Element extended stay brand comes to Detroit

George Sell By George Sell
22 January 2019 | Updated 22 January 2019

US: Element Detroit has opened in the converted Neo-Gothic Metropolitan Building.

The eco-focused extended stay hotel occupies the building that had been vacant for nearly 40 years.

"The restoration and rebirth of this building with the Element Detroit at the Metropolitan as its centrepiece is a testament to the resilient spirit of Detroit," said David Di Rita, co-founder and principal of Detroit-based developer Roxbury Group. "When the building closed 40 years ago, it would have been hard for Detroiters of that era to have imagined that it would come back to life in this way, particularly with so many of its beautiful original features still intact."

The building was renovated by Metropolitan Hotel Partners, a joint venture between the Roxbury Group and Detroit-based Means Group Inc. The Element Hotels brand is part of Marriott International.

The hotel has 110 guest rooms with nine one-bedroom suites, 5,000 square feet of meeting space and 7,000 square feet of retail on the ground and lower levels.

Standard guest rooms have a mini fridge, microwave and sink. Studios and one-bedroom suites have a refrigerator, sink, microwave, dishwasher and two-burner cooktops.

Eco-friendly amenities include artwork made from recycled and repurposed materials and a filtered water system in each room. Other features include low-flow faucets and toilets and environmentally conscious soap, body lotion, shampoo and conditioner.

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