The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit Web Site
After an unpresendented $200 million restoration the historic Westin Book Cadillac has reclaimed it's position as Detroit's premier luxury lodging and social gathering destination This iconic building is once again the city's crown jewel. A member of the National Registry of Historic Buildings, the Italian Renaissance style hotel was originally built in 1924 by the Book brothers, and quickly became the tallest building in Detroit and tallest hotel in the world. Amenities including Westin Workout with indoor heated pool, Westin Executive Club, full-service Spa19 and Westin Kid’ Club. Designed to provide calm and respite, each of the 455 guestrooms, including 35 suites, showcases rich fabrics and textures and features the acclaimed Heavenly Bed and Bath, 42” Plasma TV, laptop safe, stocked refreshment center, wireless internet and dual-line cordless telephones. Each guest bath features Westin's’ signature bath amenities, lighted make-up mirror, marble and stone finishes and abundant natural light. Award winning dining is available at Iron Chef Michael Symon's Roast - 2009 Detroit Free Press "restaurant of the Year", 24 Grille which features a private Champagne Bar, The Boulevard Room for breakfast and lunch, The legendary Motor Bar for cocktails and light fare and WBC Coffee, our gourmet grab-n-go. Enjoy 24 hour in-room dining and valet or self parking.
A Michigan Wine Restaurant serving a selection of Michigan wines.