Metro Detroit's 'Diamond' hotels

Published On: Jan 18 2013 04:36:05 PM EST


More than a dozen hotels in the metro Detroit area are sparkling a little brighter.

AAA has announced the winners of the prestigious Four-Diamond Rating for hospitality industry excellence. 

A total of 15 hotels and five restaurants across Michigan have earned the distinction for 2013. 

In Detroit, the Westin Book Cadillac, the Motorcity Casino Hotel and MGM all were given the honor.

Inside the Motorcity, the restaurant Iridescence, was also give the Four-Diamond Rating. 

AAA Michigan will officially present the awards at a special luncheon in April during the 2013 Pure Michigan Governor's Conference on Tourism at the Marriott Renaissance Center Hotel in Downtown Detroit. 

The other award-winning hotels include: 

Birmingham - The Townsend Hotel

Dearborn - The Dearborn Inn  and The Henry Hotel Autograph Collection

Grand Rapids - Amway Grand Plaza Hotel and JW Marriott Hotel Grand Rapids

Mackinac Island - Grand Hotel

Mount Pleasant - Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort

Plymouth - The Inn at St. John's

Rochester - Royal Park Hotel

Romulus - The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Southfield - The Westin Southfield 

The other AAA Four Diamond restaurants include:

Birmingham - Rugby Grill

Farmington Hills - Café Cortina

Grand Rapids - Cygnus 27

West Bloomfield - The Lark


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