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Detroit is a rising star among travel destinations in America for business travelers, couples looking for great deals, and families in search of lots of fun things to do. This is an exciting place to learn about Motown music, the automobile industry, local craft beer, and stunningly beautiful architecture. To really get to know the local vibe, you might choose to stay in an Airbnb property. Fortunately, there are some great ones to choose from around the city!
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This popular Airbnb features the entire home for rent. It can accommodate 10 guests with its five bedrooms, six beds, and two bathrooms. Bring your large travel group here to experience Detroit like a local in an authentic neighborhood and enjoy the live-in art gallery, bikes, gated parking, and laundry facilities. The North End has a historical character and is easily accessible to the heart of the city. Perks include a ping pong/dining table, separation between bedrooms, and Wi-Fi. The hosts live around the corner and try to greet guests in-person, when possible.
You can also stay in this modern hut in Detroit, which you’ll have all to yourself. It works well for up to four guests and has one bedroom and one bathroom. Stay here for a unique experience in the True North/Woodbridge/Core City area. It’s on Grand River Avenue and a new construction hut home on the near west side. The space is open and airy to make you feel right at home, with art prints, vintage pieces, and cozy amenities. The internet is fast, the kitchen is equipped, and French doors lead out to the back patio. The immediate neighborhood doesn’t have many walkable amenities, so it’s best to stay here with a car and use the free street parking.
This bohemian bungalow is a popular Airbnb choice for up to nine guests with its four bedrooms, five beds, and 1.5 baths. You’ll have this whole house to yourself and guests who stay here will have access to the home security system, bikes to borrow, free parking, and a backyard. It’s close to everything that Detroit has to offer and the downtown area. Central air conditioning, heat, gated parking, and laundry machines are available for guests.
Meanwhile, this Midtown studio is a great pick if you’re looking for a walkable neighborhood that’s easily accessible. This cozy studio apartment, which you’ll have all to yourself, suits up to four guests with two beds and one bathroom. It’s an 1880’s-era Gothic-Victoria building near Third Man Records and the Museum of African American History. MoGo bike rentals are a block away, and within 10 minutes, you can walk to the U of M shuttle bus and the QLINE to get downtown on the streetcar. Guests here have a full kitchen, washer and dryer, private bathroom, and plenty of street parking.
For something entirely unique in Detroit, consider camping at a farm right in the city. This is a very affordable place to stay for up to 10 guests. You’ll have the campsite to yourself on an urban farm. The property is a certified wildlife sanctuary that is also home to a dog, two cats, and a baby. Guests who camp here have access to the yard, tent, Wi-Fi, and house amenities in the bathroom and kitchen. If tenting isn’t your thing, the host also rents out a guest room. Stay here to learn about locally grown food, homemade soap, wild crafts and primitive arts.
The Duck ‘N’ Roll Inn is a fun and quirky place to stay because it is a three-bedroom house on an urban duck farm. You’ll have this whole house to yourself, which accommodates up to eight guests in three bedrooms, five beds, and 1.5 baths. Stay at this eclectic farmhouse to learn about ducks and enjoy a laid-back oasis. The property spans six city lots with a garden and trees. Adventurous travelers, artists, gardeners, and families with kids enjoy this Airbnb.
This cool apartment on Airbnb accommodates up to four guests with its two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is upstairs from Slows BBQ and in the heart of Detroit’s oldest neighborhood, Corktown. This is a historic area at the forefront of Detroit’s revitalization and is near many restaurants, bars, and shops. Other perks of staying here are the outdoor balcony, fully stocked kitchen, local art decorations made by regional artists, and an open and airy space to stay in.
The Little Paris Loft is located in the historic Brush Park area of Detroit. It’s centrally located between Midtown, Downtown, and Eastern Market so you’ll have easy access to entertainment venues, bars, and restaurants. Guests here also love the 400-square-foot balcony that overlooks the downtown skyline.
For groups of up to six guests, consider staying at this four-bedroom, two-bathroom house in Detroit. It is close to Downtown and Midtown and has a backyard and deck. You’ll have this whole house to yourself and find it very clean and comfortable. There’s a third-floor bar room with a pool table you can also rent out for an extra fee. Two parking spots are available, as well as street parking nearby.