The Brown Hotel


The Brown Hotel is a Louisville legend and beloved by generations of guests for its Georgian-Revival elegance and timeless Southern charm. It anchors downtown Louisville with a firm grasp on history paired with a 21st century appreciation for hospitality, this landmark hotel at the corners of Fourth and Broadway blends breathtaking architectural features with the modern amenities and services today’s most discerning travelers expect. From exquisite event space to the city’s finest dining, the Brown infuses every experience with gentility and refinement. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Brown’s prime location offers easy access to many of Louisville’s most in-demand destinations, including the Brown Theatre (across the street), the Palace Theatre (half a block) and the Kentucky International Convention Center (seven blocks). The hotel holds the coveted AAA Four Diamond rating, a testament to its setting, service and exquisite sense of style.

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335 West Broadway
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
United States

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  • Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel
  • Complimentary 24-hour airport shuttle
  • Complimentary transportation to downtown businesses and attractions (upon availability)
  • Complimentary use of fitness center
  • Use of nearby athletic club with indoor pool (nominal fee)
  • 24-hour Business Center
  • 24-hour in-room dining
  • Concierge
  • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • Valet parking ($24 plus tax per night)
  • Self-parking ($20 plus tax per night)
  • Safe deposit boxes at front desk
  • Postal and package services
  • Luggage storage available
  • Overnight shoe shine (upon request)
  • Two restaurants, one bar 19 meeting rooms
  • Shop and Gallery at the Brown featuring sundries, special gifts, and artwork by local artisans

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