Known as ‘Bourbon City’, Louisville is home to The Brown Hotel, a striking Georgian-Revival style landmark, perfect mix of Old-World elegance and modern comfort. Welcoming visitors to Kentucky for now a century, this timeless Southern charm gem infuses nothing but refinement and hospitality.
In the southwestern part of the Bluegrass State, Paducah’s best kept secret 1895 Washington Hotel will immerse visitors into a living history museum which also appears to be a Victorian-style intimate and cozy retreat built by the descendants of George Washington’s half-brother.
Head next to Covington, at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking rivers, where Hotel Covington provides a tailored experience near the Cincinnati Riverfront, based on the combination of preserved historical buildings and modernized interiors.
Bardstown, aka the Bourbon capital of the world, is an absolute bourbon-tasting must-stop on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Guests of Bourbon Manor Bed & Breakfast will complete their Bourbon-themed experience by enjoying the 19th century-architectural character of two sumptuously restored National Historic Registry and Kentucky Landmark Plantation Homes.
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Crédit photo : The Brown Hotel, Louisville KY