Best Kentucky holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Kentucky
Ramada by Wyndham Lexington North Hotel & Conference CenterJust 5 miles away from downtown Lexington, this hotel features an indoor pool, complimentary breakfast and free WiFi. Free.Book now
Best Western Plus Bowling GreenThe Best Western Bowling Green is convenient to all of the area’s major attractions, including the National Corvette Museum and Beech Bend Park. Just one hour from Nashville and all of its attractions, this hotel also offers easy access to Western Kentucky University and E.A. Diddle Arena.Book now
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Bowling Green, KYThis hotel is 4 miles from downtown Bowling Green and 2 miles from the Bowling Green Regional Airport. The hotel offers an indoor pool and rooms with an iPod docking station.Book now
Omni Louisville HotelSituated in Louisville, a 4-minute walk from Kentucky International Convention Center, Omni Louisville Hotel provides accommodation with a fitness centre. Well set in the Downtown Louisville district, this hotel is located 500 metres from KFC Yum! Center. The restaurant serves steakhouse cuisine.Book now
Four Points by Sheraton Louisville AirportCentrally located in Louisville, this hotel is a 5-minute drive from Churchill Downs and Cardinal Stadium and offers an on-site restaurant and bar. It features a heated indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness centre. Complimentary WiFi is provided.Book now
Holiday homes in Kentucky: Holiday away from the big cities
Kentucky in the east of the USA best lives up to its nickname Bluegrass State in spring, when the wide grass pastures are covered with blue-green flowering plants. Your holiday home in Kentucky is set between densely wooded mountains and wide grasslands typical of this area. Get to know the family side of the USA with our holiday apartments in Kentucky. Book now Accommodation in the USA in this fascinating state!
Between Horse Racing and Whiskey Distilleries – Apartments in Kentucky
Due to the fertile soil and the wealth of coal, which is still an important economic factor today, Kentucky was a sought-after destination for European emigrants very early on. This is also reflected in today’s population figures, as more than 40% of the inhabitants look back on German, Irish or British roots. Most holiday homes in Kentucky are located in the state’s numerous small towns. Real metropolises in the American sense are missing, even the largest city – Louisville – has only 600,000 inhabitants. Today’s capital of Kentucky, Frankfort, founded by German settlers, has only 30,000 inhabitants. Here you can also visit the tomb of Daniel Boones, the historical model of the leather stocking immortalized in literature by James Fenimore Cooper. By the way, if you are lucky enough to live in a private holiday apartment in Kentucky on a clear full moon night, you should definitely take a trip to the Cumberland Falls. In the spray of the 21 metre high waterfall, an impressive moon arch forms that is unrivalled in the world. Probably one of the best arguments for an overnight stay in Kentucky.
In Kentucky experience the original American life
The state’s annual cultural highlight is the famous Kentucky Derby in early May. The race has been held in Louisville since 1875 and contributes significantly to the city’s economic upswing and growth. Even the British Queen Elizabeth II travelled to Louisville in 2007 to follow the most important equestrian event in the world. However, you should book your private apartment in Louisville with us in good time. It is not documented whether the queen tasted a glass of Kentucky whiskey on this occasion. In the numerous distilleries 90% of the global demand for bourbon is produced, which gets its special character by burning the hickory barrels intended for storage. A guided tour through one of the numerous distilleries should have a fixed place in your itinerary. A good reason, by the way, to use a private apartment in Kentucky, as public consumption of alcohol is forbidden. At the mouth of the Tennessee River into the Ohio River lies Paducah Book. The small town is named after the Chickasaw chieftain Padukah and for a long time had high strategic importance. Thus the conquest by Ulysses S. Grant on 8 September 1861 also counts to the most important victories of the general in the course of the American civil war. It would be wrong to denigrate holiday homes in Kentucky as a trip to the American province. Here you will find the other side of the United States, often unknown in our latitudes. A place where the traditions of the European immigrants are still cultivated and present everywhere. And all this embedded in numerous natural wonders, which have encouraged many settlers in their decision to build a new existence in this wonderful place. If you want to combine your stay with a trip to neighboring countries, check out our Illinois Accommodations and our Tennessee Apartments.