Be close to the best Detroit area attractions during your stay in Novi! The Baronette Renaissance Hotel offers leisure travelers a unique experience in comfort, attention, and professional service, all within minutes of the most popular sights and activities in the area.
Adjoining the hotel is Twelve Oaks Mall, Michigan's largest shopping mall, with nearly 200 fine stores including Nordstrom, Macy's, Lord & Taylor, JCPenney and Sears. The Baronette Renaissance is a hotel close to dining and entertainment, as well as attractions unique to Detroit.
Be minutes from the most famous Detroit landmarks, historical attractions, and museums during your stay at the Baronette Renaissance Hotel. From the Henry Ford Museum to the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit is full of history, art and culture.
Henry Ford Museum offers a mesmerizing history of America as displayed in the products that changed the culture of the nation and the world.
Greenfield Village, the Detroit area's most famous attraction along with adjacent Henry Ford Museum, is a sprawling recreation of bygone days in American life. The working village recreates everyday activities in the 18th and 19th centuries, with frequent demonstrations of lost arts such as blacksmithing, typesetting and glass blowing. A recreation of Thomas Edison's Menlo Park workshop is among many monuments to invention. Historic homes and cabins from across the United States have been relocated or rebuilt here. The village is living history, with its own working farm and frequent events such as 1860s-rules baseball games.
Fox Theatre Detroit is an exotic presentation of lions, gargoyles, gold fixtures and ceilings and jaw-dropping grandeur that harkens back to the flamboyant era of movie houses. The Fox is busy with concerts, family-oriented shows and a wide variety of other offerings. It's the anchor of the Theatre District and perhaps Detroit's greatest civic treasure.