Hotels Near Detroit Airport With Park Sleep & Fly Packages
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Detroit Airport Hotels with Parking
Welcome to the ParkSleepFly Detroit Airport hotel selections. Through ParkSleepFly.com you can find great rates on hotels near Detroit Airport with park, sleep and fly packages. Reserving a Park Sleep Fly hotel near DTW requires just a small deposit and your room is guaranteed! Avoid the stress of getting to Detroit Metro Airport on time; park, stay and fly! With comfortable accommodation, shuttle transport and free parking (short stay or up to 14 days long term parking) tens of thousands of people have had a more relaxing trip out of DTW with unique packages from a wide choice of Detroit Airport hotels.
The Detroit Airport parking lots, on-airport, have been upgraded in the past 10 years, but self-parking can still be a hassle. Eliminate that additional stress by reserving a DTW parking space for your outbound flight at AirportParkingReservations.com. It offers reservations and shows rates and availability for parking lot partners that serve Detroit Metro. All of the parking locations offer free shuttles to and from the lot, and with AirportParkingReservations.com, your parking reservation is 100% guaranteed.
If you'd prefer to keep your car at home, there are several airport shuttle services that will take you to DTW. The most cost-effective shuttles are vans that make multiple stops around the area before heading to the airport. These can take longer, but the prices are quite reasonable. Other shuttles offered are town cars, limos, SUV's, and private vans for large groups or families. For further information on Detroit Metro Airport shuttles, please click here.
Detroit Metro Airport is located 21 miles southwest of downtown Detroit and 25 miles east of Ann Arbor, so be sure to leave enough time to get there. It is a quick exit off of I-94, with a handful of gas stations nearby. All of Detroit Metro's rental car facilities are also off-site, but the airport area is nicely spread out and easily navigated. Within the terminals, indoor trains are available to take you from one end of the expansive terminal to the next. As Delta's midwestern hub (home to the former Northwest Airlines; now Delta), it is the 17th busiest airport in the US. The terminals have recently been refurbished and visiting Detroit Metro is a much more pleasant trip than it once was.