$174 per night

Room2 guests
Detroit, Michigan
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Overhauled by design development firm ASH NYC, an early 20th century Renaissance Revival building in downtown Detroit that once housed the famous Wurlitzer Company has become The Siren Hotel. Opened in March 2018, The Siren has 106 colorful guest rooms, a carefully curated food, beverage, and retail program, and one of Detroit's only rooftop bars with views into Comerica Park.

Modern home with Bedroom, Dark Hardwood Floor, Rug Floor, Bed, Night Stands, Wall Lighting, and Chair. The rooms have a private bathroom finished with colorful custom terrazzo tiles and vanity, as well as a mix of vintage and custom furniture and lighting. Photo  of The Siren HotelView Photos

The rooms have a private bathroom finished with colorful custom terrazzo tiles and vanity, as well as a mix of vintage and custom furniture and lighting.

Modern home with Dining Room and Pendant Lighting. Populace Coffee Roasters, The Siren’s in-house coffee roaster and bar, features coffee drinks, fresh roasted coffees, and pastries baked right upstairs. Photo 5 of The Siren HotelView Photos

Populace Coffee Roasters, The Siren’s in-house coffee roaster and bar, features coffee drinks, fresh roasted coffees, and pastries baked right upstairs.

Credits

Posted By
Architect
  • ASH NYC
  • Robert Finn
Photographer
  • Christian Harder

Overview

Structure
  • Hotel
  • Year
  • 1926