Legendary style and glamour have returned to Detroit with the completion of the unprecedented $200 million restoration of the historic Westin Book Cadillac Hotel. Located in the up and coming “Book District” this Detroit landmark has once again reclaimed its position as Detroits premier lodging and social gathering destination. A member of the National Registry of Historic Buildings, the Italian Renaissance style hotel, originally built in 1924 by the Book brothers, quickly became the tallest building in Detroit, as well as the tallest hotel in the world. The hotel features all of Westins signature services and amenities, including WestinWORKOUT® Gym, Westin Executive Club, in-room spa services, and Westin Kids Club®. Designed to provide calm and respite, each of the 453 guest rooms, including 35 suites, showcase rich fabrics and textures and feature the acclaimed Heavenly® Bed and Heavenly Bath®, 42 Plasma TV, laptop safe, stocked refreshment center, wireless Internet, and dual-line cordless telephones. Each guest bath will feature Westins signature bath amenities, as well as a lighted make-up mirror, marble and stone finishes, and abundant natural light.
Refreshing and sophisticated dining options are available throughout the hotel and include three signature restaurants – including ROAST, an exciting 8,000-square foot eatery helmed by celebrity chef Michael Symon. The James Beard Foundation award nominee and Food Network Iron Chef” winner will offer a creative menu focused on the art of sourcing and preparing artisanal and heritage meats. Whether cured, smoked, braised, spit roasted or wood grilled, Symon will search for the highest quality producers and breeds of pork, bison, wild boar and prime dry aged beef. Signature dishes will include rotisserie suckling pig, dry aged porterhouse for two and an array of house made sausages. Guests will enjoy even more food and beverage choices at the hotels stunning Motor Bar with 30-foot ceilings and towering