This is a private room at Hostel Detroit with shared bath. We are a non-profit focused on showcasing the history and evolving future of our city. We want our guests to leave Detroit with the perspective of someone who has experienced it first-hand.
Hostel Detroit is an educational non-profit that believes that experiential travel is the best way to learn and experience the City of Detroit. It is a social space. Expect to make friends! We are located in a bright and vibrant 100 year old building in a neighborhood that is full of urban farms and innovative projects. We are a 20 minute walk to downtown Detroit.
Guests will have private access to their room. They will have full access to all other features of the hostel. This includes kitchen space, shared bathrooms, outdoor space, common areas, laundry and more. If you plan to check in after 9pm, arrangements must be made.
Общение с гостями
We operate to serve guests that want to experience Detroit. We are there to give advice and interact. We want to give you the local knowledge you need to make the most of your trip.
Другие важные подробности
Where can I park my car?
Parking is free on the street (your car will be fine as long as you don't leave valuables in eyesight) or you can pay $5 per day to park in the gated lot behind the hostel.
Is the North Corktown neighborhood safe?
Yes, the North Corktown neighborhood is safe – there are many wonderful neighbors who look out for each other and will be looking out for you! Be mindful, talk with neighbors about their opinions and ideas on Detroit, and ask them for their stories. They're very outgoing, friendly, resourceful, interesting people!
How much is a taxi ride from the Greyhound Station / Rosa Parks Transit Center?
It should cost no more than $8 to catch a cab to the hostel from either place – take Michigan west, Rosa Parks north, west on Spruce.
How much is a taxi ride from the Amtrak Station?
It should cost no more than $15 to catch a cab – take Woodward south, west on MLK, south on Trumbull, and west on Spruce.
Is Greater Detroit safe? Yes, it's safe if you're smart – like all major cities. Be aware of your surroundings, be careful with your money, and be respectful of strangers. Look people in the eye and say hello!
Is Detroit safe to walk around / bike around?
Yes. When biking, bike on the street, use hand signals, wear a helmet. We'll even rent you a bike for $20 a day. When walking, stick to populated, well lighted areas at night. Trust your instincts!
What's the security system for Hostel Detroit?
The front door is locked at all times. To enter the building, you must have a pin # that you receive via email after submitting payment for your reserved bed / room.
Our office hours are 9am till 7pm. Call us if you have any questions. Please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
All reservations requests are subject to availability and reservations must be completed before your arrival.
A front door code is needed to enter the hostel. If you do not have a code, you will not be allowed access. You will receive an individualized code for our front door separately after you book.
Hostel Detroit does not allow pets.
Kitchens are self service, please clean as you go!
Check in time is between 1 & 9 PM.
Check out time is 11AM.
No sleeping bags allowed on the bed.
Luggage can be kept at the hostel after checkout. Please ask a staff member where to stash your bag.
Lockers with combination locks are available for valuables at no cost (Please bring your own lock!)
No smoking indoors ever.
Please clean up after yourself.
Treat others as you would like to be treated.