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We enjoyed a four-night stay at Roberts Riverwalk Hotel but it's location on the Riverwalk was key. The hotel, itself, seems nice enough but very worn, dirty carpet on the entry steps, a dilapidated parking lot, missing grout in the bathrooms, no on-site food service,...More
My wife and I had tickets to a concert in downtown Detroit and this hotel's location was convenient and the riverfront view was nice but that's about the extent of it.
We got into town a few hours early and called the hotel 6-7 times...More
We stopped into this hotel on our way to Chicago. We went to check in at 3.40pm and were told we can’t check in until 4pm. So we waited. The room that was given to us was right next to where there was a band...More
The property is on the river and is in a perfect location for visitors. Unfortunately, it is poorly run -- to the point where it does not appear to be managed at all. The property needs new management. The whole operation needs to be overhauled....More
I walked into the hotel at 4:45 to check in, there was a long ridiculous line to the door. I waited in line till almost 7. It was 90 degrees outside and NO working air conditioning inside.Save yourself the headache and book something else. This...More
I booked this room from a travel website after doing some extensive research which included reading others' reviews. In Detroit for a concert at Ford Field for one night this hotel was the perfect place for us. It is... More
I booked this room from a travel website after doing some extensive research which included reading others' reviews. In Detroit for a concert at Ford Field for one night this hotel was the perfect place for us. It is within walking distance of Ford Field, 2.2 miles and it includes FREE parking which saved us $30 and the hassle of driving around with all of the traffic in town for the concert plus the ball game at Comerica which is right across the street. We had a river view in a large, high ceiling room. The Roberts Riverwalk was built in 1902 so yes it definitely has some unique characteristics about it but to me these are the hotels I prefer to stay at. Fun fact: it's also was considered at National Historic Landmark in 1976 and only became a hotel in 2011. Yes it is on the river so it is in the warehouse district and yes the parking lot has signs stating to park at your own risk but who doesn't. We parked our brand new truck, tinted windows and rims and all, in the parking lot and walked both to and from the concert. People's reviews to take into consideration that this is DETROIT, maybe if they drove around they'd realize how lucky they were to being staying in this beautiful hotel on River Place Drive and not some sketchy place on Pelky Street. One last thing to address, all of the staff that we encountered was very helpful and friendly to us!