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Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed by J. Gray
    5 of 5

    This was a very convenient, safe and accessible space that I used during my visit to Detroit. The host (Karen) communicated well and was available to answer my questions. The loft is in one of the old iron foundries that once lined the Detroit River, perhaps one of the ones that manufactured iron stoves, so there's a little history there. But it's now part of the resurging downtown area. Although bus access is available on Jefferson, I'd recommend still renting a car as Detroit's transit system hasn't yet caught up with other cities. But parking isn't a problem on the streets surrounding the loft building. This unit comes with all the basics that you'd find in a hotel, but you get more for your money because there's more privacy, no hidden fees and you also get free wi-fi. So if you're interested in a short- or mid-term stay in a comfortable, quiet setting that is just minutes from everything the burgeoning Motor City has to offer, I'd recommend this loft.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
  • Reviewed by Sorcha King
    5 of 5

    We had a wonderful stay at Karen's loft in Detroit. The space is light, airy and beautifully curated. There are towels, a hairdryer, plenty of blankets and pillows for the pull out couch and even bikes available for guests to use. It has a beautiful view of the river and is just across the street from a Walgreens for any essentials. I would highly recommend this property to anyone visiting Detroit.

    Stayed: Jul 2018