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"The hotel room was clean, the view was excellent, and the bed was comfortable. The front desk service was exceptional; the clerks handled all inquiries and problems in a friendly, courteous manner. The amenities looked great, but we didn't have time to use them. OK food at the restaurant, but the menu was limited. No continental breakfast. We were charged for an extra day of parking because of a late checkout, but we were able to sort that out. We recommend staying here."

"We stayed at this hotel on New Year's Eve, and it was a horrible experience. The rates were too high, it took about a half hour to get a drink, and the bar ran out of basics. We ordered food at 10 PM, but the kitchen closed at 11 and we never got our food. Don't stay here."

"Great hotel with clean rooms and friendly personnel."

"I had a pleasant stay at this hotel, but the front desk staff wouldn't let my friend check in until I arrived and paid in full."

"Nice, quiet hotel room. Loved the valet parking even though it was pricey. Quick cab ride to Ford Field."

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The aura that emits from Comerica Park is positively contagious. Grab some tickets for the next event and experience it on your own terms.

It is in Detroit, a delightful city that's worth a visit.

Comerica Park has many places to stay in the immediate vicinity. There are 23 hotels within a radius of only 2 miles. The MGM Grand Detroit is miles away. Also, the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center and The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit are miles and miles away, respectively.

The Trumbull & Porter Detroit Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection is a well-known and convenient local accommodation option. This budget establishment is ideal for those eager to save some cash, and it's located just 1 mile away.

If you are the type of traveler who enjoys all the added features, you can stay at one of the excellent upmarket hotels close by. Your friends back home are sure to be green-eyed with envy if you decide to stay a few nights at the Greektown Casino Hotel, just miles away. MotorCity Casino Hotel, miles away, is another excellent accommodation option that you can check out.

Take a load off and tantalize your taste buds at Hockeytown Cafe, a well-known pit-stop close to Comerica Park. Later on, you ought to grab a table at Little Caesars Pizza for a full meal. Want to seal the night with a few beers? You won't need to journey too far to come across On-Deck Circle.

Other Places to Visit near Comerica Park

You don't have to venture very far from Comerica Park to find other things to do in this area:
  • If you're enthusiastic about the stage, you should spend an evening at Fox Theatre.
  • Travelers who are searching for an evening of entertainment while you're on vacation, you can trust Fillmore Detroit having a festival or live event that is right up your ally.
  • Investigate the upcoming events and savor some culture at Fox Theater Building. You'll find numerous theater productions catering to many tastes and interests.
  • Feel high-brow and worldly when you dress up to experience a musical show at Detroit Opera House.
  • Become a more knowledgable visitor to the city by making a trip to Gem Theatre, a historic building.
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Are there hotels with free wifi near Comerica Park?

Definitely. After a long day out in Downtown Detroit at Comerica Park, it’s nice to come back and relax at your hotel knowing they have free wifi. Binge on your favorite online show, or check the weather forecast and plan your activities for the next day. Either way, hotels near Comerica Park with free wifi are the best option for your trip. Instead of scouring the web to find all the Downtown Detroit hotels with free wifi, browse our listings of the best hotels offering free wifi near Comerica Park.

Can I book hotels near Comerica Park with free breakfast?

You sure can! You know what they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Before your day exploring Downtown Detroit, make sure to fill up with a good, hearty breakfast from your hotel. Check out some of our best deals below:

Are there pet-friendly hotels near Comerica Park?

Yes, there are. Don’t want to leave the pups behind on your trip to Downtown Detroit? You don’t have to! At Orbitz, we know no trip is complete without man’s best friend. That’s why we’ve found these awesome hotels near Comerica Park that allow pets.

Where can I find hotels near Comerica Park with restaurants?

Although it’s fun to taste the local cuisine on your trip to visit Comerica Park, sometimes it’s nice not to worry about what’s for dinner or where to go. Our hotels with restaurants in Downtown Detroit will allow you to just lay low after a day of exploring Comerica Park and enjoy a great meal without leaving the comfort of your hotel.

What are the best deals on Comerica Park hotels with pools?

If you want to cool off in the pool after a great day out in Downtown Detroit exploring Comerica Park, our deals are just what you need. We offer discount rates on the top hotels near Comerica Park that have pools.

Are there hotels near Comerica Park with parking?

