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Our guest rooms provide modern amenities in a traditional style.
Queen Guest Room
During World War II, the inn dedicated a wing of the first floor to pilots from the Detroit airport. Known today as "Pilot's Row", each room includes a queen bed, classic dècor, and exceptional in-room amenities.
Double/Double Guest Room
Enjoy a comfortable and productive stay with plush bedding, spacious work area, and thoughtful touches.
King Concierge Executive Room
Make yourself at home in one of our oversized guest rooms. The executive king provides the luxury of our king guest room with extra space to spread out.
Concierge Level Guest Room Bathroom
Our guest rooms feature marble bathrooms and exceptional amenities. Bathrooms may differ based on room type. Concierge level guest room bathroom is pictured.
Colonial Home Room
Step back in time with the historic elegance of one of our five colonial homes, representing replicas of famous American's homes. Each colonial home and guest room is unique in appearance and layout and offer all the comforts and luxuries of Marriott.
Colonial Home Room - The Patrick Henry House
Famous for his speech "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death", the replica home of Patrick Henry was skillfully constructed from records of floor plans and pictures as the original was destroyed by fire in 1919.
Colonial Home - Barbara Fritchie House
Step back in time with the recreated home of Barbara Fritchie, a well-known and proud unionist from Maryland during the Civil War.
Colonial Home - Walt Whitman House
Enjoy the rich history of a great American poet in the replica home of “The Good Grey Poet”.
Colonial Home - Edgar Allen Poe Cottage
Reflecting a unique post-war look, the reproduction of Poe’s Cottage embraces the historic craftsmanship of this famous poet’s time period.
Colonial Home- Gov. Oliver Wolcott House
Connecticut Governor in the 1700’s and signer of the Declaration of independence, Oliver Wolcott’s reproduced house reflects the fine living of governors and judges his day with an added wing and porch.