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Solid shopping in the financial district, great liquor store.

A few times a year my work takes me to Detroit. I work about 300 feet from the Ren Cen, and stay... read more

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Brad W
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Winchester, Kentucky
Interesting building, free tour

I stopped in for one of the free tours of the Center (offered weekdays at 12/2 PM). The building... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Mary C
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Multi-towered skyscraper is the tallest building in Detroit that features an observation tower on the 72nd floor.
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Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48243
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Reviewed yesterday

A few times a year my work takes me to Detroit. I work about 300 feet from the Ren Cen, and stay at a hotel next door to my work place. I love craft beer, and any time I travel I will sample the local...More

Thank Brad W
Reviewed 1 week ago

You will see the contemporary cluster from miles away. We found the various towers and floors a bit overwhelming - but the security guards we asked were very helpful in pointing out where the best restaurants are (Joe Muer Seafood was our favorite). Wish we...More

Thank travelerwayne1997
Reviewed 1 week ago

Free tours weekdays at noon and 3PM. Great way to learn about and how to get around the complex. Various stores, restaurants, a brewry are within the center

Thank MidwestJA
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've visited Detroit a few times now and tell my friend to take me back here because it's such a cool building. The view from inside looking over the river to Canada is jaw dropping. As it's the GM building there are cars inside and...More

Thank winnie2078
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Stop in and see all the newest models from GM. Plus some from their Overseas market. There is also an awesome display of old and new Indy race cars. Shops and restaurants in a very modern building looking out at Canada across the river

Thank jdsmith61
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were impressed with all of the cars on display on the lower level. Several race cars spin around slowly on a giant spinning carousel. I even saw my all time dream car, a Buick GNX on display. Some of the SUVs were unlocked so...More

Thank beachbum40w
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I stopped in for one of the free tours of the Center (offered weekdays at 12/2 PM). The building seemed quite busy at lunchtime and there were lots of things to see. The tour guide was informative and friendly, and did a nice job of...More

3  Thank Mary C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

this is one unique building. part giant office building, part hotel, part restaurants, shops, etc. is a one of a kind building that is fun to walk around. worth a visit

Thank jon s
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have never been to the GM Renaissance Center before and was pleasantly surprised. We were just walking around Detroit and decided to stop in. The main floor was very interesting with many things to look at. I would come back and visit again.

Thank Cory H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

the size of GM headquarters are amazing, this building is a live auto industry from second industry revolution. On the first floor a auto museum is avaliable for free, there is a food curt and internet to enjoy. The aspect that is not so good...More

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Tim B
19 November 2017|
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Response from jazy1978 | Reviewed this property |
Please call before you go
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Tabatha H
8 August 2017|
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Response from cynthiat489 | Reviewed this property |
Oh I'm sorry....we did not go to that restaurant.
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Curtis50Jackson
27 February 2016|
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Response from Michael B | Reviewed this property |
It's fine but the lounge may not be open if you have privileges. Have fun and check out Greektown, worth the walk, might want to cab it at night.
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