Detroit a top 25 domestic travel destination in 2015

Where will Americans travel in 2015?

Detroit! says Hotels.com.

DALLAS, Dec. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Robots that service hotel guests, the emergence of marijuana tourism and the rise of several Midwest destinations – these are some of the trends that marked the year in U.S. travel.  As 2014 draws to a close, Hotels.com® has compiled an analysis of search data, survey findings and data from the Hotel Price Index™ (HPI®) to come up with the Top 10 Travel Predictions for 2015.

  1. Detroit’s resurgence will continue and the city (currently ranked the 28th most popular domestic destination according to HPI) will join Chicago (ranked sixth) as the only other Top 25 U.S. destination in the Midwest. After emerging from two years of bankruptcy, new hotel openings, such as the Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney, and the addition of new downtown entertainment and nightlife options will help the ongoing revitalization of Detroit.

Click here for the complete Hotel.com Top 10 Travel Predictions for 2015.

Hometown History Tours enjoyed a banner year in 2014. We welcome this news for 2015 and look forward to showing off the city to all these new visitors. Make Hometown History Tours your go-to tour guide for Detroit & Southeast Michigan. We offer: themed and general sightseeing walking & bus tours, step-on-guide service, public, group & private tours. Visit us online or call 734.642.5712 or email k_risko@yahoo.com for details. 

Birmingham Newcomers in front of the Spirit of Detroit.
Birmingham Newcomers in front of the Spirit of Detroit.


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