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Condo in Louisville
Modern 1 BR Downtown | Free Parking | EV Charger
The Theatre Building is a beautifully renovated Art Deco building listed on the Historical Register located next to the Palace Theater. You will enjoy easy access to all of downtown from our central location for fun or work. The unit has its own dedicated high speed (300MB) wi-fi connection, HDTV w/cable & streaming apps, as well as 1 FREE off-street, hotel garage parking space. There are numerous entertainment, shopping, dining and bourbon tasting options available within a short walk.
$67 per night
Loft in Central Business District
Derby City Loft - Free downtown parking!
If this loft is booked, please check out my other listings.. Spacious 900 sq. ft. loft located in the heart of downtown Louisville. Walking distance to shops, restaurants, bars and 1 block from 4th Street Live! You'll be 4 blocks from the YUM! Center, 2 blocks from the Kentucky International Convention Center, and less than 10 minutes from Churchill Downs! Free parking in a secured parking garage!
$132 per night
Apartment in Butchertown
The Point at Story and Frankfort Avenue
Brand Spankin New to Airbnb!! Unit is a spacious and completely renovated one bedroom (king) apartment. Very close to downtown with tons of options for local restaurants, breweries, bourbon tours and bars. Building is located in the heart of Butchertown right down the street from the new Botanical gardens, Nulu, walking bridge and soccer stadium.
$71 per night

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Louisville?

    Louisville has a humid subtropical climate, with hot, humid summers that average around 88°F (31°C), and cool winters with temperatures around 43°F (6°C). The city receives moderate rainfall throughout the year and occasional snow in winter.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Louisville?

    In Louisville, tourists often delight in exploring the city's arts scene, visiting museums, and strolling in its beautiful parks. The city also has a vibrant food scene, and exploring its diverse restaurants and cafes is a popular activity.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Louisville?

    The period between April and October is often recommended for a visit to Louisville. Springtime sees the city bloom with the Kentucky Derby, while the fall offers the St. James Court Art Show. However, the city also has events year-round, such as the winter Festival of Trees & Lights.

  • What are the best places to stay in Louisville?

    Travelers often choose to stay in Downtown Louisville for its proximity to attractions, restaurants, and shops. The Highlands neighborhood is known for its vibrant arts scene, while Old Louisville is admired for its Victorian architecture.

  • What are the best places to visit in Louisville?

    Visitors often explore the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, view the artworks at the Speed Art Museum, or delve into history at the Muhammad Ali Center. The Waterfront Park is also a popular site, providing relaxing views of the Ohio River.

  • What are some hiking trails in Louisville?

    Explorers in Louisville can embrace the outdoors along trails like the Louisville Loop, a 100-mile (160 km) multi-use trail, or the scenic paths in Cherokee Park. The Iroquois Park Hill path is also frequently suggested, offering panoramic views of the city.

  • What are some family activities to do in Louisville?

    Families in Louisville can relish a visit to the Louisville Zoo, explore interactive exhibits at the Kentucky Science Center, or have an adventure at the Louisville Mega Cavern. The Frazier History Museum is also a frequently suggested destination for families.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Louisville?

    Day trips from Louisville often include a visit to the historic town of Bardstown, an exploration of the Mammoth Cave National Park, or a journey to the Red River Gorge. The charming town of Madison, Indiana, also just an hour's drive away, is frequently suggested.

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in Louisville?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 1,910 vacation rentals in Louisville featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals in Louisville?

    Four-legged friends are welcome in Louisville. Choose from more than 1,080 vacation rentals for guests traveling with pets.

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Stay near Louisville's top sights

Churchill Downs544 locals recommend
Louisville Mega Cavern136 locals recommend
Louisville Zoo200 locals recommend
Kentucky Exposition Center42 locals recommend
Fourth Street Live!229 locals recommend
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory441 locals recommend

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