The Inn at St. John's is attached to what used to be a monastery. It is a gorgeous place with a breathtaking chapel. I recently had a business dinner at the 5ive steakhouse and since we were attending a holiday party close by, we decided to give the hotel a try. Definitively a Boutique hotel, this ...
Very disappointed I asked for top floor and did not get it and had a bunch of screaming kids running all around. Also when I went to the fitness center. 15 kids one adult. Not using equipment properly. Guess there should be an age limit. Hot tub not hot just jets
The hotel was not that bad, however it could use an upgrade, exterminator and new housekeeping because them housekeepers can’t clean! It’s ok if you have to stay here for a night or two if your not picky. My personal advice remodel and upgrade your rooms to match the upgrade of your lobby!!!
Rooms clean stayed additional nights great guest service very safe
Nothing more...nothing less. Close to everything.
The Kensington looks freshly renovated (~1 year). It is clean, and everything was in working order. Staff was friendly, helpful. Good mid-level hotel for business travel; good price.
Asked for a connecting room with another guest that was staying the same time as I was and was told that was what we will be getting but when we arrived we were told there was no more connecting room, so wasn't sure if there was no connecting room at all to begin with or whatnot but overall the room was nice and the bed was comfortable.
There's something for the whole brood in Plymouth.
Tuck into a matinee or enjoy a night out at Phoenix Theatres Laurel Park and Livonia 20 Theatre's—a movie is also a great option for date night while you're in town.
Sports fans can get their fix at Mike Modano Ice Arena, as well as some handheld eats and souvenirs.
If a little rest and relaxation is in order, head to Adira Salon & Spa, Charisma Salon and Day Spa and Blondie's Salon & Spa to rejuvenate and enjoy some serious pampering.Nightlife in Plymouth
The good times in Plymouth continue long after nightfall. Bar Louie, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Sweet Lorraine's Cafe & Bar bring the party with music, dancing and cold drinks.Getting to Plymouth
The most direct path to Plymouthis through Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Windsor Airport.Get outdoors in Plymouth
Not all of Plymouth's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Maybury State Park, a nice spot for having a picnic or enjoying a leisurely stroll.
Dive deep into marine biology and meet some of the creatures that live in the water at Fantastic Fins.Getting to Plymouth
The most direct path to Plymouthis through Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Windsor Airport.Where to eat in Plymouth
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at Buffalo Wild Wings, Buca di Beppo - Livonia, Mitchell's Fish Market and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. These and Plymouth's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.Shopping in Plymouth
Stock up on souvenirs and personal treats while in Plymouth—Von Maur, Von Maur and Benson Diamond Jewelers are filled with the latest trends and accessories. The goods at Best Buy, Kmart and Sprint Store will help you keep up with the latest tech trends.Nightlife in Plymouth
The good times in Plymouth continue long after nightfall. Bar Louie, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Sweet Lorraine's Cafe & Bar bring the party with music, dancing and cold drinks.Arts and culture in Plymouth
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Plymouth at Greenmead Historical Village. Bradner Library, Barnes & Noble and Madonna University offer a taste of culture and learning.Where to eat in Plymouth
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at Buffalo Wild Wings, Buca di Beppo - Livonia, Mitchell's Fish Market and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. These and Plymouth's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.