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All reviews ren cen renaissance center people mover general motors modern architecture race cars joe muer seafood free tour on display world headquarters drug store bottom floor cool building this place is huge the river walk great building the lower level
Great facility for meetings, once I found the correct floor and meeting room. My room was ok and had a great view. My only complaint is the hotel is not as female friendly as I would have liked. I needed more hangers and there was...More
The GM building has a great display of Gm cars in the lobby. If you are a car enthusiast this is a good visit. The gm store sells gm clothing and memorabilia. I found this to be a very interesting visit. There is a food...More
First off, for big city and big building, it was very clean and well kept up. All employees were friendly and helpful. Quite a few ‘GM related’ retail shops, a full GM vehicle display on the lower level and a giant food court. There was...More
Our family visited the GM Renaissance Center on our recent visit to Detroit. There is a very nice glass entrance that looks out on the river and Windsor. Inside the building there are restaurants and shopping. There is a good selection of shops. Entry to...More
What a beautiful building. While the inside is so large and slightly confusing (restroom signs anyone?), the employee seated at an information desk could not have been less willing to help. The car display was decent, and the Lego truck was impressive.
This place is a must stop if you visit Detroit. It symbolizes the city's grant past. The building is still relatively well maintained. There is much to see except the GM cars/suvs/trucks and a all glass atrium that overlooks the river. Worth the visit but...More