The Dahlmann Campus Inn was an upscale hotel in downtown Ann Arbor at 615 E. Huron Street. (their website compares them to the Ritz in Paris). Michael Harman is General Manager.
The hotel was sold in 2015 to AJ Capital Partners; previously it had been a Dennis Dahlmann property. The building is now closed for renovations, and will reopen under a new name.
One of the tallest buildings in Ann Arbor's skyline, with the highest rooms on the 14th story.
Official website: http://www.campusinn.com
The property can host meetings of up to 220 people, with smaller board rooms for meetings of 10-12 people.
December 12, 2015. See furniture, fixtures for sale at former Dahlmann Campus Inn. Ann Arbor News. "The closed hotel now owned by Chicago based hospitality and real estate firm AJ Capital, is having a liquidation sale open to the public."
November 19, 2015. The Campus Inn to close Dec. 1 for months-long renovations at Ann Arbor hotel. Ann Arbor News. "After 45 years in business, The Campus Inn will close for good on Dec. 1 in preparation for renovations by the downtown Ann Arbor hotel's new owners. When the hotel reopens, it becomes part of the Graduate Hotels brand, which is owned by Chicago-based hospitality firm AJ Capital."
September 16, 2015. Ann Arbor's The Dahlmann Campus Inn sold to Chicago-based hospitality firm, MLive. The Campus Inn is sold to AJ Capital Partners.
The Dahlmann Campus Inn could be giving up one amenity in favor of expanding much-sought conference space in downtown Ann Arbor. Owner Dennis Dahlmann submitted a plan to the city planning department today, seeking to remove the existing outdoor pool at the hotel at 615 E. Huron. In place of the pool and surrounding deck, Dahlmann wants to build about 3,325 square feet of conference space adjacent to the hotel’s existing ballroom.
- Campus Inn stories on AnnArbor.com
- Campus Inn stories on Ann Arbor Chronicle
- Campus Inn stories on Ann Arbor Observer
- Campus Inn stories in Heritage Media newspapers
- Campus Inn stories in the Google News archives