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Off the Kentucky Bourbon Trail
is a review of things to do, places to stay
and honey holes to visit off the
Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

Not just another place to rest your head in Louisville

Whether you are planning an overnight trip or multiple days to visit distilleries around Louisville, to find the perfect place to rest your head, you won’t have to go too far Off the Kentucky Bourbon Trail to find the perfect place to spend the night. It was only a decade ago when Louisville suffered from a lack of options when looking for a place to stay near downtown and Museum/Whiskey Row. Today, the hotel, Airbnb, and Bed & Breakfast options are plentiful around Louisville and more and more are introducing bourbon themed experiences from their restaurants, bars, rooms, and overall culture into their extensive list of amenities.

Seelbach Hilton Louisville
500 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202
http://www.seelbachhilton.com

By far, for over the past one hundred years, the Seelbach hotel has been one of the most famous hotels in Louisville. The hotel inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald in The Great Gatsby and has been host to presidents, foreign dignitaries, and a slew of gangsters including Al Capone. The Seelbach’s distinguished history is as rich as any bourbon brand, not to mention it’s haunting tales which are sure to raise the hair on the back of your neck.

The Galt House Hotel
140 N Fourth St, Louisville, KY 40202
https://galthouse.com

Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, right on the Ohio river, the Galt House Hotel is walking distance to downtown distilleries, museums, restaurants, and the Ohio river. Once considered the premier downtown hotel, the Galt House may have been considered outdated by many however the hotel recently announced an $80 million top-to-bottom renovation, which is expected to be complete by the end of 2020.

The Brown Hotel
335 W Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
https://www.brownhotel.com

Located in Louisville’s historic downtown district, the Brown Hotel is a landmark location that represents true southern style and grace. No true bourbon experience is complete without a cocktail at the Brown and experiencing a Hot Brown made from where they first were created.

21C Museum Hotel
700 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202
https://www.21cmuseumhotels.com

Louisville’s 21C Museum Hotel combines contemporary art, farm to table dining, and some of the best bourbon to be found anywhere. Located directly on Museum Row and Whiskey Row in downtown Louisville, the 21C Museum Hotel was the first established in the acclaimed 21C brand of hotels. Combining the legacy of the building’s 19th century beginnings, the 21C is a unique experience like none other in Louisville.

Omni Hotel Louisville
400 S 2nd St, Louisville, KY 40202
https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/louisville

One of the newest hotels in downtown Louisville, the Omni Hotel Louisville peaks out above the downtown skyline and overlooks Whiskey Row. The classic and timeless Omni experience never goes out of style and combines comfort with Louisville’s rich bourbon heritage. Visit Omni’s Library bar to taste some of the finest bourbons and cocktails available anywhere.

Moxy Louisville Downtown
100 W Washington St, Louisville, KY 40202
https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/sdfox-moxy-louisville-downtown/

Louisville’s Moxy Downtown hotel embraces southern hospitality and Louisville’s fun and electric downtown atmosphere. Located right on Whiskey Row only a few feet from some of Louisville’s most iconic distilleries, restaurants, whiskey bars and nightlife, Moxy embraces Louisville’s bourbon culture and is perfect for the bourbon connoisseur or fanatic.

Hotel Distil, Autograph Collection
101 W Main St, Louisville, KY 40202
https://hoteldistil.com

The new Hotel Distil features an authentic hotel in one of Louisville’s most historic buildings directly on Whiskey Row. Home of the original J.T.S Brown & Sons Bourbon Company, Hotel Distil features finer comfort and Louisville’s southern hospitality. Hotel Distil lives up to its name by featuring Louisville’s distilling history throughout the entire experience including their premier restaurant and bar, Repeal.

Looking for a unique place to lay your head down in Louisville, get Off the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and book your stay at any of the landmark hotels or the latest new hotels located along Whiskey Row. Each of these will help elevate your bourbon experience to new levels.

 

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About Jeremy Schell
Jeremy is a Virginia native transplanted to Louisville, Kentucky in 1990. An entrepreneur and survivor of the dotcom era, he is a 25-yr. veteran of the Internet industry. Over the years, working with notable clients such as Brown-Forman, Hershey, Maker's Mark and others, he developed an affinity for drinking, collecting and talking bourbon…. and chocolate, mostly just eating it. Connect with him on Instagram @jeremyschell or visit his web site www.MyPhilosophy.com.

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