El Moore

Looking at El Moore, one travels back in time. To 1898, more precisely, when this structure was built. The building has a rich history and was even abandoned in the late 20th century, but it has reclaimed its place in this thriving part of Detroit with a complete renovation focused on sustainability. Beautifully designed rooms welcome guests, who can admire stunning views over the city and immerse themselves in the vibrant Cass Corridor neighborhood.

El Moore

  • 624 W Alexandrine St, Detroit, MI 48201, United States

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