in Comerica Park. Official Tigers souvenirs and media guides are available during all home games and the main retail store on Witherell near Adams is open on NON-GAME DAYS Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Tiger Den Lounge
Located off Montcalm Street, this is a private area reserved for members of the Tiger Club and Tiger Den premium seating level. It features a private bar and private dining. The Den Lounge is accessible off the main concourse near section 131. The Lounge is also available for rental or private parties.
Beer Hall
This modern tavern offers a wide selection of local and international beers, a tavern-style menu, an impressive 70 foot bar and dozens of heavy wooden picnic tables.
Brushfire Grill
This open air picnic area offers fresh grilled ballpark favorites. The Brushfire Grill also features a soothing fountain with a giant floating baseball upon cascades of clear blue water.
Fly Ball Ferris Wheel
Located on the third base side of the Park in the Brushfire Grill, this 50-foot Ferris wheel features cars shaped like baseballs that can seat up to five passengers and is wheelchair accessible.
The Tigers celebrate six of their all-time great players with a series of unique statues located along the left centerfield wall. The statues are cast in stainless steel and capture the essence of some of the greatest Tigers in action--Ty Cobb, Charlie Gehringer, Hank Greenberg, Willie Horton, Al Kaline and Hal Newhouser. Each is perched atop a granite pedestal and reaches about 13 feet in height.
Liquid Fireworks
The centerfield wall features a fountain that produces a stunning This is the underpass by the art park. Live the colors!! The view from the patio of Green Dot Stables is of the backside of the currently abandoned and forever in some state of rehabilitation, Michigan Central Station.
The station opened in 1913 and remained operational until 1988. At the time of its construction, it was the tallest rail station in the world.
A personal connection to this building would be that my father shipped out from this station to Marine boot camp after being drafted in the Korean War.
A return trip for more photos and further exploration is definitely on the horizon. St. John's Episcopal
Church in downtown Detroit, Mi. I'd heard about Detroit and the buildings abandoned from the declining economy. None more majestic nor haunting though than this epic train station. This abandoned plant just got bought. Will love to see what they create. #abandoned Frank the Dinosaur!!!! You better recycle. RAWR!!! Taking the tour at the Motown Museum not only gives you an idea of the amount of talent that walked through the doors and recorded their albums here, but you also get a chance to sing in the studio. Lining up in the back alleys for a night of clubbing in Detroit’s financial district. #urbanjungle The Heidelberg project which gets its name from Heidelberg street is a neighborhood art project. A once run down neighborhood, resident Tyree Guyton has transformed abandoned junk into a massive outdoor exhibit. Patrons and staff of the Isaac Agree Memorial Soceity have joined together to revitalize the synagogue in downtown Detroit. This location marks the third home for the synagogue. It's impossible to miss with its colorful windows and bright red door welcoming its congregation. Opened in 1925 and known for most of its existence as the State Theatre, the recently rebranded Fillmore Detroit is a nearly 3000 seat concert venue.
The towering marquee of the neighboring Fox Theatre can be seen photo-bombing in the backdrop. Come check@it out if you're in Detroit! Unfortunately a couple of the project homes have burnt down recently. #abandoned Abandoned relic This is an amazing place to see a show if you're in Detroit! Located in Midtown Detroit the Inn on Ferry Street are four beautifully restored Victorian mansions and two carriage houses. The bed and breakfast was extremely comfortable and the breakfast spread was wonderful.
You can book a room here: All you need is love ❤️ If you ever have the chance to see a show at Detroit's Fox Theater, I highly suggest it! Not only will you enjoy a performance, but you'll have the chance to appreciate the beauty of the building! #localgem Even Mojo had a good time #architecture
The old amtrack Detroit train station, luckily being restored... Inside the Packard plant. Detroit I am so happy that our waiter the night before told us to come here for coffee and breakfast. The coffee is delicious as was the food and it's really a nice spot to pass the morning. It's super cosy, bright and the servers were friendly - love it
#Detroit #cafe #corktown #restaurant That's right folks. Only in the D can u find There are thousands of abandoned buildings to explore in Detroit. Watch out for metal scrapers and go with at least one other person if you want to keep it on the safe side. Maybe update your tetanus vaccine too ;). Packard Plant Tunnels... Spent a solid 5 minutes down here until I decided I liked my life and did not want to lose it. These tunnels are impressive though. #abandoned Downtown Detroit taken from the area in front of the Comerica stadium. Amazing spot in a very unlikely parking garage. One of magnificent old churches in Detroit High Five!! Saw on the walk from tailgating Suicide slushie is da bomb!! Watch out for the wasps though True statement!! A nice place for microbrew and pizza! Head up to the rooftop...and drink! Lots of street art to be found in the Z Lot. Plus a pretty nice view of downtown Detroit. The great Coney-Dog-Off occurs on Lafayette Blvd in downtown Detroit and this is the clear winner. American Coney Island was once owned by brothers - they had a big fight - and one of them moved next door and opened Lafayette Coney Island, forging a great rivalry! For us, there is no comparison - the American dog is the best! Park in the Art -- very cool. Didn't have time to go to every floor Campus Martius Park occupies two square blocks in the commercial center of Detroit's downtown. In the winter a skating rink occupies the park and in the summer concerts and a variety of outdoor activities are always happening. The park also acts as a crossroads to all the other major downtown activity. I am so happy that I found this fabulous place in the Hamtramck area, north of Downtown Detroit.
