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park and fly hotel

We need to spend one night in a hotel with airport shuttle service and leave it at the hotel for 10 days.Which hotel is safest and nicest?Thanks.

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Hi, Colkeena. If you search this forum, you will find that this subject has been discussed at some length.


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I stayed at the Baymont in October and it was very nice. I think it was just for 7, but I bet you could negotiate that. Shuttle was on-demand and very prompt.

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LaQuinta is good. Very nice rooms with a secured park and fly lot right next door included in the price and a shuttle. For you I think they'll charge for 3 extra days though because I think the room price only entitles you to 7 free parking days.

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We do this every time we depart from Detroit, and my favorite park & fly is at the Fairmont...newer hotel, good service and reasonable rates.

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colkeena -- if you're flying Northwest, I would highly recommend staying at the Westin at the airport. They will valet park your car for a week for free (additional days are something like $15/day), and their beds are to die for. The best thing though is that when you need to catch your flight, you just take the elevator down and walk right into the Northwest terminal. You can't beat it. Thurs through Sun, their park/fly rates are around $139-159.

However, if you don't want to spend that much, the Hilton Garden Inn is also an option. It's only a short distance away from the airport, and they offer free parking and a shuttle. I think we spent $150/night the last time we were there. The bed was very comfortable there as well.

For safety, I'd chooose the Westin since you never have to set foot in a parkeing lot or garage if you don't want to, but we felt totally safe at the Hilton as well.

Good luck!

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Thanks for all the quick replys.

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I know I am a bit late jumping in here, but in case you are still looking or if you are paying more and can get out of it, Quik Park offers a Park-Sleep-Fly rate with La Quinta.

$99/night (most only stay the one) & gets you 8 days free parking with Quik Park. $129 if you want to stay at the Four Points Sheraton. If you have AAA I think the extra day is $8. They also have an online coupon for a free day (www.quikpark.com

La Quinta details: 734-641-9006

Sheraton details: 734-729-9000

Big Blue is also $8 economy. Shuttles don't seem to run as often as Airlines or Qwik but it is less $$ and it is covered.

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Hello, I just clicked on here to check on a recomendation for a good hotel to spend the night in before we leave for our vacation to Cozumel.. (I frequent the Cozumel TA board) It definately did not take long to get my answer.

2 questions..., we have a 6am flight on Northwest. Staying at the Westin ...Is there anyplace to get breakfast at the hotel or in the terminal? Or do they have microwaves to heat up a breakfast sandwiches?

What is this about free parking? We are going for 7 nights.

Thanks, Lynn

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