Best Western Hotels & Resorts adds Best Western Premier Detroit Southfield Hotel to growing portfolio

16-Story tower undergoes multimillion dollar renovation, becoming first Best Western Premier in Michigan

Best Western Hotels & Resorts reported the addition of the Best Western Premier Detroit Southfield Hotel. The property is the company’s first Premier hotel in the Great Lake State. The hotel’s grand opening is planned for September 13.

Owned by Kiwi Hospitality, the hotel is located less than 25 miles from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and is close to Downtown Detroit and Heritage Park.

The property features 196 recently renovated guestrooms, that have been redesigned for superior comfort and a luxurious stay. The top floor of the Best Western Premier Detroit Southfield Hotel offers eight penthouse suites and the 15th floor contains executive suites and standard suites. All of the guestrooms provide a connectivity panel that accommodates HDMI, VGA, and Audio/Video power sockets.

The property also includes an on-site restaurant, the Nomad Grill – operated by Detroit-based, The Epicurean Group – which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers a bar built from wood blocks, reclaimed metal panels and pipes. Menu items include locally sourced ingredients.

Additional amenities include a fitness center, business center, 20,000 square feet of conference and meeting space, and a hot tub.

“We are delighted to join the renowned Best Western hotel brand and to bring the company’s Premier brand to the great state of Michigan,” said J.C. Chaturvedi, President of Kiwi Hospitality. “We look forward to capitalizing on the global reach that Best Western’s network provides while maintaining our unique personal identity and showing visitors just how cultural and original the city of Detroit can be. We have grand plans for this property, and it’s going to be exciting to see our ideas develop as we move forward.”

Source: Best Western International
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