Hotels in Sterling Heights start at $59 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
An unimaginative tourist might dismiss the Midwest as "flyover country," and be uninspired by its more industrial cities. You, however, are not a mere tourist. You are a traveler. A wise wanderer. You've embraced flyovers as an opportunity to marvel at this nation from above, and observed the Great Lakes that so majestically define its northern periphery. From high above you see splats of blues, verdant forest tracts, and geometric grays representing cities born from the energies of the most industrious Americans the world has known. And you long to get down there, plant yourself somewhere in Michigan, and see it all up close. Book hotels in Sterling Heights, MI, the state's fourth-largest city, and get ready to experience the best of the Midwest.
Sterling Heights hotels put you just 16 miles from downtown Detroit and even closer to Lake St. Clair, which is notable as a U.S.-Canada boundary. Navigate the lake by boat or canoe and discover one of the many coves that perforate its raggedy shoreline. When the distant city skylines have disappeared from view, discover nature unspoiled, and a serenity disturbed only by the swish of an oar. They say a drop of water entering Lake St. Clair takes a full week to leave it. Venture there yourself and you might not think a week is enough. But there's more to see. Arrange Sterling Heights car rentals and drive to downtown Detroit. Make it a day trip, or book a hotel in Detroit and be in no rush while exploring attractions like Belle Isle Park and the Detroit Historical Museum.
Need “flyover" flights as well as motels in Sterling Heights, MI? Bundle them together with Travelocity for the biggest savings. You'll travel with more cash in your pocket to rent a kayak for a second day or enjoy a fancy meal in the city.