Detroit, Detroit Metro Airport (DTW), USA

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Facilities & infrastructure


ATMs can be found throughout both terminals. Currency exchange services are located in the main concourse of the McNamara Terminal and in the arrival and departure areas of the North Terminal.


Free Wi-Fi and public telephones are available throughout the terminals.


There is a large choice of cafés, bars and restaurants at Detroit Metro Airport that are distributed throughout both terminals. Among the options are Mexican and Japanese restaurants in the McNamara Terminal and a pizza place in the North Terminal. Vending machines offering snacks and drinks are also available.


There are numerous shops at Detroit Metro Airport. The McNamara Terminal has the most choice, with options ranging from jewellery and fashion boutiques to a golf accessories retailer. Duty-free is available for international passengers. The North Terminal’s offering is mostly limited to newsagents and bookshops, although there is a gift shop and a confectioner.


There are lost property services in both terminals (tel: (734) 942 3126). Luggage lockers are not currently available. Baggage trolleys are available for a fee.


Other facilities at Detroit Metro Airport include 24-hour medical assistance, ‘quiet’ rooms, baby changing facilities, shoeshine services and children’s play areas.

Conference & Business

There are limited business services in the terminals, but the Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport (tel: (734) 942 6500;, which is situated within the McNamara Terminal, offers a fully equipped business centre, 34 meeting spaces and a large ballroom.

The nearby Detroit Metro Airport Marriott (tel: (734) 729 7555; also offers extensive meetings facilities, while The Courtyard Detroit Metro Airport Romulus (tel: (734) 721 3200;, located just beyond the North Terminal, has two meeting rooms for up to 40 delegates.

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    Detroit Metro Airport is fully accessible to those with disabilities. In-terminal facilities include TDD/TTY telephones, which are installed in both terminals, animal relief areas for those with guide dogs and wheelchair accessible toilets.

    Reserved disabled car parking spaces are available in all of the airport’s car parks, while wheelchair-accessible shuttles (tel: 1 800 377 1032) are available for transfers between the car parks and terminals.

    Disabled passengers are advised to contact the airport’s General Information Desk (tel: (734) 247 7678) for further information while at the airport, while SkyCap porters are on hand to help. Passengers should contact the relevant airline prior to travel to request wheelchair assistance.

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    Airport code: DTW

    Number of Terminals: 2


    Customer service representatives in green waistcoats can be found around in the terminals and provide information about the airport, local hotels and public transport. There are also customer service points situated throughout the airport. ‘Skycap’ volunteers are on hand to provide further assistance.

    Transfer between Terminals

    A free shuttle bus service operates between the North and McNamara Terminals. Owing to the length (1.6km/1 mile) of the McNamara Terminal, an express tram service runs from end to end.

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    Hotels in Detroit


    Big chain hotels dominate Downtown and the riverfront, but hunt around Detroit’s suburbs and you can also find boutique hotels and bed and

    breakfasts; budget motels line the highways into the city, particularly around the airport.

    Hilton Garden Inn

    351 Gratiot Avenue
    MI 48226 Detroit
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    Category: Expensive

    Hilton’s trademark plush comfort and amenities are on offer here, in bustling downtown Greektown.

    Courtyard Detroit Downtown

    333 East Jefferson Avenue
    MI 48226 Detroit
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    Category: Expensive

    Riverfront location and indoor pool are the standout features of this cosily furnished hotel.

    Detroit Marriott

    Renaissance Center
    400 Renaissance Drive
    Detroit, MI 48243
    United States
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    Category: Expensive

    Right in the Renaissance Center, and with spacious, well-furnished rooms, this is one of Detroit’s top choices.

    Doubletree by Hilton Detroit-Dearborn

    5801 Southfield Freeway
    MI 48228 Detroit
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    Category: Moderate

    This suburban hotel is close to Dearborn’s museums and has many amenities, including indoor pool and gym.

    Shorecrest Motor Inn

    1316 East Jefferson Avenue
    MI 48207 Detroit
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    Category: Cheap

    Close to the riverfront and with many amenities, this is a good budget choice.