Where the cultural folk roam
Louisville's downtown area is a vibrant place of arts and culture depicted within its theatres, sporting stadiums, museums, performing arts centres and other cultural establishments. With so much to see and explore, you're going to want a reliable hotel that you know will keep you well rested and ready for sightseeing.
This is an easy task, thanks to the many world-renowned brands populating downtown's streets, including Hampton Inn, Ramada North, Hyatt Regency, Marriott and Hilton. These, along with more boutique hotels, provide a generous assortment of luxury rooms close to the biggest attractions such as the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and the Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Delve into Louisville's eclectic history, which takes you along the riverboat excitement of centuries past during a cruise aboard the Belle of Louisville or the Spirit of Jefferson. The birthplace of world-famous boxer Muhammad Ali, Louisville celebrates the gifted athlete's achievements at the Muhammad Ali Center.
Check into one of the city's more historic hotels such as The Samuel Culbertson Manion or the Brown Hotel, which has a 1930s-esque lobby and old English Renaissance architecture. There's also the Aleksander House B&B located in Old Louisville near beloved restaurants and buildings that speak on the architectural style of the 1800s.
Night time's a rockin' and a rollin'
Louisville may have plenty of sightseeing activities during the day, such as the Speed Art Museum, Jefferson Memorial Forest and Mall St Matthews, but there's also more than enough to see and do once the sun sets. Whether you want to wet your whistle, boogie down or enjoy entertaining performances, Louisville accommodates and then some.
You'll want a comfy bed to collapse into after a late night out. With the Embassy Suites, Drury Inn, Staybridge Suites and Wingate offering spacious rooms around town, you can choose just how far you want to be from the nightly action.