Quality Inn & Suites
9555 Middlebelt Rd.
Romulus, MI 48174
Phone: (734) 946-1400
Fax: (734) 946-7480
9555 Middlebelt Rd., Romulus, MI, US, 48174
- Phone: (734) 946-1400
- Fax: (734) 946-7480
Taylor Town Center has a plethora of interesting events all through the year. It is home to the biggest reptile show in Michigan. The reptile show happens every Saturday of every month. It is also the preferred venue for other events like professional wrestling, cage fighting and so on. Not only that the flea market is open every Wednesday through Sunday.
Biker Bob's Harley-Davidson Motown, is a heaven for all the bike-crazy people. Besides offering stylish bikes from well-known brand names Harley and Buell, the shop also sells bike parts, operates Learn To Ride classes and sessions, and does oil changes and other related maintenance services. Biker Bob's is associated with an event almost everyday of the week, most of which benefit the community. Some of these programs are Garage Sale, Free Food Friday, Kruise for Kids, and Rides for Autism.
Founded in 1956, Dearborn Music has been a landmark for music lovers in its namesake city. This record store is located in a strip mall and features a plethora of new and used CDs, DVDs, LPs and Blu-Rays. Off the shelves are classic albums, the latest labels as well as rare finds all under one roof. Genres include the likes of rock, reggae and jazz, folk, country and bluegrass, indie and electronic dance. Add to your record collection or gift your loved ones other merchandise and memorabilia like t-shirts, mugs and posters.
Located along Ford Road, this flagship store is a sports fan's paradise. Featuring sportswear and accessories, Fanatic U offers jerseys, hats, t-shirts, flags and other such paraphernalia for local sports teams such as the Pistons, Red Wings and the Tigers. Custom designed jerseys are also available and make great gifts for any sports fanatic.
The crown jewel in shopping centre magnate Al Taubman's empire, Fairlane Town Center is a fashionable destination that lures more than 18 million customers a year. Built in the 1960s, it has been renovated several times to make the layout less confusing. Big department stores such as Lord & Taylor and Hudson's vie for space in this 1.4 million-square-foot mega mall with small fashion emporium and name-brand chain retailers. Several tiers of stores ring a central court. Its proximity to Ford World Headquarters and downtown Detroit make the mall convenient for the traveler, and it attracts a diverse mix of shoppers.
Located in Dearborn, people flock to this popular bakery for a taste of one of their delicious desserts. Featuring both European-style pastries and traditional Middle Eastern treats, you cannot leave without trying the pistachio baklawa or cheese katayif. Shatila also produces a line of well-loved Middle Eastern ice creams. Be prepared though - because this place is very popular, there's no way to avoid the long lines.
Located on Lawndale Street, the Lawndale Meat & Fruit Market is popular for more than just meat and fruit. Privately owned by Amad Samaan, this unique little place is covered with thousands of Polaroids of its customers. The project, started in 1995 by Samaan with an aim to foster a better relation between the store management and the consumers, has turned the store into a huge local attraction. Every customer that comes in has his or her picture taken, it is then inscribed with “God Loves You” which goes permanently up on one of the walls.
Built in the 1990s, Laurel Park Place departs from the wide-open mall look and has the feel of a series of shopping courts. Shops tend toward the elegant and the upscale. Laurel Park Place also has the only Parisian store in Michigan. Dining options are a cut above the usual mall fare. Laurel Park Place has spawned the familiar satellite system of stores, eateries and office buildings, transforming a sleepy section of the western suburbs into a central destination along the burgeoning I-275 corridor.
The Books Connection is not your average used bookstore. Not only do they have an amazingly wide selection of books (60,000 to be exact) that include bestsellers still hot on the shelves and every genre imaginable - sci-fi, mystery, romance, the list goes on and on - the interior is immaculate and spacious as well. The workers are friendly, knowledgeable and would go above and beyond to help you find the books of your choice. There are always deals going on and new customers will receive discount coupons.
In business for over 30 years, Detroit Athletic is a sports apparel store for the fans, run by the fans. With Lions, Pistons, Tigers and Red Wings products, the shop carries the largest selection of local team apparel and sports memorabilia. All the merchandise carried is officially licensed products from the likes of Nike, Rebok, Winecraft and many other licensees. If you can't make it to Detroit to pick up your fan gear, their online store is a great alternative.
Hello Records houses a great collection of Techno/Electro records. This small record shop is very well maintained, it has records stocked neatly so that customers can enjoy looking through the music without it being a chore. If you are hunting for classic records from legends like The Doors, The Beatles, Alice Cooper, The Jackson Five or AC/DC then your hunt will end here. Hello Records's staff is very helpful and friendly. In a way, this small record store is big on music and solid on selection. Any person who has a passion for records is bound to find his or her kind here.
Since 1921, National Dry Goods has been one of the well known names in the wholesale and retail industry. With an inexhaustible list of brands, clothing in all sizes and latest trends, it is one of the best shopping destinations in Detroit. The store caters to men, women and children alike. Apart from clothing and footwear, accessories are also sold here. This place is the epitome of the one stop shop.