LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Nov. 7, 2017) – Omni Louisville Hotel, the city’s tallest, most luxurious, full-service hotel is now taking online reservations. Whether you’re a Kentucky Bourbon Trail traveler, a couple planning a romantic weekend anniversary or entrepreneur scouting Louisville as a business location, you can now book your room directly on Omni Louisville’s website, which launched this morning.
“You know you are really ‘open for business’ when guests can start planning their trips and reserving their rooms,” said Scott Stuckey, Omni Louisville general manager. “We’ve been watching the building take shape on the skyline for more than a year, but this is when it starts getting real. It gives you a new sense of urgency when you know guests are on the way.”
Omni Louisville will feature more than 20 authentic experiences to both hotel guests and locals – including a deluxe spa. Similarly, because Louisville enjoys a growing international reputation as a culinary leader, Omni Louisville will naturally feature a wide-array of food and beverage outlets. From “food truck tacos” to locally roasted coffee, to upscale dining inside and out, the hotel will feature fine local, national and international brands, including:
Bob’s Steak & Chop House
A nationally renowned steak house specializing in the finest corn-fed, Midwestern prime beef, “the kind of fare you’ll want to go back for again and again,” according to Bon Appétit.
A modern rustic environment serving upscale comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner by renowned chef Nick Badovinus, with both indoor and outdoor dining.
A stylish, but casual atmosphere offering fresh, locally inspired cocktails.
Pin + Proof (Speakeasy w/ bowling lanes)
A refined, prohibition-style bar with vintage cocktails and bowling.
Falls City Market
A dynamic urban market and food hall combining the energy and local feel of a street market, with the warmth and familiarity of a Heine Brothers coffee/espresso house, and Iron Quarter, a beer growler bar serving signature Neapolitan pizzas and beer on tap, all within the confines of a high end grocery and retail market. The market will boast an indoor entry from the hotel and an outdoor access point from the street. It will feature a flower shop, wine shop, as well as offering restaurant choices and groceries. It is sure to become a favorite stop for downtown residents and workers as well as hotel guests.
While the website launch is the first opportunity for transient bookings, meeting planners have been able to reserve blocks of rooms for events since March of 2016. As such, more than 115,000 room nights are already spoken for, mostly in 2018-19.
“Event organizers and meeting planners love the amenities that Omni Louisville will offer – and we expect the same enthusiasm for leisure and business travelers,” said Stuckey. “A reservation at Omni Louisville is going to be the first step for many exciting trips, memorable weekends and conventions and great memories.”
Rates vary depending on room type and season, but outside of Derby and other citywide events, they currently start at $159 per night for a deluxe room with one or two beds.
Situated one block from the Kentucky International Convention Center in the heart of downtown, the new Omni Louisville Hotel is designed with intersecting towers that represent the crossroads of the past, present and future of Louisville. Considered the tallest hotel in town, and inspired by the city’s rich history and authentic character, the Omni Louisville Hotel will transform one of the city’s most significant urban blocks into a unique and vibrant mixed-use development offering hotel guests, residents and locals the ability connect and enjoy the best the city has to offer.