Hilton Garden Inn Louisville East

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1530 Alliant Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, 40299, United States
Hilton Garden Inn Louisville East
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
45%
67
Very Good
30%
45
Average
10%
16
Poor
8%
12
Terrible
5%
8

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples73
  • Solo86
  • Business71

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Travel Tips for Louisville

Beer to Go

by sarahandgareth

I'm not sure if the qualifies as a local custom, but we thought it was very cool. In Louisville liqour stores, you can fill your own growler of beer. Choose from one of the many beers on tap, fill it up, and your off.

This made our day even if it is only a small detail.

Cycling in Louisville

by John195123

Louisville is soon to get $3.8 million in trail improvements and new trails, thanks to the mayor's plan to get us all fit. Well, as a cyclist in Louisville, it's about time. There are a few trails one can ride, from Cherokee Park to the Waterfront Trail, totalling about 25 miles, if you ride a ways past the end of the trail. Be careful on the trail though; it goes through the rougher end of town. The Louisville Bike Club offers rides most every day. These group rides often use roads and can vary in length and difficulty but are good rides. Check out the website http://www.louisvillebicycleclub.org/vip.htm for contact information, or to join. They have a list of rides at http://www.louisvillebicycleclub.org/touring.htm. Helmets and all are required, but any level is welcome, just pick a ride that fits your style.

Hopefully the new trail system will enhance what we already have, and Louisville is becoming more cyclist-friendly, but is slow.

Photos are Copyright John Morris © 2006 and may not be used in any way. Thank you.

Shogun

by dzni about Shogun

Excellent, yet expensive food. This is the whole Japanese grill concept, where a bunch of people sit around at the grill while the chef does a little 'show' with the food. Anyway, I liked it. I didn't like the salmon sushi though.

Louisville Slugger Museum

by MatthewMetcalfe

The Louisville Slugger Museum is a Baseball Fans dream. The tour starts with a movie about baseball and slugging. After it ends, the screen goes up and doors open behind it that lead you to a clubhouse followed by a small playing field. There are a couple of rooms of museum pieces but the highlight is the factory tour.

This facility makes the bats for the major league players and the tour is pary history and part industry. The guide covers each step in making the bats along with a short video on the process. Along the way you will learn the difference between a Pro bat and the ones you buy in a store. You will also see baseball history in the making as well as pieces from baseballs past.

At the end, they'll give you a souvenir bat but be forewarned, you cannot take it on a plane. You may also order custom bats and pick them up at the factory or have them shipped if you are flying. There is also a batting cage where you can try out various sizes and weights of bats.

Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing

by V_Minx

I have not personally been to this destination, but it looks interesting.

As quoted at the website (http://www.gotolouisville.com)

A 300-acre historic site on the Ohio River southwest of downtown Louisville. The centerpiece of the site is the Farnsley-Moremen House. During the 19th century, the Ohio River was a superhighway carrying goods, people and ideas to far-flung parts of a young America. Visitors to Riverside learn about the important role the river played in the lives of the people who brought this property to life by cultivating its fields and trading on the river.

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Address: 1530 Alliant Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, 40299, United States