This is my first time staying at St. Regis. I had a pleasant time with the staff. Everybody was very friendly. Especially the front desk clerk, if I can remember his name was Robert. He was very kind to call the cab for my boyfriend and I to attend a concert at the Garden Theatre. Although the cab took a very long time to pick us up at the hotel, with about 45 minute wait (which was not St. Regis fault because it's not in their control.) We also had a pleasure time talking with him, especially with the background history about Detroit. Which made me opened up my mind, that Detroit is not a bad place to be visiting nor to stay at as well.
I also had a small panic attack that I lost my tickets to go to the concert, but luckily the valet person (gentlemen) found my tickets and kindly return them to me. What a sweetheart! As well the valet people handled my boyfriend's car very well with care. I've heard and seen horror stories about valet people that tends to steal from other people cars. Not at St. Regis hotel, everything was the same as the way we left it. Which gave my boyfriend a piece of mind.
The hotel room that was provided to us what very clean. We were located on the 6th floor of room 614. Personally, to my boyfriend, it was the best view of the hotel as he was able to see his car from the windows. Again, it gave him a piece of mind because he was afraid during the stay in Detroit, something bad would happen to his car, which was based on negative feedback from people experiences of visiting this city. One thing that mattered to me the most was the heater. I was happy it worked properly and how the heat kept the room very warm and cozy. Especially since that night was a cold night, as I am not ready for this winter to come yet. The only thing that I have experienced and I believe other reviewers too, were the showers. It works, providing hot and cold water. However, it was a hit and miss. But that didn't bother us too much anyways.
Ultimately, I would visit St. Regis again if I was to come down to Detroit. I would also recommend other people to stay here too. Especially if they are planning to visit a concert venue like the Garden Theater, it was literally a 5 min ride for like $5.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Hotel St. Regis, the most inviting landmark hotel near downtown Detroit. Among Detroit Hotels, the Hotel St Regis stands alone with its original stately elegance yet with a modern, more casual style. Delivering an extraordinary level of comfort and convenience is what we promise each of our guests. Few Detroit hotels can rightfully boast of a history as rich as ours. The Hotel St. Regis has played host to such diverse and notable travelers as Martin Luther King and Mick Jagger.Located in Detroit's New Center area, the hotel is next door to Wayne State University, the world class health facility - Henry Ford Hospital, Fisher Theatre and Cadillac Place, home of the state of Michigan Government offices. And our unique location is minutes from Detroit's major venues.Guests of the Hotel St. Regis will enjoy relaxing in comfort in one of the 124 stylish guestrooms and suites located on five floors. Each room has been newly redesigned featuring an inviting color scheme, guest bedroom & bath with marble vanities & superior bedding.Enjoy live Jazz every Thursday night from 6-9PM in our attached restaurant/lounge La Musique. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- St. Regis Hotel Detroit
- St Regis Detroit