The Seelbach Hilton Louisville

500 Fourth Street LouisvilleKY40202
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Considered a premiere hotel in Kentucky, The Seelbach Hilton Louisville is located in the heart of downtown Louisville's business and entertainment district, close to Churchill Downs, Yum Center Arena, Kentucky Center for the Arts, Louisville Palace, Kentucky International Convention Center and many other area attractions with plenty of things to do.
This Golden Era landmark inspired F. Scott...
by skoosh on April 03, 2017 from skoosh

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Room only - room only

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-on site restaurant

the oakroom-

its atmosphere features hand-carved lion*s head columns

ornate wood accents and brass chandeliers that are

reminiscent of its original gentlemen*s-billiards-hall

decor originating around 1907. Our oakroom chef

continuously explores the countryside of kentucky and

the kentucky region...
by travelocity on June 11, 2011 from travelocity
Stogie Smokin':
The anteroom is reserved for cigar smokers with a variety of stogies available for purchase.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

The Oakroom Restaurant Review:
The elegant Seelbach is one of the city’s grand hotels. It opened in 1905 and has hosted the famous and the infamous, from The Duchess of York to Al Capone. F. Scott Fitzgerald stayed here and the Seelbach is mentioned by name in his signature novel, “The Great Gatsby.” The hotel’s original billiards room, paneled in dark oak, has for decades been the setting for one of Louisville’s finest...
by gayot on February 06, 2016 from gayot
Executive chef Jim Gerhardt, who established The Oakroom's reputation in the 1990s, has returned to the restaurant's kitchen, where he is ably aided by chef de cuisine Bobby Benjamin. So once again, the menu is a match for the elegant…
by Citysearch on August 09, 2012 from Citysearch
The Seelbach Hilton, Louisville Hotel Review:
This beautiful hotel is the sort of place where almost every corner has an illustrious history. Consider the Grand Ballroom, which was the inspiration for Tom and Daisy Buchanan's wedding in The Great Gatsby. Or the acclaimed The Oakwood restaurant, a former gentleman's billiard hall. Guests today can dine in the alcove, complete with two hidden doors leading to secret passages, where Al Capone...
by gayot on May 02, 2012 from gayot
Landmark luxury Baroque Beaux-Arts hotel maintains ambiance from Jazz Age when F. Scott Fitzgerald set scenes in The Great Gatsby at the hotel, and Al Capone used secret passageways to escape from police. Today's guests though, are mostly business travelers. 2009 renovations modernized rooms, common areas, without affecting character. Old Seelbach Bar offers more than 40 bourbons, (mostly to...
by blackbookmag on March 27, 2012 from blackbookmag

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by Citysearch on February 14, 2016 from Citysearch