Book Tower's Roost Hotel and Apartments is nearly ready for guests. The hotel will have 117 guest rooms, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, and reservations are available starting on June 1.

Roost is more of an extended-stay hotel, with rooms including kitchens, offices, and onsite laundry. Guests also have access to a large fitness room, a bike share program, and a 3,000-square-foot coworking space.

The rooms are on the pricier side. If someone was to come in for the Grand Prix next weekend for a Thursday to Sunday stay, it would be $563 per night for a one-bedroom apartment - although there is a 15% discount for paying when you book. 

Bedrock is wrapping up an extensive, nearly $400 million restoration of the 1926 building. The building also has 229 apartments, retail, 3 restaurants, and event space. The first residents moved in this month.

The events program is called Anthology with the food and beverage team Method Co. The property has a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces that will be available in September. This includes a large ballroom for up to 300 guests, a lounge for up to 150 guests, and an activated alley behind the building. 

The Conservatory BallroomODA

"We are incredibly excited to be opening our sixth ROOST location in Detroit and to be part of the renaissance that has been ongoing here for some time now. Book Tower has been under restoration and renovation for seven years and when ROOST’s doors open in June 2023, we could not be more thrilled to welcome people from Detroit, the region and the world to see what we have all been up to,” said Randall Cook, co-founder and CEO of Method Co. “In addition to several incredible food & beverage concepts, Method Co. is also excited to unveil Anthology, which will offer the city of Detroit a variety of fully customizable events and gatherings within Book Tower's beautiful event spaces." 

Related: Photos: Before and after Book Tower's historic restoration