If you’re planning to drive around Downtown Detroit, or if you want to leave your car somewhere safe to walk from your hotel to Comerica Park, you’ll want to check out our deals on hotels near Comerica Park with parking. We've found deals on bookings for hotels near Comerica Park that have parking on-site for guests.

Is there hour concierge service at Comerica Park hotels?

Sometimes travel can be unpredictable. Maybe your flight gets delayed and you miss check-in time, or you decide to stay late at Comerica Park and return after the front desk is closed. Either way, you don’t want to get stuck without hour concierge services at your hotel near Comerica Park.

Can I book a hotel near Comerica Park with non-smoking rooms?

Sometimes it’s nice to explore a new area on foot to really get a feel for the lay of the land. Explore Downtown Detroit like a local and stay within walking distance of Comerica Park without going over budget.

Where can I book 4-star hotels close to Comerica Park?

We’ve found 11 4-star hotels near Comerica Park that offer great deals on nightly rates. When you book a 4-star hotel near Comerica Park you book the ease of knowing that one of your favorite destinations is a short trip away. Check out our best deals on 4-star hotels near Comerica Park below:

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Looking to save a little cash on your trip to visit Comerica Park? We get it. You want to splurge on outings and activities, without blowing your budget on hotel rooms. Our 3-star hotels are perfect for a budget-friendly trip to explore Downtown Detroit and check out Comerica Park. Browse our best deals on 3-star hotels near Comerica Park below.


Ballpark Chasers

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW)

23 miles/30 minutes to Comerica Park

WHERE TO STAY?  Hotels Near Comerica Park (all within walking distance) 

Unlimited budget

MGM Grand  Detroit

Athenaeum SuitesDetroit

Hilton Garden InnDetroit Downtown

Westin Book Cadillac Hotel

Moderate budget

Marriott Hotel in Detroit Michigan

DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Detroit Downtown

Chaser budget traveler

Comfort Inn - Downtown Detroit - miles from Comerica Park

Comfort Suites Downtown Windsor - 2 miles from Comerica Park

Ballpark Chasers Tip: Keep in mind that there are a lot of “bargain motels” close to the ballpark, but if they are not listed above, they are not recommended by Ballpark Chasers.


The Tigers conveniently offerseveral parking lotssurrounding Comerica Park. A convenient option is to pre-purchase your parking spot online. We recommend this when attending a Tigers game against a big market team, Opening Day or a playoff game. Parking ranges from $15 to $25, depending on the proximity to Comerica Park. Cabs are easy to come by as well, if you are staying at a hotel that is too far to walk. Furthermore, many restaurants and bars offer complimentary shuttles to Comerica Park for their patrons (see the section: "WHERE TO EAT").

Ballpark Chasers Tip: .6 miles from Comerica is the MGM Grand Detroit Casino. Hotel guests received complimentary parking. Although there are no shuttles to Comerica Park, it is only a minute walk to the ballpark. 


Detroit offers so many sports bars and restaurants. Some of our favorites include Tin Roof, Detroit Beer Company, Elwood Bar & Grill, and Town Pump Tavern. But when in Hockeytown, eat at Hockeytown Café. Whether or not you are a hockey fan, Hockeytown Café is not to be missed. Located just around the corner from Comerica Park, this sports bar gives you plenty to look at. Hockeytown is filled with hockey memorabilia, statues, and full-size motorcycles. Menus range from salads to burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, Panini’s and of course, red wings.

If you prefer a nostalgic sports bar with a taste of old Tiger Stadium, check out Nemo’s. Don’t worry that they are a little further away as Nemo’s has a fleet of full-size school buses to hall you to the game. Make sure to get the Ballpark Chasers meal: cheeseburger, side of “world famous” chili, French fries and a beverage of your choice.

Loco’s Tex-Mex Grille is our favorite spot for Mexican food. Located within walking distance of Comerica Park, Loco’s has a full menu ranging from burgers to burritos. They also provide a complimentary shuttle to every Tigers game. Ballpark Chasers usually go with the combination plate in order to sample multiple foods. 

