Weber's has been an Ann Arbor community staple since 1937 when founder Herman Weber, then only 23, operated the business with his brother. At the time, the original location consisted of a grill, a few tables, and a jukebox that helped pay the rent. Today, guests visit from all over the country to enjoy the elegance Weber's Boutique Hotel has to offer including the rooms' Simmons Pillowtop beds, Bluetooth Bose speakers, and Italian porcelain tiled bathrooms.
Another signature feature on the property is Weber's Restaurant, where customers have flocked to for decades to re-enjoy their favorite dishes. Some of the most popular include their London Broil, live Maine lobster, crab cakes, and house-made desserts, but the top seller since the 1950s is the prime rib. Carefully aged for 28 days, this incredible dish is available in 10, 12, and 16-ounce cuts which can be enhanced with their horseradish crust to give it a burst of extra flavor.
Executive chef Jeremy Caroen has the honor of preparing the prime rib in the kitchen and claims they go through about 60,000 pounds each year. Classic cocktails and a well-curated wine list with options from around the globe add to the overall dining experience. The dining room features stunning A-frame architecture, stained glass windows, and a baby grand piano. Follow up dinner with a visit to the attached bar, The Habitat, for live music and dancing.
Additional Weber Hotel amenities include, grab and go items at the Coffee Cart, custom cakes and pastries from The Bakeshop, complimentary "Ultra-Fast" wireless internet, an indoor saltwater pool, sauna, and hot tub, and a 24-hour gym offering strength training, weights, and cardio equipment. The summer patio and sun deck will entertain you with a giant chess set, pinball, and pool tables. There are also nature trails next to the property at Dolph Park for outdoor adventure.
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