Built by the famous Book brothers, the Westin Book Cadillac was completed in 1924 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Both a hotel and a condominium complex, the attractive Italian Renaissance-style structure was once the tallest building in Detroit. It was also the tallest hotel in the world for some time. After undergoing a renovation to the tune of $200 million, the Westin Book Cadillac has reclaimed its former glory and is one of the finest lodging establishments that you will find in the Motor City, if not the entire Midwest.
Located in the heart of Downtown Detroit, the Westin Book Cadillac offers 453 rooms and more than 60 residences. The rooms, which include 35 suites, offer an average of 475 square feet and are filled with inviting amenities. Among the standard amenity highlights are flat screen TVs, deluxe bedding, and spa-like bathrooms. High-speed internet access is available for an added fee, and both microwaves and refrigerators can be requested. As for the residences, they are found on the upper floors and figure among the most prestigious condos in the downtown area. Condo residents enjoy access to everything that the Westin Book Cadillac has to offer. This includes a heated indoor pool and a well-equipped fitness center.
In addition to an indoor pool and a fitness center, the Westin Book Cadillac features five award-winning restaurants, a rejuvenating spa, and an array of venues that can be used for such things as meetings and weddings. Other facility highlights include a business center and a concierge desk. Among the things that the concierge staff can assist guests with are private car service, event tickets, and dinner reservations.