It's like a permanent pop up home base, with a series of rotating chefs who come in a cook dinners.
Every Sunday, Detroit Chef Jeremy Kalmus makes brunch here. The menu changes every week and we were lucky to snag a bowl of homemade tater tots with scrambled eggs, cheese sauce, fresh salsa, avocado and lime crema. Owner, Matt, gifted us with that Korean Schmear lox and bagel - a creation that came to him in his sleep. I want to sleep like that lol.
check the website to see what is coming up, which visiting chefs will be cooking and try to make it happen when you are in Detroit.
#detroit #restaurant #popup #brunch Love the ceiling in this theatre... So beautiful I think that out of all of the places we ate at in Detroit, Chartreuse was our favourite. Chef Doug Hewitt makes vegetables so sexy that you won't even care if you eat any protein. That said, our steak was incredible too.
#Detroit #ChartrueseKitchen #restaurant This was the first place we went to when we go to Detroit and after restaurant and bar hopping all night, we ended up back here with friends and closed the place. Wonderful food like that tuna tartare and burrata plate and addictive Moroccan Spiced Cashews would certainly make a regular out of me if I lived closer
#Detroit #restaurant #downtown Beware of the zombie birds lol I love Billy Holiday ❤ See this place u must Best best best pizza!!! But expect a line. It is worth the wait Very cool Detroit Memory Cloud at the DIA. The D:Hive is a welcome center right in the heart of Detroit's downtown. The center aims to make a personal connection with it's visitors and the city of Detroit. Free walking tours are available on the weekend to learn about the rich history of Detroit's downtown. There are also a number of other tours showcasing the city.
For all information visit their website at: Motown
#architecture Alabama Shakes ~~ Not a bad seat in the house! We almost skipped this Midtown restaurant after being turned away the night before but I am glad we went back and gave it a second try. This immensely popular eatery seems to always be packed so unless you make a reservation, go soon after they open to at least snag a seat at the bar. We shared the steak tartare and charred octopus with a glass of rose. Our waiter was great, the place is lovely with a laid back atmosphere Don't miss out on seeing this amazing display of true street art and community spirit on a street in Detroit's East Side. It was actually a bit overwhelming and was much more moving than I expected
#HeidelbergProject #Detroit #art #streetart #urbanart View of Detroit Love finding Ouizis work all around the city 😍 Crazy place Discovered these on my way to the Tiger's game today. Needed to be shared ;0) Only in Detroit This place is sooo huge. Lots to see Warning! The view from a crumbling business into an active one. Holiday lights in Downtown Detroit! 😊 I was expecting a nice little art show but what I found was spectacular. All types of people lined the streets waiting to get in. Once in, there was music, dancing, and of Free drinks as well! Worth a trip to Detroit to see! Old church We needed some comfort food so we headed over to Maccabees in Midtown. I'd say we found it - Potato pancake sandwich filled with corned beef. There's a makeshift skatepark on the first and second floor. Fox Theatre marquee View of Corktown, Detroit from the hotel!
#Springfun Loooovveee! ❤️ my favorite 😍 An - all smiles- elderly couple cruising Downtown Detroit in a Ford Edsel. What a sweet revenge by the symbol of failure. 🍐🍎🍅🌶🌽☀️ Pavilion - Baseball match
One of my favorite spots!! ❤️ Greektown on a gloomy day #detroit is changing for the better. A new day is coming Love it #urbanart One of the more iconic abandoned structures in Detroit
#michigan #detroit #mcs This eatery has been near Eastern market in Detroit for about 100 years. It is Italian of course and the food and service are great. Adventure #4
The Lion King Musical.
The atmosphere was just as amazing as the performance. Go to the highest section of the stadium to get the best view of all of Downtown Detroit! Nice place to bike! 🚴🏻‍♀️ So artsy! I love it! Tigers Detroit baseball stadium, this was the first time hosting a soccer match in this field! The windows were tinted blue to make the workers feel more content. Best Mimosa/Bloody Mary Bar! Great historic Italian Renaissance style public library built with funds from Andrew Carnegie across the street from the art museum. The Canadian and U.S. Border crossing between Detroit and Windsor. This museum's collection is one of the top six in the U.S. with a large variety of art, like this Rodin sculpture and impressionist paintings. #InStone Free museum with cool exhibits on the history and culture of Detroit, across from the art museum. I believe this is the second largest African-American museum in the nation. Next to the Hellenic museum, see this beautiful building and read info placard on Mr. Scherer's invention of the soft capsule. Beautiful building housing this museum of artifacts and about Greek immigrants journey and contributions to Michigan. Located in the hip downtown area by Wayne State University. #Red A must see while in Detroit, tickets are limited to take the guided tour of the museum and house where Berry Gordy lived and started Motown.
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Popular property highlights

