Touted as ‘adding another piece to the ongoing Detroit renaissance puzzle’ when it welcomed its first guests in May 2017, this 100-room hotspot occupies the former headquarters of the Detroit Fire Department: a steel-framed, neoclassical gem that dates to 1929. Filled with the work of local artists (including Alex Porbe’s streetlight-inspired restaurant illumination and charming car collages by Nick Jaskey), the property is also a showcase for a new generation of Detroit makers, who are responsible for everything from dapper staff uniforms to the BonBonBon chocolates in the minibar. (Wallpaper Magazine).
• 100 rooms
• Hotel opened: May 2017
• Bathroom amenities: Santal 33
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