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A Victory Inn & Suites

3750 Washtenaw [map]
(734) 971-2000

102 units. S & D $49.95 & up. Free continental breakfast. Banquet/meeting space for up to 100 people. Restaurant on premises serves authentic Thai cuisine. Disability friendly. Wifi. No pets. info@victoryinnsuitesannarbor.com, avictoryhotels.com/annarbor.htm


Days Inn

2380 Carpenter [map]
(734) 971-0700

127 units. Starting at $75. Indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness center. Free breakfast. Non-smoking. Disability friendly. Wifi. daysinn.com


Embassy Hotel

200 E. Huron [map]
(734) 662-7100, (734) 996-9597

26 units. Starting $63. Night, weekly and monthly rates. Downtown Ann Arbor, 4 blocks from U-M. Built 1889. Mini refrigerators, microwaves, phones. Dish TV. Disability friendly. Wifi.


Motel 6

3764 S. State [map]
(734) 665-9900

107 units. Starting $53.99/night. Outdoor pool. Free coffee. Access cards for Internet $2.99. Disability friendly. m61247bo@motel6.com, motel6.com


Red Roof Inn University South

3505 S. State [map]
(734) 665-3500

119 units. S or D from $75. Free breakfast bar, coffee. Refrigerators and microwaves in all rooms. Coin laundry. Pet friendly. Disability friendly. Wifi. redroof.com


University Inn

2424 E. Stadium [map]
(734) 971-8000, (877) 971-8001

55 units. S and D $59-$99, $319-$459/wk. Microwaves and minirefrigerators in all rooms. Free continental breakfast. Cable TV, Wifi. info@lamppostinn.com, lamppostinn.com




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