Edward Hotel & Convention Center
Designed by notable architect Charles Luckman and built 1976, what is now celebrated as Edward Hotel & Convention Center has served as a breathtaking highlight to the skyline in Dearborn, MI. As the second largest hotel in Michigan, Edward Hotel has 773 guestrooms, 27 elegant suites, and is arguably one of the most recognizable buildings in Michigan. The properties historic ties to Ford Motor Company literally place it in between the auto giant's iconic Corporate World Headquarters and the educational Henry Ford Museum. Ties to the auto industry continue to be apparent as one enters the hotel's towering 16-story atrium lobby where you can expect guests to be enjoying our plush lobby furniture, surrounded by chrome railings, polished wood, and stunning light features reminiscent of America's golden age of auto making. After the original property managers decided to relinquish it, the Edward Hotel changed hands several times never to the greater benefit of the property or the surrounding community. Finally, in 2016 business visionary and television media mogul Edward Gong acquired the property making it the third property of the four that make up Edward Hotel Group.