Long-Term Parking - Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport

Long-Term Parking - Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport

$15.00 / day
1 2 3 4 5
Good
0.4 miles from DTW
11050 W G Rogell Dr #602, Detroit, MI, US

Overview

4.3

Long-Term Parking at DTW

Long-Term Lot parking at Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport is a convenient option for travelers who are looking to avoid expensive parking rates at the airport. With this option, travelers can park their vehicles for as low as $15 per day.

Address
11050 W G Rogell Dr #602, Detroit, MI, US
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Amenities

  • Long Term
  • Valet Parking
  • Uncovered Parking
  • Car Wash
  • Groupon
  • Coupon
  • On Airport
  • Off Airport
  • Online Reservations
  • Luggage Assistance
  • 24-Hour Access
  • Indoor Parking
  • Short Term
  • Oil Change
  • Handicap

Google Reviews

4.3
Good
1 2 3 4 5
(Based on 11701 reviews)
Nesbit Joan
1 2 3 4 5
Good airport. Delta airlines and spirit airlines flights are plentiful at this airport. Things move pretty quickly at this. The lines are generally not that long. And the facilities are pretty good too here. This airport is better than quite a few other airports out there…the lounge is pretty good too
Jerry Harrow
1 2 3 4 5
The Macnamera (Delta) terminal is excellent as far as US airports go. While terminal A is very long, the entire place has a simple layout, new and modern, lots of moving walkways, and an internal tram running the length of terminal A. B & C are close by, but smaller, and similarly easy to navigate. Good set of food choices, though may be a bit of a hike to get there.



Most food seems to be typical airport prices, but I did run across one place with $5 muffins which seemed to be a bit exorbitant, as even Starbucks isn't that much.



If you are changing airlines or not flying Delta, you'll likely need to visit the Evans terminal nearby. I haven't been there. There is a shuttle between the terminals, but likely takes awhile because you need to exit security and take a bus.
Parth Bhatt
1 2 3 4 5
Nice airport, sometimes you can find cheap flights from here then from Chicago O'Hare.

Wait times are not long if you don't have baggage. Would recommend doing the check in online. Plenty of options for food/drinks/coffee ☕ .
Tony Apperson
1 2 3 4 5
Huge airport with tons of stores from just regular cloths to things you may need for hygiene. Also tons of places with food and drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. A wide variety of places to choose from and it seems like most of the employees at least during my last visit were pretty nice and helpful.
Khaled Khirfan
1 2 3 4 5
Took me flying to dozens of airports to really appreciate the Detroit one. Spread out and well thought out. They have a nice monorail that runs the length of the terminals so you can just hop on and off. Slick and clean. Several delta skyclubs with great options and views. I'd does peak at high times as any airport would but very spacious and open feeling.
LaShon Hatton
1 2 3 4 5
Today, I had the opportunity to meet Mr. DEANDRE. He works for prospect in the airport. He assisted me when I needed it the most. He was very mannerable and had the best personality. I'm flying on standby today. He brought another passenger to the same gate and he went out of his way to see if I needed to go to the restroom or get food. I appreciate his hospitality. All transportation specialist should be as hospitable as he was.
Alicia Crumell
1 2 3 4 5
Not as bad as I expected. I departed from the Evans terminal. Very simple. The line for Frontier baggage drop off was pretty long though (not the airports fault). TSA was not terribly long either.



When I returned home, I arrived in the McNamara terminal (Delta). It's quite a long walk to the baggage claim. So, take the Delta shuttle if you need to.



If you leave your vehicle in the blue deck long term parking ramp, you have to take a shuttle from the McNamara terminal. They were down one shuttle so the green lot shuttle driver had to pick up both passengers. It did make the wait a little longer, but he was quick and efficient. His driving was definitely some Detroit city driving, but we lived.
Carla Green
1 2 3 4 5
I loved this airport. I had a fabulous steak dinner at the Longhorn restaurant. I believe Pamela was my waitress she is awesome. There are plenty of places to relax and enjoy yourself while you're waiting for your flight. I am grateful for the massage chair 💺 money well spent.
Sergey Nagorny
1 2 3 4 5
I flew in and out of McNamara with Delta. Everything was clean and tidy. The announcement are clear. If there is a gate change - they let you know. People social distance themselves for the most part. Quick through TSAPre-check. Bag also arrived quickly. 5 star!
Dirk Boersma
1 2 3 4 5
The McNamara Terminal is huge: 78 gates in one straight line. That’s good news if you are on a long journey and want to stretch your legs!

Or you could take the red elevated train which has stops at the ends and the middle of the terminal. It is fast and driverless, yet it never has an accident….



A feature I appreciated a lot is the reflection room at the center of the terminal, where you can pray or meditate; a silent spot away from the busyness.



The selection of restaurants is OK, but there are very few coffee shops. This could be improved.



I like the charging poles with USB ports that are widely available while you wait at one of the gates.

The terminal is quiet and and pleasant on your ears.



The water feature at the center of the terminal was nice the last time I was here (with intermittent spurts: cool!) It is being redone and hidden from view. Who knows what will pop up when it’s finished!



Delta has a nice new service: scan your boarding pass at a special desk in the center hall and your flight info appears in big letters on the big screen above your head, only for you to see; everyone else sees a blue screen with a plane only.
Chakri Sunadham
1 2 3 4 5
Not the best airport in the world but definitely most simplest airport you can find. Simple and easy, you can’t get lost in the airport, only 2 terminals delta terminal (McNamara) and the (north) terminal. There’s is a tram that goes to one end to another to get to your gates quickly. Great airport overall.
Bryan Perry
1 2 3 4 5
My last experience at Detroit Metro was amazing! I flew right through security with no problems. I didn't even have to take anything out of my bag, everything was smooth and fluent. my flight was able to take off early which meant I got to land early in Myrtle Beach. Two thumbs up!
Billy W
1 2 3 4 5
Very bright and modern. This has to be my favorite airport to fly through. Plenty of space to relax during layovers and plenty of restaurant and shopping choices. The tunnel that links the main terminal with the others is pretty neat with the colorful light displays synchronized with the music. A layover here is definitely a must if you have the option.
Andi Mora (Andilolo)
1 2 3 4 5
Simple enough to navigate. Clean all-over and had comfy seats. I really liked the art from the museum throughout the airport. This is the only airport where I have ever seen the left luggage, clothing or personal items we are warned to watch out for... And there were a lot of them, I spotted 5 unattended personal items, 2 of which were backpacks. When I reported a left backpack in the ladies restroom to the janitor cleaning the men's restroom, he didn't seem to care, like it's an everyday occurrence. And I sat and waited to see if someone would go on and check on it, it was over 10 minutes before the lady janitor came and I don't think she came for the backpack. Odd.
Donna Fong
1 2 3 4 5
This is a very modern, and very big airport. And even though there are signs everywhere instructing you where to go, I noticed people still got confused just because the airport is so big and there's so much going on.

It was quite the hike from my gate to the rental cars, even though there's a moving sidewalk. I didn't notice until later that there's a big red tram above that I might have been able to take had I known.

However, I convinced myself that walking is healthy, especially after a 4hr flight. If you have a disability, I'd look for alternatives or help.

Rental cars are outside and each company has their own shuttle. My shuttle came right away. And unlike the other parts of the country where there's a car shortage, there were plenty of cars to rent. And very little pressure to use their insurance.
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