THE BROWN HOTEL, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY FINEST
Kentucky state always seemed very authentic and natural to us. Last year we’ve visited its horse capital of the world, city of Lexington. This time, we decided to explore its famous western city, Louisville. Bourbon heritage can be felt everywhere and while staying for a weekend, we were looking for a true land mark accommodation. The Brown Hotel Louisville is one of the nicest places to stay from all Louisville Kentucky hotels. Check their website here. With prime location, it’s conveniently corners Fourth and Broadway and features breathtaking architectural design and modern amenities.
CITY OF LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY
Not many of you realize that long distance travel in US is actually fun and easy task. For example if you live in Florida and decide to visit Louisville Kentucky, it will take you only 12 hours to get there. Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city. It was founded in 1778 and since then became a big manufacturing and shipping hub due to its central location.
Louisville Kentucky has its own premier dining and entertainment destination – famous 4th street. Located in the heart of downtown, 4th street is hosting dozens of festivals, fitness classes, concerts, and premier events each year. Unlike many other cities, Louisville Kentucky has a very distinct charm and vibrant charisma. Visit it yourself and experience Kentucky at its finest.
Another thing that differentiates good destination from “just another one” are quality accommodations. Most of Louisville hotels are conveniently located around downtown. New and minimalistic, or fancy with authentic designs, they all are part of city’s distinct downtown fell and charm.
Considering the cityscape, we wanted to find a unique and original accommodation place that stands apart from the rest Louisville hotels. After extensive research we decided to stay at The Brown Hotel, a true Louisville hotels legend!
THE BROWN HOTEL LOUISVILLE
The Brown Hotel Louisville opened in 1923. Interesting fact that David Lloyd George, former Prime Minister of Great Britain was the first person to sign the guest register. With 293 guest rooms 3 restaurants and around 30,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space The Brown Hotel Louisville is a landmark of its own.
Upon arrival we were amazed with interior rich beauty. Skillfully decorated ceilings and huge floor vases delivers exceptional feel. Did you know that 95% of the world’s bourbon is born in Kentucky? The Brown Hotel Louisville takes it to the next level with unique bourbon tastings. And even more, The Brown Hotel is the premier address on the Urban Bourbon Trail.