Black Meetings and Tourism

January / February 2020

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B M & T ••• January/February 2020 ••• 14 offer more space than many other hotels in Detroit. With complimentary Internet access and compli- mentary shuttle, DoubleTree will keep you con- nected online and around town. This Detroit hotel's accommodations offer more space for rest, work and play. Enjoy comfortable amenities and modern technology. Each suite has complimentary Internet access, allowing you to stay connected during your stay. Host a diverse range of events for up to 300 guests in this historic land- marks extensive and versatile meeting space. This Hilton property is the only IACC-certified confer- ence center in the city. Experience local favorites in an upscale atmos- phere at Motor City Kitchen or join us in the Motor City Kitchen RoundBar. Located on the street corner, The RoundBar is an energetic downtown bar offering a variety of menu items, drink specials and entertainment. The RoundBar is a great place to meet before the game or show. Sip an aromatic cup of coffee at the Motor City Market while taking advantage of the com- plimentary WiFi. The hotel also offers a fully equipped fitness center featuring the latest in cardio and strength equipment. For more information call (313) 963-5600. ST. LOUIS UNION STATION HOTEL – CURIO COLLECTION BY HILTON Within sweeping archways, fresco and gold leaf detailing, mosaics and glass windows, you'll find the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton. This AAA Four Diamond Hotel provides a truly elegant experience in the heart of a bustling metropolitan area. Transport yourself to a time when travel was an art and the fine details were important. Every guest room boasts timeless décor, a work area, a flat screen TV and spacious bathroom. Opt for a suite with a courtyard view, concierge lounge access and added amenities. Several of the hotel's suites offer exclusive access on the historical side of the building and are individually railroad themed. Dining is a unique experience at this Union Station hotel with offerings ranging from upscale American cuisine to a quick sandwich or pastry. Savor delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Station Grille with lovely fountain views. Stop by the Grand Hall Market for your morning Starbucks coffee and grab a local treat or souvenir. After a busy day in St. Louis, unwind with one of the many hotel amenities. Workout in the fitness center, swim some laps in the out door seasonal pool and revel in The Grand Hall Experience 3D Light Show. Plan your next St. Louis event in the 100,000 sq. ft. of flexible space for up to 2,000 people. This unique venue, on-site event staff and catering options make your wedding day as perfect as possible. For more information call (314)231-1234. With a combination of elegance and a unique style, each of the historical hotels mentioned above has something for everyone. Each with its own sets of historical events, downfalls and successful rises gives these hotels their identity, which in turn represents the personalized hospitality bestowed upon its guests. At the end of the day it really just comes down to what theme a planner is going for. Larger or more modernized hotels are great for many occasions but for these mem- orable more intimate gatherings historical hotels set a backdrop that guests will cherish forever.

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