Things Your Must Do When You Stay at Our Hotel in Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Located just 45 miles west of Detroit, Ann Arbor, Michigan – home to Sonesta ES Suites Ann Arbor – is an area bustling with things to do, making it a popular vacation destination for people of all ages. From arts and culture to a plethora of unique dining options and recreational spots, there is plenty to do and see in the Ann Arbor area of Michigan.

Are you thinking of booking a stay at Sonesta ES Suites Ann Arbor? Here are just a few of the many things you will be able to enjoy during your stay:

  • Michigan Stadium – Affectionately known as “The Big House,” Michigan Stadium is home to the football team at the University of Michigan. This stadium is a must-see if you’re ever in the area because it is the biggest stadium in the United States, with official capacity over 107,000!
  • Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum – This museum is a must for families traveling with young children. The museum features a number of interactive exhibits and covers a number of engaging topics in the science and technology field.
  • Kerrytown – As one of the area’s best shopping areas, Kerrytown is full of charming boutiques and local restaurants. It is even home to a Farmers’ Market on weekends!
  • Matthaei Botanical Gardens – This 300-acre garden is ideal for those who enjoy spending time outdoors. It boasts a number of outdoor displays and scenic nature trails that are great for an afternoon stroll.

These are just a few of the many things that can keep you busy during your stay at Sonesta ES Suites Ann Arbor. Our team will be pleased to help you find other activities in the area to suit your specific interests. If you do not have an upcoming stay at our hotel in Ann Arbor, MI, but would like to book one, follow this link to make your reservation.

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