Ballpark Chasers Favorite Bar- Detroit Beer Company

Once inside Comerica Park, check out The Corner Tap Room. This new bar is filled with memories and mementos from Old Tiger Stadium. For concessions, there are three spots to target: Big Cat Food Court, Big League Grill and Beer Hall. The Big Cat Food Court is near the main entrance of Comerica Park and offers a variety of unique ballpark foods. For dessert, make sure to try the elephant ears and the homemade donuts. Big League Grill is an outside picnic area serving traditional ballpark grub on the third base side of the ballpark (just look for the baseball Ferris Wheel). Beer Hall is a great option if looking for a full-service restaurant. This tavern (within the Brushfire Grill) offers a traditional sports bar cuisine with a plethora of domestic and international brews from a 70 ft. bar.  Our favorites within Comerica Park are Brisket and Cheddar Stuffed Cornbread Muffins, Buffalo Cauliflower, Italian Grinders, and Wet Burritos. 

New Food To Comerica Park

Coney dog-stuffed egg rolls -  stuffed with hot dogs, chili, mustard, and onions.

Banh mi - a hot dog bun and filled it with a thick slab of bacon, shredded lettuce and cabbage called “Asian slaw,” and a drizzling of sriracha aioli.

Boozy ice cream bars - Atwater Brewery’s Vanilla Java English-style porter and Decadent Dark Chocolate Ale. 

Garden Salad and Grain Bowl Jars - salads with veggies, cheese and ranch dressing and grain bowls with quinoa, lettuce, brown rice, farro, cheese, and veggies. 


Comerica Park is in the middle of the pack for Major League Baseball attendance. On average, the ballpark was 70% full during the season. Although tickets are usually available at the box office before the game, Ballpark Chasers recommends pre-purchasing your tickets ahead of time directly through the Tigers box office.. 

Ballpark Chasers Tip: look for scalpers hanging out more than yards from Comerica Park. Local law prevents them from going closer. In addition, if you are selling extra tickets (even under the face value) make sure you are far from the ballpark to avoid a trip to the nearest Detroit jail. 


Detroit has a continental climate which provides for warm and humid summers, with temperatures frequently hitting 90 degrees. June and September bring the most rainfall, while July tends to be the warmest on average. Ballpark Chasers tend to find late May and late August as the best times to travel to the Detroit area.


Detroit is a city with vast history, filled with a number of great museums. If you only have time to visit one, make sure to check out the Motown Historical Museum. This museum has done a fabulous job showcasing the impact that Motown had on pop culture and how it still influences music to this very day. From the beginning of Hitsville USA to the major enterprise of Motown Record Corporation, guests will see everything from the original loan granted to finance the first record to the actual “Studio A” where the greatest hits were once recorded.

Another inspiring museum to visit while in Detroit is the Museum of African American History. With over 30, artifacts and archival materials, make sure to leave a half-day to see it all.

If your ballpark trip to Detroit happens to fall on a Saturday, make sure to sign up for a Detroit Heritage Walking Tour. These award-winning tours share Detroit's rich architectural and cultural history around Detroit and the Metro Area. Tours are offered weekly in three areas of Detroit — Downtown, Midtown/Cultural Center and Eastern Market — every Saturday morning at 10am from May through the end of September. 

Belle Isle - Only a few miles from Comerica, this urban island contains fountains, statues, the oldest aquarium in the US, the Anna Scripps Flower Conservancy, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, and a Nature Museum.  Many areas are by donation only.  This is a great picnic spot if you pick up lunch/dinner for before the game.

Other favorite attractions in the greater downtown Detroit area include Greenfield Village, the Henry Ford Museum, Detroit Zoo, Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Michigan Science Center. 


Comerica Park is part of “The Rust Belt” Ballpark Chasers vacation. This trip includes seeing the Indians at Progressive Field and the Pirates at PNC Park. Those Ballpark Chasers looking for a longer vacation also include Cincinnati to see the Reds play at Great American Ball Park. On average, the drive from Comerica Park to Progressive Field takes three hours, while Progressive Field to PNC Park to takes 2 ½ hours. Make sure to have a comfortable car as it is nearly a five-hour drive back to Detroit from Pittsburgh.

Just one hour South of Detroit is Toledo, Ohio, home of the Mud Hens. The Mud Hens are the Detroit Tigers AAA affiliate. Fifth Third Field is an amazing Minor League Ballpark that is not to be missed. Another close option (about 90 minutes away from Comerica Park) is Cooley Law School Stadium, home of the Lansing Lugnuts. The Lugnuts are the Single-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.


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