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 500 Tuscarora Rd. East , Windsor, ON, CA, N9A 3M2

  • Phone: (519) 971-0505
  • Fax: (519) 971-8444
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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The city of Windsor, in Quebec, is known as the southernmost city of Canada. In fact, it is located south of even the city of Detroit in the United States and is separated from it just by the Detroit River. The city has a number of tourist attractions for every kind of tourist. It is home to several National Historic sites and churches, while cultural attractions include the many theater companies, bars, restaurants and the lively nightlife scene in the downtown area. Those looking for recreation can head to the many parks dotting the city's waterfront and indulge in some biking there. All in all, Windsor is a city with a throbbing vibe that has a lot to offer.

Windsor, ON N9A 4M9

»St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church (Windsor, Ontario)

A beautiful architectural structure that has been standing still for more than a century, is the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. The church welcomes everyone and offers religious services to all. For details, check website.

405 Victoria Avenue at Park Street
Windsor, ON N9A 4N1

»Congregation Shaarey Zedek (Windsor, Ontario)

Well known as the foremost Orthodox Jewish congregation, the Congregation Shaarey Zedek is a beautiful community. It conducts diverse events and activities with the mission of bringing the entire community together sans any discrimination.

115 Giles Boulevard East
Windsor, ON N9A 4C1

»GM Renaissance Center

The GM Renaissance Center, known to locals as the "RenCen", is located in Downtown Detroit. The RenCen is composed of 73 stories and seven towers of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, movie theaters and even a hotel, among other things. It is also the world headquarters of the General Motors Corporation. A great package of fun and entertainment, this place is surely not to be missed.

400 Renaissance Center
Detroit, MI 48243

»The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy

Founded in 2003, The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy is an organization that works towards the preservation of the Detroit RiverWalk. The place has been transformed from the once shabby industrial wasteland to a beautiful promenade with green spaces, parks, plazas and more. The conservancy organizes various community events like fund raisers, river-front events through which it disseminates the idea of making the RiverWalk an easily accessible place. You can also support them by making contributions in order to enhance the urban beauty.

600 Renaissance Center
Detroit, MI 48243-1802

»Mariners' Church of Detroit

Dating to the 1840s, Mariners' Church of Detroit was modeled after seamen's chapels on the East Coast of the United States. The Gothic structure has services on Sunday morning and at noon on Thursdays. It is often the site of funerals of Detroit civic notables. The church's mission is to serve Great Lakes sailors and their families, and nautical images festoon the interior. Bells toll whenever a life is lost on the lakes. They most famously rang 29 times in November 1975 with the sinking of an ore ship in Lake Superior, an event immortalized in the popular Gordon Lightfoot song "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald." Come by to offer your prayers or to be simply enchanted by this mystic place.

170 East Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226

»Christ Church Detroit

Christ Church Detroit was originally founded in 1845 as a wooden building, but after fifteen years the parish decided to build a large church. The church you see today was designed with an American Gothic style and has a welcoming and friendly parish. Take the time to look at the church's stained glass windows, two of which were designed by Tiffany & Co.

960 East Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, MI 48207

»Cobo Center

Cobo Center, also known as Cobo Hall, is a spacious convention center located on the Detroit waterfront. It boasts 2.4 million square feet (222967 square meter) of open floor space. Adjacent to the Center lies the Cobo Arena, which has hosted several international music and sports events. The Center has played host to some prestigious events like the International G-7 Job Summit and the annual North American International Auto Show. Besides the massive floor space, the Center also comprises several banquet rooms and 80 meeting halls. Event catering is exclusively provided by the Center. Ample parking space is available.

1 Washington Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48226

»Detroit Endurance Lab

Detroit Endurance Lab, as its name suggests, will literally make athletes test their endurance levels with their tough lessons in cycling, running and triathlon. Their intensive classes require determination, resilience and serious physical and mental preparation. However, the demanding nature of their sessions and the efforts required finally seem worth it when athletes begin to achieve success in competitive tournaments. Their personal coaches ensure discipline and correct techniques, while they use the CompuTrainer technology for testing and suggesting improvements. This organization also provides exercises for corporations and birthday parties in order to facilitate team spirit, leadership qualities and mental strength.

1938 Franklin Street
Detroit, MI 48207


Detroit is one of America's most historically complex cities with a turbulent, ever-changing history that continues to mystify residents and outsiders alike. Initially founded by French settlers, residents were offered payment in exchange for populating the town during its early stages of growth. After falling into British hands and eventually being ceded to the United States under the Jay Treaty, Detroit was a relatively sleepy fur trading town for most of its 19th Century history. However, this all changed when Henry Ford established his Ford Motor Company in Detroit, inspiring a slew of American auto magnates to set up shop in this growing metropolis. Throughout the first half and middle of the 20th Century, Detroit was a pinnacle of America's manufacturing prowess, producing thousands of automobiles and war equipment. The consequence of white flight and the oil crisis of 1973 began to chip away at the robust industry, and the city fell into eventual decline throughout the 90s and into the new millennium. While there are still abundant abandoned properties and derelict neighborhoods, Detroit is once again encouraging settlers to stake their claim, and city officials and residents await a new era for this once magnificent industrial capitol. 

Detroit, MI 48201

»International Banquet & Conference Center

Located in Greektown, the International Banquet & Conference Center features as many as twelve meeting rooms and banquet rooms with the capacity to house ten to 600 guests. The rooms can be used for functions like weddings, birthdays, or even business meetings. The Grand Ballroom is also situated in the center. The building consists of wood and marble pillars, 22-foot ceilings with dome skylights, and a circular balcony. The prized location of this conference center affords a panoramic view of the city.

400 Monroe Street
Detroit, MI 48226

»CVS Pharmacy

With outlets all over the United States of America, CVS Pharmacy is one of the largest pharmaceutical store chains in the country. It has even bagged an under-20 position in the prestigious Fortune 500 list. This Detroit branch stocks personal and childcare products, beauty supplies, drugs, health essentials and first aid products. One can even find sectional merchandise for hair and skin care, nutrition and diet. Besides, it also sells household items just like a department store, including foodstuffs, gifts, games, toys, office supplies, cleaning equipment and electronics.

1037 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
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