We fell in love with 21c Museum Hotel is a trendy boutique hotel and art museum in a former warehouse on west Main Street. It’s hard to miss as there is a 30-foot, gold replica of Michelangelo’s David on the sidewalk in front of the hotel. Even if you’re not staying at the hotel, you should stop by and take a look at the art. There are some edgy, quirky pieces that make the museum unique—like a Lincoln Continental stretch limo covered with pomegranate sequins. I love that the hotel is within easy walking distance to downtown attractions, and the rooms have a 42-inch HDTV, free high-speed Wi-Fi, and a Nespresso® coffee maker!
Her way. Whenever possible, I like to stay at properties of historical significance. The Brown Hotel in downtown Louisville is not only the birthplace of the Hot Brown, it has hosted celebrities, dignitaries, and even presidents who came to town for the Kentucky Derby. The hotel was built during prohibition, survived the Great Depression, and served as a refuge to numerous families who lost their homes in the great flood of the Ohio River in 1937. The hotel’s ornate Georgian Revival architecture and meticulous …read more