Free WiFi
24-hour business center
Smoke-free property


Located in Downtown Detroit, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fisher Theatre, Motown Historical Museum, and Detroit Institute of Arts. Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History and Fox Theatre are also within 3 mi (5 km).

Hotel Features

A restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a 24-hour business center are available at this smoke-free hotel. WiFi in public areas is free. Additionally, valet parking, conference space, and dry cleaning are onsite.

Room Amenities

All 124 rooms offer free WiFi, room service, and TVs with cable channels. Premium bedding, coffee makers, and free local calls are among the other amenities available to guests.

Languages Spoken

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Amenities

The hotel offers a restaurant. A bar/lounge is on site where guests can unwind with a drink. This 3.5-star property offers access to a 24-hour business center and a meeting room.

Public areas are equipped with complimentary wireless Internet access. Event facilities measuring 7,000 square feet (1 square meters) include conference space. This business-friendly hotel also offers complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and room service (during limited hours). Onsite parking is available (surcharge).

Hotel St. Regis is a smoke-free property.

  • Conference space size (meters) - 1 
  • Bar/lounge 
  • Elevator/lift 
  • Breakfast available (surcharge) 
  • ATM/banking 
  • 24-hour business center 
  • Conference space size (feet) - 7,000 
  • Conference space 
  • Porter/bellhop 
  • Express check-out 
  • Restaurant 
  • Year Built 1967 
  • Total number of rooms - 124 
  • One meeting room 
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service 
  • Number of floors - 6 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Wedding services 
  • Valet parking (surcharge) 
  • Smoke-free property 
  • Free newspapers in lobby 

Family Friendly Amenities

  • Family Hotel  
  • Free Wi-Fi  
  • Refrigerator (on request)  


Available in all rooms: Free WiFi

Available in some public areas: Free WiFi

Languages Spoken

  • English


Valet parking (surcharge)

Room Amenities

  • Refrigerator (on request) 
  • Television 
  • Premium TV channels 
  • Pay movies 
  • Premium bedding 
  • In-room climate control (air conditioning) 
  • Air conditioning 
  • Free local calls 
  • Coffee/tea maker 
  • Daily housekeeping 
  • Private bathroom 
  • Free toiletries 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Shower/tub combination 
  • Cable TV service 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • Desk 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Dial-up Internet access (surcharge) 
  • Number of bathrooms -  
  • Blackout drapes/curtains 
  • Room service (limited hours) 
  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available 

Where to Eat

Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available for a surcharge.

Hotel St. Regis has a restaurant serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Room service (during limited hours) is available.


If you have requests for specific accessibility needs, please note them at check-out when you book your room.

  • Accessible bathroom 
  • In-room accessibility 

Hotel Policies


Check-in time starts at 3 PM

Check-in time ends at 3 AM

Minimum check-in age is 21


Check-out time is 11 AM

Payment types

Children and extra beds

  • Children are welcome.
  • Rollaway/extra beds are not available.
  • Cribs (infant beds) are not available.


  • Pets not allowed

You need to know

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.

Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
No rollaway/extra beds available
No cribs (infant beds) available


Optional extras

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
  • Breakfast fee: between USD 8 and USD 12 per person (approximately)
  • Valet parking fee: USD 20 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Refrigerator fee: USD 10.00 per night
  • In-room microwave fee: USD 10.00 per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Hotel Name

  • Hotel Regis
  • Hotel St. Regis
  • Hotel St. Regis Detroit
  • Regis Hotel
  • St. Regis Detroit
  • St. Regis Hotel

We should mention

Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms. The property has connecting/adjoining rooms, which are subject to availability and can be requested by contacting the property using the number on the booking confirmation.

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