Located on the riverfront in the heart of downtown Detroit, the GM Renaissance Center features three of the citys ... More
GM Renaissance Center
Located on the riverfront in the heart of downtown Detroit, the GM Renaissance Center features three of the citys hottest restaurants, award-winning cuisine, the latest movies, the latest GM vehicles and specialty cars, and a variety of shops and services.
My son planned a special evening out so that we could celebrate his graduation from college. The service and meal at the top was delightful ! The view was amazing ! The Renaissance was a great place for our celebration!!
Overall, the displays were really cool and it was nice to see some vintage vehicles as well. The only thing that I was really disappointed about, was you would think that with the release of the Camaro on the horizon, that GM would have the car at their World Headquarters. We were looking forward to seeing it in person, but NO, it wasn't there. I figured they would also have a couple of vehicles from the musclecar era as well, but nothing there either. The biggest disappointment, was the fact that they didn't even have a GM store there to buy the merchandise that they had in display cases. Luckily, we ran across the GM store in the airport as we left to pick up a few goodies. It is a great free tour, but don't expect to see alot more than the new vehicles that sit on the car lots.
This is a great stop to add to a downtown tour. In the lobby, they have some amazing concept cars from the 50's and today. Speed to the top (75th?) floor via glass elevator- there's an upscale cocktail lounge and restaurant with an astounding view of the Detroit river and Canada. I can't vouch for the food, but the whiskey sours were flawless. Bring your camera.
When I visited the GM building a while ago it was nice but outdate. When I recently went I was like WOW. With Italin glass sculptures to an area to view car from a glass elevated walking trake, your sure to like this place. The Winter garden or the river front is nice as well. A great place to walk to Plaza festivals.
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delicious cuisine and a world class wine list (one of Michigan's largest) to accompany the panoramic view of Detroit ...
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