Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Northeast

9850 Park Plaza Place, Louisville, 40241, KY

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Overview

Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Northeast is a nice spot for families with children to go. The hotel is within 10 miles of the Howard Steamboat Museum & Mansion, Locust Grove and Louisville Slugger Field. Some other nearby attractions include the Schimpffs Confectionery and Farmington. The 3-star hotel has 135 rooms; it also has a swimming pool and fitness center. Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Northeast dining options include an onsite restaurant and room service. Taj Palace Indian Restaurant, Mark’s Feed Store Bar-B-Q and Carrabba’s Italian Grill are all family-friendly restaurants that are notable and are within 5 miles of hotel.

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Our Editor Loves

  • Comfortable
  • Excellent in every way
  • Great location

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Children Programs
  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Great Hotel, Great Location

by jcrslick

Great hotel hidden behind the Paddock Shops in Northeast Louisville. Plenty of shopping and dining within walking distance. Hotel staff is very attentive - they were able to accommodate my rooming and dining needs. Have stayed here several times for work - it is a great business hotel. I will be back.

I'd call it a Hampton Plus

by TeamW4

In town for a wedding, overall it was fine. I've failed to find any benefit to Hilton Silver. It seems to never get acknowledged or receive the illusive "two free bottles of water", this HGI was no exception. Rooms were fine, first floor preference was honored. The exercise room had nearly new equipment and worked well.

Breakfast...eh, it was tasty enough, but I've been in Hampton Inns with a larger selection. I guess I don't understand the "made to order" concept at HGI -- it's like trying to be a full service restaurant when it's not. Then the orders shift the staff's focus to making omelets, which results in no coffee and dregs of eggs for ten minutes in the regular line.

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