We booked our stay at the Galt House Hotel because of the convenience of the pedwalk to the KFC Yum Center. It ended up being better than expected with several restaurants and a 24 hour cafe. We never had to leave the hotel premises.
Linked by skywalk to the KFC Yum Center Arena, Galt House Hotel is in downtown Louisville, 1 block from the Ohio River, 4 …More
The hotel iis very nice, room was very large and well decorated, nice mattress etc. and clean. I stayed on a smoking floor, which was all that was left but I didn’t care. As others have said the smell of smoke is very strong. If you do t smoke it may bother you, so ask for a non smoking floor.
The walk to the casino is long as mentioned by others but it is not horrible. If you are in a wheel chair or have a hard time walking it would be harder, but they do have a shutttle for most of the way.
Once you reach the entrance to casino it resembles Ceasars palace in Vegas. You feel underground but you are not. It has a little shops for you to shop in.
One piece do advice...if you do smoke, bring plenty with you if you go to the casino. They are $12 per pack, yes $12 per pack. Unbelievable. I felt like I took a trip to New York to buy cigs.
Situated on a river, this spa hotel is 12.3 mi (19.8 km) from United States Marine Hospital of Louisville and 12.4 mi (19.9 …More
Pocket Guide: Jeffersonville Clarksville, IN Hotels
Clarksville, north of Louisville in the neighboring state of Indiana, is home to Falls of the Ohio State Park, which has a large collection of fossil beds from the Devonian period. Clarksville is also home to the Little Theater, one of the oldest continuously-running community theaters in the U.S. Jeffersonville, the birthplace of Papa John's Pizza, is mainly residential.