Hotels in Romulus start at $44 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
The twin wolf brothers Romulus and Remus may have founded Rome, but it's Romulus that stands alone just outside of Detroit. If that's all Greek to you, never fear. For this is driving country. And rolling down the windows and feeling the crisp, cool western Michigan air is a proper way to pay homage to a city known for its role in the auto industry. Skyscrapers and factories loom in the distance, beckoning the urban traveler in you, but it’s as if the hotels in Romulus, MI are gesturing for you to come. Come and lay down some roots like Romulus did in Rome, even if only for a couple of days.
What better way to relive the glory days of the auto industry than to park outside your room at one of the motels in Romulus, MI. Imagine the days of Henry Ford, when most local residents of the city changed history by sweating on the car assembly line to feed their families. If you can't picture it, head to the Henry Ford Museum to see it yourself. The sound of vintage Model T horns punctuates the silence, and you can truly see what life was like in Romulus a century ago.
Embrace the lure of the automobile with a Romulus rental car. Fit right in by choosing a Ford, and embark on the open road until you reach the nearby Detroit hotels. Once in the Motor City, cruise by the headquarters of General Motors, which is housed in the Renaissance Center. Or, leave your wheels behind and use your own two feet to climb to the top and dine at the center’s scenic restaurant overlooking the city.
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