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Bowling Green, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - 3 floors, 105 rooms; 1 meeting room; Check-in: 3:00 PM; Check-out: 12:00 PM; Pet policy: guide dogs only; Complimentary parking.
Louisville, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - Red Roof Louisville SE is off the I-264 at Newburg Road, six miles southeast of downtown Louisville, and approximately four miles from Louisville International
Louisville, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - The Seelbach Hilton Louisville is located seven miles from the Louisville International Airport.
Mount Sterling, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - This Ramada Hotel is located off of I-64, Exit 110, and is approximately 41 miles from Blue Grass Airport.
Paducah, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - This property is approximately five miles from Barkley Regional Airport.
West Liberty, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - The Days Inn West Liberty hotel is located off Highway 519, on the hill above McDonaldï¿½ï¿½ï¿½s and is convenient to area attractions.
Bowling Green, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - The Hilton Garden Inn Bowling Green is two miles away from Western Kentucky University.
Franklin, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - The Holiday Inn Express Suites Franklin is conveniently located at I-65, Exit 2. The hotel is only a dayï¿½s drive from Chicago and the Gulf of Mexico, making
Somerset, Kentucky Hotels & Resorts - The Hotel Holiday Inn Express Suites Somerset is located off US 27 and surrounded by a variety of attractions.
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Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a mountain climbing adventure, or an educational experience, you can find it all in Kentucky. Every year, on the first Saturday in May, visitors come from around the world to watch the Kentucky Derby in Louisville. The Kentucky Derby is the biggest horse sporting event in the country, bringing together celebrities and racing enthusiasts to cheer on the horses as they make a “run for the roses.”
When planning your Kentucky travels, be sure to pencil in a walk down the famed Kentucky Bourbon Trail and tour one of the official Kentucky bourbon distilleries. With its Southern charm, Kentucky hosts many folk arts and craft festivals throughout the summer months. Finally, Kentucky is the birthplace of bluegrass music; so during your stay, be sure to check out one of the many bluegrass festivals that play in the state.
Many people plan their Kentucky travels around the State’s popular agritourism industry, which brings visitors to Kentucky wine country and family owned farms and allows visitors to learn about the businesses. After a long day of tours and outdoor adventures, don’t forget to sit down and enjoy some famous Kentucky BBQ or Kentucky Fried Chicken.
If you are looking for some rest and relaxation after your long days of traveling, stay in one of the many inns in central Kentucky or a cottage in the Appalachian Mountains. You can even rent a houseboat on one of Kentucky’s many lakes and spend quality time with friends and family, out on the water.
What are you waiting for? Come and enjoy a Kentucky vacation!