Comfort Suites Downtown
500 Tuscarora Rd. East
Windsor, ON N9A 3M2
Phone: (519) 971-0505
Fax: (519) 971-8444
CVS pharmacy has many locations throughout the state and it is a perfect place stock your pharmacy requirements. This particular location at the Renaissance Center, offers customers the convenience of shopping for medicines, toiletries, essentials and other goodies while on their way to work or while heading home after work. The self-checkout kiosks and comfortable layout of the store adds another touch of convenience. Just remember to carry your own bags as they offer one but will charge you for the same.
Coffee Beanery is an American chain of coffee shops with outlets in Asia, Europe and the United States of America. Its multiple locations in Detroit itself are evidence of its popularity. This franchise store on Renaissance Center sells unusual blends such as Cinnamon Holiday Blend Flavored Coffee, French Toast Flavored Coffee and Chocolate Mint Kiss. The fair trade varieties like Guatemalan Huehuetenango Fair Trade Coffee and the rare Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee are also popular items. Customers can also shop for numerous coffee-drinking accessories including mugs, canisters, grinders and bottled syrups.
Au Bon Pain is a perfect place to grab a quick meal. Be it baked goods or hot breakfast and coffee or soups, salads and sandwiches for lunch, Au Bon Pain has something for every mood and every taste. They also have a special kids menu and they run a variety of discounts which makes it a perfect place to eat with families, friends and co-workers. The place is clean, well maintained and run by a friendly staff. If you are around the Mexicantown and looking for a place to eat, you should try Au Bon Pain they won't disappoint you!
Wear your city on your sleeve with a selection of uniquely Detroit products at Pure Detroit. The store was established in 1998 with the sole purpose of capturing and spreading the essence of the beloved city. Today, it stands as a worthy promoter of the city and its culture. From casual apparel and jewelry to gifts, bags and souvenirs, there's quite a lot of things to choose from.
Motor City Wine is part wine shop and part wine bar that is well-known for its reasonable prices and friendly atmosphere. There is live entertainment nearly every night of the week for those who seek to enjoy at the venue. Specializing in wines from small, family-owned vineyards, find your next favorite bottle at Motor City Wines.
Roasting Plant is a cafe in Detroit, that takes the process of coffee-making quite seriously, with its beans coming from some of the best plantations across the world, which are then roasted to perfection using a mixture of science and coffee-making art. The staff is attentive, and you might even end up getting a customized coffee for yourself. The prices are at par with other coffee places in the area, and one can enjoy the coffee inside the shop, or by their patio.
Bonnie's Gifts & Sundries is replete with racks of souvenirs, t-shirts, caps, hats, soft toys, handbags, mugs, posters and gifting items. The overhead lamps sparkle while this shops bustles with effervescent shoppers, looking for the perfect keepsake or gift for their loved ones. Once you find a souvenir of your choice, stop at their food counter for a delicious pastry or a refreshing ice cream.
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.
In the lean years when downtown Detroit was moribund, Greektown was the only place alive at night, so it's only fitting now that as Detroit revives, Greektown is the place to be. What once was one block of nearly identical Greek restaurants has expanded into a throbbing center of restaurants, clubs, shops and a casino. The indoor mall, Trappers Alley, was an earlier attempt to update the area. The increasingly upscale but still affordable Greek eateries and bakeries, with their succulent baklava and other pastries, still provide the anchor for an increasingly diverse area.
Henry the Hatter is one of the premium stores selling hats and caps since 1893 in Detroit. Be it any occasion, the wide selection of hats will ensure you'll find exactly what you're looking for. Straw hats, casual caps and dress hats are all available. They also provide all the accessories you may need for your hat and also cleaning and blocking services.
Founded by two wilderness guides in 1992, Moosejaw has expanded to become a popular recreational apparel and gear shop with various locations throughout Michigan. With dozens of brand name merchandise at this Detroit location, Moosejaw offers you outdoor recreational needs. Besides apparel, find items like tents, sleeping bags, backpacks, skis, snowboards, wake-board gear and more. Their excellent customer service, vast inventory and creative marketing strategy has created a loyal customer base.
To bibliophiles, this book shop is a must stop. On four floors of the old Advance Glove warehouse are close to a million titles, ranging from the popular to the obscure, covering all kinds of subjects. It's a treasure trove for book lovers, who can spend many happy hours wandering the aisles. Owner King moved here in 1983 after outgrowing his first location. He has published about 90 rare book catalogs and handled the papers of celebrities, sports stars and numerous auto magnates. There are two smaller King locations, one at Wayne State University and one in Ferndale.