The District Detroit as a whole is made up of a dynamic mixture of sports and entertainment venues, including six world-class theaters, and 3 professional sports arenas. The District Detroit will also feature residential, office and retail developments that connect these venues into one contiguous, walkable area, where families, sports fans, entrepreneurs, job seekers, entertainment lovers and others who crave a vibrant urban setting can connect with each other and the city they love.
How many suites are available to rent at Little Caesars Arena?
Little Caesars Arena has 60 total suites available. Each private suite can hold between 10-24 people, depending on the suite location and level. Loge box seating or Gondola Boxes are an ideal alternative for small groups, seating 4 - 12 guests.
Suite Amenities & Special Features:
Little Caesars Arena suites are designed with ample standing room and group seating. Suites feature leather couches, a full service wet bar and high definition displays.
What should I do and where should I stay before the game?
The newest Detroit District is a booming 50 square block, chock full of historical landmarks and theaters built in turn of the century, bars and nightclubs, top notch casinos, as well as three professional sports arenas: Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers, MLB) Little Caesars Arena (Detroit Red Wings, NHL, and Detroit Pistons, NBA) and Ford Field (Detroit Lions, NFL).
Make sure you swing by the stunning art deco Fox Theater, which was built in 1928 and was named as a National Historic Monument for its architecture. From there, the Detroit Opera House (built in 1922) borders the rejuvenated Campus Martius area of The Detroit District. Campus Martius is a 1.2 acres park in the heart of The Detroit District that offers a large outdoor ice skating rink built to replicate Rockefeller Center’s in New York City. Cadillac Square Park is also nearby.
If you’re an avid Detroit sports fan, make sure you check out the Iron Fist Monument put up in 1986 as a monument to honor Joe Luis and the movement of who was then-considered to be America’s first African American sports hero during World War II. The president at the time, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, said, “Joe, we need muscles like yours to beat the Nazis.” This statue shows that raw power.
From there, take a leisurely stroll down Detroit’s Greektown area, where you can sample some amazing cuisine, as well as Detroit’s rich culture. Detroit is also home to many large casinos, including Dan Gilbert’s Greektown Casino. Other popular Detroit attractions include the Eastern Market, a large year round farmers market and street art center, or a trip to the Shinola factory headquarters or Carhartt historic factory store.
Nearby Hotels Include:
- MotorCity Hotel and Casino
- Crowne Plaza
- MGM Grand Casino and Hotel
- Atheneum Suite Hotel
- Hilton Garden Inn
- Greektown Casino and Hotel
- The Inn on Ferry Street
- The Inn at 97 Winder
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When do suites open for access?
Little Caesars Arena suites open two hours before the start of the event.
How to do I get to Little Caesars Arena and where do I park?
Olympia Development operates 32 parking facilities within The District Detroit, all within a 10-minute walk to Little Caesars Arena.
Little Caesars Arena is easily accessible via interstate 94 and 75, and also Detroit’s newest mode of public transportation, the Q Line. The QLINE is a 6.6-mile north-south loop that runs along Woodward Avenue from Congress Street in downtown Detroit to Grand Boulevard in New Center. It has a total of 12 stops. The closest stops to Little Caesars Arena is Sproat Street/Adelaide Street, and Montcalm Street.