Detroit is a city which requires Americans to have a car or a willingness to ride public transportation. At 157 sq mi, it is not at scale and density like Brooklyn. No Detroit location will give good, global access to the things one would want to see, unless one has a narrow idea of what that is and stays near it: places in downtown will be 2 miles from Corktown; place in Midtown will be 4 miles from Mexicantown. There is a bus stop directly in front of the house which connects to downtown and all routes from there. There are 3 rental bike stations within a couple of blocks that can be used for more direct routes to Midtown, Eastern Market, etc. The location is in Mexicantown, 2 blocks from the river, 3 blocks from a beautiful park, 15 minutes walk from Corktown, and 2.5 miles from the center of downtown. Also, Jan mentioned in his private feedback "slow responses." I assume that's because after setting an expectation for a later check-in, he suddenly changed the plan and texted me en route that he was headed my way. I did not receive that message until after they arrived, and so, no, didn't respond since I'd already met with them. What's important for guests to remember is that they are visiting my home and I am not hotel staff. I have a job and a life that I am doing. Responding instantly or turning on a dime with changes is not promised nor offered.