Hotels Near Eastern Market News | October 14, 2009 Hilton Garden Inn Downtown (Gratiot & Brush) Milner Hotel (Harmonie Park) Greektown Casino Hotel (Greektown) Atheneum Suites (Brush & Lafayette) Courtyard by Marriott Downtown (Jefferson Ave) Detroit Marriott (Renaissance Center) Holiday Inn Express (Washington & Michigan) Westin Book-Cadillac (Washington & Michigan) Doubletree Suites (Fort & Shelby) Comfort Inn (Jefferson & St Aubin) Omni Hotel Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Related 2 Comments Pete from Grand Rapids says: October 22, 2009 at 8:35 am The $3 extra charge imposed by your online ticket service really sucks! I’ll just go to the gate and pay the extra 2 bucks. BTW….why not just say the tickets are $38 online? What’s wrong with being honest about the cost? It appears that you’ll save $5 a ticket when in fact, you don’t. Eric Briggeman says: December 13, 2009 at 11:57 pm Pete, I’m sorry that you think that it is a better deal to pay $2 more at the gate than you can get on-line for our festival tickets. We are not trying to be “sneaky” by not telling you of the on-line service charge in our ticket price. I attend many concerts and sporting events and they NEVER add the convenience charge to the publicized ticket price. That’s what you’re paying for, the convenience of not having to drive to a brewery to buy a ticket, or to pay the extra $5 at the gate. Most of the time concerts charge $5-$7 per ticket extra. The $3 that our service charges is pretty reasonable. And that money does not go to the Guild. The ticket company gets that money for processing the transaction.